10,000,000 Africans Tell Obama “Take Your Gay Agenda And Shove It”

By Walid Shoebat

When Obama lectured Kenya comparing gays to the mistreatment of African Americans, Africa responded with a scathing letter written by 700 Kenyan evangelical pastors on behalf of their 10 million Christian followers. In it, Africa told Obama to take his ‘disgusting agenda’, his ‘equating racism with rejection of homosexuality’, and told him to shove it. The message from Africans to this African American Obama, was “hit the road Jack” while adding “don’t you come back no more”.

“We do not want him to come and talk on homosexuality in Kenya or push us to accepting that which is against our faith and culture,” the letter read.

Specifically, the letter asked that Obama leave “the gay talk” in America and focus his discussions in Kenya on “development,” “cooperation” and “the long-time relationship Kenya has had with America.”

“But about our beliefs and culture — keep off!” the letter added.


According to Bishop Mark Kariuki, who led the alliance against Obama, the Christians in Kenya did not appreciate the way the president had “used previous trips to Africa to urge governments to respect gay rights.” The letter was therefore meant to serve as a warning to Obama.

Kariuki gets it. “The family is the strength of a nation,” Kariuki explained. “If the family is destroyed, then the nation is destroyed. So we don’t want to open doors for our nation to be destroyed!”

Even the President of Kenya, delivered the same “hit the road Jack” message to Obama. “We need to speak frankly about these things” says President Kenyatta in response to Obama’s statement that Kenya must share the same values as the United States on gay rights issues.

Kenyatta, at the press conference in Kenya, snubbed Obama and continued showing zero tolerate to Obama’s belaboring trying to impose the idea that a man taking it from behind was all “normal”. He quickly slapped down Obama’s suggestion to impose his evil agenda on the African country saying “there are some things we do not share”.

The ‘gay rights’ Kenyatta insisted “our culture and our society do not accept”. “its very difficult for us to impose on people that [homosexuality]”.