10 Million Kenyans Tell Obama: “Do Not Push Us

Barack Obama’s visit to Kenya is a mixed message for the President. The Kenyans like the President because of his Kenyan roots, but they don’t like at least one point of his politics – the President’s overtly gay agenda.

Obama has been to Africa before and every trip included a hard push from the Gay Mafia. Africa has a very traditional culture and homosexuality is not accepted there as it is among the President and his Progressive counterparts.

The Evangelical church in Kenya is doing what the Evangelical church in the US won’t. They’re telling the President to take his gay agenda and put it where the sun doesn’t shine.

Seven hundred Kenyan evangelical pastors have written an open letter asking the president not to come to their country and talk about the gay agenda.
Mark Kariuki is the key architect of that letter. He leads an alliance representing 38,000 churches and 10 million Kenyan Christians.
“We do not want him to come and talk on homosexuality in Kenya or push us to accepting that which is against our faith and culture,” Kariuki said.
Kariuki welcomes the president’s visit but says leave “the gay talk” in America.

Church leaders in in the US won’t do this because they’re afraid that their non-profit status will be reviewed and revoked by the IRS.

It’s unfortunate that he doesn’t respect the deep tradition of his homeland because Bishop Kariuki is absolutely right. Obama and his agenda are destroying America.


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