Friday, October 08, 2004

My thoughts as an RN and educator on AIDS...

Probably you all have figured out by now that I am using this blog space to educate the public on real issues hoping to bypass some of the institutionalized propaganda. The AIDS crisis is greatly overblown I now believe because the statistics on the BBC series on Africa, said that the stats encompassed all deaths from unknown reasons. That could be true. But I think about the AIDS crisis and after all these years as a Registered Nurse, this is my conclusions on that topic:

1) The nations whether 1st, 2nd or third world never should have been taught to reuse plastic disposable syringes for anybody! It is terrible sterile technique as they cannot be properly sterilized between patients.
2) "Condoms have a limited protection against HIV/AIDS since the AIDS virus is 450 times smaller than sperm" C.M. Roland, PhD, of US Naval Research Lab and quoted in the wonderful website, [While there check out the sections: Sex Education, The Nazis and Abortion, The True Nature of Abortionists, the Harder Truth Video, and the Aborted Baby Gallery--if those don't give you pause to reflect exactly what abortion is, you have lost the ability to reason or feel pain!]
If you doubt how much confidence a surgeon puts in latex rubber of the same or maybe even a better grade than condoms are made of, in the event of operating on an HIV+ patient, just ask one! They double-glove, and if technique was broken [ glove breaks] it is a big deal! Requiring mandatory reporting to Infection Control and follow-up and most likely a prophylactic medical regime to prevent transmission of disease.
3) Full blown AiDs and the HIV virus should have been quarantined like the US Public Health Depts did when the syphilis crisis of previous generations surfaced. The difference in that crisis and the AIDS crisis is that for syphilis they quarantined the infected in special hospitals and treated them, and started a mandatory testing for it upon admission to hospitals. Also, it was not considered a "sacred cow" or "politically correct" but as a result of sin so there was a social stigma that helped keep the lid on it. The Aids "crisis" on the other hand has been politicized into a cash cow for every nation and every social program that could be thought up. This happened because it is primarily a disease of homosexual behaviours and the "gay"* lobby wants to hide those statistics from the public, in their full-scale assault on the values of the mainstream America. In addition, it has not been treated as a communicable disease at all and in fact, the sick ones were told they could continue to be promiscuous and homosexual by use of a latex condom That was just an outright lie for the benefit of the latex condom makers! In Africa I have learned by way of news reports, that some of the infected there actually believe that AIDS is negated by having sex with a virgin! How in the world could the exact opposite of the truth have been so maliciously spread??
4) The possibility that the origin of AIDS began in animals and was transmitted via human:animal sex has not been written about if it has been researched. Yet, the idea is covered in the Scriptures by God's warnings in Leviticus 18:22-23 against homosexuality and bestiality. I quote, "Thou shalt not lie down with mankind as with womankind: it is abomination. Neither shalt thou lie down with any beast to defile thyself therewith; neither shall any woman stand before a beast to lie down thereto: it is confusion."
5) And the promiscuous behaviour that is inherent in prostitution must certainly contribute to disease infested people. "Do not prostitute they daughter; to cause her to be a whore; lest the land fall to whoredom, and the land become full of wickedness." Leviticus 19:29

* Homosexuals don't have anything to be "gay" about since medical facts prove their lifestyle is deadly and most that make it their life's reason for existence do not live out half their years!


Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home