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On 5/1/2022 at 12:25 AM, singalion said:

 

I deny facts and the truth? 

 

Have I not stated sufficiently and often that the Penal Code of Antigua has this statute?

 

What do I deny?

 

But:

 

May I ask again whether homosexuals in Antigua are criminalised in fact and real life and prosecuted for their acts by the authorities?

 

Yes or no?

 


You deny the fact that the existence of the law is discriminatory and the non-enforcement is irrelevant. 
 

 

May I ask again whether the law in Antigua that criminalises homosexuality exists and there is absolute guarantee it will never be used? 

 

Yes or no?

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:26 AM, singalion said:

 

Nonsensical. 

 

Either you don't know how laws are repealed or you just "act blur". 

 

 


The ministers in Antigua if they are worth their salt will know what needs to be done to repeal laws. What is nonsensical about it? 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:27 AM, 7heaven said:


And in reality, does the law that criminalises homosexuality in Antigua exists? Yes or no? 
 

Has the Antigua authorities taken steps to repeal law? Yes or no? 
 

Who lost his case then already 4 days ago?

 

Give it up, you are not making any inroads by claiming things that obviously contradict your version of facts and reality. 

 

Do I? 

 

When you have run already into a dead end road?

 

What new straw to rescue you now is to ask for repealing a law? 

 

Your point simply contradicts the truth that gays in Antigua are no longer criminalised due to the fact that the authorities no longer prosecute them!

 

Your point contradicts the reality and facts in Antigua!

 

 

Who do you intend to convince on BW? Yourself?

 

 

It is also a fact that you are fighting a lost case as the facts confirm my reasoning: 

 

See here:

Substantiation:

The lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgendered community (LBGT)
47. Persons from the LBGT are generally not discriminated against in Antigua and Barbuda and there are several well-known personalities from the LBGT community who live freely and in peace like any citizen. Buggery between two consenting adults is illegal under the Provisions of the Sexual Offence Act 1993; consenting adults are not prosecuted however if the act is committed against juveniles or without consent it will be prosecuted. One of the Senators in the Gaston Browne administration also identifies openly a member of the LGBT community.

https://www.ohchr.org/en/hr-bodies/upr/ag-indext

The Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Legal Affairs Maureen Payne-Hyman of Antigua and Barbuda assured the UN Human Rights Council that the LGBT community is not prosecuted in the country during the last examination by the UN Human Rights Council's verification on Antigua in February 2022.

 

The UN Human Rights Council even came to a conclusion that gays in Antigua are generally not discriminated.

 

The UN Human Rights Council even came to a conclusion that gays in Antigua are generally not discriminated.

 

47. Persons from the LBGT are generally not discriminated against in Antigua and Barbuda and there are several well-known personalities from the LBGT community who live freely and in peace like any citizen.

https://www.ohchr.org/en/hr-bodies/upr/ag-indext

 

This is official since the publication in the Antigua Observer dated 10 May 2016 and through the yearly confirmations made by the UN Human Rights Council Reports. 

 

 

 

Does this confirm that homosexuals are criminalised in Antigua in reality in 2022???

 

 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:29 AM, singalion said:

 

This is your repeated claim. 

 

I guess BW readers are well aware and can see daily who posts unsubstantiated claims at BW and never provides any evidence to back the claims at all. 

 

 


This is your repeated denial because it contradicts your version of reality. 
 

I guess people here are well aware of how you will repeatedly deny truths and facts that contradict what you want to believe and claim that others did not provide evidence to back their claims when they clearly have done so. 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:34 AM, 7heaven said:


The ministers in Antigua if they are worth their salt will know what needs to be done to repeal laws. What is nonsensical about it? 

 

You pretend as if a Minister can just repeal a law. 

 

But they cannot alone. 

 

This is sidetracking distracting and irrelevant. 

 

You are just jumping from one nonsensical point to the nexr because you just don't want to admit that you were wrong from the start.

 

I m not going to entertain your futile attempts to distract. 

 

 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:37 AM, singalion said:

 

Do I? 

 

When you have run already into a dead end road?

 

What new straw to rescue you now is to ask for repealing a law? 

 

Your point simply contradicts the truth that gays in Antigua are no longer criminalised due to the fact that the authorities no longer prosecute them!

 

Your point contradicts the reality and facts in Antigua!

 

 

Who do you intend to convince on BW? Yourself. 

 

 

It is also a fact that you are fighting a lost case as the facts confirm my reasoning: 

 

See here:

Substantiation:

The lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgendered community (LBGT)
47. Persons from the LBGT are generally not discriminated against in Antigua and Barbuda and there are several well-known personalities from the LBGT community who live freely and in peace like any citizen. Buggery between two consenting adults is illegal under the Provisions of the Sexual Offence Act 1993; consenting adults are not prosecuted however if the act is committed against juveniles or without consent it will be prosecuted. One of the Senators in the Gaston Browne administration also identifies openly a member of the LGBT community.

https://www.ohchr.org/en/hr-bodies/upr/ag-indext

The Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Legal Affairs Maureen Payne-Hyman of Antigua and Barbuda assured the UN Human Rights Council that the LGBT community is not prosecuted in the country during the last examination by the UN Human Rights Council's verification on Antigua in February 2022.

 

The UN Human Rights Council even came to a conclusion that gays in Antigua are generally not discriminated.

 

The UN Human Rights Council even came to a conclusion that gays in Antigua are generally not discriminated.

 

47. Persons from the LBGT are generally not discriminated against in Antigua and Barbuda and there are several well-known personalities from the LBGT community who live freely and in peace like any citizen.

https://www.ohchr.org/en/hr-bodies/upr/ag-indext

 

This is official since the publication in the Antigua Observer dated 10 May 2016 and through the yearly confirmations made by the UN Human Rights Council Reports. 

 

 

 

Does this confirm that homosexuals are criminalised in Antigua in reality in 2022???

 

 


Don’t you? 
 

The law that criminalises homosexuality in Antigua exists. That is factual. If it is not enforced, why don’t they repeal it? 
 

The existence of such a law is discriminatory to lgbt groups. There is no need for new “straw” because the current “straw” has not been refuted in any shape or form. 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:37 AM, 7heaven said:


This is your repeated denial because it contradicts your version of reality. 
 

I guess people here are well aware of how you will repeatedly deny truths and facts that contradict what you want to believe and claim that others did not provide evidence to back their claims when they clearly have done so. 

 

BW readers very well recognise what tremendous efforts I undertake to substantiate all my points. 

 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:41 AM, singalion said:

 

You pretend as if a Minister can just repeal a law. 

 

But they cannot alone. 

 

This is sidetracking distracting and irrelevant. 

 

You are just jumping from one nonsensical point to the nexr because you just don't want to admit that you were wrong from the start.

 

I m not going to entertain your futile attempts to distract. 

 

 


You pretend that the ministers don’t know the procedures to have the law repealed. 
 

There is no distraction. Everything happens for a reason. If the law is not enforced why don’t the ministers repeal the law?

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:41 AM, 7heaven said:


Don’t you? 
 

The law that criminalises homosexuality in Antigua exists. That is factual. If it is not enforced, why don’t they repeal it? 
 

The existence of such a law is discriminatory to lgbt groups. There is no need for new “straw” because the current “straw” has not been refuted in any shape or form. 

 

But the realitity is this:

 

Substantiation:

The lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgendered community (LBGT)
47. Persons from the LBGT are generally not discriminated against in Antigua and Barbuda and there are several well-known personalities from the LBGT community who live freely and in peace like any citizen. Buggery between two consenting adults is illegal under the Provisions of the Sexual Offence Act 1993; consenting adults are not prosecuted however if the act is committed against juveniles or without consent it will be prosecuted. One of the Senators in the Gaston Browne administration also identifies openly a member of the LGBT community.

https://www.ohchr.org/en/hr-bodies/upr/ag-indext

The Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Legal Affairs Maureen Payne-Hyman of Antigua and Barbuda assured the UN Human Rights Council that the LGBT community is not prosecuted in the country during the last examination by the UN Human Rights Council's verification on Antigua in February 2022.

 

The UN Human Rights Council even came to a conclusion that gays in Antigua are generally not discriminated.

 

The UN Human Rights Council even came to a conclusion that gays in Antigua are generally not discriminated.

 

47. Persons from the LBGT are generally not discriminated against in Antigua and Barbuda and there are several well-known personalities from the LBGT community who live freely and in peace like any citizen.

https://www.ohchr.org/en/hr-bodies/upr/ag-indext

 

 

 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:44 AM, 7heaven said:


You pretend that the ministers don’t know the procedures to have the law repealed. 
 

There is no distraction. Everything happens for a reason. If the law is enforced why don’t the ministers repeal the law?

 

Sure it is a nonsensical distraction as a minister doesn't make the majority in a parliament. He might not even be a member of parliament. 

 

 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:43 AM, singalion said:

 

BW readers very well recognise what tremendous efforts I undertake to substantiate all my points. 

 


Readers will also know you think tremendous efforts to excuse yourself from providing the links to the source of what you quote here. 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:44 AM, singalion said:

 

But the realitity is this:

 

Substantiation:

The lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgendered community (LBGT)
47. Persons from the LBGT are generally not discriminated against in Antigua and Barbuda and there are several well-known personalities from the LBGT community who live freely and in peace like any citizen. Buggery between two consenting adults is illegal under the Provisions of the Sexual Offence Act 1993; consenting adults are not prosecuted however if the act is committed against juveniles or without consent it will be prosecuted. One of the Senators in the Gaston Browne administration also identifies openly a member of the LGBT community.

https://www.ohchr.org/en/hr-bodies/upr/ag-indext

The Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Legal Affairs Maureen Payne-Hyman of Antigua and Barbuda assured the UN Human Rights Council that the LGBT community is not prosecuted in the country during the last examination by the UN Human Rights Council's verification on Antigua in February 2022.

 

The UN Human Rights Council even came to a conclusion that gays in Antigua are generally not discriminated.

 

The UN Human Rights Council even came to a conclusion that gays in Antigua are generally not discriminated.

 

47. Persons from the LBGT are generally not discriminated against in Antigua and Barbuda and there are several well-known personalities from the LBGT community who live freely and in peace like any citizen.

https://www.ohchr.org/en/hr-bodies/upr/ag-indext

 

 

 


The law in Antigua that criminalises homosexuality exists and has not been repealed. The non-enforcement is irrelevant. 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:47 AM, 7heaven said:


Readers will also know you think tremendous efforts to excuse yourself from providing the links to the source of what you quote here. 

 

This is a nonsensical excuse for your laziness. 

 

By googling the headlines you had found the links immediatedly if you had wanted. 

 

But in fact you don't want as it would devoid your own claims!

 

I m not dumb not to realise where you intend heading to. 

 

 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:46 AM, singalion said:

 

Sure it is a nonsensical distraction as a minister doesn't make the majority in a parliament. He might not even be a member of parliament. 

 

 


Then it is worse because the minister words don’t represent the government. You just scored your own goal. Lol. 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:41 AM, 7heaven said:

The law that criminalises homosexuality in Antigua exists. That is factual. If it is not enforced, why don’t they repeal it? 
 

The existence of such a law is discriminatory to lgbt groups. There is no need for new “straw” because the current “straw” has not been refuted in any shape or form. 

 

On 5/1/2022 at 12:51 AM, 7heaven said:


The law in Antigua that criminalises homosexuality exists and has not been repealed. The non-enforcement is irrelevant. 

 

Obsessive and compulsive repetitions of exactly same content by 7heaven. 

 

Must we or should we draw conclusions on 7heaven's mental state???

 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:51 AM, singalion said:

 

This is a nonsensical excuse for your laziness. 

 

By googling the headlines you had found the links immediatedly if you had wanted. 

 

But in fact you don't want as it would devoid your own claims!

 

I m not dumb not to realise where you intend heading to. 

 

 


Ironically you claim others don’t provide evidence and substantiation, but you yourself kept refusing to paste links here. 
 

Have you gone to school where you need to provide citations in what you wrote? This is basic. Lol. 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:53 AM, singalion said:

 

 

Obsessive and compulsive repetitions of exactly same content by 7heaven. 

 

Must we or should we draw conclusions on 7heaven's mental state???

 


Lol. You can conclude what you like based on your imagined world. 
 

The emphasis is simply to show Disney employees double standards in protesting Florida Parental Rights in Education Law but kept silent in Antigua and other countries that have discriminatory laws in Middle East, African continent countries and China. 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:52 AM, 7heaven said:


Then it is worse because the minister words don’t represent the government. You just scored your own goal. Lol. 

 

There is no self goal as it is mere logic that a single minister does not make up a majority in parliament.

 

This is also totally absurd as two different ministers have confirmed the same official proclamation. 

 

The confirmations on this has been given by another Minister in charge of Social, Ms Marshall during the 2022 UN Human Rights council session. 

 

 

2016: The Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Legal Affairs Maureen Payne-Hyman of Antigua and Barbuda assured the UN Human Rights Council that the LGBT community is not prosecuted in the country during the last examination by the UN Human Rights

 

 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:51 AM, 7heaven said:


The law in Antigua that criminalises homosexuality exists and has not been repealed. The non-enforcement is 

 

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On 5/1/2022 at 1:11 AM, singalion said:

 

There is no self goal as it is mere logic that a single minister does not make up a majority in parliament.

 

This is also totally absurd as two different ministers have confirmed the same official proclamation. 

 

The confirmations on this has been given by another Minister in charge of Social, Ms Marshall during the 2022 UN Human Rights council session. 

 

 

2016: The Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Legal Affairs Maureen Payne-Hyman of Antigua and Barbuda assured the UN Human Rights Council that the LGBT community is not prosecuted in the country during the last examination by the UN Human Rights

 

 


Ok. Whether it is 1 or 2 or 7 ministers, why don’t they repeal the law that criminalises homosexuality? What’s stopping them? 

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On 5/1/2022 at 1:21 AM, singalion said:

 

How self embarrassing your whole claims about the criminalisation of gays in Antigua already is can be seen by your lack of knowledge or verification as the openly gay person in the Antigua government is no other than the Antigua Prime Minister himself!

 

 

I kept this all these days as the last part to demonstrate what a complete clown and total "Know Nothing" you are!

 

 

2021 UN Human Rights Counsel Report: One of the Senators in the Gaston Browne administration also identifies openly a member of the LGBT community.

 

Antigua and Barbuda Cabinet

Honourable Gaston Browne, Prime Minister

 

 

Do you see 7heaven how you self embarass yourself to the max at BW with your absurd and irrational posts and repetitions???

 

 


Lol. Singalion just scored another own goal. The PM of Antigua is gay and despite that they have not repealed the law that criminalises homosexuality. 

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On 5/1/2022 at 1:54 AM, 7heaven said:


Lol. Singalion just scored another own goal. The PM of Antigua is gay and despite that they have not repealed the law that criminalises homosexuality. 

 

See this is more evidence of your trait not to verify anything and your laziness not to substantiate or evidence what you post!

 

This is unprofessional and clear evidence for lacking intelligence. 

 

A simple research had shown you that the PM is married and surely not the openly gay Minister!

 

I just wanted to evidence for all at BW how unprofessional you work on the subject here. 

 

There is no penny that anyone can trust anything what you post at BW because of the way how you ignore facts and don't do background checks at all. 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 5/1/2022 at 2:05 AM, singalion said:

 

See this is more evidence of your trait not to verify anything and your laziness not to substantiate or evidence what you post!

 

This is unprofessional and clear evidence for lacking intelligence. 

 

A simple research had shown you that the PM is married and surely not the openly gay Minister!

 

I just wanted to evidence for all at BW how unprofessional you work on the subject here. 

 

There is no penny that anyone can trust anything what you post at BW because of the way how you ignore facts and don't do background checks at all. 

 

 

 

 

 


You just undermined your own credibility by setting “traps”. However, you did not think through properly whether it will backfire on you and not to mention you don’t provide links to your source of what you quote and claim to substantiate here. 
 

In this case, the fact remains that Antigua has a law that criminalises homosexuality. If the PM is gay, it just further undermines your case because that law has not been repealed. 

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On 5/1/2022 at 2:31 AM, 7heaven said:

In this case, the fact remains that Antigua has a law that criminalises homosexuality.

 

And?

 

What if in reality the law is no longer acted upon as confirmed by the Antigua government?

 

Closing your both eyes to reality and facts?

 

Substantiation:

The lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgendered community (LBGT)
47. Persons from the LBGT are generally not discriminated against in Antigua and Barbuda and there are several well-known personalities from the LBGT community who live freely and in peace like any citizen. Buggery between two consenting adults is illegal under the Provisions of the Sexual Offence Act 1993; consenting adults are not prosecuted however if the act is committed against juveniles or without consent it will be prosecuted. One of the Senators in the Gaston Browne administration also identifies openly a member of the LGBT community.

https://www.ohchr.org/en/hr-bodies/upr/ag-indext

The Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Legal Affairs Maureen Payne-Hyman of Antigua and Barbuda assured the UN Human Rights Council that the LGBT community is not prosecuted in the country during the last examination by the UN Human Rights Council's verification on Antigua in February 2022.

 

The UN Human Rights Council even came to a conclusion that gays in Antigua are generally not discriminated.

 

The UN Human Rights Council even came to a conclusion that gays in Antigua are generally not discriminated.

 

47. Persons from the LBGT are generally not discriminated against in Antigua and Barbuda and there are several well-known personalities from the LBGT community who live freely and in peace like any citizen.

https://www.ohchr.org/en/hr-bodies/upr/ag-indext

 

If this is a fact, how can you argue that homosexuals in Antigua are placed in jails for gay sex acts, if they aren't?

 

The factual situation

for homosexuals in Antigua is that they are no longer criminalised for gay sex as the government doesn't act upon the statute. 

 

How long do you want to drag on your insanity driven impulses to repear nonsenical obsessive repeats? 

 

How long do you want to self embarrass yourself on BW?

 

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On 5/1/2022 at 10:30 AM, singalion said:

 

And?

 

What if in reality the law is no longer acted upon as confirmed by the Antigua government?

 

Closing your both eyes to reality and facts?

 

Substantiation:

The lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgendered community (LBGT)
47. Persons from the LBGT are generally not discriminated against in Antigua and Barbuda and there are several well-known personalities from the LBGT community who live freely and in peace like any citizen. Buggery between two consenting adults is illegal under the Provisions of the Sexual Offence Act 1993; consenting adults are not prosecuted however if the act is committed against juveniles or without consent it will be prosecuted. One of the Senators in the Gaston Browne administration also identifies openly a member of the LGBT community.

https://www.ohchr.org/en/hr-bodies/upr/ag-indext

The Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Legal Affairs Maureen Payne-Hyman of Antigua and Barbuda assured the UN Human Rights Council that the LGBT community is not prosecuted in the country during the last examination by the UN Human Rights Council's verification on Antigua in February 2022.

 

The UN Human Rights Council even came to a conclusion that gays in Antigua are generally not discriminated.

 

The UN Human Rights Council even came to a conclusion that gays in Antigua are generally not discriminated.

 

47. Persons from the LBGT are generally not discriminated against in Antigua and Barbuda and there are several well-known personalities from the LBGT community who live freely and in peace like any citizen.

https://www.ohchr.org/en/hr-bodies/upr/ag-indext

 

If this is a fact, how can you argue that homosexuals in Antigua are placed in jails for gay sex acts, if they aren't?

 

The factual situation

for homosexuals in Antigua is that they are no longer criminalised for gay sex as the government doesn't act upon the statute. 

 

How long do you want to drag on your insanity driven impulses to repear nonsenical obsessive repeats? 

 

How long do you want to self embarrass yourself on BW?

 


And if the Antigua government confirms the law is no longer acted upon, why don’t they repeal it?
 

That is the most obvious and important question to ask. Since the law that criminalises homosexuality is intact, it is considered discriminatory against lgbt groups and Disney employees are silent on this while making noise about the Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Law. 

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On 5/1/2022 at 11:38 AM, 7heaven said:


And if the Antigua government confirms the law is no longer acted upon, why don’t they repeal it?
 

That is the most obvious and important question to ask. Since the law that criminalises homosexuality is intact, it is considered discriminatory against lgbt groups and Disney employees are silent on this while making noise about the Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Law. 

 

The question is irrelevant in assessing the factual situation of gays in Antigua and recognising the fact that the Antigua authorities are no longer acting upon this law.

 

Research for yourself what the reasons are. 

 

It is all over the internet. 

 

I m not your research butler. 

 

The openly gay Senator of Antigua has given plenty of interviews stating the reasons. 

 

Fact is that homosexuals are not prosecuted under the Penal Code for gay sex. And this is the crucial point. 

 

Your incessant repetitions of something that is settled signal to doubts on your mental fitness. 

 

 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:18 PM, singalion said:

 

The question is irrelevant in assessing the factual situation of gays in Antigua and recognising the fact that the Antigua authorities are no longer acting upon this law.

 

Research for yourself what the reasons are. 

 

It is all over the internet. 

 

I m not your research butler. 

 

The openly gay Senator of Antigua has given plenty of interviews stating the reasons. 

 

Fact is that homosexuals are not prosecuted under the Penal Code for gay sex. And this is the crucial point. 

 

Your incessant repetitions of something that is settled signal to doubts on your mental fitness. 

 

 


The question is extremely relevant; why doesn’t Antigua repeal the law which criminalises homosexuality when they say they don’t enforce it? 
 

Ironically, you ask others to provide substantiation to support the point they make but here you are asking others to research the substantiation you have to provide? 
 

Fact is homosexuals are subject to the chilling effect of having a law to criminalise homosexuality in Antigua. That is settled and incontrovertible. 

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On 5/1/2022 at 3:26 PM, 7heaven said:


The question is extremely relevant; why doesn’t Antigua repeal the law which criminalises homosexuality when they say they don’t enforce it? 
 

Ironically, you ask others to provide substantiation to support the point they make but here you are asking others to research the substantiation you have to provide? 
 

Fact is homosexuals are subject to the chilling effect of having a law to criminalise homosexuality in Antigua. That is settled and incontrovertible. 

 

Why do I need to provide any substantiation for something I did not claim and something you are desperately harping on here with no end?

 

The substantiation that under current legal situation gays in Antigua are not prosecuted or criminalised for having gay sex and that the authorities do not further act on the Statute in the Penal code against homosexuals is completely sufficient to debunk your false claim on Antigua.

 

If you are so interested in finding out why Antigua does not repeal the statute that research it yourself please.

It has nothing to do with me. Nor that I have any duty to act on substantiation what interests you.

 

Everyone at BW can see how you 7heaven try more and more distractions just to attempt to fade the view that your point on homosexuals in Antigua was false and did not cover the real situation of homosexuals in that country.

Same is as you are trying to paint a picture now which is different to the real situation in Antigua.

 

BW readers can see how you cling on the last straw while your body inclusive of your head has already fully submerged into the sea.

 

I am not sure why you drag on this matter with the result of embarrassing you further and further here at BW.

 

Fact is that for the past 10 years homosexuals are no longer covered by the Statute in the Penal Code, despite this provision still being in the Penal Code and therefore homosexuals are not prosecuted for gay sex. This is the reality.  If you have issues to accept this, then it just shows how you cannot get hold of truth and facts.

 

 

 

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On 5/1/2022 at 6:41 PM, singalion said:

 

Why do I need to provide any substantiation for something I did not claim and something you are desperately harping on here with no end?

 

The substantiation that under current legal situation gays in Antigua are not prosecuted or criminalised for having gay sex and that the authorities do not further act on the Statute in the Penal code against homosexuals is completely sufficient to debunk your false claim on Antigua.

 

If you are so interested in finding out why Antigua does not repeal the statute that research it yourself please.

It has nothing to do with me. Nor that I have any duty to act on substantiation what interests you.

 

Everyone at BW can see how you 7heaven try more and more distractions just to attempt to fade the view that your point on homosexuals in Antigua was false and did not cover the real situation of homosexuals in that country.

Same is as you are trying to paint a picture now which is different to the real situation in Antigua.

 

BW readers can see how you cling on the last straw while your body inclusive of your head has already fully submerged into the sea.

 

I am not sure why you drag on this matter with the result of embarrassing you further and further here at BW.

 

Fact is that for the past 10 years homosexuals are no longer covered by the Statute in the Penal Code, despite this provision still being in the Penal Code and therefore homosexuals are not prosecuted for gay sex. This is the reality.  If you have issues to accept this, then it just shows how you cannot get hold of truth and facts.

 

 

 


I am not sure why you drag this further because the law that criminalises homosexuality still exists in Antigua. Whether or not it is enforced is irrelevant because it exists. The existence sends a thrilling message and the best is to repeal it. 
 

If you cannot understand and appreciate the significance of existence of the law, it shows that you don’t understand how the real world functions. 

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I am not sure why you drag this further because the law that criminalises homosexuality still exists in Antigua. Whether or not it is enforced is irrelevant because it exists. The existence sends a thrilling message and the best is to repeal it. 
 

If you cannot understand and appreciate the significance of existence of the law, it shows that you don’t understand how the real world functions. 

 

You are just putting up excessively the same phrase here that has no longer any value on the alleged criminalisation of gays in Antigua, which does not match with facts because you intend to paint a picture that you did not post falsehoods at BW.

 

Unfortunately, it turned out that you were wrong because the situation of the homosexuals is Antigua is not as you posted here.

 

The legal situation for gays in Antigua is as follows:

Despite the provision in the Penal Code, the Antigua government is no longer prosecuting any gays for homosexuals sex.

This means in reality there is no criminalisation of homosexuals in Antigua.

 

This has been confirmed by the most official body in the world to make such a declaration, which is the UN Human Rights Council.

Evidence: Human Rights Council Report from last review on Antigua dated in March 2022:

The lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgendered community (LBGT)
47. Persons from the LBGT are generally not discriminated against in Antigua and Barbuda and there are several well-known personalities from the LBGT community who live freely and in peace like any citizen. Buggery between two consenting adults is illegal under the Provisions of the Sexual Offence Act 1993; consenting adults are not prosecuted.

https://www.ohchr.org/en/hr-bodies/upr/ag-index

 

If you cannot turn the page and get on with this fact then it is your mental problem.

Anything else is irrelevant.

 

Everything about this issue has been said on BW.

 

 

Your excessive repetitions won't change it to a different fact but may allow BW readers to draw conclusions on your mental state and lead them to come to a diagnosis that you suffer also from intellectual challenges.

 

 

 

 

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On 5/1/2022 at 7:06 PM, singalion said:

 

You are just putting up excessively the same phrase here that has no longer any value on the alleged criminalisation of gays in Antigua, which does not match with facts because you intend to paint a picture that you did not post falsehoods at BW.

 

Unfortunately, it turned out that you were wrong because the situation of the homosexuals is Antigua is not as you posted here.

 

The legal situation for gays in Antigua is as follows:

Despite the provision in the Penal Code, the Antigua government is no longer prosecuting any gays for homosexuals sex.

This means in reality there is no criminalisation of homosexuals in Antigua.

 

This has been confirmed by the most official body in the world to make such a declaration, which is the UN Human Rights Council.

Evidence: Human Rights Council Report from last review on Antigua dated in March 2022:

The lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgendered community (LBGT)
47. Persons from the LBGT are generally not discriminated against in Antigua and Barbuda and there are several well-known personalities from the LBGT community who live freely and in peace like any citizen. Buggery between two consenting adults is illegal under the Provisions of the Sexual Offence Act 1993; consenting adults are not prosecuted.

https://www.ohchr.org/en/hr-bodies/upr/ag-index

 

If you cannot turn the page and get on with this fact then it is your mental problem.

Anything else is irrelevant.

 

Everything about this issue has been said on BW.

 

 

Your excessive repetitions won't change it to a different fact but may allow BW readers to draw conclusions on your mental state and lead them to come to a diagnosis that you suffer also from intellectual challenges.

 

 

 

 


There is no allegation. It is factual that the law that criminalises homosexuality remains intact and has not been repealed. 
 

Is there any reason why it has not been repealed despite it being not enforced? You claim there reasons are there but refused to provide them here. 

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There is no allegation. It is factual that the law that criminalises homosexuality remains intact and has not been repealed. 
 

Is there any reason why it has not been repealed despite it being not enforced? You claim there reasons are there but refused to provide them here. 

 

But why are you hiding the fact that this act is no longer applied in Antigua. 

Can accept the reality? Living in a deluded state?

 

I don't need to tell you the reasons, you can research yourself, these reasons are irrelevant to the fact that the Antigua government has decided 10 years ago no longer to act upon the statute.

 

It is a fact that since then homosexuals in Antigua are no longer prosecuted for gay sex.

 

What is the problem to accept this fact?

 

Why these excessive repeats of something that is obsolete?

 

 

 

 

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At least she has the courage to travel to Kyiv compared to other politicians who praise dictators like Putin.

 

 

Pelosi leads delegation to Kyiv and Poland; vows US support

May 1, 2022

 

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A U.S. congressional delegation led by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi praised the courage of the Ukrainian people in remarks during a visit to Poland on Sunday, a day after a surprise trip to Kyiv to meet with President Volodymr Zelenskyy.

 

The American legislators assessed Ukraine’s needs for the next phase of the war, with Pelosi vowing that Washington would stand with the country until it defeats Russia.

 

Pelosi, a California Democrat who is second in line to the presidency after the vice president, was the most senior American lawmaker to visit Ukraine since Russia’s war began more than two months ago. Her previously unannounced visit came just days after Moscow bombed the Ukrainian capital while the U.N. secretary-general was there.

 

Pelosi and a half-dozen U.S. lawmakers met for three hours late Saturday with Zelenskyy and his top aides to get a first-hand assessment of the war effort to date. Speaking to reporters Sunday in Poland, the delegation members were unanimous in praising Ukraine’s defenses so far, in painting the battle of one as good against evil and in assuring continued long-term U.S. military, humanitarian and economic support.

 

“We were proud to convey to him the message of unity from the Congress of the United States, a message of appreciation from the American people for his leadership and admiration for the people of Ukraine for their courage,” Pelosi said.

 

In this image released by the Ukrainian Presidential Press Office on Sunday, May 1, 20220, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, centre right, and U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi pose for a picture with members of their entourage, including Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, left, during their meeting in Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday, April 30, 2022. "Our delegation traveled to Kyiv to send an unmistakable and resounding message to the entire world: America stands firmly with Ukraine" - Congressional delegation said in their statement. (Ukrainian Presidential Press Office via AP)

 

In this image released by the Ukrainian Presidential Press Office on Sunday, May 1, 2022, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, third from right, and U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, third from left, talk during their meeting in Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday, April 30, 2022. Pelosi, second in line to the presidency after the vice president, is the highest-ranking American leader to visit Ukraine since the start of the war, and her visit marks a major show of continuing support for the country's struggle against Russia.  (Ukrainian Presidential Press Office via AP)

 

In this image released by the Ukrainian Presidential Press Office on Sunday, May 1, 2022, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, right, awards the Order of Princess Olga, the third grade, to U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi in Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday, April 30, 2022. Pelosi, second in line to the presidency after the vice president, is the highest-ranking American leader to visit Ukraine since the start of the war, and her visit marks a major show of continuing support for the country's struggle against Russia.  (Ukrainian Presidential Press Office via AP)

 

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The  "great genius"  is back again as the biggest Pinocchio of all times..

 

On the defensive, Trump tries gaslighting on NATO, Ukraine

Donald Trump may be on the defensive after praising Vladimir Putin, but that's no excuse for trying to rewrite his own history about NATO and Ukraine.
 

Donald Trump’s recent praise for Vladimir Putin and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has caused some political troubles for the former president. On the defensive, and with leading Republicans making no effort to defend him, the former president issued a new statement this morning about the ongoing crisis:

“I hope everyone is able to remember that it was me, as President of the United States, that got delinquent NATO members to start paying their dues, which amounted to hundreds of billions of dollars. There would be no NATO if I didn’t act strongly and swiftly. Also, it was me that got Ukraine the very effective anti-tank busters (Javelins) when the previous Administration was sending blankets. Let History so note!”

 

Even by Trump standards, the claim-to-lie ratio on this one is amazing. Indeed, it’s effectively one-to-one.

 

Right off the bat, the fact that Trump still, even now, believes there were “delinquent NATO members” who were failing to pay “their dues” is a reminder that the Republican still doesn’t know how NATO works. As he’s been told many times, there are no “dues.” There are defense spending targets, and it was under the Obama administration that NATO members’ military investments started increasing.

 

Just as jarring was Trump’s insistence that NATO wouldn’t exist were it not for his strong and swift actions. This is, of course, utterly bonkers: The only thing threatening NATO’s existence was Trump himself, who not only repeatedly disparaged the alliance, but who, on several occasions, expressed an interest in abandoning NATO altogether. By all accounts, it was a plan he intended to follow through on in a second term.

 

As for the idea that the Obama administration merely sent “blankets” to Ukraine is a lie Trump has spent years peddling. The claim has been discredited many times, which has done nothing to discourage the Republican from repeating it.

 

But the piece de resistance in the former president’s statement was his boast that it was he, thanks to his awesome awesomeness, who “got Ukraine the very effective anti-tank busters” known as Javelins.

 

It was on July 25, 2019, when Trump held a phone meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. According to the official White House call summary, the Ukrainian leader specifically told his American counterpart, as part of a discussion about security measures, “We are ready to continue to cooperate for the next steps. Specifically, we are almost ready to buy more Javelins from the United States for defense purposes.”

A moment later, Trump replied, “I would like you do us a favor, though.”

What followed was a scheme in which the Republican tried to leverage security aid to an ally in the hopes that Zelenskyy and his government would help Trump cheat ahead of the 2020 U.S. elections. This was an illegal extortion scheme for which the then-president was impeached.

 

This is, in other words, a subject Trump really ought to try to avoid.

Making matters just a bit worse, a Washington Post fact-check added this morning, “Ironically, Foreign Policy magazine reported, Trump initially did not want to provide Javelins to Ukraine, but eventually aides convinced him that it could be good for U.S. business. Nevertheless, the sale was mostly symbolic. The Trump administration insisted that Javelins could not be deployed in a conflict zone, so they are stored in western Ukraine, far from the front lines of the ongoing conflict against pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine.”

 

The former president concluded that he wants history to take “note” of the developments as they occurred. On this, I couldn’t agree more.

 

 
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On 5/1/2022 at 11:40 PM, singalion said:

 

But why are you hiding the fact that this act is no longer applied in Antigua. 

Can accept the reality? Living in a deluded state?

 

I don't need to tell you the reasons, you can research yourself, these reasons are irrelevant to the fact that the Antigua government has decided 10 years ago no longer to act upon the statute.

 

It is a fact that since then homosexuals in Antigua are no longer prosecuted for gay sex.

 

What is the problem to accept this fact?

 

Why these excessive repeats of something that is obsolete?

 

 

 

 


Nobody is hiding the fact it is not enforced but this is irrelevant. What is relevant is how the law that criminalises homosexuality in Antigua still exists and has not been repealed. 
 

The significance of the law existence cannot be understated by mere claims that it is not enforced. 

What is the problem to accept this fact?

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Biden administration short sighted and flawed policies have indirectly enriched Russia. 

 

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Why Biden’s Killing Of Keystone XL Was An Energy Security Blunder

Watching the Biden administration go hat-in-hand to ask for more oil production from the despotic regime of Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela reminded me of the reason why the Keystone XL Pipeline was such a key system for U.S. energy security. According to the U.S. State Departmentin 2014, America’s energy system had a need for more heavy crude from Canada to replace declining volumes from Mexico and - you guessed it - Venezuela.

 

“Gulf Coast refiners’ traditional sources of heavy crudes, particularly Mexico and Venezuela, are declining and are expected to continue to decline. This results in a situation where the refiners have significant incentive to obtain heavy crude from the oil sands. Both the EIA’s 2013 AEO (EIA 2013a) and EnSys WORLD model indicate that this demand for heavy crude in the Gulf Coast refineries is likely to persist.” [emphasis added]
 

Students of history will remember that the Obama/Biden administration was in office in 2014. That Obama/Biden State Department document went on to discuss the fact that, lacking safe, clean pipeline capacity to increase imports of heavy crude from Canada, the industry had in recent years dramatically increased imports of the crude by truck or rail.

 

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Moving crude by truck or rail is far more polluting and hazardous than moving it by a brand new, environmentally sensitive pipeline - which the Keystone XL system, if completed, would be - and thus was not consistent with the environmental objectives of the Obama/Biden administration. But the heavy crude was needed because most refineries along the Gulf Coast are set up to process that grade of crude.
 

In a recent exchange with Peter Doocy of Fox News, White House spokesperson Jen Psaki offered this disingenuous statement about Keystone XL: "If we’re trying to bring about more supply that does not address any problem," Psaki said. "The pipeline is just a delivery mechanism – it’s not an oil field, so it does not provide more supply into the system."

 

This is, of course, a lot of stuff and nonsense, as the late James J. Kilpatrick would have said. It is completely fair to note that, had President Biden not cancelled the cross-border permit for Keystone XL on his first day in office, that pipeline system would likely be in service today, and would be bringing as much as 900,000 barrels of crude oil into the U.S. system. That’s more than enough to offset volumes of crude coming into the U.S. from Russia, and to eliminate a need to offset those now-banned Russian volumes by begging for more such heavy crude from Venezuela. 


It’s also fair to note that, as the New York Times reminded this week, Venezuela’s struggling oil companies have in recent years entered into myriad partnerships with Russian oil companies, and that the two countries are strong allies. Thus, by sending representatives to Caracas to ask for more oil, the Biden administration essentially offers a financial lifeline to Russia and Vladimir Putin.

 

It is completely fair to point out that none of this bizarre oil diplomacy would have been necessary had Biden just left Keystone XL operator TC Energy alone and let it complete what would be the safest and most environmentally responsible pipeline system in the country.

 

So “here’s the deal”: The Keystone XL pipeline was going to be built to offset declining imports from Venezuela, because Canadian oil is the same type as what they produce in Venezuela. The White House canceled the Keystone XL pipeline and they are now asking Venezuela for more oil. The White House is acting like those are completely separate events, but it’s actually a case of cause meeting effect.

 

And now you know the rest of the story.

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidblackmon/2022/03/10/why-bidens-killing-of-keystone-xl-was-a-big-energy-blunder/?sh=26f8e42d13fd

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Biden, Pelosi and Democrats politicians  need not be fretting about the Ukraine and Russia war now had they taken more proactive steps to dissuade Russia last year.
 

Biden had all the intel last year about Russia building up troops around Ukraine but were too distracted with trying to pass his massive trillion of dollars spending bill of Build Back Better and ignoring the US southern border crisis and botching up the hastily and ill-planned Afghanistan withdrawal. 

 

And history will show that under VP Biden he allowed Russia to annex Crimea in 2014, and now when he is the President, Russia invaded Ukraine. It shows Russia sensed weakness in Biden and Obama administration. At this rate it is going, Biden administration may drag the world into a very insecure and uncertain future. 

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Biden administration short sighted and flawed policies have indirectly enriched Russia. 

 

———————

Why Biden’s Killing Of Keystone XL Was An Energy Security Blunder

Watching the Biden administration go hat-in-hand to ask for more oil production from the despotic regime of Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela reminded me of the reason why the Keystone XL Pipeline was such a key system for U.S. energy security. According to the U.S. State Departmentin 2014, America’s energy system had a need for more heavy crude from Canada to replace declining volumes from Mexico and - you guessed it - Venezuela.

 

“Gulf Coast refiners’ traditional sources of heavy crudes, particularly Mexico and Venezuela, are declining and are expected to continue to decline. This results in a situation where the refiners have significant incentive to obtain heavy crude from the oil sands. Both the EIA’s 2013 AEO (EIA 2013a) and EnSys WORLD model indicate that this demand for heavy crude in the Gulf Coast refineries is likely to persist.” [emphasis added]
 

Students of history will remember that the Obama/Biden administration was in office in 2014. That Obama/Biden State Department document went on to discuss the fact that, lacking safe, clean pipeline capacity to increase imports of heavy crude from Canada, the industry had in recent years dramatically increased imports of the crude by truck or rail.

 

image.jpeg.bc3ef303e91c983c39c777f043566fd2.jpeg
 

Moving crude by truck or rail is far more polluting and hazardous than moving it by a brand new, environmentally sensitive pipeline - which the Keystone XL system, if completed, would be - and thus was not consistent with the environmental objectives of the Obama/Biden administration. But the heavy crude was needed because most refineries along the Gulf Coast are set up to process that grade of crude.
 

In a recent exchange with Peter Doocy of Fox News, White House spokesperson Jen Psaki offered this disingenuous statement about Keystone XL: "If we’re trying to bring about more supply that does not address any problem," Psaki said. "The pipeline is just a delivery mechanism – it’s not an oil field, so it does not provide more supply into the system."

 

This is, of course, a lot of stuff and nonsense, as the late James J. Kilpatrick would have said. It is completely fair to note that, had President Biden not cancelled the cross-border permit for Keystone XL on his first day in office, that pipeline system would likely be in service today, and would be bringing as much as 900,000 barrels of crude oil into the U.S. system. That’s more than enough to offset volumes of crude coming into the U.S. from Russia, and to eliminate a need to offset those now-banned Russian volumes by begging for more such heavy crude from Venezuela. 


It’s also fair to note that, as the New York Times reminded this week, Venezuela’s struggling oil companies have in recent years entered into myriad partnerships with Russian oil companies, and that the two countries are strong allies. Thus, by sending representatives to Caracas to ask for more oil, the Biden administration essentially offers a financial lifeline to Russia and Vladimir Putin.

 

It is completely fair to point out that none of this bizarre oil diplomacy would have been necessary had Biden just left Keystone XL operator TC Energy alone and let it complete what would be the safest and most environmentally responsible pipeline system in the country.

 

So “here’s the deal”: The Keystone XL pipeline was going to be built to offset declining imports from Venezuela, because Canadian oil is the same type as what they produce in Venezuela. The White House canceled the Keystone XL pipeline and they are now asking Venezuela for more oil. The White House is acting like those are completely separate events, but it’s actually a case of cause meeting effect.

 

And now you know the rest of the story.

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidblackmon/2022/03/10/why-bidens-killing-of-keystone-xl-was-a-big-energy-blunder/?sh=26f8e42d13fd

 

From an environmental perpective it was the best solution. 

 

As usual you are inconsistent in your reasoning at one hand blaming Biden on not caring more on the climate change but now promoting one of the worst and most environmental adverse drilling of oil such as the Keystone originating from Canada. 

 

 

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David Blackmon is one of the most profile lobbyists of the oil industry. Same as Trump he is stuck in a 1950s mindset denying climate change. 

 

There is plenty of critic against his views all over the media. 

 

Substantiation:

David Blackmon is an independent energy analyst/consultant based in Mansfield, TX. He is the Editor of Shale Magazine and co-host of In The Oil Patch Radio, a nationally-syndicated weekly show. David has enjoyed a 40-year career in the oil and gas industry, the last 23 years of which were spent in the public policy arena, managing regulatory and legislative issues for various companies, including Burlington Resources, Shell, El Paso Corporation, FTI Consulting and LINN Energy. During this time, David has led numerous industry-wide efforts to address a variety of issues at the local, state and federal level, and from April 2010 through June 2012, he served as the Texas State Lead for America’s Natural Gas Alliance. In addition to client-related work, David also maintains a growing media communications practice.

 

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David Blackmon, Fracking Flak and Climate Denier, Paid to Promote AND Attack Regulations

by Jesse Coleman

April 8, 2015

 

Inside Climate News has revealed that a key leader of oil and gas industry front groups that oppose new fracking regulations may have been playing both sides of the issue.

In an investigation into the funding of the Environmental Defense Funds (EDF) work on oil and gas regulation, Inside Climate News discovered that a key EDF funder had hired FTI Consultings David Blackmon to promote fracking regulations. Unbeknownst to his employer, Blackmon is a longtime oil industry consultant who is paid to oppose regulation of the fracking industry.

The Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation

The funder in question is the Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation, established by the late George Mitchell, known as the father of fracking.

 

=> Blackmon a nasty paid lobbyist and climate change deniar. 

 

 

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Nobody is hiding the fact it is not enforced but this is irrelevant. What is relevant is how the law that criminalises homosexuality in Antigua still exists and has not been repealed. 
 

The significance of the law existence cannot be understated by mere claims that it is not enforced. 

What is the problem to accept this fact?

 

Mere ignorance and denial of the factual situation of homosexuals in Antigua who are no longer subject of the statute in the penal code and not prosecuted for homosexual acts. 

 

How you 7heaven ignore the reality is now evidenced by your posts on this. 

 

 

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Biden, Pelosi and Democrats politicians  need not be fretting about the Ukraine and Russia war now had they taken more proactive steps to dissuade Russia last year.
 

Biden had all the intel last year about Russia building up troops around Ukraine but were too distracted with trying to pass his massive trillion of dollars spending bill of Build Back Better and ignoring the US southern border crisis and botching up the hastily and ill-planned Afghanistan withdrawal. 

 

And history will show that under VP Biden he allowed Russia to annex Crimea in 2014, and now when he is the President, Russia invaded Ukraine. It shows Russia sensed weakness in Biden and Obama administration. At this rate it is going, Biden administration may drag the world into a very insecure and uncertain future. 

 

Propaganda, no single piece of substantiation offered. 

 

Therefore: Just not backed claims by 7heaven. 

 

BW readers can ignore the post. 

 

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On 5/2/2022 at 11:13 PM, singalion said:

 

From an environmental perpective it was the best solution. 

 

As usual you are inconsistent in your reasoning at one hand blaming Biden on not caring more on the climate change but now promoting one of the worst and most environmental adverse drilling of oil such as the Keystone originating from Canada. 

 

 


From an overall perspective of balancing energy needs, protection of the climate, and jobs, cancelling Keystone was a myopic and poorly thought-through decision by Biden. 
 

As usual, Biden administration has time and again shown its inconsistency and hypocrisy in its policies. On the one hand, Biden talks preventing climate change, but on the one hand, he has released 50million barrels of oil from US reserves last year, and this year, he plans to release more than 100million barrels of oil. 
 

With cessation of Keystone gas pipeline, Biden is depending on more Venezuela oil which have partnerships with Russian companies. Again, it shows Biden’s inconsistency in thumping his chest to sanction Russia but asking for more oil from Venezuela companies which are indirectly linked to Russia. 

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Mere ignorance and denial of the factual situation of homosexuals in Antigua who are no longer subject of the statute in the penal code and not prosecuted for homosexual acts. 

 

How you 7heaven ignore the reality is now evidenced by your posts on this. 

 

 


Mere ignorance and denial of the factual situation of the existence of a law that criminalises homosexuality in Antigua. 
 

How you Singalion ignore reality is now evidenced by your posts on this. 

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Propaganda, no single piece of substantiation offered. 

 

Therefore: Just not backed claims by 7heaven. 

 

BW readers can ignore the post. 

 


Unable to refute such reality, readers show ignore such mere denial by Singalion. 
 

Biden is always a few steps behind and in the Russia-Ukraine war, his lack of initiative and leadership has led to devastating consequences as they are unfolding before our eyes. Biden did not learn from his tenure as vice-president when Russia annexed Crimea in 2014. It is no coincidence US and the world in general have become more uncertain (with inflation and looming recession) and dangerous since Biden took office. 

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Biden administration is willing to buy oil from a drug trafficker and ignore the democratic aspirations of the Venezuelan people.  

 

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US retreats on Venezuela oil talks after Maduro meeting criticism

State department says ‘no quid pro quo’ behind release of US prisoners in Caracas
 
The Biden administration saw the Ukraine crisis as an opportunity to re-engage with Nicolás Maduro’s authoritarian regime in Venezuela, hoping to secure alternative oil supplies and prise away a key Moscow ally.
 
But after news leaked of a secret mission to Caracas by three top White House officials, sparking a furious political backlash, the administration backtracked.
 
The White House this month sent three top officials to talk to Maduro, even though the US does not recognise him as president and has indicted him as a drug trafficker with a $15mn price on his head. The US government acknowledged last week that one aim was “certainly” to discuss energy security following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

The visit — the first by a White House official to Caracas since the 1990s — prompted a fierce backlash at home, not only from Republican hawks like Florida senator Marco Rubio but also Bob Menendez, the Democratic head of the Senate foreign relations committee.
 
Rubio accused President Joe Biden of trying to replace “the oil we buy from one murderous dictator [Russian leader Vladimir Putin] with oil from another murderous dictator [Maduro].”
 
Menendez said “the democratic aspirations of the Venezuelan people . . . are worth much more than a few thousand barrels of oil”.
 
“Nicolás Maduro is a cancer to our hemisphere and we should not breathe new life into his reign of torture and murder,” he added.
 
The official US explanation for the trip changed during the week and by Friday, state department spokesman Ned Price said the delegation had travelled to Caracas with “two priorities in mind”. The first was the release of US prisoners and the second was “championing the democratic aspirations of the Venezuelan people”. He made no mention of oil.
 
 
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From an overall perspective of balancing energy needs, protection of the climate, and jobs, cancelling Keystone was a myopic and poorly thought-through decision by Biden. 
 

As usual, Biden administration has time and again shown its inconsistency and hypocrisy in its policies. On the one hand, Biden talks preventing climate change, but on the one hand, he has released 50million barrels of oil from US reserves last year, and this year, he plans to release more than 100million barrels of oil. 
 

With cessation of Keystone gas pipeline, Biden is depending on more Venezuela oil which have partnerships with Russian companies. Again, it shows Biden’s inconsistency in thumping his chest to sanction Russia but asking for more oil from Venezuela companies which are indirectly linked to Russia. 

 

Oh yes, Biden is to blame for everything, worldwide inflation, lockdowns in China, supply chain issues due to port closures in Shanghai, Ningbo and Port Durban, shortage of trucks in the US, bombs on Mosques in Afghanistan, fading recognition of facts by you 7heaven, and not to forget avian flu in Shendong.....

 

Instead of stepping out of the Iran deal, Trump should have spent more efforts in getting rid of Maduro in Venezuela and supporting the opposition leader, but no as Trump admires autocratic dictators (and recently even praises on of his admired one who turned to a war criminals (also Biden's fault!!!) he preferred to insult the European leaders, Trudeau or such favouring the US and spent much energy on futile actions to cancel anything what his predecessor did. 

 

 

It is noteworthy to see how you run more and more into contradictions on your positions 7heaven. 

 

But that is good as it demonstrates to all at BW how little consistency your reasoning has and how unpersuasive your arguments are. 

 

On one hand you blame Biden for high fuel prices, but how do you get fuel prices down? With less supply of oil to the US?

 

=> Your post and blame doesn't reflect a grain of intelligence. 

 

Who would just take such display of your 7heaven's unintelligence for serious here?

 

Exactly: Nobody, because the flaws are too obvious. 

 

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On 5/3/2022 at 3:33 AM, 7heaven said:


Mere ignorance and denial of the factual situation of the existence of a law that criminalises homosexuality in Antigua. 
 

How you Singalion ignore reality is now evidenced by your posts on this. 

 

BW readers are already sufficiently aware who is the person ignoring the reality and true facts in Antigua. 

 

Here the facts:

The lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgendered community (LBGT)
47. Persons from the LBGT are generally not discriminated against in Antigua and Barbuda and there are several well-known personalities from the LBGT community who live freely and in peace like any citizen. Buggery between two consenting adults is illegal under the Provisions of the Sexual Offence Act 1993; consenting adults are not prosecuted.

https://www.ohchr.org/en/hr-bodies/upr/ag-indext

 

Harping on a provision that is no longer acted upon and ignoring the tru situation is denying true facts. 

 

You have no point on criminalisation of homosexuals in Antigua. 

 

You are just claiming a falsehood at BW and painting a picture that doesn't exist, sticking falsely on something that is already obsolete.

 

Your efforts in repeating this falsehood are in vain. 

 

In continuing to post this falsehood you are only making yourself to a clown 🤡.

 

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On 5/3/2022 at 3:39 AM, 7heaven said:


Unable to refute such reality, readers show ignore such mere denial by Singalion. 
 

Biden is always a few steps behind and in the Russia-Ukraine war, his lack of initiative and leadership has led to devastating consequences as they are unfolding before our eyes. Biden did not learn from his tenure as vice-president when Russia annexed Crimea in 2014. It is no coincidence US and the world in general have become more uncertain (with inflation and looming recession) and dangerous since Biden took office. 

 

What you call reality are just claims. 

 

You have mental deranged issues to separate reality from claims. 

 

Even your response doesn't contain any substantiation. 

 

No substantiation, then people will just move on, in the best will have a laugh on your posts. 

 

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On 5/3/2022 at 2:10 PM, singalion said:

 

Oh yes, Biden is to blame for everything, worldwide inflation, lockdowns in China, supply chain issues due to port closures in Shanghai, Ningbo and Port Durban, shortage of trucks in the US, bombs on Mosques in Afghanistan, fading recognition of facts by you 7heaven, and not to forget avian flu in Shendong.....

 

Instead of stepping out of the Iran deal, Trump should have spent more efforts in getting rid of Maduro in Venezuela and supporting the opposition leader, but no as Trump admires autocratic dictators (and recently even praises on of his admired one who turned to a war criminals (also Biden's fault!!!) he preferred to insult the European leaders, Trudeau or such favouring the US and spent much energy on futile actions to cancel anything what his predecessor did. 

 

 

It is noteworthy to see how you run more and more into contradictions on your positions 7heaven. 

 

But that is good as it demonstrates to all at BW how little consistency your reasoning has and how unpersuasive your arguments are. 

 

On one hand you blame Biden for high fuel prices, but how do you get fuel prices down? With less supply of oil to the US?

 

=> Your post and blame doesn't reflect a grain of intelligence. 

 

Who would just take such display of your 7heaven's unintelligence for serious here?

 

Exactly: Nobody, because the flaws are too obvious. 

 


Biden should be held accountable for inflation, instability in Afghanistan and now Russia-Ukraine, US southern border and high crime and murder rates among other issues. This is so as his administration set policies that affect such issues. 
 

Trump was visionary in making US energy independent, and need not behave like Biden who secretly goes out to buy oil from Venezuela led by an authoritarian regime under Maduro or beg OPEC+ to supply more oil. 

 

To suggest US depose a leader of another sovereign state is exactly what the world hates US for for the longest time. Then again, since Biden is in office now, why is Biden not getting rid of Maduro and very ironically he is buying oil from Maduro? Isn’t buying Venezuelan oil going to make Maduro richer and that much harder to get rid of him? It is the same what Biden did last year in importing record amount of Russian crude oil and petroleum products, which indirectly enriched Russia and Russia can use these oil monies from Biden’s US to fund the military operations in Ukraine now. 
 

The solution to bring oil prices down in US is not limited to 1 which is to import from Venezuela or OPEC+, and it has always been domestic oil production in US, which Biden is against since he needs to appease his Democrats base for fear of losing their votes.
 

However, Biden needs to eat humble pie and asks OPEC+ to supply more oil and when that failed, he has to deplete US strategic reverses in releasing 50 million (last year) and 100+ million barrels of oil to cushion the spike in pump prices. In doing so, he showed inconsistency and contradiction in his policies as emissions from such oil still contribute to climate change.

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