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  1. Cameroon: ‘Get out of this hell’ is gay prisoner’s first goal – St. Paul's Foundation – The Official Website

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  2. Master Adrian
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    A country that has and practice laws that enable authorities to imprison people because they are, or are presumed homosexual should be denied all(!) privileges that are common among civilised countries, including receiving international aid, wereby non-governmental organisations must be forced to leave such a country, access to other cother countries, getting visa to other countries, are aprt of economic organisations, be part of trade treaties etc. etc. Till the moment the anti-homosexual hate-laws are repealed and full acceptance and equal treatment of everybody is ensured, implemented and enforced, and all those who do not folow the new laws be arrested and covicted to long and harsh prison sentences!
    Till today soft-treatments of such countries did not change anything, I think it is time to nationally and internationally strong preasure must be put on these kind of inhuman countries, forcing them in all possible ways and manners to change their anti-homosexual and anti-human policies and laws! My opinion!

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    1. Jerry Pani
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      Who are we to decide what is right or wrong!? Each country has its own culture and standards – which we must respect! In many Western countries, poligamy, for example, is illegal whereas it is acceptable in a number of African countries. I have never heard of any African country forcing/pressurising Western countries to legalise poligamy. Why then should Western countries put pressure on African countries to accept LGBTQs? Who has given them this right!? Africans have their cultures and Westerners have theirs. Trying to force people to accept what they consider wrong has never worked. Let us leave each culture decide what is wrong or acceptable to them – period!

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  3. JazzyUK
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    Who determines what is anti-homo or pro-homo? All countries have rules and no other country should impose its views on other countries. Many countries in the world accept polygamy and this is outlawed in many west countries. Those countries that practice polygamy should not impose it on countries that don’t. Therefore, countries that accept LGBTQs should not impose their view on countries where these practices are outlawed. Imposing our views on others has never worked and will never work. So, stop making silly comments.

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  4. JazzyUK
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    Who are we to decide what is right or wrong!? Each country has its own culture and standards – which we must respect! In many Western countries, poligamy, for example, is illegal whereas it is acceptable in a number of African countries. I have never heard of any African country forcing/pressurising Western countries to legalise poligamy. Why then should Western countries pressurise African countries to accept LGBTQs? Who has given them this right!? Africans have their cultures and Westerners have theirs. Trying to force people to accept what they consider wrong has never worked. Let us leave each culture decide what is wrong or acceptable to them – period!

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  5. Jerry Pani
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    Who are we to decide what is right or wrong!? Each country has its own culture and standards – which we must respect! In many Western countries, polygamy, for example, is illegal whereas it is acceptable in a number of African countries. I have never heard of any African country forcing/pressurising Western countries to legalise polygamy. Why then should Western countries pressurise African countries to accept LGBTQs? Who has given them this right!? Africans have their cultures and Westerners have theirs. Trying to force people to accept what they consider wrong has never worked. Let us leave each culture decide what is wrong or acceptable to them – period!

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