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Gay Ugandan Woman Being Forced Back To Country Despite Violent Homophobic Murders!

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Something needs to be done for this poor woman!

As if the shocking and horrific murder of Ugandan gay rights activist David Kato wasn't terrible enough, it seems that this tragic loss will only make matters gravely worse for lesbian Brenda Namigadde, who is currently facing deportation from the UK and back to the homophobic country, where she fears that she'll be killed upon arrival without Kato's presence!

Namigadde has been held at the Yarl's Wood Immigration Removal Centre in Bedfordshire for the past two months, and is set to board a flight back to Uganda tomorrow night.

She revealed:

“I’m not feeling well at all, just worried. There is no hope. I am so broken. It makes me feel very bad. It’s really very scary to go back to Uganda. My life is gone as well. I am in danger. [Kato] is the one who was trying to stand for people.”

Absolutely sickening.

Unfortunately, British officials have yet to grant her asylum, under the argument that they have insufficient evidence that she is a lesbian. However, Mark Bromley, chair of the Council for Global Equality, seems to think that this might change if there is enough public outcry!

He explains:

"It seems like the changed circumstances [regarding Kato’s murder] would provide at least a temporary reprieve from deportation. In the past, public scrutiny and public outcry in the U.K. have been somewhat effective and have resulted in temporary reprieves."

Then as many people as possible need to speak up!

There has clearly been enough hatred in bloodshed in Uganda because of the people's horrific homophobia there!

PLEASE, do not let another poor person lose their lives because of something as minuscule as "insufficient evidence" of someone's sexual preference! How terrified for her life does she need to be to prove that she's telling the truth?!

Stay strong, Brenda. All hope is not lost yet.

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26 comments to “Gay Ugandan Woman Being Forced Back To Country Despite Violent Homophobic Murders!”



  1. 1

    Ungandan? Really? You type like a Teen Mom, Perez.



  2. 2

    WOW PEREZ!! Can't even spell the damn country you are writing about. How humiliating. Go back to Mexico, bitch.



  3. 3

    she got a mustache



  4. 4

    Well at lest some people learn a fact here. Gay, it's not a choice.



  5. 5

    I'm sure most people will think I'm a bastard for saying it, but I don't care if she's going to get killed upon her return, why should that be our problem over here.
    This is a small country, that's already stretched and struggling to cope, I don't see why we should have to look after people not born here.



  6. 6

    Re: kast1j – Its called caring about more than just the little bubble that is your own life and surroundings. Remember we created countries, not God or whoever. In the beginning all the continents were one. So yes, you have to care about more than just your "small" country because that is being human. CARING ABOUT OTHERS.

  7. EDSS says – reply to this


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    Re: kast1j – Because while she's not American, she's human. And we're humans before we're Americans.

    What an ignorant and selfish comment though. Think about this. Would you want another country to help you if you were being sent to death? YES!!! Think of how the woman must feel.



  8. 8

    Re: EDSS – Well said.



  9. 9

    how can we help speak up for this girl?? please reply! if you really care for this woman then give us a site where we can all speak out against having someone get killed!



  10. 10

    Part of me agrees that violence in not the answer. BUT.. I do believe that every single person has the GOD given right to defend their own life, and by whatever means necessary to do it.

    From what I understand, these people have been put on a published "hit list". Because of this, their lives are now in danger. Therefore, this is a dire and unique situation that they have been involuntarily placed in. They need to organize and weaponize themselves. Whatever it takes: knives, guns or even fuckin baseball bats.. They need to be prepared to defend their lives by any means necessary.

    They can try to kill you, and may even succeed.. But make sure you get a piece of the bastards first! Give them something to remember what did to you, that will be with them for the rest of their miserable lives.



  11. 11

    PLEASE, do not let another poor person lose their lives because of something as minuscule as "insufficient evidence" of someone's sexual preference! How terrified for her life does she need to be to prove that she's telling the truth?!

    - the point here is that every immigrant could cry "gay" in order to stay in the UK and then claim benefits. The point of the immigration authorities is to determine if this woman is telling the truth and "insufficient evidence" suggests that she is not and is trying to stay in the UK illegally. The same point would apply in greencard cases of fraud. The UK is stretched as it is..



  12. 12

    I'm all for helping immigrants out in the past, but the UK IS FULL now!..think about it, 62million people in a tiny little island compared to america..most of these immigrants lie about being gay or exaggerate their stories , get a cleaning job for 6 months, quit, get pregnant about 10 times and get BENEFITS. This should not happen. It doesn't happen anywhere else..no wonder everyone comes here, we give more to immigrants than our own population



  13. 13

    "There has clearly been enough hatred in bloodshed in Uganda because of the people's horrific homophobia there!" There has been bloodshed and violence there for decades and it has nothing to do with homosexuality, in fact violence towards homosexuals probably amounts to less than 1 percent of the violence ever committed there. Even the animals have post-traumatic stress disorder in that country, I think Uganda probably has far, far greater issues to deal with than this. I wish no harm to anyone but it pisses me off to see Perez carry on about this being a "homophobic" country and labeling the Ugandan people as having "horrific homophobia". Ugandans can't dissent, be it politically or otherwise, for fear of being killed. Given that this is the case, I'm sure that gay rights is down the bottom of the list of 'things to do' in Uganda. Fucking learn a thing or two about the world Perez before you try and label people as being this or that, DADT and the other gay issues in America are rainbows and lollipops compared to the hundreds of thousands of deaths and the millions displaced that Uganda has witnessed.



  14. 14

    Go you P to the H! I think it's amazing you are raising the profile of an issue that is so horrific but also crucial to the case, good for you. I have just started following you from down under for your salacious and juicy goss but I have to say I am heartened to know that you are an advicator of really important issues that need public attention. I heart you PH xx PS Am listening to the divanyls, nice xx



  15. 15

    I wonder what Perez will say if it turns out she is lying and just doesnt wanna go back to Uganda cos she gets a ton of free money in the UK like all other immigrants do. What will you say then Perez? will you say, 'hang the bitch' because she lied about being gay? Your attitude to human rights is so messed up as you only care about gay rights, not human rights or you would've written about all the other horrific things that happen to people in Uganda, or are they not important enough cos they're not gay?



  16. 16

    It doesn't really matter if he can spell Uganda..There are bigger issues here!!!



  17. 17

    Re: kast1j – There for but the grace of God…You small minded person….



  18. 18

    Re: kast1j – How very Nick Griffin of you!



  19. 19

    We allowed Abu Hamza, a man wanted for murder and acts of terrorism in Eygpt, stay in the UK because we do not deport people who will face the death penalty on return to their country of origin. As a result he headed one of the largest mosques in the UK, ran a hate campaign, praised 7/7 and 9/11 and encouraged fundamentalist behaviour and was an active participant in recruiting young muslims to fundamentalist Islamic sects. And it was only after years of legal battles that we were finally able to deport him.
    Yet if a woman (a very innocent woman) is to face the death penalty as a result of her sexuality we'll chuck her out without a second thought?! The UK can only legally do this as there is no way of producing absolute proof of sexuality (in this case). I feel ashamed to be British today.



  20. 20

    Yeh everyones got their sob story. All these immigarnats are quickly turning a once great country into a toilet and making life a living hell for the British people who live and work there. The last thing England needs is another freeloading lezzer.



  21. 21

    Re: mattyvoyager – Actually, the last thing we need is another small minded prick like you



  22. 22

    There are so many issues of violence in Uganda - child soldiers, for example. When you look at all of the HUGE problems the country has been going through for YEARS, this one homosexual individual is near the bottom of my list. It is ridiculous you people decide to suddenly care about Uganda when it is regarding one gay person returning to the country, as opposed to caring about all the much larger scale atrocities that have been happening there, involving thousands of people. If you "care about humans before caring about Americans", then you should be raising awareness to all of these much greater issues instead and doing much more for human rights than reading this stupid website and agreeing with perezhilton, this stupid man only cares about issues when gays are involved - hello, prejudice!



  23. 23

    Re: kast1j – It is our problem because of "C Street" evangelical politicians pushing their anti-homosexual agendas in these African countries.



  24. 24

    Re: stubborn_beauty – He is Cuban twat!!!



  25. 25

    It doesn't matter if she is or isn't a lesbian. If she has been added to that published "hit list" of possible homosexuals, her life is in danger. End of story. She should be allowed to stay in the UK, because her life is in danger. Her actual sexual preference is of no relevance.



  26. 26

    Re: EDSS – she isnt in american anyway…i dont get where youre coming from