Museveni also told CNN that the West should not force its beliefs onto Ugandans."Respect African societies and their values," he said. "If you don't agree, just keep quiet. Let us manage our society, then we will see. If we are wrong, we shall find out by ourselves, just the way we don't interfere with yours."He also said Westerners brought homosexuality to his country, corrupting society by teaching Ugandans about homosexuality. The West has also helped make children at schools homosexual by funding groups that spread homosexuality, he said.Attitudes against homosexuality are prevalent in Uganda. A 2013 report from Pew Research found that 96% of Ugandans believe society should not accept homosexuality.Thirty-eight African countries have made homosexuality illegal. Most sodomy laws there were introduced during colonialism.Even before Museveni signed the bill into law, homosexual acts were punishable by 14 years to life in prison.read more: http://www.cnn.com/2014/02/24/world/africa/uganda-homosexuality-interview/index.html?hpt=hp_t2
_________________SI Moderator - Greg Gordon
What a brave man to stand up for the truth against all the dictatorship of so called "tolerance" Even Putin shows more sense in this respect than all the western leaders.We had these laws in the west for ages and now they suddenly become outdated by a redefinition of marriage and morality itself. A post like this could soon bring us into great frouble. Greg, please keep our site safe.