Dear President Museveni:
I was most happy to read in the BBC that you are "wary" of the anti-gay bill and that "...the MP who proposed the bill, who is member of the ruling party, did so as an individual and was not following government policy."
I understand the great pressure that you must have felt. The question is: What now? Under "foreign policy" do you and your cabinet take the "HIGH ROAD" of Articles 1, 5, 7, 9,12,16 & 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and accept and support ALL people? Or do you and your cabinet take the fear-mongering low road of discrmination and violence that may well lead to a call of "crimes against humanity" and take you before the International Criminal Court? What do you want? What are you willing to do to be a true hero adored by ALL your people?
I, as a citizen of the United States of America, I support this country in supporting you to have the courage and fortitude to lead your great country in taking the "HIGH ROAD" of tolerance and compassion.
With deepest respect,
K-lee Starland, Ph.D.