Liberian Clerics Blames Ebola on Gays
Gay people in Monravia are being increasingly terrorized, beaten and hunted down after Archbishop Lewis Zeigler suggested ebola might be caused by God ‘punishing Liberia (for) the act of homosexuality.”
Liberia’s influential Council of Churches also issued a similarly incendiary official resolution, directly linking the disease with sexual preferences.
“Liberians have to pray and seek God’s forgiveness over the corruption and immoral acts (such as homosexualism, etc.) that continue to penetrate our society,” the Church Council’s unanimously approved statement declared.
“As Christians, we must repent and seek God’s forgiveness” (to avoid infection) they also recommended. (GaystarNews: http://bit.ly/1wPzw6L )
Gay obsessed Harlem evangelical Pastor James David Manning of ATLAH Worldwide Missionary Church, meanwhile, accused laptop carrying, latte drinking Starbucks socialites of being responsible for spreading ebola in his latest posting on his video blog.
“Starbucks coffee stores are indeed ground zero for spreading Ebola and other diseases, because of the clientele of Starbucks,” Pastor Manning explained.
‘Generally upscaled sodomites who frequent Starbucks, who sit there with their computers and it’s a meeting place, they exchange a lot of body fluids, hands shaken and contact,” he continued.
“Stay away from Starbucks if you don’t want to get Ebola. And especially the Starbucks in the urban areas . .
In contrast, acclaimed documentary film-maker Sorious Samura criticised western clubbers in Liberia in general for ignoring prominent warnings that Ebola is transmitted via bodily fluids including kissing, in an interview with the Guardian last week.
“I saw westerners in nightclubs, on beaches, guys picking up prostitutes,” he recounted, “Westerners who ought to know better are going to nightclubs and partying and dancing. It beggars belief. It’s scary.” (Guardian)
America’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), meanwhile, warned that ebola can be spread through the air, when ‘droplets that are coughed or sneezed from a sick person enter the eyes, nose, or mouth of another person.’
“Droplets travel short distances, less than 3 feet (1 meter) from one person to another,” the CDC website explains, “A person might also get infected by touching a surface or object that has germs on it and then touching their mouth or nose.” (New York Post)
Following the New York Post’s publication of the CDC admission, the CDC removed the text from their website, declaring instead ‘Fact sheet is being updated and is currently unavailable. Please visit cdc.gov/Ebola for up-to-date information on Ebola.’
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