Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Quaker Railroad Helps 107 LGBT Ugandans

With all the Christian organisations promoting discrimination against gay people, claiming that they're Nazis, and selling coffee to raise funds to persecute them, it is truly refreshing to see one Christian organisation trying to help Uganda's LGBT community.

A group of Quakers calling themselves Friends New Underground Railroad (FNUR) formed to take action and help gays and lesbians in Uganda escape persecution.

So far they have assisted an estimated 107 people to escape from Uganda, leaving egg on the face of Scott Long from Human Rights Watch whose most constructive comment was:

This is not the kind of stuff that well-meaning amateurs can do

Well, apparently it is Scott. 

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