Obama’s Home Country Upholds Ban on Gay Sex

No, the birther issue was NEVER settled Obama’s ‘official’ birth certificate was proven to be a fraud.

Furthermore, the people in a small Kenyan village still claim that their hamlet is what Barack Hussein Obama was born.

Even though Obama did more than just support gay marriage and gay sex, he pushed it to special and preferential treatment over the normal and acceptable standards that America held for over 2 centuries.

In a landmark case that went before the Kenyan Supreme Court, a law that bans gay sex and establishes a punishment of up to 14 years in prison, was upheld by the high court.

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BBC News – Kenya upholds law criminalising gay sex – Kenya’s High Court has ruled against campaigners seeking to overturn a law banning gay sex.

The judges rejected claims that the colonial-era law violated the new constitution, which guarantees equality, dignity and privacy.

The penal code criminalises “carnal knowledge against the order of nature” – widely understood to refer to anal intercourse between men.

Gay sex is punishable by up to 14 years in prison.

Kenya’s National Gay And Lesbian Human Rights Commission says it has dealt with 15 prosecutions under the penal codes in 2018, with no convictions.

But it had argued for the law to be scrapped because it gives rise to a climate of homophobia…

To put it bluntly, the Supreme Court of Kenya had the guts to do what the Supreme Court of the United States failed to do.

Throughout history, nations who openly embraced homosexuality never lasted long afterwards.

And it can safely be said that it looks like the US, as we knew and loved, isn’t going to last much longer either.

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