Published at LifeSiteNews:
More than 9 in 10 new HIV cases among young men and boys ages 13 to 24 in the U.S. occur among homosexuals and bisexuals, according to a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The April 25 CDC report, “HIV Among Gay and Bisexual Men,” offers stark evidence of the extreme health risks associated with male homosexual sex, in particular receptive anal sex. Below are some of its findings: Continue reading
Strangely, the World seems to have become blithely unaware of World AIDS Day, which just a few years ago was one of the most important days in the calendar of secular awareness-raising rituals. Neither on the European Commission’s nor on the European Parliament’s websites (and not even at the indefatigable ILGA-Europe or the EP’s Sodomy-Intergroup) does one find any mention of it, and on the streets around Place Lux and R-P Schuman there is a shining absence of people wearing red ribbons and stern faces.
Is everybody getting bored by the AIDS issue? Or have they discovered that it is not any more efficacious in promoting “LGBT”?
We, too, have little time to spend on this – but for the convenience of our readers, we point back at the post we published last year. It remains still valid.
The LGBT-lobby is outraged. Unable to find rational and civilized arguments, they are notorious for using violence and hate-speech to promote their sinister agenda. But the Cour d’appel (appeals court) of Paris has now outlawed their preferred combat tactics, condemning Laura Pora, the former president of the homo-perverse activist group “Act Up” to pay a fine of 800 Euro for insulting the pro-family group Manif pour tous and its president, Ludovine de La Rochère, as “homophobes”. This fine is a criminal sanction. Continue reading
For a long time a homosexual Air Canada flight attendant named Gaëtan Dugas was considered to have been the first known patient to have suffered from AIDS – and suspected to have deliberately spread the new disease through his irresponsible sex life.
A new study, published in the latest edition of “Nature”, somewhat corrects this perception. Apparently Mr. Dugas was not “Patient zero”, but “Patient 057”, i.e. the fifty-seventh person to have been diagnosed with the disease, which seems to have made its first appearance in the U.S already some years earlier. Continue reading
The Toronto Gay Pride is there to exalt perversity, not diversity. This is what one must conclude from the news that the organisers of the event, who definitely still have to learn a lesson or two on tolerance and open-mindedness, are launching a $104-million legal threat last week against a group of Christians led by Canadian activist Bill Whatcott who had infiltrated the Gay Pride Parade in July dressed as “gay zombies” in green skintight suits to hand out info packets about the physical and spiritual dangers of homosexual practices. Continue reading
Today is World AIDS Day, so don’t forget to put on your red ribbon and exhibit a sorrow-stricken face.
In Europe more than 142,000 people were diagnosed with HIV last year, according to the surveillance report published by the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the World Health Organization. This means that new infections have reached a new all-time high. Far from being brought under control, the threat posed by HIV/AIDS is in fact massively increasing. Even if great progress may have been achieved with regard to medical treatment of HIV/AIDS, this progress still only allows people to live with the disease, but not to get rid of it.
Unfortunately, while living with the disease, many of those affected spread it through their irresponsible and ruthless behaviour. Continue reading
It was touted as “the biggest HIV/AIDS charity event world-wide”, although what it really promoted was probably the disease itself rather than any form of charity for its victims.
Beginning from 1992, the annual “Life Ball” held each year in Vienna indeed developed into one of the most visible self-exhibitions of the international LGBT-jet-set. Among the regular participants were Elton John, Bill Clinton, Charlize Theron, Sean Penn, Catherine Deneuve, Liza Minnelli, Sharon Stone, Dita von Teese, Anastacia, Heidi Klum, Naomi Campbell, and other decadents. Participants competed for the most extravagant outfits, with many of them appearing half nude. In short, it was a huge celebration of homosexual and other sexually disordered lifestyles, i.e. the very same behaviours and attitudes through which HIV/AIDS is passed on from one victim to the next. Continue reading