Send a letter to the African leaders who SHUT DOWN Obama's LGBT imperialism!
The Presidents of Kenya and Nigeria rebuffed President Obama's attempt to impose acceptance of the LGBT lifestyle and "gay marriage" on Africans. We must stand in solidarity with these African leaders and their rejection of cultural imperialism. Sign our letter of support!
During his visit, Obama urged the African nations promote to the homosexual agenda and permit "gay marriage." In nations where so many do not even have access to adequate nutrition or clean drinking water, promoting the LGBT lifestyle is the least of people's worries!
It takes a special kind of arrogance to go to another country and lecture them about "gay marriage" when Obama didn't even "evolve" on the issue himself until 2012. The most recent polls show that not even a majority of Americans support the recent Supreme Court decision. Obama doesn't speak on behalf of most Americans, he speaks for himself and a small, but vocal band of activists.
President Kenyatta had the courage to tell Obama what everyone was thinking...
"The fact of the matter is Kenya and the U.S. share so many values: common love for democracy, entrepreneurship, value for families -- these are some things that we share," President Kenyatta said. "But there are some things that we must admit we don't share. Our culture, our societies don't accept."
"It is very difficult for us to be able to impose on people that which they themselves do not accept," Kenyatta continued. "This is why I repeatedly say for Kenyans today the the issue of gay rights is generally a non-issue. We want to focus on other areas that are day-to-day living for us. The fact remains that this issue is not an issue that is on the foremost mind of Kenyans."
President Kenyatta's remarks drew applause from the audience. Kenyan media reports that senators and church leaders were encouraged by Kenyatta's "firm but respectful" stance on gay marriage. Vincent Kidala, the leader of Kenya's Republican Liberty Party, said, "Obama should know that 'gay rights' is Western. When in Africa he should value our rights."
Obama's cultural imperialism received a similar icy response from Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari. Speaking at the joint session of U.S. Senate and House Committees on Foreign Affairs Wednesday, Mr. Buhari said sodomy is abhorrent to Nigerian culture, giving the administration a "pointblank no" when it came to the issue of celebrating homosexual marriages.
The Presidents of Nigeria and Kenya have staked their offices on the line to oppose Obama's cultural imperialism. Sign our letter to them to show that we stand with their people against the Western export of sexual immorality!