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04.03.2024 Feature Article

For compassionate reasons I will continue to fight to protect the basic human rights of all in Ghana - including our gay demographics

For compassionate reasons I will continue to fight to protect the basic human rights of all in Ghana - including our gay demographics
04.03.2024 LISTEN

Dear critical-reader, regardless of what our laws say, I will continue to fight for the basic human rights of all who live in our homeland Ghana, including persecuted individuals amongst Ghana's gay demographics. Full stop.

Luckily, like me, there are many compassionate individuals across our country, who don't personally approve of, or engage in same sex marriage and same sex relationships, but who nonetheless care about Ghana remaining a free and liberal society, in which the state doesn't poke its busy-body-nose in personal relationships. Hallelujah.

We all need to make the point boldly, that the vociferous and generously foreign funded anti LGBTQI+ lobbyists in Ghana, should simply let God Almighty, who is pure, blameless and without sin, deal directly with gay people, full stop.

The question wise and aspirational individuals in Ghana ought to ponder over is: Why should anti-LGBTQI+ lobbyists in Ghana, mere mortals full of sin like all of us, and who, like many of us, might even have many skeletons hidden in their their metaphorical personal wardrobes, too, lol, pass judgment on others and crucify them, in the name of God Almighty? Haaba.

How many of those sodden hypocrites are pure and without sin - for them to have the audacity to arrogate to themselves, the right and power, to judge and persecute others? Kwaseasem, araaaa, kwa, lol. Their dangerous self-righteousness, is laughable as far as someone like me is concerned. Are they not profiting mightily from using God's name in their slick better Ghanaian family values branding to attract super-wealthy far-right foreign backers, I ask? Shameful. Abominable. Unpardonable.

Being someone who fears no human being, and refuses to allow anyone to bully him, despite Ghana's new anti-LGBTQI+ laws, I intend to continue fighting to protect the basic human rights of all the people who approach me for such support, including gay people - and dare anyone in this country that describes itself as deeply-religious, but is full of philandering-hypocrites and misogynistic males, to have me arrested for showing compassion to a stigmatised and vulnerable demographic, most of whom are decent human beings, when one actually gets to know them quite well, after all. Sarjewah.

For all the aforementioned reasons, therefore, regardless of what our laws say, dear critical-reader, I, Kofi Thompson, will continue to fight for the basic human rights of all who live in Ghana, including persecuted individuals amongst Ghana's gay demographics. Full stop. Case closed. No fears. Anansekrom pure nonsense on bamboo stilts, lol. Tweaaaaaa...

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