New Videos Expose American Pastor Scott Lively's Part In Uganda's War On Gays
American pastor and former Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Scott Lively gets around. This is not new information. We've known for some time that the homophobic activist travels from Moscow to small nations in Africa hoping to brainwash locals and laws to conform to an anti-gay lifestyle. Though Lively's attempted to distance himself from his unmistakable influence in Uganda in recent months, his ties to the country's newly-minted law imposing life sentences for being gay ring clearer than ever thanks to new videos unearthed by Mother Jones.
Mother Jones has also obtained exclusive video footage of Lively and others laying the groundwork for Uganda's internationally-condemned anti-gay law. In one video, Lively addresses Uganda's parliament warning of western agitators seeking to spread "the disease" of homosexuality to Ugandan children: "When they see a child that's from a broken home it's like they have a flashing neon sign over their head," he claims. In another video, Lively likens homosexuality to a disease, suggesting that Ugandan children would engage in orgies on school buses if Ugandan officials didn't "actively discourage" same-sex relations. In another video, he draws a continuum of the various types of gay men, as he explains, from transsexuals and transvestites to "super machos" and "monsters" whom he equates with Nazis.
Check out the disgusting videos of Lively's discredited speeches that have enshrined one of the globe's most disgusting human rights violations into law below. Head here for Mother Jones' full investigation into the "Christian" pastor.
Warning: Videos contain graphic and insane animus toward a minority group.