No to reviewing the buggery law
Mrs Simpson Miller's recent comments on the matter of homosexuality and sexual orientation have caused many of us to be seriously concerned. One wonders if Mrs Simpson Miller is aware of the following:
* In Europe, Canada and the USA pastors and others are punished for expressing disagreement with the homosexual lifestyle.
* Harry Hammond, the 69-year-old street preacher in England who was beaten by a group of homosexuals, was charged with inciting violence against himself.
* A middle-age Jamaican couple living in England, who had fostered children many times before, were recently denied the opportunity to foster because they could not tell a young child that it's okay to be a homosexual.
* In Canada, kindergarten children in the public school system are exposed to homosexual teaching as if it were normal behaviour and their parents have no power to do anything about it.
* Catholic adoptions agencies in England have closed because they rightly refused to place children in homosexual households.
* Gary McFarlane, a solicitor of Jamaican descent living in England, who is also a professional counsellor, was sacked from his counselling job for refusing in principle to offer sex therapy to homosexuals.
* Buggery is the most efficient way to spread HIV/AIDS. Over the last two years the Government has spent over $590 million to fight the disease.
Shouldn't Jamaica be doing everything in its power to discourage the disease? Why then review the buggery law?
Who are Mrs Simpson Miller's advisors?
Jamaica is accustomed to standing on its own to defend principles. We are little, but we tallawah. Our success cannot be based on economics alone. Whilst we say no to physical violence against all persons, we also say no to reviewing laws and policies which currently block the acceptability of the homosexual lifestyle.
People of Jamaica, be warned!