Uganda’s Muckraking Newspapers Uncover University ‘Lesbian Club’ And Terrorist Gays Behind World Cup Attack
What do Ugandan newspapers Rolling Stone and The Onion have in common besides ripping off the names of respected American publications? They both publish the names and faces of homosexuals they want to see killed.
Also faced with the ramifications of a court order aimed at Rolling Stone to stop publishing the names of suspected gays because of the violence it incites, The Onion has found a work around, notes Box Turtle Bulletin. This cover story supposedly exposes the lesbian fervor that’s taken over Makerere University: “These gals are said to be well equipped with training videos, manuals, magazines and audio CDs, which they use to orient the gals and equip them with the best techniques of sexual satisfying fellow women,” including one position that lets the lesbian club members “easily please each other as their yoyos tickle.”
Meanwhile, Rolling Stone — which previously published issues with the top 100 homos to “hang” and listicle of 10 gay faces — claims in a new cover story out this week that “Homo generals plotted Kampala terror attacks,” which reports, “Bloodthirsty generals in the evil homosexuality world plotted the bloody bombing of Kyaddondo Rugby Grounds and Ethiopian Village Restaurant in Kampala on July 11.” An Al-Qaeda affiliate claimed responsibility for the attack during the World Cup, which killed dozens, though the RS is quick to note none of the gay names it already published were involved — and, because it’s barred from outing more gays, it cannot report on the diabolical gay-orchestrated terror plot. And that includes the “deadly homosexuals living abroad.”
Meanwhile, lawmaker David Bahati — who’s behind Uganda’s awful Anti-Homosexuality Bill — says the legislation is still very much alive and will be considered by Parliament.