30 thoughts on “Maybe we will have the Kenyan inquisition 

  1. john zande says:

    Good. Grief.


  2. Arkenaten says:

    Aaaah, isn’t enlightenment(sic) so wonderful?

    Liked by 1 person

  3. the guy comes off as an attention seeker sometimes😅..


  4. tildeb says:

    God protect us from those who would protect us.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. Barry says:

    The state has no place in deciding morality.


    • makagutu says:

      I didn’t know we had a morality police


      • Barry says:

        But isn’t that precisely what the Kenya Film Classification Board is trying to do – determining what is immoral, in this case homosexuality, and restricting publication accordingly. If the article is correct, then it would appear that the Kenyan constitution places some responsibility on the state to police morality.


    • basenjibrian says:

      This is a rather absolutist and broad statement, as “morality” includes a variety of topics that states traditionally do have a place in deciding.

      Should the State have a role in prohibiting adult men from having sex with 8 year old girls (PBHN)? Or a bank fraudster from setting up a fake account and charging people fees? These are moral issues, too.

      No. The only real debate is source of morality/. One should default to “the least state possible”, arguably, but….to say there should be no role in morality may go too far.


      • Barry says:

        Both the above examples are exploitative of other(s). Does it really matter what the source of authority is in such cases?

        But perhaps I should have added “where one party is not exploited by another”.


  6. Violet says:

    I’m fascinated by how the article implies homosexuality only happens in the West. If the author is suggesting it comes from the US in particular, hopefully he can be reassured that Christians here are still praying the gay away. Which works about as well as his method of censorship. May the non-existent god save us all.


  7. renudepride says:

    Those unfortunate parents who live in Kenya! Whatever shall they do? First, they can’t send their children to school lest they become gay or lesbian. Now they can’t allow their offspring to watch television lest they become gay or lesbian. Soon, it will become incumbent on the parents to educate and entertain their youth twenty-four hours a day!

    Otherwise, the youth will have no choice but to observe the corrupt and greedy politicians who, in turn, will teach them how to grow up and become……corrupt and greedy!

    Naked hugs, my blogging patriarch!


  8. shelldigger says:

    Sweet freakin jeebus. Having kids, I have watched ALL of those cartoons. If any of them promoted gay lifestyles I sure missed it…

    Surprised they didn’t get SpongeBob while they were at it.


    • makagutu says:

      I am surprised they didn’t stop people from watching news.
      Your filters are not working well. Just observe your young ones and you will see they became gay after watching those cartoons.
      I can tell you I am sick of this shit. It is a py to view service. The % of Kenyans who watch it must be miniscule.


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