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December 11, 2013


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I seem to recall a certain other former British colony in Latin America whose criminal law codification done by a British law professor snuck in a substantive change--- the legalization of abortion.

If anything, pro-homosexual, pro-abortion, etc. policies are the hammer of Western imperialism. Does the West criminalize homosexuality? No? Then arguing that criminalization is Western is most likely lying. Alternatively, since decolonization preceded pro-homosexual policies in the West, the argument might be that former colonies are somehow slower to progress than the enlightened West.

Perhaps they are genetically inferior--- perhaps this is why they haven't passed pro-homosexual laws as fast as the West. Right? That seems to be the implication, anyways.

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