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    Posted: Jul 08 2014 at 11:25am

Thousands rally against tossing out buggery act; shout out for clean, righteous living

Stand up for families, fight against greed, selfishness, speakers urge

BY JAVENE SKYERS Observer writer skyersj@jamaicaobserver.com




POLICE last night estimated that around 25,000 Jamaicans turned out in their black, green and gold to support the Jamaica CAUSE (Churches Action Uniting Society for Emancipation) mass rally in Half-Way-Tree, St Andrew.

The rally called on Jamaicans to stand up for strong and healthy families, righteousness and justice as well as to resist the homosexual agenda and the repealing of the buggery act.

"I think this initiative is very good because it is important that we have a voice, because a lot of different things have been happening in Jamaica and we have to stand up," said Camille Morrison, while adding that it not just goes against God's will but against humanity, and in terms of homosexuality, biologically "di ting don't mek sense and as such it should not be imposed upon people as if it is something right."

After a short praise and worship session, the chairman of the rally, Alvin Bailey spoke to uniting every Jamaican, church, temple, and other institutions.

"We will do all that is righteous and Godly to accomplish the cause", said Bailey, highlighting that Jamaica is a society that demands respect and recognition of sovereignty.

"Our emancipation means standing up for strong families, our emancipation means standing against the homosexuality agenda, emancipation for us means standing up against the repealing of the buggery law," Bailey told the crowd, much to shouts of agreement.

Organisers said that there would be a series of talks and prayers throughout the evening to make people aware of what is happening.

"The seeds of greed and selfishness have been sown in the soil of corruption in public and private sector," said Rev Donald Cole, in commenting on the state of the nation.

"As a people, we have compromised to crime, violence, immorality, abuse of the weak and disrespect of authority. When young people rape and kill each other we should take a serious look at what they're watching and hearing," said Cole, insisting that the church has faced and is still facing a challenge to be part of the solution in this crisis.

He said that the prophetic voice of the church is often ignored or discarded, yet the church is often accused of negligence. Cole went on to say that in more recent times there has been an attempt to deny and refute Jamaica's laws and that if the symbols of the country such as the National Anthem and National Pledge are acknowledged and honoured, then Jamaica would be a social and economic model.

Cole said that the church will increase its prophetic role and will not be silenced, especially when it ought to be speaking boldly.

"We are standing here today because we want to see the moral thermometer of our nation rise again," Cole said, while highlighting that the process of restoring the old boundary stones of right and wrong, lawful and unlawful and good and evil, should begin.

"Jamaica's children belong to Jesus," rang out the cry of advocate Betty-Ann Blaine, who invited the crowd to shout as she took the stage. She also encouraged the audience to spend more time with their children and go back to the book of Genesis.

"We not gonna mek dem mis-educate our children, we not gonna mek dem misinform our children," shouted Blaine, who appealed to the crowd to make sure that children go back to Sunday School.

Blaine said that there has been a 72 per cent increase in buggery among children and as such "there is no way we changing the buggery law".

"These folks not interested in people like me ... me too old. Is the children them after," stated Blaine who revealed that she went to a funeral of a nine-month-old baby who was buggered and then killed.

She told the crowd that "we not teking that kind of sex education to our children," and urged parents to ensure that their child know that their body was the temple of God and that sex should stay until they have a career and get married.

"The battle is about your child. Let us declare again that Jamaican children belong to Jesus. We are going to fight, dem nuh see me fight yet, we are going to fight for our children, they will not get our children," Blaine said before exiting the stage.

A prayer by pastor Harry Walcott and a speech by President of the Love March Movement Daniel Thomas were among the other items on the programme.

CAUSE volunteers invited people to sign a petition against the repealing of the buggery law which will be sent to the prime minster.

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Originally posted by rohan rohan wrote:

Blaine said that there has been a 72 per cent increase in buggery among children and as such "there is no way we changing the buggery law".




Obviously can't speak to the validity of that statistic. But if it's true, is she referring to an increase in children being raped? Or an increase in children participating in homosexual acts among themselves?

In the first case, they should be more worried about rapists and safety than a buggery law. In the second case, they should be more worried about why children are getting exposed to sexual acts at a young age, which also has nothing to do with the law.

Either way, misplaced priorities.

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Wait, among other things is this group seriously comparing homosexuality and child rape?

*Sits next to Afro and the place holder*

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Lol why all the placeholders? LOL
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There are so many ways this article can be broke down.
this is going to be an interesting debate...waits for Diane and Wildfire to appear
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looking at that crowd they need to be rallying to resist ratchet weaves because honey.....
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...the churchs are marching ...but yet some of these same pastors ...deacons and reverends are committing the same act against children in their congregation.
The Buggery law is also used as a excuse in some rape cases in Jamaica.
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Originally posted by rohan rohan wrote:

Lol why all the placeholders? LOL
I am side eyeing the group in this article too hard to formulate a non-offensive opinion so I will sit with my drama tea and wait for others to speak on it.LOLEmbarrassed
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If we abolish the buggery law...

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If we abolish the buggery law…

Dear Editor,

It is of the utmost importance that we do our best to influence the Government of Jamaica not to abolish the buggery law. For if it is abolished, this is what will happen in our country:

HIV and AIDS will not be reduced, but will get out of control. In countries where the law forbidding buggery has been removed, statistics show that HIV and AIDS have not been reduced. In the USA, gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) represent approximately two per cent of the US population, yet are the ones most severely affected by HIV.

In 2010, young gay and bi-sexual men (aged 13-24 years) accounted for 72 per cent of new HIV infections among all persons aged 13 to 24. (See http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/risk/gender/msm/facts/index.html).

France abolished the buggery law in 1791. However, the Lancet Medical Journal (2010) stated that: "In France, HIV transmission disproportionately affects certain risk groups and seems to be out of control in the MSM population." (See http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20832367).

Data from 23 European countries show that the annual number of HIV diagnoses in MSMs has increased by 86 per cent between 2000 and 2006.

The customary ways of controlling the spread of HIV and AIDS among homosexuals will not work. The Lancet Medical Journal points out that "HIV prevention approaches to date have been insufficient to curb epidemics in MSMs. Because of the high biological risks of HIV transmission associated with anal intercourse, the bar for HIV prevention may be higher for MSMs. To date, no single HIV prevention approach is sufficient to control the expansion of HIV epidemics among MSMs.

HIV has disproportionately affected gay men and other MSM since the beginning of the pandemic."

Since the homosexual lifestyle is the number one cause for the rapid spread of HIV and AIDS, the solution to the problem is not the abolition of the buggery law, but that homosexuals give up their lifestyle, come to Jesus Christ for cleansing with His blood, and be given freedom from the addiction to commit homosexuality.

Jesus Christ took the blame and punishment for all the sins that people have committed. He did this when He died on the cross. God also raised Him from the dead on the third day so that people may not only be forgiven of whatever sins they have committed, but also may be set free from the power or control that sin tries to have over them.

What you need to do is to be sorry for whatever sins that you have done; decide to give up the sins; put your faith in the blood of Jesus Christ to wash you clean and to make you a new person in the way that you think, feel, speak and act; confess Jesus Christ to be your Lord, that is, to be your Master, the One who is in charge of your whole life from now onwards; and be joined to Jesus Christ in a spiritual union through baptism into His death, burial and resurrection from the dead.

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