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Friday, November 21, 2014

The moral imperative of international law

I wonder if the Supreme Court will cite this new Gambian law when it finally gets around to considering the legality of the gay parody of marriage:
The president of Gambia has signed a bill into law that calls for life imprisonment for some homosexual acts, the latest African country to codify harsh penalties for the gay community.... Lawmakers approved the legislation in August, prompting an outcry from organizations including Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch. The law contains language identical to an anti-gay bill signed into law in Uganda earlier this year but later overturned by a court on procedural grounds.

It criminalizes "aggravated homosexuality," which targets "serial offenders" and people living with HIV or AIDS. Suspects can also be charged with aggravated homosexuality for engaging in homosexual acts with someone who is under 18, disabled or who has been drugged. The term also applies when the suspect is the parent or guardian of the other person or is "in authority over" him or her.

People found guilty of aggravated homosexuality can be sentenced to life in prison.
All these new laws sweeping the international scene are obviously a sign of inevitable progress. It is pointless to resist it, after all, are we not reliably informed that Africans are magic and our moral superiors? It would be racist to refrain from the fierce moral imperative of following their example.

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Anonymous Hansel November 21, 2014 1:15 PM  

A cookie cutter of law and logic, if there ever was one.

Blogger Salt November 21, 2014 1:25 PM  

The SJWs will be all butthurt over this I'm sure.

Anonymous Anonymous November 21, 2014 1:29 PM  

"A cookie cutter of law and logic, if there ever was one."

Yep . . .people need to remain consistent with their 'principles' and held accountable for them.

Anonymous WinstonWebb November 21, 2014 1:44 PM  

The SJWs will be all butthurt over this I'm sure.

Ironically, if they lived in Gambia, then the govt would avenge them...

Blogger Revelation Means Hope November 21, 2014 1:47 PM  

For those of the Ilk who believe in prayer, I ask you to pray on behalf of some black knighting that I will be doing over the next couple months.

An opportunity exists for me to help get a very large corporation to stop giving Domestic Partner benefits in some regions, now that gay marriage is legal. You can imagine the outcry and pushback as we take this new legal playing field to its logical conclusion.....so I'll need some help from above.

Anonymous I Am Irony, Man November 21, 2014 2:02 PM  

"are we not reliably informed that Africans are magic and our moral superiors?"

No, they are still about a thousand years from being fully civilized.

Anonymous Feelings, Nothing More Than Feelings November 21, 2014 2:12 PM  

I wonder what would happen if someone were to point out to SJW's how utterly savage such a law is? Would there be an eruption of feelings about savagery, or about racism?

Has anyone polled the SFWA about this yet? I have a feeling there might be some ambivalence there, too.

Blogger Conan the Cimmerian November 21, 2014 2:15 PM  

An opportunity exists for me to help get a very large corporation to stop giving Domestic Partner benefits in some regions, now that gay marriage is legal.

Fair is fair. Unless they are giving domestic partner benefits to heterosexuals, roommates, family sharing households, etc. then the gays better marry up or lose benefits.

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus November 21, 2014 2:24 PM  

Commendable.

Anonymous Earl November 21, 2014 2:32 PM  

Vox don't you know that Africans only vote that way because of white oppression?

Anonymous Krul November 21, 2014 2:36 PM  

Suspects can also be charged with aggravated homosexuality for engaging in homosexual acts with someone who is under 18, disabled or who has been drugged. The term also applies when the suspect is the parent or guardian of the other person or is "in authority over" him or her.

SJW types would be applauding this if it were targeted at heterosexual men instead of homosexuals. They're all for preventing rape and sexual harassment of women by men, but are downright opposed to measures protecting vulnerable young African homosexuals, including the disabled, from the same predatory behavior.

Why do SJW's hate homosexuals? Is it homophobia or plain old racism that makes them demand protection for privileged white American ciswomen but deny it for poor oppressed black African homosexuals?

Looks like somebody needs to check their privilege.

Anonymous Earl November 21, 2014 2:36 PM  

No wait, better: Africans only pass those kinds of laws because of CHRISTIANITY and white oppression. (Even though Gambia in this African example is majority Muslim).

Anonymous ODG November 21, 2014 2:47 PM  

"An opportunity exists for me to help get a very large corporation to stop giving Domestic Partner benefits in some regions, now that gay marriage is legal. You can imagine the outcry and pushback as we take this new legal playing field to its logical conclusion.....so I'll need some help from above."

I hope it's Ford or GM.

Blogger Revelation Means Hope November 21, 2014 3:02 PM  

domestic partner benefits are given to all types who are willing to have a notary public sign an affidavit attesting that they are DPs. I won't go too much into detail, but this black Knight opportunity could save the company some serious cashola on benefits and processing the benefits.

Anonymous Mudz November 21, 2014 3:02 PM  

"the latest African country to codify harsh penalties for the gay community"

The terminology actually puzzled me for a bit. I had to take a second to think about it. What is exactly is their concept of a community? Do all the gays live together on a farm somewhere?

Haha, it just makes me laugh. It's weird to see how the political debate actually has people using the words in ways that make no sense.

The law itself, makes sense.

You could sum it up with "pedophiles are bad" and "we're trying to stop AIDS", or maybe "we're actually doing something useful about a deadly, universally feared disease that everyone already knows exactly how to prevent by simple voluntary proscription. Dumbasses".

You put your pecker in where people keep their decomposed filth, and bad things might just start magically happening to it. Thanks for sharing, assholes.

Anonymous Gen. Kong November 21, 2014 3:17 PM  

I read Russia passed a law against pedophila recently. Guess the Republicans better not be making any junkets over there any time soon. What would Weepin' Johnny do in a snowy Siberian prison facility? Maybe he could find some sheep....

Anonymous Will Best November 21, 2014 3:25 PM  

Thanks for sharing, assholes.

I like this sentence without the comma better.

Anonymous Ha November 21, 2014 3:26 PM  

We have so much to learn from them!

Question: How Prepared is the Gambia for Ebola?

Sambou: The Ministry of Health is very much prepared for the Ebola Virus Disease by training health personnel and putting in place screening measures at border posts. We, as a ministry, have also set up major quarantine centers that will cover the entire region in the Gambia.

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Gambia Bird Airlines – one of the few airlines flying to Sierra Leone, yesterday announced that it is suspending all flights to Monrovia and Freetown...

The company says that the decision was taken “in the light of international concern about the further spread of the Ebola virus in the West African sub-region, and with the aim of continuing to offer a safe and reliable service to all customers, whilst also protecting the health and well-being of passengers and crew”.

Anonymous Different T November 21, 2014 3:35 PM  

At least the USA can add another country from which to import HIV-infected homosexuals. And because it's actually asylum, it can be done without a battle over immigration

Look on the bright side.

Anonymous Anonymous November 21, 2014 3:46 PM  

@JCClimber,

Prayers offered.

Anonymous doublemindedman November 21, 2014 5:15 PM  

Companies could get rid of the whole insurance question by simply switching to a "plus one" model. That plus one could be your spouse, an only child, your roommate, your gay lover, or even your grandma. The opposition to it would simply melt away.

Anonymous Esquired November 21, 2014 6:35 PM  

"I wonder if the Supreme Court will cite this new Gambian law when it finally gets around to considering the legality of the gay parody of marriage"

There is an implied dismissiveness of the notion of the Supreme Court citing international or other country's constitutions and legal codes...as though this should never happen.

While there have never been any Supreme Court decisions that turned on international or extra-national law, justices have cited such laws and constitutions in their opinions and footnotes since John Marshall headed the bench.

Anonymous Atombum November 21, 2014 6:39 PM  

Have you ever noticed that `they` use any and every derogatory word straights come up for `them` to refer to `themselves`.......except the word God uses? Perhaps we should just call `them` SODOMITES as well. There won`t be any cause for confusion.

Anonymous Esquired November 21, 2014 6:39 PM  

"SJW types would be applauding this if it were targeted at heterosexual men instead of homosexuals."

This law does not appear in every respect to be targeted specifically at homosexuals but in some cases only at those who engage in homosexual acts.

Anonymous Mudz November 21, 2014 6:53 PM  

"I like this sentence without the comma better."

#therearenocoincidences

Anonymous Mudz November 21, 2014 7:01 PM  

@Tom

Hah! Dammit! I just clicked! And I thought I was so smart with just a twofer.

Blogger CostelloM November 21, 2014 7:08 PM  

Great. So now it will be morally imperative to drag over 2 million + homosexual Gambians and drop them in whatever formally white areas still might exist. Bonus points if they have AIDS *and* Ebola. Maybe one of them can say his mom was from Hawaii and be the next president.

Anonymous Mudz November 21, 2014 7:18 PM  

*Will

Not "Tom". Sheesh. My bad.

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus November 22, 2014 1:26 AM  

Good luck Ebola-Chan!

Anonymous Michael November 22, 2014 9:55 AM  

Vox, "All these new laws sweeping the international scene are obviously a sign of inevitable progress."

For decades, the MSM has attempted to indoctrinate the public into believing that change is inevitable and good (absent even a shred of objective, historical evidence, mind you) and that Christianity is evil and backwards.

It cannot be understated that the anti-LGBTQ laws being enacted throughout the world are a direct reaction to how an openly hostile, militant minority of perverts is allowed to wreck havoc upon western civilization. They're even teaching children about masturbation, role-playing and porn, in order to demoralize from a young age, to make them more susceptible to sexual predators.

http://seattle.cbslocal.com/2014/11/20/sex-ed-conference-touts-alternatives-bathe-shave-and-role-play-together/

Now who, precisely, stands to benefit from our weakness? Who holds a virtual monopoly over media, government and entertainment? Who is virulently anti-Christian to the core?

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