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United Nations, Courts Accused of Aiding Global Plan to Destroy Family Values

Speaking at the two-day forum, Information Minister Dr Chris Baryomunsi said Africans had suffered various ills at the hands of western nations including slavery, colonialism, destruction of African social-political values and now pushing an imperial cultural agenda.
From left, MP Opendi, ministers David Bahati, Dr Baryomunsi, Arhbishop Kazinda and Bp Joshua Lwere at the conference

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The first African Inter-Parliamentary Forum on Family Values and Sovereignty sitting at Entebbe is accusing the United Nations and many of its affiliate agencies of abdicating their role to protect the family.

Sponsored by the African Bar Association (ABA), Family Watch International (FWI), Family Watch Africa (FWA) and the Parliament of Uganda, the forum brought together parliamentarians from a number of African legislatures to hammer out the inaugural continental common position on LBGTIQ+, an acronym used to refer to persons with a range of diverse sexualities, genders and sex characteristics.

Speaking at the two-day forum, Information Minister Dr Chris Baryomunsi said Africans had suffered various ills at the hands of western nations including slavery, colonialism, destruction of African social-political values and now pushing an imperial cultural agenda.

He urged the African government to reject Partnerships that are based on aid which is conditioned and tailored on subjugating conditions.  The continent, he said, needed partnerships where western partners respected local African values, short of which they should be rejected.

He said that he was being bombarded by calls from international media in the aftermath of the passing of an anti-gay bill by the Ugandan Parliament, a law that western countries and some international bodies have condemned as “extremist, draconian and inhumane.” 

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The President of Family Watch International Sharon Slater, Dr Seyoum Antonio - the Director of Family Watch Africa and United for Life – Ethiopia and Richard Kakeeto of the African Bar Association made illustrious presentations in which they laid bare different programmes of the UN and affiliate agencies of pushing an agenda to “sexualize” African children and killing their (children’s) innocence.            

These, they said had been couched in different treaties and programmes on human rights, education and aid.  Literature including books was distributed to participants to equip them for the struggle to “save the family, protect African values and sovereignty.”             

Kakeeto said that the agenda had seen treaties being signed without the consent of the national legislatures and decisions on sexual education being made without input from the parents. He added that business people are now reaping from prostitution, and many are keen on this agenda that would see children start engaging in sex at an age as early as nine.        

Slater who also chairs the UN family rights Caucus used a well-illustrated power-point presentation to expose the UN and some affiliate agencies as being used by the west in the LGBTQI agenda using aid and sexual education programmes. She proposed that actually what the bodies called “sexual Education” should be appropriately called “sexualisation education.”

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Archbishop Steven Kazimba of the Anglican Church of Uganda prayed for the family against attack by the evil one and urged African nations to stick to their family values.  He had no apologies for the Church of Uganda's decision to sever ties with the Church of England after the latter embraced same-sex marriages and ordained gay priests.

Other speakers at the two-day conference have also accused the Ugandan judiciary of being a local accessory in the face of a resistant national leadership and citizenry.

They observed that proponents of the LGBTIQ+ agenda had conveniently turned to court where a case to compel the government to implement the foreign-drawn sexuality education curriculum was heard and decided in-camera upon observing that the Executive and Parliament were alert to the developments.

The case by a not–for–profit body, CEHURD was filed in 2017 and decided by Justice Lydia Mugambe in 2021. But Kakeeto said the Attorney General was never notified about the judgment and efforts to get a record of proceedings to facilitate the appeal process have been futile.

To this, Sarah Opendi the chairperson of the African Inter-Parliamentary Forum on Family Values and Sovereignty said that no stone would be left unturned if it is proved that the judiciary is being used to push the foreign cultural agenda.         

Born-again Christian leader Bishop Joshua Lwere, who oversees Born-again Churches in Uganda used history and scriptures to illustrate the West’s agenda to dominate other nations against God’s gift of freedom to man and nations.         

State minister for Gender Peace Regis Mutuzo said Africa was under attack, but Africans were awake and united. However, she said, oftentimes technical officers misled political leaders on the fine points, for which they must be heavily punished.         

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