March 11th, 2010 by M. French

Update: Martin Ssempa provided some in depth analysis of the show on his blog here.

The interview with controversial Ugandan Pastor Martin Ssempa on the “Anti-Homosexuality” bill is available here: http://lineoffireradio.askdrbrown.org/2010/03/11/march-11-2010/.  Various gay activists were invited to participate in the discussion, but declined.  Jim Burroway, one of the individuals that declined, had this to say about Ssempa:

There is a reason we don’t take the word of liars like Martin Ssempa at face value. The man of “the Word” willfully misrepresents the very words of the “Kill the Gays Bill” — yes, I said it again — and what they really mean. That’s why we have the full text of the bill posted here (PDF: 847KB/16 pages), straight from the official governmental Uganda Gazette in which all bills are published before being voted on. We posted the full text of the bill for a very simple reason — so that you can see for yourself exactly what the bill says.

Ssempa, on the other hand, is too cowardly to post the text of the bill on any of his web sites. And the truth is he can’t, because if he did those very words would show Ssempa’s followers exactly what a compulsive liar he really is. He cannot post the bill, and he desperately hopes that nobody else reads it to learn what it actually says.

“Liar”? “Cowardly”? “Compulsive liar”?  Listen to the interview below, and decide for yourself if Ssempa is indeed all of these things.


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March 11th, 2010 by M. French

Martin Ssempa, who will be appearing on the Line of Fire today at 3pm EST, was featured in last night’s edition of Nightline:


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March 5th, 2010 by M. French

A Ugandan Pastor named Martin Ssempa will be appearing on Dr. Michael Brown’s live radio program, The Line of Fire, on Thursday, March 11th, from 3:00-4:00 PM, EST, discussing the Ugandan ‘anti-homosexuality’ bill. Dr. Brown will be taking calls during the program at 866-348-7884. Listeners will be able to listen live online by clicking HERE. The program will be available to download shortly after it airs.


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