NO GAY RIGHTS HERE !
Ojo que el artículo que a continuación reproduzco literalmente no ha sido publicado en un periódico generalista y como estado de opinión, sino en una nueva revista sectorial, especializada en comunicaciones de marketing que sresponde al nombre de BRAND POWER (y en su primer número, el del lanzamiento). ¿Que tendrá que ver la velocidad con el tocino? Vaya panda de trogloditas. ¡Y estos son los ilustrados! Utilizando una expresión mexicana: Así no hay modo.
Ahí va. No vomitéis, por favor.
El Viajero Accidental
BRAND POWER Ideas – Strategy – Power
Vol. 1, No. 3 Jan. 2012
NO GAY RIGHTS HERE !
“We have traditional names for homosexuals. So tell me what is not Nigerian about homosexuality. I had my collarbone smashed earlier this year for walking on the street with a boyfriend. Apart from that, you get verbal assaults every day”. These were the exact words of Rashid Williams, a 25-year old native of Minna Niger state.
It is a shame that this young man has allowed his western exposure to overshadow his African heritage which is rich in culture, custom and tradition, making the african brand unique despite the advent of western civilization.
Homosexuality is no doubt proudly a part of the western world and it is even supported and promoted by the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, who see it as an inalienable right which should not be infringed upon.
The recent bill by Nigerian senate to illegalize this western decadence is however only a complementary gesture as several African countries such as Ghana, Senegal, Uguanda and Kenya have all since criminalized this barbaric sexual act, thereby preserving the age-long natural value of the African brand.
Someone should therefore, please tell the young man that his smashed collarbone coupled with verbal assaults he receives every day are vivid signs that homosexuality is not nigerian and it is also against our tradition as Africans. Is it not interesting to note that advocates of homosexuality are all products of man’s intercourse with woman?