In July, President Obama visited his historic homeland of Kenya and took an opportunity to promote homosexuality and radical feminism.
Obama made a speech in front of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and demanded that Africa end discrimination against homosexuals.
Kneyatta called it a “nonissue” and said he was more interested in better healthcare, education and economics.
“There are some things we must admit we don’t share, [that] our culture, our societies don’t accept (homosexuality is against the law in Kenya),” Kenyatta said. “It’s very difficult for us to be able to impose on people that which they themselves do not accept.”
Vincent Kidaha, founder of the Kenyan Republican Liberty Party, a conservative party, said Obama had disrespected his country when he spoke at length about homosexual rights. Kidaha’s group wants legislation to impose life imprisonment for those who voluntarily engage in homosexual sex, and death by stoning for foreigners who “propagate” homosexual rights in Kenya.
Obama, whose ties outside America seem stronger than his feelings for the United States, wants homosexuality to have free reign all over the world. With the help of the liberal U.S. Supreme Court, he has managed to denigrate marriage in all 50 states.
Now he wants to export his liberalism and socialism to Africa, his home continent.
The trouble is that both the Christians and the Muslims in Kenya and most of Africa don’t want men to have sex with men and women to have sex with women. They understand that it is wrong and that it violates hundreds of years of spiritual training.
In this case, Kenya has taken a higher moral road than the president of the United States.