Friday, September 27, 2013

The President of the Gambia Says that Homosexuality is One of the Three Greatest Dangers to the World

Speaking at the opening session of the United Nations General Assembly, Al Hadji Yahya A.J.J. Jemmeh, the President of The Gambia, today identified the three biggest threats to human existence:

  • excessive greed and addiction to material wealth, mostly through violent or immoral schemes;
  • obsession with world domination, including the resolve to use nuclear, biological and chemical weapons; and,
  • "homosexuality in all its forms and manifestations, which though very evil, anti-human as well as anti-Allah; is being promoted as a human right."

The Gambian President said that all living things needed to reproduce for posterity and would become extinct when they could no longer reproduce. He also said that any person promoting the end of human reproduction was promoting human extinction. 

How can we say this nicely?  His remarks are undoubtedly the low point of this week's addresses to the United Nations.  

(mew)

 

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