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    Robert Mugabe Criticizes Europe over gay legalization in Africa continents

     
    Zimbabwean President, Robert Mugabe [Unlink], has refuted Europe for trying to foster gay legalization in African continents. Gay, which is looking for more validation in the African continents, has been rejected by some African leaders and the Christian and Islāmic people. While South Africa is the first nation in Africa to embrace the law on homosexuality, other countries are still displaying their denouncement and negation over it.

    President Robert Mugabe, who spoke disapprovingly on live televised, also supported his speech with the disclosure that God never created homosexual at the beginning of the creation, and any trespassers in Zimbabwe will witness some grievous punishment. Then, he declared that Europe should keep their gay deed with them and criticized them for trying to expose this act to the Zimbabwean university students, calling it nonsense.

    'Some years ago,’ he said. ‘I was warned that there was some secret organization ... which was addressing young men in universities sand schools to join them as homosexuals; this is nonsense from Europe, keep their homosexual nonsense there and not cross over with it.

    In his saying, he went further to say that Zimbabwe was not liberated for homosexuality.

    'We did not fight for this Zimbabwe so it can be a homosexual territory,’ he said. ‘We will never have that here and if there are any diplomats, who will talk of any homosexuality, just tell me. We will kick them out of the country without any excuse. We won’t even listen. Any signal that they are homosexual we kick them out of the country before sunset.'

    He also added grievously:

    'If you pass a law that rejects homosexual marriages, we will punish you like what they are doing to Uganda and us. And they say they want you to believe that if a man gets another man and they have a homosexual relationship, they have human rights to do so. But that act is inhuman. It’s not human and human rights cannot derive from acts, which are inhuman. That does not exist in jurisprudence.'

    Then he supported his motion with the Bible:

    'What is wrong is wrong and cannot be right’ he said. ‘ but they say no, human beings are free to marry each other, and look at the absurdity of it all, when God created the world, we learned from the Bible, He created animals, forests, lastly He created man. Because man was lonely, He got from the side of man, a rib and created a woman...that’s the start of society as we know it from the bible.'

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