you getting lock up for being a homo in Uganda!

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President Museveni Agrees to Sign Tough Anti-gay Measure
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The bill was first introduced in 2009 and initially proposed a death sentence for homosexual acts, but was amended to prescribe jail terms and life for what it called aggravated homosexuality. The anti-homosexuality bill was passed by the Ugandan parliament in December. Homosexuality is taboo in African countries and illegal in 37 countries. Activists say few Africans are openly gay, fearing imprisonment, violence and loss of their jobs.

Uganda signs anti-gay law
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News: Ugandan president signs anti-gay law AFP Aljazeera.com ‎- 8 hours ago Uganda's president has signed a controversial anti-gay bill that allows harsh penalties for "homosexual offences", calling them "mercenaries".


Uganda's Anti-gay Bill Signed into Law
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President Museveni defying significant international pressure to sign tough anti-homosexuality measures into law. People found guilty of practicing so-called 'aggravated homosexuality' can now be handed a lifetime jail sentence and first time offenders can be punished with 14 years in jail.


Museveni Hits Back at the West over Anti-Gay Law
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Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has hit back at Western nations over their threats to cut ties with the country over a bill criminalising homosexuality. Recently U.S. President Barack Obama condemned the proposed move by Uganda's President, warning that such a move would alter US relations with Uganda.Michael Baleke has this report from Kampala.
 

notorious saga

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Uganda tabloid prints list of 'top' homosexuals

KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) - A Ugandan newspaper published a list Tuesday of what it called the country's "200 top" homosexuals, outing some Ugandans who previously had not identified themselves as gay one day after the president enacted a harsh anti-gay law.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday's signing of the bill by President Yoweri Museveni marked "a tragic day for Uganda and for all who care about the cause of human rights" and warned that Washington could cut aid to the government of the East African nation.
"Now that this law has been enacted, we are beginning an internal review of our relationship with the Government of Uganda to ensure that all dimensions of our engagement, including assistance programs, uphold our anti-discrimination policies and principles and reflect our values," Kerry said in a statement.
The Red Pepper tabloid published the names - and some pictures - in a front-page story under the headline: "EXPOSED!"
The list included prominent Ugandan gay activists such as Pepe Julian Onziema, who has repeatedly warned that Uganda's new anti-gay law could spark violence against homosexuals. There was a popular Ugandan hip-hop star as well as a Catholic priest.
Few Ugandans identify themselves as gay, and the tabloid's publication of alleged homosexuals recalled a similar list published in 2011 by a now-defunct tabloid that called for the execution of gays. A Ugandan judge later condemned the outing of homosexuals in a country where gays face severe discrimination, saying it amounted to an invasion of privacy. A prominent Ugandan gay activist was killed after that list came out, and activists said at the time that they believed David Kato was targeted because of his work promoting gay rights in Uganda.
The new law punishes gay sex with up to life in jail - a measure criticized as draconian in a country where homosexuality already had been criminalized. The bill originally proposed the death penalty for "aggravated homosexuality," defined as repeated gay sex between consenting adults and acts involving a minor, a disabled person or where one partner is infected with HIV. The law also calls for first-time offenders to be sentenced to 14 years in jail.
In signing the bill, Museveni said the measure is needed because the West is promoting homosexuality in Africa, rejecting international criticism of the law as interference in Uganda's internal affairs. Museveni accused "arrogant and careless Western groups" of trying to recruit Ugandan children into homosexuality, but he did not name these purported groups.
Ugandan police spokesman Patrick Onyango said on Tuesday thatno homosexuals have been arrested since Museveni signed the bill but that at least two had been taken into custody since lawmakers passed the bill last December.
Onziema, the gay activist, said he had counted up to six arrests and that more than a dozen Ugandan homosexuals had fled the country since December over safety concerns.
Homosexuality has long been criminalized in Uganda under a colonial-era law that outlawed sex acts "against the order of nature."
Some Ugandan lawyers and activists have said they will challenge the law in court as unconstitutional and impossible to implement.
Nicholas Opiyo, a Ugandan lawyer who runs a rights watchdog group called Chapter Four, predicted Tuesday that it make life worse for Ugandan gays.
"The enactment of the anti-homosexuality bill has only emboldened the ... population in their rejection of anybody perceived to be gay or even friendly to gays," he said. "These things are going to continue. They are going to get more frequent."
The Ugandan law - which came just over a month after Nigeria passed a similar measure against gays - has been condemned around the world, although it is widely popular among Ugandans.
U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay warned that the law would institutionalize discrimination and could encourage harassment and violence against gays.
 

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Uganda tabloid prints list of 'top' homosexuals

KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) - A Ugandan newspaper published a list Tuesday of what it called the country's "200 top" homosexuals, outing some Ugandans who previously had not identified themselves as gay one day after the president enacted a harsh anti-gay law.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday's signing of the bill by President Yoweri Museveni marked "a tragic day for Uganda and for all who care about the cause of human rights" and warned that Washington could cut aid to the government of the East African nation.
"Now that this law has been enacted, we are beginning an internal review of our relationship with the Government of Uganda to ensure that all dimensions of our engagement, including assistance programs, uphold our anti-discrimination policies and principles and reflect our values," Kerry said in a statement.
The Red Pepper tabloid published the names - and some pictures - in a front-page story under the headline: "EXPOSED!"
The list included prominent Ugandan gay activists such as Pepe Julian Onziema, who has repeatedly warned that Uganda's new anti-gay law could spark violence against homosexuals. There was a popular Ugandan hip-hop star as well as a Catholic priest.
Few Ugandans identify themselves as gay, and the tabloid's publication of alleged homosexuals recalled a similar list published in 2011 by a now-defunct tabloid that called for the execution of gays. A Ugandan judge later condemned the outing of homosexuals in a country where gays face severe discrimination, saying it amounted to an invasion of privacy. A prominent Ugandan gay activist was killed after that list came out, and activists said at the time that they believed David Kato was targeted because of his work promoting gay rights in Uganda.
The new law punishes gay sex with up to life in jail - a measure criticized as draconian in a country where homosexuality already had been criminalized. The bill originally proposed the death penalty for "aggravated homosexuality," defined as repeated gay sex between consenting adults and acts involving a minor, a disabled person or where one partner is infected with HIV. The law also calls for first-time offenders to be sentenced to 14 years in jail.
In signing the bill, Museveni said the measure is needed because the West is promoting homosexuality in Africa, rejecting international criticism of the law as interference in Uganda's internal affairs. Museveni accused "arrogant and careless Western groups" of trying to recruit Ugandan children into homosexuality, but he did not name these purported groups.
Ugandan police spokesman Patrick Onyango said on Tuesday thatno homosexuals have been arrested since Museveni signed the bill but that at least two had been taken into custody since lawmakers passed the bill last December.
Onziema, the gay activist, said he had counted up to six arrests and that more than a dozen Ugandan homosexuals had fled the country since December over safety concerns.
Homosexuality has long been criminalized in Uganda under a colonial-era law that outlawed sex acts "against the order of nature."
Some Ugandan lawyers and activists have said they will challenge the law in court as unconstitutional and impossible to implement.
Nicholas Opiyo, a Ugandan lawyer who runs a rights watchdog group called Chapter Four, predicted Tuesday that it make life worse for Ugandan gays.
"The enactment of the anti-homosexuality bill has only emboldened the ... population in their rejection of anybody perceived to be gay or even friendly to gays," he said. "These things are going to continue. They are going to get more frequent."
The Ugandan law - which came just over a month after Nigeria passed a similar measure against gays - has been condemned around the world, although it is widely popular among Ugandans.
U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay warned that the law would institutionalize discrimination and could encourage harassment and violence against gays.
See now that's what happens when you sign such a law. The hounds have been released. Those people better get the phuck outta there lickitysplit!

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/uganda-paper-publishes-200-top-homos-article-1.1701098
 

TTCLIFEMEMBER

everyday working man
No surprise since Uganda isn't really known for its' "peaceful and tolerate society." I guess they need another reason to be violent because wars in the Congo, in South Sudan, and internally just weren't providing enough reasons to kill.

I'm curious if the western nations are going to be offering asylum to the homosexuals in Ugandans and consider them as refugees. One poster in here said that the western governments were just bad talking against Uganda to sound politically correct and I am inclined to believe that if they are not going to help these people out of Uganda when they are well aware of the fact that these people will be attacked and often killed.
 

Oneshot

where de crix
No surprise since Uganda isn't really known for its' "peaceful and tolerate society." I guess they need another reason to be violent because wars in the Congo, in South Sudan, and internally just weren't providing enough reasons to kill.

I'm curious if the western nations are going to be offering asylum to the homosexuals in Ugandans and consider them as refugees. One poster in here said that the western governments were just bad talking against Uganda to sound politically correct and I am inclined to believe that if they are not going to help these people out of Uganda when they are well aware of the fact that these people will be attacked and often killed.
western countries should only talk, and on an humanitarian level allow asylum for some people, ultimately it is a decision that needs to be managed by the country's government and courts.

but like you said earlier it is just a matter of time before the focus is moved from homosexuality to include some minority group in uganda, and label them as evil.
 

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Uganda tabloid prints list of 'top' homosexuals

KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) - A Ugandan newspaper published a list Tuesday of what it called the country's "200 top" homosexuals, outing some Ugandans who previously had not identified themselves as gay one day after the president enacted a harsh anti-gay law.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday's signing of the bill by President Yoweri Museveni marked "a tragic day for Uganda and for all who care about the cause of human rights" and warned that Washington could cut aid to the government of the East African nation.
"Now that this law has been enacted, we are beginning an internal review of our relationship with the Government of Uganda to ensure that all dimensions of our engagement, including assistance programs, uphold our anti-discrimination policies and principles and reflect our values," Kerry said in a statement.
The Red Pepper tabloid published the names - and some pictures - in a front-page story under the headline: "EXPOSED!"
The list included prominent Ugandan gay activists such as Pepe Julian Onziema, who has repeatedly warned that Uganda's new anti-gay law could spark violence against homosexuals. There was a popular Ugandan hip-hop star as well as a Catholic priest.
Few Ugandans identify themselves as gay, and the tabloid's publication of alleged homosexuals recalled a similar list published in 2011 by a now-defunct tabloid that called for the execution of gays. A Ugandan judge later condemned the outing of homosexuals in a country where gays face severe discrimination, saying it amounted to an invasion of privacy. A prominent Ugandan gay activist was killed after that list came out, and activists said at the time that they believed David Kato was targeted because of his work promoting gay rights in Uganda.
The new law punishes gay sex with up to life in jail - a measure criticized as draconian in a country where homosexuality already had been criminalized. The bill originally proposed the death penalty for "aggravated homosexuality," defined as repeated gay sex between consenting adults and acts involving a minor, a disabled person or where one partner is infected with HIV. The law also calls for first-time offenders to be sentenced to 14 years in jail.
In signing the bill, Museveni said the measure is needed because the West is promoting homosexuality in Africa, rejecting international criticism of the law as interference in Uganda's internal affairs. Museveni accused "arrogant and careless Western groups" of trying to recruit Ugandan children into homosexuality, but he did not name these purported groups.
Ugandan police spokesman Patrick Onyango said on Tuesday thatno homosexuals have been arrested since Museveni signed the bill but that at least two had been taken into custody since lawmakers passed the bill last December.
Onziema, the gay activist, said he had counted up to six arrests and that more than a dozen Ugandan homosexuals had fled the country since December over safety concerns.
Homosexuality has long been criminalized in Uganda under a colonial-era law that outlawed sex acts "against the order of nature."
Some Ugandan lawyers and activists have said they will challenge the law in court as unconstitutional and impossible to implement.
Nicholas Opiyo, a Ugandan lawyer who runs a rights watchdog group called Chapter Four, predicted Tuesday that it make life worse for Ugandan gays.
"The enactment of the anti-homosexuality bill has only emboldened the ... population in their rejection of anybody perceived to be gay or even friendly to gays," he said. "These things are going to continue. They are going to get more frequent."
The Ugandan law - which came just over a month after Nigeria passed a similar measure against gays - has been condemned around the world, although it is widely popular among Ugandans.
U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay warned that the law would institutionalize discrimination and could encourage harassment and violence against gays.

This gonna be like the McCarthyism witch hunts
 

TTCLIFEMEMBER

everyday working man
western countries should only talk, and on an humanitarian level allow asylum for some people, ultimately it is a decision that needs to be managed by the country's government and courts.

but like you said earlier it is just a matter of time before the focus is moved from homosexuality to include some minority group in uganda, and label them as evil.
Indeed. I'm not saying they should go into Uganda and force them to change their laws (though part of me wishes they would because this law is beyond pointless and stupid) because we know it will just be another example of the West not respecting the sovereignty of other nations. I do believe that if they are so big on condemning homophobia, they should be providing asylums for potential victims of homophobic attacks. Unfortunately, history tells me that the West are excellent at condemning other countries but they don't do well at actually saving people BEFORE the mayhem occurs.
 

Oneshot

where de crix
Indeed. I'm not saying they should go into Uganda and force them to change their laws (though part of me wishes they would because this law is beyond pointless and stupid) because we know it will just be another example of the West not respecting the sovereignty of other nations. I do believe that if they are so big on condemning homophobia, they should be providing asylums for potential victims of homophobic attacks. Unfortunately, history tells me that the West are excellent at condemning other countries but they don't do well at actually saving people BEFORE the mayhem occurs.
to be honest it is not their responsibility, if Ugandan government wants to stoke a civil war thats up to them.
 

mz_JazE

Southern Belle
Uganda tabloid prints list of 'top' homosexuals

KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) - A Ugandan newspaper published a list Tuesday of what it called the country's "200 top" homosexuals, outing some Ugandans who previously had not identified themselves as gay one day after the president enacted a harsh anti-gay law.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday's signing of the bill by President Yoweri Museveni marked "a tragic day for Uganda and for all who care about the cause of human rights" and warned that Washington could cut aid to the government of the East African nation.
"Now that this law has been enacted, we are beginning an internal review of our relationship with the Government of Uganda to ensure that all dimensions of our engagement, including assistance programs, uphold our anti-discrimination policies and principles and reflect our values," Kerry said in a statement.
The Red Pepper tabloid published the names - and some pictures - in a front-page story under the headline: "EXPOSED!"
The list included prominent Ugandan gay activists such as Pepe Julian Onziema, who has repeatedly warned that Uganda's new anti-gay law could spark violence against homosexuals. There was a popular Ugandan hip-hop star as well as a Catholic priest.
Few Ugandans identify themselves as gay, and the tabloid's publication of alleged homosexuals recalled a similar list published in 2011 by a now-defunct tabloid that called for the execution of gays. A Ugandan judge later condemned the outing of homosexuals in a country where gays face severe discrimination, saying it amounted to an invasion of privacy. A prominent Ugandan gay activist was killed after that list came out, and activists said at the time that they believed David Kato was targeted because of his work promoting gay rights in Uganda.
The new law punishes gay sex with up to life in jail - a measure criticized as draconian in a country where homosexuality already had been criminalized. The bill originally proposed the death penalty for "aggravated homosexuality," defined as repeated gay sex between consenting adults and acts involving a minor, a disabled person or where one partner is infected with HIV. The law also calls for first-time offenders to be sentenced to 14 years in jail.
In signing the bill, Museveni said the measure is needed because the West is promoting homosexuality in Africa, rejecting international criticism of the law as interference in Uganda's internal affairs. Museveni accused "arrogant and careless Western groups" of trying to recruit Ugandan children into homosexuality, but he did not name these purported groups.
Ugandan police spokesman Patrick Onyango said on Tuesday thatno homosexuals have been arrested since Museveni signed the bill but that at least two had been taken into custody since lawmakers passed the bill last December.
Onziema, the gay activist, said he had counted up to six arrests and that more than a dozen Ugandan homosexuals had fled the country since December over safety concerns.
Homosexuality has long been criminalized in Uganda under a colonial-era law that outlawed sex acts "against the order of nature."
Some Ugandan lawyers and activists have said they will challenge the law in court as unconstitutional and impossible to implement.
Nicholas Opiyo, a Ugandan lawyer who runs a rights watchdog group called Chapter Four, predicted Tuesday that it make life worse for Ugandan gays.
"The enactment of the anti-homosexuality bill has only emboldened the ... population in their rejection of anybody perceived to be gay or even friendly to gays," he said. "These things are going to continue. They are going to get more frequent."
The Ugandan law - which came just over a month after Nigeria passed a similar measure against gays - has been condemned around the world, although it is widely popular among Ugandans.
U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay warned that the law would institutionalize discrimination and could encourage harassment and violence against gays.
:eek:
 

Socapro

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A group of prominent Ugandan scholars, lawmakers and gay rights activists have dragged the government to the Constitutional Court over the enactment of the Anti-Homosexuality law. The group contends that the law violates key human rights provisions enshrined in the Constitution. Solomon Serwanjja has more....

Uganda: Gay activists challenge act in court
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Socapro

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Here is some latest news from Uganda.

Anti-Gay prayers; Museveni: "Uganda doesn't need donor aid."
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President Yoweri Museveni has condemned western countries for allegedly attacking African culture, accusing them of attempting to give orders to African leaders.
Museveni made the comments at the National Thanksgiving prayers by the Inter-religious Council to celebrate the passing into law the Anti-Homosexuality bill.

Uganda's President backs new anti-gay law
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March. 31 - During a rally with supporters, Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni voices his approval of a harsh new anti-gay law. Jillian Kitchener reports.

Uganda Anti-gay Law Celebrations
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Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni says there will be no repeal of the country's new anti-gay laws. That is despite the threat by Western donors that they'll cut aid. Museveni was addressing a rally called to celebrate the new legislation. CCTV's Allan Cheror reports.
 
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DiTriniempress

Guest
Socapro did you not bump another anti gay thread yesterday???? Do you sit down searching gay news or something? LOL seriously just come out and tell imix you are a self hating buller it won't shock anyone at this point.
 

Socapro

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Socapro did you not bump another anti gay thread yesterday???? Do you sit down searching gay news or something? LOL seriously just come out and tell imix you are a self hating buller it won't shock anyone at this point.
This is the problem with some of you childish fools who post to this forum. You want to try to control what other folk’s post, have little to contribute and regularly try to get personal with folks you have never met and who you will probably never have the privilege of meeting in your seemingly sad pathetic lives.

Anyway I don't care much for your childish opinion as this is the latest news that has been featured on many television networks this week. I guess most of the Africans and other Black folks who I know in London who have been following and discussing this story this week are all self hating bullers too based on your dotish childish opinion.

Sometimes it is better not to comment if you have nothing intelligent to contribute on the topic and try to refrain from the childish personal attacks which don’t really make you look too intelligent.
Sooner or later a fool like you will realize that your childish personal attacks don't bother me and it won't stop me from posting the latest news on a topic that is of interest once I am not breaking any forum rules.
 
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DiTriniempress

Guest
This is the problem with some of you childish fools who post to this forum. You want to try to control what other folk’s post, have little to contribute and regularly try to get personal with folks you have never met and who you will probably never have the privilege of meeting in your seemingly sad pathetic lives.

Anyway I don't care much for your childish opinion as this is the latest news that has been featured on many television networks this week. I guess most of the Africans and other Black folks who I know in London who have been following and discussing this story this week are all self hating bullers too based on your dotish childish opinion.

Sometimes it is better not to comment if you have nothing intelligent to contribute on the topic and try to refrain from the childish personal attacks which don’t really make you look too intelligent.
Sooner or later a fool like you will realize that your childish personal attacks don't bother me and it won't stop me from posting the latest news on a topic that is of interest once I am not breaking any forum rules.
Socapro people have posted numerous "intelligent" facts on imix to you with this anti gay hate thing and you still continue with the same backwards stuff and ignore it why? oh right because you don't listen even when someone is being factual or telling you something intelligent so it really doesn't matter. The truth is gays always existed in Africa and children with gay parents come out just fine and most of the time straight. Yes accept it. Yes we know they cannot have children naturally DUHH!! Gays are a minority of the population and you cannot make anyone gay. I'm friends with a few gays both male and female and I'm not gay or feel bisexual. You're just so obsessed that its hilarious..thats all lol. The most insecure so called straight male on imix.
 

Socapro

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Socapro people have posted numerous "intelligent" facts on imix to you with this anti gay hate thing and you still continue with the same backwards stuff and ignore it why? oh right because you don't listen even when someone is being factual or telling you something intelligent so it really doesn't matter. The truth is gays always existed in Africa and children with gay parents come out just fine and most of the time straight. Yes accept it. Yes we know they cannot have children naturally DUHH!! Gays are a minority of the population and you cannot make anyone gay. I'm friends with a few gays both male and female and I'm not gay or feel bisexual. You're just so obsessed that its hilarious..thats all lol. The most insecure so called straight male on imix.
Don't care for your opinion as you don't come over to me as too intelligent.

I simply posted a latest news update that is relevant to the topic of this thread.
My opinion has nothing to do with the news item I posted and you need to realise that everyone has their own opinion on this issue and to learn to live with that fact like I do.

Here is another item and btw I have have posted videos giving opinions on this issue in Uganda from both sides of the equation but you are obviously not intelligent or observant enough to realize that.

And btw I post news on many topics on this forum but this seems to be the only topic you have interest in that causes you to make a post which is not really my problem.

Activist fights Uganda's anti gay law -Cnn News Latest
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DiTriniempress

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Don't care for your opinion as you don't come over to me as too intelligent.

I simply posted a latest news update that is relevant to the topic of this thread. My opinion has nothing to do with the news item I posted and you need to realise that everyone has their own opinion on this issue and to learn to live with that fact.

Here is another item and btw have have posted videos giving opinions on this issue in Uganda from both sides of the equation but you are obviously not intelligent or observant enough to realize that.

Here is another video on the topic, it is the news and I post news on many topics on this forum but this seems to be the only topic you have interest in that causes you to make a post which is not my problem.

Activist fights Uganda's anti gay law -Cnn News Latest
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lol Socapro kill yourself. People that are always quick to talk about intelligence never have it themselves and you certainly sound jacko most of the time. Reposting from google doesn't make you intelligent. I don't have to or go on internet chatting forums like this to show anonymous people that I'm intelligent.
 

Socapro

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lol Socapro kill yourself. People that are always quick to talk about intelligence never have it themselves and you certainly sound jacko most of the time. Reposting from google doesn't make you intelligent. I don't have to or go on internet chatting forums like this to show anonymous people that I'm intelligent.
As I said before if you had any intelligence you would have worked out that I have posted news on this story from both sides of the equation rather than you foolishly trying to condemn me for posting on this topic and calling me childish names which is more of a reflection of your limited brain power.

And once again I post on many topics on this forum but this seems to be the only topic that holds your interest which is more a reflection of your personal interest and obsession than mines.
 
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