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The Twenty-first Century Black Death Syndrome
© 2003 Williscroft
variously been described as the scourge of the century, the worst killer of
the millennium, the biggest threat to humanity since the Black Death….
Whether or not
these descriptions are accurate or even true, the public’s perception holds
AIDS to be this arch villain. It has certainly been the focus of a significant
part of the Biotech Industry since President Ronald Reagan’s fateful 1983
announcement about the probable connection between AIDS and HIV.
What we seemed
to have identified back then was a disease that not only spread rapidly in
male homosexual communities and among recreational drug users, but that also
found its way into the heterosexual community at large, and even had begun to
spread to people with no particular behavior patterns that put them at risk in
the first place. This disease resulted in death 100% of the time, although
sometimes it took years for death to occur. We have no way to prevent AIDS,
and no way to cure it. To come down with AIDS is a death sentence.
This is scary
In 1347 when the
Bubonic Plague arrived in Europe from China, it spread rapidly
throughout Medieval Europe. At first nobody understood what was
happening, but a short five years later 25 million people were dead, and
Medieval European society had learned how to control future outbreaks. Victims
were isolated as soon as their illness was diagnosed. In fact, the areas in
which they lived were isolated. Victim’s bodies were burned along with the
buildings they occupied and all their belongings—no exceptions. Where this
was assiduously followed, new outbreaks were quickly contained, and the Plague
was brought under control. By 1600, after fully 250 years of terror, the Black
Death finally disappeared.
Century Europe and even the young United States saw widespread Cholera
epidemics that resulted primarily from people not understanding the sanitation
needs of large populations living closely together in the developing
mega-cities of that time. Once again, the highly contagious outbreaks of this
disease were controlled mainly by isolating the sick until they got well or
Typhoid, Rheumatic Fever, Polio, Small Pox….
Certain diseases are highly contagious. We
didn’t make them that way; it simply is in their nature. We now have cures
for all these, and even have developed prophylactic immunizations. But when
someone comes down with one of these despite our best efforts, the patient is
quarantined until the infectious stage passes. The law actually requires this
in most cases.
this context, the single most contagious disease in today’s world is AIDS.
Coupled to its incurability and terminality, of all the diseases requiring
quarantine, AIDS should top the list. When a person develops a sexually
transmitted disease (STD) such as Syphilis or Gonorrhea, the law requires that
all sexual partners be notified immediately, in order to truncate the spread
of the infection and give the affected persons necessary treatment. It only
stands to reason that we should do this, because the ultimate health safety of
each individual is at risk, given the nature STDs.
is a sexually transmitted disease; it can be transmitted by other means, but
primarily, it is sexually transmitted. Unlike most other STDs, AIDS has no
cure; and unlike all other STDs, it is 100% terminal. Why, therefore, is AIDS
treated differently from all other highly contagious diseases?
most places in the U.S., when a clinic determines that a person has AIDS, it
may not tell anyone. The person’s sex partners are not notified. The
person’s family is not notified. Nobody at all is notified. This individual
carrying arguably the most deadly known disease is allowed back into the
general population with only that person’s own sense of values preventing
him or her from transmitting the disease to innocent people, possibly a lot of
innocent people. And remember—every individual who contracts AIDS will die,
this stupid, or what?
This ludicrous turn of events was
engineered by a vociferous coalition of Gays and Liberal activists. They
managed to have members of most of the AIDS-at-risk groups politically
classified as “minorities,” with protected special rights. Their
motivation seems to have been that male homosexuals comprise the predominant
membership of most of these groups, and quarantine of these AIDS infected
groups in order to halt the spread of AIDS would amount to tacit
discrimination against homosexuals in general.
So, for reasons that fall entirely into the whacky political correctness category, the entire population of the United States is at risk, not just of getting sick, but of succumbing to a painful, lingering death.
How utterly stupid can a society be? What insane craziness causes some people to believe that this is the correct way to handle this illness? If AIDS really is what the general society believes, if it really is the scourge of the millennium that is highly contagious, has no cure, and always results in death, then why—in God’s name—are we allowing AIDS infected people to wander about in our general population?
What kind of insanity drives the Liberal Left to foist this situation on the rest of us? If AIDS really is what we believe, then quarantine the entire AIDS population immediately, and bring the epidemic to a screeching halt. Isolate the victims, and the spread of the disease stops immediately. No one else, absolutely no one else gets AIDS. It’s that simple.
On the other hand, if Professor Peter H.
Duesberg and Nobel Laureate Kary B. Mullis are correct about AIDS (see Aids
- The Disease that Isn't -
Thrawn Rickle 53) then the example I use to illustrate the point of this
article is moot. If AIDS really is not the disease we believe it is, then we
don’t need draconian measures to control it. This in no way changes the
strength of the argument, however, that in insane element in our society is
pulling strings that affect each of us individually in profound ways.
If AIDS is not
real, then these idiots ended up only spinning their wheels instead of putting
all of us at risk. But what if it is? What if Duesberg and Mullis are
mistaken? What if HIV really does cause AIDS, and what if AIDS really is the
highly virulent, incurable, deadly disease that the rest of the medical
establishment tells us it is? Then you and I, your family and mine, our
relatives and friends have all been put at deadly risk for the political
convenience of a small group of people with a lifestyle that differs
dramatically from the norm of our society.
The people who
did this to us are as much traitors to what America represents as if they had
crossed the line in time of war and physically joined the enemy to fight
against us. Whether or not AIDS is real, whether or not HIV is the culprit,
whether or not we face deadly peril, the people who caused all the secrecy
surrounding AIDS are dangerous fools who should be prosecuted for putting all
of us at risk. It is important to understand that they believed AIDS
was deadly, and they undertook their actions despite this “danger.” It
matters little if it turns out that the danger was not real since they acted
with the belief that it was. This is sufficient to convict them in any court,
if someone will have the courage to bring up the appropriate charges.