JAMAICA NEEDS TO LEAD A WORLD WHICH HAS CLEARLY GONE MAD ABOUT BUGGERY BACK TO SANITY and COHERENCE.

Minister Golding’s statement that Jamaica is being pressured by a number of countries including the USA, UK and France to repeal our buggery laws reveals an amazing level of incoherence among the policy makers in those countries. T

he fact is the scientific data is clear : buggery between Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) should be actively discouraged as this activity is the substantial engine of HIV epidemics among MSM.

HIV epidemics among MSM in these very countries continue to expand and are described as being different from epidemics in other groups substantially because of the practice of anal receptive intercourse and role reversal in MSM networks.

The key messages from following article published by significant researchers from John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Medicine are clear .  

The Jamaican  Government does not  have  to  be  defensive  about its  position on buggery  when the scientific data  is  clear about  the  role  of  buggery in HIV epidemics.  

In fact   and  this  moment  of incoherence  and  insanity  in  international  history  what  the  Jamaican Government  needs to do is  play  the  role Jamaica has pledged  to play in the  world  i.e  “play her part in advancing the welfare of the whole human race”..

Jamaica’s National Pledge

Before God and all mankind,
I pledge the love and loyalty of my heart,
the wisdom and courage of my mind,
the strength and vigour of my body,
in the service of my fellow citizens;

I promise to stand up for Justice,
Brotherhood and Peace,
to work diligently and creatively,
to think generously and honestly,
so that Jamaica may, under God,
increase in beauty, fellowship and prosperity,
and play her part in advancing the welfare of the whole human race.

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Global epidemiology of HIV infection in men who have sex with men
Chris Beyrer, Stefan D Baral, Frits van Griensven, Steven M Goodreau, Suwat Chariyalertsak, Andrea L Wirtz, Ron Brookmeyer
Key messages
HIV epidemics in men who have sex with men (MSM) are expanding in countries of all incomes in 2012, and these epidemics are characterised by high HIV burdens, substantial clustering of infections within networks, and high forces of infection.
The disproportionate HIV disease burden in MSM is explained largely by the high per-act and per-partner transmission probability of HIV transmission in receptive anal sex.
The molecular epidemiology of HIV in MSM shows substantial clustering of HIV infection, a high frequency of multiple transmitted variants, and more rapid spread through networks, challenging vaccine and other biomedical approaches to prevention.
If the transmission probability of receptive anal sex was similar to that associated with unprotected vaginal sex, 5 year cumulative HIV incidence in MSM would be reduced by 80–98%.
Role reversal in MSMs, whereby individuals practise both insertive and receptive roles, helps HIV spread by overcoming the low transmission rates from receptive to insertive partners. Our modelling shows that limiting MSM to either insertive or receptive roles (50% for each, as in heterosexual networks) reduced 5 year cumulative HIV incidence by 19–55% in high-prevalence scenarios.
Casual partnerships are also a substantial driver of the epidemic in MSM. If unprotected anal intercourse in casual partnerships instead happened within long-term main partnerships, HIV prevalence would be reduced by 29–51%.

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http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/lead-stories/20150523/ja-pressed-gay-rights-same-sex-marriage

JA Pressed On Gay Rights, Same Sex Marriage

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HE GOVERNMENT has rejected recurring recommendations from some member states of the United Nations for the country to repeal its buggery law and legalise same-sex marriage.

Justice Minister Senator Mark Golding told members of the Upper House of Parliament in a statement yesterday that the proposals from some member countries of the United Nations did not enjoy Jamaica’s support.

There were repeated calls by some member states for Jamaica to get rid of the law relating to buggery. They claim that the law was discriminatory to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) persons. Some member states have also urged Jamaica to legalise same-sex marriage and grant more rights to LGBT persons.

The United States recommended that Jamaica repeal sections 76, 77, and 79 of the Offences Against the Person Act, which criminalise same-sex male intercourse.

In addition, the United States also wants Jamaica to ensure the protection of defendants of the rights of LGBT persons and to take measures to ensure that these persons can fully and freely exercise their rights without fear of attack or reprisal.

The Netherlands has called on Jamaica to repeal all provisions (in law) that criminalise same-sex activities between consenting adults.

Belgium, Slovenia, Sweden, Spain, France, and Australia have also made similar recommendations.

Golding’s statement came against the background of Jamaica’s participation last week in the meeting of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland. The council considered Jamaica’s report to the 22nd session of the Second Cycle Universal Periodic Review.

The justice minister told the country that he assured the council that the Constitution of Jamaica guaranteed basic human rights to all Jamaicans.

He said that in order to create greater understanding of the concerns of the LGBT community, several initiatives have been put in place.

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Golding said he informed the council that the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s Diversity Policy aims to eliminate all forms of discrimination and inequitable treatment towards members of the public and guides members of the force in their professional dealings with persons of particular groups, including LGBT people.

On the issue of incitement of violence against members of the LGBT community, Golding told the council that Jamaica had inserted a provision in the Offences Against the Person Act (Section 18A) in April 2014 to address this issue.

Section 18A of the Offences Against the Person Act states that a person shall not produce, record, sell, import, perform in public, circulate or play a recording of an audio, visual or audio-visual communication that promotes the killing of or other serious act of violence against any other category or group of persons.

“We are pleased to note that we detect a significant reduction in recent times of the type of music that was in the past, perhaps, offensive of this notion,” the justice minister noted.

“It is my intention to maintain open communication with the representatives of the LGBT community to identify and find ways of addressing the main concerns that affect that vulnerable community and to work proactively with my ministerial colleagues whose portfolios are particularly relevant to those concerns,” he added.

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Jamaica officially targeted for imposition of moral nihilism and sexual anarchy

In February 2015, Secretary Kerry announced the position of Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBT Persons. The Obama Administration created the position in response to calls from Congress and civil society, including Human Rights First, and with the purpose of ―advanc[ing] efforts underway to move towards a world free from violence and discrimination against LGBT persons.‖101 In April 2015, Kerry appointed diplomat Randy Berry to the historic post.

The following  is  from Page 18  of  the Document  “Human Rights first .  American ideals  and  Universal values”  indicating  that President Obama  and  the US  State Department have  formally  targeted Jamaica  to impose  moral  nihilism and  sexual anarchy as  the country’s  norms  for  social  and  legal organisation  

http://www.humanrightsfirst.org/sites/default/files/HRF-Jamaica-Report-final.pdf

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Moral nihilism and Sexual anarchy : the social norm of the USA’s constitution according to the Supreme Court ?

Presiding at Same-Sex Wedding, Ruth Bader Ginsburg Emphasizes the Word ‘Constitution’

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The groom and groom strolled down the aisle to the mellow strains of “Mr. Sandman.”

Wearing her black robe with her signature white lace collar, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg presided over the marriage on Sunday afternoon of Michael Kahn, the longtime artistic director of the Shakespeare Theater Company in Washington, and Charles Mitchem, who works at an architecture firm in New York.

The gilded setting was elegant: Anderson House in the Embassy Row neighborhood, the headquarters in Washington of the Society of the Cincinnati, a club for the descendants of the French and American soldiers who fought in the Revolutionary War. During the ceremony, the couple slipped black and gold Harry Winston rings onto each other’s fingers.

But the most glittering moment for the crowd came during the ceremony. With a sly look and special emphasis on the word “Constitution,” Justice Ginsburg said that she was pronouncing the two men married by the powers vested in her by the Constitution of the United States.

No one was sure if she was emphasizing her own beliefs or giving a hint to the outcome of the case the Supreme Court is considering whether to decide if same-sex marriage is constitutional.

But the guests began applauding loudly, delighted either way. Justice Ginsburg, who has officiated at same-sex weddings in the past, also seemed delighted, either by their reaction or, perhaps, by the news that she will be played in a movie by Natalie Portman (who, in a strange casting segue, will play Jackie Kennedy Onassis in another film).

After the ceremony, the theme from “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” played, and the crowd adjourned to the terrace for champagne, sidecars and sliders.

Taking off her robe to reveal a glamorous jacket with a cream satin leaf motif, Justice Ginsburg reigned as belle of the same-sex ball.

And the music, being the food of love, played on.

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May 17th , International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT) – Political arm-twisting for moral nihilism , sexual anarchy, pathology as diversity and the suppression of children’s rights to their genetic mother and father.

President Obama  is  a leader  among  those engaged  in the  secular  /  atheist  war  on children.  

Consistent with his  support  for  abortion throughout pregnancy  and  denial of  care if  the victim of  an abortion is  born alive he is  fiercely committed  to  using   the  state in  vicious  and  violent hostilities  against  the most  vulnerable  human.

His  disregard  for  children  is  once  again  made patently  clear  in his  support  for  the  so – called  “sexual  rights”  of  adults and  same  sex  “marriage”   over  children’s  rights to their  genetic  mother  and  father  and  having  normal  family relationships  with their genetic relatives.  

At   http://edition.cnn.com/2012/05/09/politics/obama-same-sex-marriage/  CNN  quotes  ABC News saying  “Obama said his daughters, Malia and Sasha, have friends whose parents are same-sex couples. “It wouldn’t dawn on them that somehow their friends’ parents would be treated differently. It doesn’t make sense to them and frankly, that’s the kind of thing that prompts a change in perspective.”

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Sir Elton John  , his “husband”  and  their two children

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http://dayagainsthomophobia.org/barack-obama-issues-statement-on-the-international-day-against-homophobia-biphobia-and-transphobia/

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Barack Obama issues statement on the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia
President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, has today issued an official statement in support of the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia.
The statement speaks of an American commitment to the human rights and dignity of the LGBT community, and also notes that ‘all people deserve to live free from feat, violence, and discrimination.’
The statement is not President Obama’s first time addressing IDAHOT while in office, following an earlier message of support made in 2014. As well as drawing attention to the day, the President’s words of encouragement helped support the hard work being done by American communities on the advancement on LGBTI equality.
The full statement reads:
Michelle and I join our fellow Americans and others around the world in commemorating the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia tomorrow, May 17. We take this opportunity to reaffirm that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights are human rights, to celebrate the dignity of every person, and to underscore that all people deserve to live free from fear, violence, and discrimination, regardless of who they are of whom they love.
We work toward this goal every day. Here at home, we are working to end bias-motivated violence, combat discrimination in the workplace, and address the specific needs of transgender persons. Overseas, I am proud of the steps that the United States has taken to prioritize the protection and promotion of LGBT rights in our diplomacy and global outreach.
There is much more to do, and this fight for equality will not be won in a day. but we will keep working, at home and abroad, and we will keep fighting, for however long it takes until we are all able to live free and equal in dignity and rights.
Read the Statement on White House site

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LGBTTTIQist lobby group , the United Nations, shows its hand in the secular war on children

………confusion   and  irresponsibility  at the United Nations.

If one is to follow the United Nations and its secular war on children who the adults in a child’s life love is of no importance. Two mothers , two fathers, three mothers…..etc . It’s all the same. At  42 seconds  in  its  video promoting  LGBTTTIQism the  United  Nations  shows  a lesbian couple with their children.  The United Nations is among those LGBTTTIQist lobby groups which is seeking to have states deny children their right to a mother and father in favour of the so – called “sexual rights” of adults in the morally nihilistic and sexually anarchist LGBTTTIQist ideology.

Is  the LGBTTTIQist United Nations  showing   any  concerns  for  the children’s interest?

When did  science / logic  determine says that  the mother  and  father from whom  they got  their genes  is  not  the  ideal  family to raise  children ?

Should  the   the UN be  allowed  to  be  careless  and  irresponsible  with  the  real  rights  of  children   because of   its   commitment  to  LGBTTTIQist  advocacy   for  the  so-called   “sexual  rights”  of  adults ?

Is this a case of the tail wagging the dog ?

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon is supposed to conduct his affairs on behalf of the Governments of the states which make up the United Nations but here he appears to be acting contrary to the laws of many the the states.

What should the governments of  states  which  consider  LGBTTTIQism pathology  and  not  aspects  of  human diversity  do to Mr. Ban Ki Moon ?

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Of duncieheads, design and disease

Medicine has always been informed by the concept of design in the universe. This allows the physician to define normal and abnormal and to distinguish the one from the other. The abnormal is referred to as pathology.
Psychiatry Associations of developed countries have adopted  the LGBTTTIQist ideology  and  have rejected the  above logical approach  to normal  and  abnormal  in the instances of sexual orientation and gender identity .

These  associations  now define pathology ,in the instances of sexual orientation and gender identity , as aspects of human diversity. They fail to realise that a thorn by any another name remains a thorn…..design and its consequences are real.  

Having re-defined  pathology as an aspect  of human diversity  LGBTTTIQists have set  about creating  so-called  “human rights”  specific  to their desires.  One  such “right”  is  a “right to  buggery”.    Naturally  this so-called ” right to buggery”   is produced by  deeply flawed   thinking…….and yes, because of design.

The gut has a high content of cells of the immune system because of the large number of pathogens which pass through the bowel. This large number of cells of the immune system make the gut more prone to be infected by HIV ….. the virus targets  the  cells  of  the immune  system  and  is said to be gut tropic. 

Therefore  in addition  the increased  risk  of  traumatic  injury associated  with  anal  as  compared  to vaginal penetration  ,  the increased exposure of   the  cells  of  the immune  system  in the  rectum  increases  the  risk of contracting HIV.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)  wisely does not refer to any so-called right to buggery. Logically , good  preventative  medicine  should  therefore  actively  discourage  the  practise  of  anal  penetration.

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http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/news/20150513/un-pressure-mounts-jamaica-repeal-anti-gay-laws-improve-lgbt-environment

UN Pressure Mounts For Jamaica To Repeal Anti-Gay Laws, Improve LGBT Environment
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Published:Wednesday | May 13, 2015
More international pressure is being applied on Jamaica to repeal laws believed to be infringing on the human rights of vulnerable groups including gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered (LGBT) people.

The latest round of calls for Jamaica to act came during today’s United Nations periodic review of Jamaica’s human rights records in Switzerland.

Jamaica has been facing calls for years to repeal its more than a century-old buggery law, which makes it a criminal offence for persons to engage in anal sex.

During this morning’s review, calls came from representatives of several countries, including Canada, Sweden, and the United States for Jamaica to change its laws and address cultural issues that are out of step with global human rights provisions.

The representative from Great Britain, Matthew Buckley, took issue with the fact that changes to the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms did not protect against discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation.

In 2011, British prime minister, David Cameron, threatened to withhold aid from governments that do not reform legislation banning homosexuality.

However, Justice Minister Mark Golding had earlier told the panel that several steps have been taken to safeguard the rights of all, including implementation of a diversity policy for the police.

Lobbyists believe the removal of the buggery law will help in HIV/AIDs prevention and treatment among members of the LGBT community.

However, last year, a local poll found that 91 per cent of Jamaicans believe lawmakers should not repeal the controversial buggery law.

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Western democracies aka Gaystapoland where moral nihilism and sexual anarchy (say depravity) are social norms.

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PARIS  !

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LONDON !

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COPENHAGEN !

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TORONTO  !

Gay Pride San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO !

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