South Africa Bans Anti-Gay US Pastor Anderson From Entering Country



Too many religious leaders make a living off of judging others.  Well Pastor Steven Anderson, let's see how you like getting judged for your actions, your speech and your hatred.

In the following video Published on Sep 6, 2016, the pastor basically said South African Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba wasn't and couldn't ban him from the country, because the laws that protect the sodomites protect Anderson, too.   Watch the foot in mouth activity below.  It's a little over 9 minutes, but you'll get the hint by minute 4.  The whole thing is quite entertaining as he thinks he insults Gigaba and is righteous enough to get away with it.



Do you win over people by saying they are spineless, sodomites, pawns, and are evil?  Here's the proof that does not work.

In an article published today, September 13, on, Tuesday September 13, titled "Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaga on Tuesday announced that US Pastor Steven Anderson has been barred from entering South Africa."

Anderson, who has been accused of hate speech following remarks against homosexuality, has publicly criticised South African leaders – including Gigaba – for allowing same-sex relations in the country.  The controversial pastor has taken to social media, promoting his visit to South Africa as a "soul-winning marathon".

Gigaba said this prohibition will be implemented in terms of section 29(1)(d) of the Immigration Act. This section affords the department the legal means to prohibit a foreigner who is "a member of or adherent to an association or organisation advocating the practice of racial hatred or social violence.

"We have a duty to prevent hatred in all forms against the LGBTI, against any other person in a democratic state. Developments, since rumours of Anderson's exploration to the south, have painted a scenario of one individual and his like-minded associates bent on callously negating and violating equality," Gigaba said.

Gigaba said he has informed the Director General that he has identified Anderson and members and/or associates of his church as undesirable persons.

"Undesirable persons are barred from travelling to South Africa for periods determined by the department. Furthermore, I have withdrawn their visa exemption status, enjoyed by all Americans. This is on the basis that I am certain they promote hate speech as well as advocate social violence. Accordingly, Steven Anderson will be advised that he is a prohibited person in South Africa. –


It's nice to know we have friends in high places.   Thanks Malusi Gigaba for being a beacon of reason.  We of course do not know all of his policies and practices, but on this one, we agree.



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