16 November 2012

Liberia: Save Liberia From Rise of Homosexuals

The Faith Based Media Group Christian Media Center has made an impassioned plea to Christian and Muslim leaders in the country to save Liberia from evil by rallying Liberians in general to compel President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to sign into law the anti-same sex marriage bill passed recently by the senate.

The Center in a release said President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is not a Christian and heads of religious organizations have to be very careful how they deal with her when it comes to such issues.

Christian Media Center said Liberians are largely either Christians or Muslims and none even a child will equate gay rights to civil liberties something President Sirleaf is on record to have done.

The Faith Based Media Group reminded Liberians about president Sirleaf's prolonged attacks on ELWA Ministries one of the Christian land marks of Liberia, and it took the grace of God to redeem ELWA.

The Center said no one calling on the name of JESUS will attack any religious institution let alone the church institutions as the president did.

Christian Media Center noted that President Sirleaf and her Children have over the past six years invested huge amounts of their ill-gotten wealth from Liberia's natural resources in the United States, South Africa and Great Britain Countries that have capped Gay rights as civil liberties and under no condition will she willingly sign such bill into law except protests from the streets of Monrovia.

They Center is calling on all well-meaning Liberians who love their country to cooperate with religious leaders for a civil protest to ensure that a clear message goes to the president and the national legislature that Liberia is a nation under God and not an atheist state.

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