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LGBT Community Time to Take to the Streets – Uganda’s Anti-Gay Bill Author DAVID BAHATI in D.C.

Melanie Nathan – Dec 07, 2010 – - David Bahati, the Ugandan MP who authored the Anti-Homosexual Bill in Uganda obtained a single event visa to come to the USA to attend a conference.   Unlike other MPs, the American mission in Kampala gave him a single-entry visa specifically for one specific event, that is according to the Ugandan Press and an article by Dr. Warren Throckmorten.

From: Doug Hadden

Sent: Monday, December 06, 2010 8:36 PM

Subject: Response from Doug Hadden

“There seems to be some interest into the whereabouts of David Bahati. In my volunteer role as VP of Communications for ICGFM, I can confirm that he is not at our conference, nor will he be permitted to enter the conference. As you can imagine, from a very non-political organization, doing good work in sharing good practices in public financial management, we have been placed in a very uncomfortable position.”

“I cannot speculate whether Mr. Bahati is in the United States. And, if he is in the United States, I cannot speculate on whether this is considered legal or illegal entry”

Doug Hadden

VP of Communications ICGFM

Bahati’s ultimate intent  in the US is to garner support of his US collaborators , which include specific  Evangelical  co-conspirators, to support his run for the next Ugandan Parliament, for a campaign based very much on the Anti-Homosexual Hate Bill that he has already introduced to the Ugandan Parliament.

We previously reported our interest as a community in protesting and making Bahati feel most unwelcome .

One can only wonder if in doing so here on US SOIL, while in the country illegally, could subject the Ugandan MP to arrest?   Does diplomatic immunity apply if you enter as country illegally?  Because we have hate crimes legislation – collusion to murder gays,  under the guise of legal death sentence to my way of thinking is indeed a crime here in the USA and would involve BAHATI and anyone who he talks to.   Also  a collusion could be  detected in involving Americans in breaching the  Universal Declaration of Human Rights, on US soil as compared to on UGANDAN soil.

NOTE UPDATED ARTICLE can be found …click here….


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3 Responses to LGBT Community Time to Take to the Streets – Uganda’s Anti-Gay Bill Author DAVID BAHATI in D.C.

  1. LOrion

    December 7, 2010 at 9:58 pm

    Rachel Maddow just announced at 6:50 PM PST on TRMS that BAHATI will be her guest tomorrow on her show! SHARE SHARE SHARE! Especially with US Immigration officers.

  2. LOrion

    December 7, 2010 at 6:20 pm

    I do hope you are filing a protest at US Immingration office daily. Do you have anyone in Wash or New York working on it?  Jeremy Hooper, David Badash. David Mixner, Kerry Eleveld??

  3. Sam McKee

    December 7, 2010 at 5:05 pm

    We have the criminal W’s “faith-based” right wing christers on a crusade in Africa to turn that continent into a regressive collection of theocracies. Obama with his faith-based crap leaves me concerned about him as well.