Uganda Says It Will Will Send Troops to Defend Moscow

Uganda Says It Will Will Send Troops to Defend Moscow. By John Hayward.

Muhoozi Kainerugaba, the son of Ugandan strongman President Yoweri Museveni and a general in the Ugandan Army, said on Thursday that his country would send troops to defend Moscow if the Western world goes to war against Russia.

“Call me a ‘Putinist’ if you will, but we, Uganda shall send soldiers to defend Moscow if it’s ever threatened by the Imperialists!” Kainerugaba thundered on Twitter.

“In Africa, we only believe in President Putin when it comes to Eastern Europe. The West is wasting its time with its useless pro-Ukraine propaganda,” he said, referring to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“Russia, China, Africa, India, and South America shall win in Ukraine. 75% of humanity shall win against 15%,” Kainerugaba declared.

In other Ugandan news, the Ugandan president calls on Africa to ‘save the world from homosexuality’ (by Arthur Parashar):

The president of Uganda has called on Africa to ‘save the world from homosexuality’ just days after a controversial bill to jail all gay people was passed through the Ugandan parliament.

It suggests that president Yoweri Museveni will sign the shocking bill, which imposes the death penalty for ‘aggravated homosexuality’, into Ugandan law.

Ugandans will be banned from ‘promoting and abetting’ homosexuality as well as from conspiring to engage in same-sex relationships under the law, which human rights groups have condemned as ‘appalling’.

Speaking on Sunday, Museveni said that homosexuality was ‘a big threat and danger to the procreation of human race’.

‘Africa should provide the lead to save the world from this degeneration and decadence, which is really very dangerous for humanity,’ the president said

hat-tip Stephen Neil