Save Africa from Sodomy
In February 2014, President Obama threatened Uganda with a reduction of aid if President Museveni enacts a bill prohibiting homosexual proselytisation.
In June 2011, the UK's Prime Minister, David Cameron MP, invited a group of gay activists, including a man known for staging pornographic events, to 10 Downing Street and promised them that he would use foreign aid to promote gay rights in Africa. He boasted of putting pressure on the President of Malawi to release two men convicted of sodomy in 2010.
Whatever our feelings on the merits and correct targeting of foreign aid, we the undersigned find using the threat of withdrawal of aid to poorer nations in order to impose Western liberal prejudices to be an abhorrent form of cultural imperialism.
We say that the legalisation of sodomy can add nothing of value to any African nation. As concerns grow about sex tourism in African coastal regions, cities and resorts, we regard measures which would encourage rich Western homosexuals to travel out to corrupt local youth with dismay, disquiet and disgust.
We call on Western leaders to have respect for African culture with its strong emphasis on Christian virtue and sexual purity and to see such a culture as something they could usefully learn from as they confront problems of family and consequent social breakdown in their own countries.