America’s millions have produced blowback against gay rights in Africa


A lesson in unintended consequences. The New York Times has a detailed expose’ on the blowback caused by U.S. government efforts to promote tolerance for gay rights in Africa. See here (republished by MSN news).

According to the report, U.S. taxpayers have been forced to spend $700 million dollars for a government program promoting gay rights around the world. This outrageous spending has prompted several African countries to enact harsh anti-gay laws.

In Nigeria, Africa’s most populous nation, the final passage of the 2014 law against homosexuality — which made same-sex relationships punishable by 14 years in prison and made it a crime to organize or participate in any type of gay meeting — is widely regarded by both supporters and opponents of gay rights as a reaction to American pressure on Nigeria and other African nations to embrace gay rights.