Ugandans mock some of my friends who dared to talk about the land grabbing. The fact is now land grabbing is the biggest issue in #Uganda. In our culture, an elder dancing in front of you is one of the biggest curses which will haunt you for life. Make no mistake about this. God never sleeps and satan will never be fooled.
What the apologists fail to understand is we have gotten everything taken away. Most of the country has experienced land grabbing. The leaders do not think that the people know. We have this FBzero which is not really an internet service but puts people on the internet minimal as we can all share the information on the FBzero to inform and educate our people. You do not like it, then go the Burundi way where you shut off everything. When you told the world you would hunt down and imprison all the gay people (mobs were actually going for their blood though, thanks to chimp and red chili), you soon found out that the world can cut off all the money which buys your land cruisers. You rescinded a silly law which should never even have been signed in the first place. What you do in your bedroom must not be for the world, I fail to understand you. You chased your own daughters and sons underground and out of the country. Howe can you hunt your own kids like animals? The rapes, killings and impunity in the country is now much more than before you passed your hate law.
I now enjoy watching all your religious leaders who preached hate kinda of disappear or end up charged with pe of kids. So you did not like two consenting adults but you let your own heteresuzuals rape and koll an 8mth old year girl, yr old girl, and this week, 14yr old raped and murdered. I have made it my job to document all your rapes and murders and all of them were committed by heterosexuals and so many by priests and pastors. Maybe Jesus should return and bring His mother and His two daddies.
YOU CANNOT PREACH MORALITY when you rape and murder kids. You also apparently kill your own people. Who killed Kagezi?
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Born and Raised in Uganda (Bududa District)
Martha Leah Zesaguli (Nangalama)
BELIEVE! I wept because I had no shoes until I saw a man who had no feet." Ancient Persian saying I am a Social Justice and Human Rights Activist. Find me on Face Book. All my opinions are mine and do not reflect on any employer or organisation.