Wednesday, 16 November 2016


As an Australian, I know of Africa only from what I have learned from child hood. My first experience was with the book Nada the Lily by H. Rider Haggard that told of the life of Chaka Zulu and his fierce impis of warriors. 

As a teenager, I watched the movie Zulu and the attack on British soldiers at Rorke's Drift.

Then I watched the inhumanity of the aparthheid policy particularly in the movie Cry Freedom. I felt shame at the killings of school children at the guns of police. 

I read of the killings of African National Congress and the horror of necklacing with a burning tire placed on the neck of a victim.

Life in Africa has been cruel and harsh for a century or more. Africa has suffered greatly at the hands of Idi Amin with genocidal killings in Rwanda and the violence in Ethiopia, Somalia, Libya and Liberia. 

We read reports of the killings of Al-Shabab in Somalia and the Boko Haram in Nigeria. The young school girls were kidnapped from their school.

We read of how the Constitution of post-apartheid South Africa has given full rights to gays and lesbians. We read of men raping lesbian women to retrain them. Please click:

Corrective rape: The homophobic fallout of post-apartheid South Africa
May 21, 2015 ... South Africa has highest rates of rape in the world - 
including ' corrective rape' - used to 'cure' lesbian women of their homosexuality.

It is called corrective rape. It may also be to rescue young girls from older lesbian women and warn them to keep away. 

Let us hope that this is not lesbian misinformation such as we see in Papua New Guinea at the hands of UN paedophiles. There are many reports on Google that explain that South African schools are homophobic. 

It is possible for activists to set up confrontation situations. Why is there a problem in South African schools but none in Papua New Guinea schools? There seems to be gross exaggeration in the South African reports on Google..

The greatest scourge of Africa has been HIV/AIDS. It has many causes including the apartheid separation of men from their families to work in gold mines. 

It is amazing that out of all this suffering has come a message of hope for HIV/AIDS sufferers with the Positive Living message promoted particularly by church care groups. Both the Christian and Islamic faith are strong in Africa. 

Foreign gays, lesbians and paedophiles know to keep away from Africa. They know that they would be in danger particularly in Moslem countries.

There is no opposition to Family Positive Living in Africa. So many people in so many African countries have suffered the loss of family members through violence that there is only the desire to care for surviving members.

The people of Papua New Guinea have never suffered on such a massive scale. But the PNG people need to embrace the family Positive Living message of Africa.

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