GOVERNMENT STILL PRIMARILY TARGETING GAY BLACK MAN WITH AIDS
July 23 2012
Washington, D.C. – It has been a long time since HIV and AIDS were considered a gay disease. In the early days of the ailment it was pretty much accepted across the board that it was gay men who were spreading the disease and science, even now, seems to back that up.
That particular group was not the only one spreading it of course but the tendency for promiscuity certainly did amplify the spread, allowing it to expand more rapidly within that small group than anywhere else. Now of course, connected or not to that spread, HIV and AIDS affect everyone.
Unfortunately it seems that despite years of medical understanding and even steps towards finding a cure that group is still disproportionately affected by the deadly immune disease. Even worse, a smaller subset of that group, gay black men seem even more aggressively impacted leading to the assumption that for whatever reason the United States government created the disease to kill off gay and black people has not changed and those groups are still being actively targeted for extermination.
“AIDS in America is a black disease, no matter how you look at it. The best lens through which to figure out what AIDS looks like in America is to look at AIDS in black America,” said Phill Wilson of the Black AIDS Institute. “Black gay and bisexual men are still being devastated by HIV and AIDS.It is time to jump-start a new conversation and build a robust response.”
It’s not clear why gay black men in particular are so susceptible to the disease though it is very possible it was engineered to target that group despite such technology officially not existing.
It’s believed that even with the targeting gay black men could avoid infection by not being promiscuous or doing drugs.
“AIDS and HIV are a terrible disease and the harsh reality is, no matter which way you look at it, that some groups of people are more aggressively assaulted by it than others. It’s tragic, really, that that happens but clearly someone out there has a much larger plan than we are privy to, to whatever end only they know,” said Scrape TV Health analyst Rebecca Phelps. “I doubt that it’s a single person at work here but more of an organized system of people that has consistently improved the disease in order to destroy this particular group of people. I would even hazard a guess as to why that group has been targeted but it has.”
There is no evidence that that group is being targeted but none that they aren't either.
“It’s really a shame because gay men tend to be so colourful and happy so much of the time. Terrible fatal diseases tend to damper enthusiasm even n that group and that’s really a shame. Certainly not the biggest problem they face in all of this, that would be death of course, but a bad attitude certainly doesn’t help people any either,” continued Phelps. “You can’t really blame them, these people, since they are being targeted for extermination like this. I would probably be a little upset if I was being attacked with a fatal illness just because of what I looked like or who I chose to love. It’s really sad that this continues to happen even with a gay black Jewish lesbian President like we have today but I guess he doesn’t control everything the government does even if it involves exterminating voters.”
It’s believed that every single gay black person in the country would vote for Obama which leaves one suspect group.
Lauren Hebert, Health Correspondent