Georgette Gagnon, the African Director of Human Rights Watch, insisted that Burundi's new anti-homosexual law is degrading, and demanded it must be repealed. The new law makes "sexual relations with persons of the same sex" illegal and punishable by up to two years in prison, Human Rights Watch said in a recently released report.
"The government should rescind this law and instead work to promote equality and understanding," said Gagnon.
"I do not know what Georgette gagged on, but her remarks make absolutely no difference to us. She should read her Bible. It clearly states that faggosexuality is an abomination. We Burundis will not allow such behavior," said Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza.
"Half the world's countries that criminalize homosexual conduct do so because they cling to Victorian morality and colonial laws," said Scott Long, director of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights program for Human Rights Watch. "Getting rid of these unjust remnants of the British empire is long overdue."
"Oh sure, blame us you swish," said a disgusted Gordon Brown, Prime Minister of Britian. "When are you deviates going to wise up and realize homsexuality is last year's news?"
"Just because thousands of people are starving in Africa, is no reason to feed us your queer bullshit," said Nkurnziza.
"Lick me," Long shouted at the Burundi President.
"You wish," Nkurunziza countered, then had Long boiled alive and served as "jerked chicken hawk."