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29 May 2010

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nahtans

excellent

Jim

“We must all recommit ourselves to ending the persecution and criminalization of sexual orientation and gender identity.”

For many, it would have to be “commit” instead of “recommit.” It would sound stronger, too.

Fine statement.

Da 'RealistOne

Hmmmm.
Alright, nice statement.

Now if the Govt could stand and live by their own statements, maybe they wouldn't be viewed as much of a hypocrite most people think they are.

Karon

The only reason President Bingu wa Mutharika pardoned Tiwonge Chimbalanga and Steven Monjeza was because 'the countries that give them the biggest donations and other civilized developed nations would likely sanction them. Im glad it happened and thats how you get things done. I hope those 2 guys will be safe in their own country.

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