Every human right is the right of every human. MJoTA 2014 v8n1 p0124
African communities across the continent of Africa and in the United States are in the middle of an upsurge of hate against adult humans who love other adult humans who are not of the opposite sex.
This scares me, I see in these protests the same sorts of arguments made to keep sons and daughters of Africa in servitude and enslavement. I see these protests as divide and conquer tactics by thieves against Africa. What better way to keep stealing from Black South Africans than to have them fight with Congolese; what better way to steal from Uganda and Nigeria than have countrymen attacking each other?
A house divided against itself cannot stand. A house divided against itself cannot fight theft or the effects of climate change.
I believe every human right is the right of every human: to be able to live in peace, in health, and in love.
In Nigeria, the men below would be arrested, robbed, humiliated, beaten, imprisoned and likely murdered. In the United States one is a Congressman, and they have lived together as a family unit for more than 20 years, and have provided a stable home, and every human right, to 3 happy children. Family units must be protected everywhere, as they are in the United States of America.
May God soften the hearts of African pastors who hate these men, so that the pastors and all good people join the fight to give human rights to every one of God's children. And may God continue to bless this loving family, and may no person split it asunder. Amen.