Is there anything in the entire universe that the Guardian can't blame on colonialism?

Guardian: In Africa, homophobia is a legacy of colonialism   (Blazing Cat Fur)

By preying on African values of inclusive difference, however, Africa’s colonisers rewrote its history, the effects of which haunt Africa to this day. Tribal chiefs and village courts of law which were traditionally the hallmark of conflict resolution were traded for a European Penal Code system which included the criminalisation of homosexuality.

Why does The Guardian publish this rubbish?

In other news:

The leftist airheads at ‘Harry’s Place’ are still trying to figure out whether the Nazis were left or right. They also seem to be quite squeamish about free speech:  Do we really believe in free speech? The Weston Case

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