Propaganda tool ignores the truth

Thursday, December 12, 2019
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

"Celebrate Diversity" bannerA conservative advocacy group says over the last 21 years, "World AIDS Day" has become a tool to promote the homosexual lifestyle, depriving victims of the truth.

Except for "Pride Month" in June, World AIDS Day is the LGBT movement's biggest ideological push on society. And Brian Camenker of Mass Resistance says is also the most dishonest – in a deadly way.

Nearly 37 million people are estimated to have the disease, and 35 million have died from it. Yet officials use December 1st, World AIDS Day, to sell the idea that homosexual conduct is normal. And the use of condoms is promoted as a way to minimize the chance of contracting the virus that leads to the deadly disease.

"They're somewhat effective, but … somewhat effective isn't good enough for something that'll kill you," Camenker contends. "These drugs are just experimental, and they don't keep you from getting AIDS, and they don't really mitigate the symptoms that much. They do make a lot of money for drug companies, though."

Camenker, Brian (MassResistance)Since most new AIDS cases affect males between 13 to 24 years old, Camenker thinks World Aids Day should promote a different angle: The truth.

"They're not telling them the truth. The truth is don't engage in homosexuality because that's how AIDS is spread," he says. "Seven percent of it's also spread through … sharing needles."

So if behaviors change, then a significant drop in infections and AIDS-related deaths will be the result.

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