zambian gaylaws are not tough enough

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zambian gaylaws are not tough enough

Postby mr zambia » 25th February 2014, 19:55

Dear Zambia,

The zambian court just cleared a top gay activist. How was that possible!if the zambian government does not enforce laws similar to mugabe or yoweri museveni governments we local zambians will take the law into our hands.my zambian people the devil gay creatures are amongst us operating in the dark.let's raise our spears and swords and protect our families from a culture brought by Europeans influenced by the devil.
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Re: zambian gaylaws are not tough enough

Postby Monsignor D.J.B. » 25th February 2014, 20:33

Mr Zambia, remember I told you the first order of business for you should be to pull your head from your arse. Your frenzied zeal over these gays is completely misplaced.

If you got any vigilantism in you, go after the thieves and the child rapists. They are plenty of those here in Zambia. Don’t waste your time with grown men who prefer to poke each other in the ass. What’s it to you if that’s their preference? I’m sure none of them will even ask to poke your fat ugly butt, so you got nothing to fear. Your wrinkled butt ain't attractive to nobody. you son of a bitch.
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Re: zambian gaylaws are not tough enough

Postby Say No to Homophobia » 26th February 2014, 04:11

Mr. Zambia
You are silly and idiotic to think that Zambians will actually follow you. The vast majority of Zambians becoming increasingly tolerant of Gay rights and the decision to release Paul Kasonkomona is to be widely supported. He has given us free speech and a clear understanding of bigotry and Police intimidation. He should have a Statue built of him in front of Parliament for his true bravery.
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Re: zambian gaylaws are not tough enough

Postby mr zambia » 26th February 2014, 10:21

How many fagots are exactly on dear zambia!we already know there resistance and violence towards gays from villagers and compounded only place they are able to stay in are suburbs getting sponsored by europeans e.g richard branson.if sata wants to continue being president of zambia I suggest he sits down and discusses with yoweri museveni.if zambia in future becomes like south africa were grown men with full hair on their faces walk around parading in miniskirts and kissing each other in public.the PF government will be vomitted out and sata will be the worst president to rule zambia.homosexuality is not something you are born with trust me it is simply a powerful rich western culture that destroys the upbringing of children in not so strong families.
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Re: zambian gaylaws are not tough enough

Postby mr zambia » 26th February 2014, 10:22

How many fagots are exactly on dear zambia!we already know there resistance and violence towards gays from villagers and compounded only place they are able to stay in are suburbs getting sponsored by europeans e.g richard branson.if sata wants to continue being president of zambia I suggest he sits down and discusses with yoweri museveni.if zambia in future becomes like south africa were grown men with full hair on their faces walk around parading in miniskirts and kissing each other in public.the PF government will be vomitted out and sata will be the worst president to rule zambia.homosexuality is not something you are born with trust me it is simply a powerful rich western culture that destroys the upbringing of children in not so strong families.
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Re: zambian gaylaws are not tough enough

Postby Whizz Kid » 26th February 2014, 14:49

@ mr zambia" ulitole sana iwe koswe!
Gay people are born into and belong to every society in the world. They are all ages, all races, all faiths; they are doctors and teachers, farmers and bankers, soldiers and athletes, and whether we know it or whether we acknowledge it, they are our family, our friends and our neighbors. Being gay is not a Western Invention. It is a human reality.

Homosexuality is currently illegal in 76 plus countries in our world. Our organization is going to be fighting to decriminalize homosexuality where it is illegal. We are going to work socially and politically in regards to reforming those unjust and homophobic laws. We are going to work through the courts to fight for what is right. Equality under the law!

"Many people, especially ignorant people, want to punish you for speaking the truth, for being correct, for being you. Never apologize for being correct, or for being years ahead of your time. If you’re right and you know it, speak your mind. Speak your mind. Even if you are a minority of one, the truth is still the truth." Ghandi
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Re: zambian gaylaws are not tough enough

Postby Kopala » 26th February 2014, 15:18

whizz kid ,just think critically "is it normal to leave chick pussy & go for a man's anus"?washa ichinyo wayaingila pamusula uwamwaume munobe?
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Re: zambian gaylaws are not tough enough

Postby Tionenji » 26th February 2014, 15:44

A person's sexuality is a private matter, period.
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Re: zambian gaylaws are not tough enough

Postby mr kopala swag » 26th February 2014, 16:31

Kopala am telling you,these fagots are trying to use DZ to promote their agenda.Tioneji is one of the homosexuals on DZ. If homosexuality was common among animals then I would have a second thought, but no! It does not exist.anyone supporting gayness on DZ is a homo creature.you can not favor such a behavior that is simply not african.
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