That sentence certainly wasn’t created or dreamt up by me, just in case you were wondered. I wouldn’t even know what I should pay for – after all being gay is completely free. Free of a monetary charge and in a sane & civilised society it is also free of any criminal charges.
This sentence was uttered and/or penned by Razwan Javed and his friends. Among this lovely sentence were many others poetically calling for the death penalty for homosexuality in order to “improve” society.
Critical observers now wonder why this young talented author has not yet been nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature. After all trying to improve society is very close to conferring the greatest benefit to mankind. – This lack of nomination is especially puzzling when considering that Mr Kissinger was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
The only jury to look into those beautiful lines on homoeroticism was a legal jury and they found those lines so touching, moving and full of artistic expression that Mr Javed and some of his friends were convicted of stirring up hatred.
Maybe some lawyer who urgently needs some press can sue everyone on behalf of their clients: the Nobel Prize Committee for not nominating those young hopeful poets and the jury who were likely to be the first people to take Mr Javed & friends seriously for its discrimination and suppression of free speech.