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Wednesday, 13 July 2011

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Bleach Yellow

Unfortunately, this remains a very serious problem indeed. Many Cameroonians think homosexual human beings have no rights at all, and ANYTHING can be done to them to stamp out this so called evil. They say it is not natural and against God's command. This from a population rife with adulterers, drunkards, people who commit incest and steal public funds. Even President Biya is afraid to touch the issue because opponents have labelled him as gay and he found the animosity that the allegations caused to generate as much if not more rage than legitimate political opposition. That is my rant.

Now attack me, you homophobic cameroonians. I used to be like you until I realized that they are human beings and there is so much worse going on.

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Amouta Denis

Cameroonians should take a stand on this issue and not pretend, under the influence of the Western Press, that homosexuality is the norm of our society. It's evil, dysfunctional for the family and could threaten humanity as we know it, and therefore should never be condoned.
Dr. Vakunta, who is a Cameroonian traditionalist, by virtue of his views about the conduct of our chiefs, and having recently authored the last article about fons without fondoms, may have given his readers his own view about homosexuality and its impact on a society, ridden with AIDS and STDS.

Emmanuel Elangwe

@ Amouta Denis

Homosexuality is evil, dysfunctional for the family and could threaten humanity as we know it? Can you explain what in name of sweet baby Jesus you are talking about? In other words, you would know this because...???...Give me your best shot, Bible and all.

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