Worldwide, the government is spending millions to legitimize and normalize the LGBTQ agenda, which is being promoted unabatedly on a global scale. However, regardless of how much the US government, Europe, and other nations cherish it and are sure that a woman marrying a woman is appropriate; they can preserve it as legitimate in their country without pressuring African authorities to allow homosexuality. The majority of Ghanaians reject the idea of legalizing homosexuality in Ghana.
Barack Obama, the former US president, created additional history in the summer of 2015 when he made same-sex marriage legal in America. Since then, he has advocated for the LGBTQ struggle everywhere he goes, up until he visited his Kenyan roots and encountered resistance. Obama received a clear message: just because he has Kenyan ancestry doesn't give him the right to advise Kenyans to legalize same-sex marriage because it is not supported by their culture.
It is no longer a secret that the governments of Western Europe and the US are investing millions of dollars to legitimize LGBTQ rights, but they can't stand the fierce opposition they face in some African nations. France has only recently joined the call for funding for its embassies to support LGBTQ+ rights globally. Ghanaians must stand up for their nation; giving money to African leaders won't foster the acceptance of homosexuality. What is the logic behind the legalization of homosexuality in Africa?
Africa is not a big continent for nothing; it has all the precious metals and resources that for decades before and after independence swept through, European and American governments depend heavily on. For example, cobalt is a valuable mineral mined in Congo that all developed countries need to produce car, computer, and cell phone components. However, since the use of biological weapons affects the whole world, the need to legalize homosexuality will cause the population to decrease.
France promotes LGBTQ Rights already, so we need to find out why announcing to fund it to the tune of two million Euros. The military takeovers of French colonists in Africa, have dealt a heavy blow to the country and as a result; billions have been lost. Therefore; France believes it is necessary to use money as bait to encourage leaders, especially in third-world countries, to fight for LGBTQ rights and legalize homosexuality to avoid population explosion, and to have access to more of Africa’s resources.
Nigeria is expected to surpass the United States as the third-most populated nation in the world by 2050 with a population of 400 million. The unprecedented population boom that is occurring on the continent has become a major concern to the developed world. The true aim, however, is not to defend the rights of LGBTQ people but rather to encourage homosexuality to slow population growth because they also have to survive on Africa’s resources.
Sub-Saharan Africa's population is growing at a rate of 2.7% per year, more than twice as fast as South Asia and Latin America. Bill Gates, currently very quiet, after his wife divorced him, has repeatedly expressed concerns and publicly proposed methods to reduce the rapid growth of the world's population.
Another reason why Western and American governments use money as bait to legalize homosexuality is because gay men die on average 24 years earlier than straight people. In other words, homosexual activity reduces life expectancy, and scientists have proved it.