AIDS 'Patient Zero' was a publicity strategy, scholar writes

Apr 22, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Philly.com

The 1987 New York Post headline - THE MAN WHO GAVE US AIDS - was arguably one of the most influential of all time.

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achyfi

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Apr 22, 2013
 
"Darrow, now a professor at Florida International University, teaches a course called Ethical Issues in Public Health.

'Most public health people think that the ends justify the means,' he said."

In other words, they know better than you what's good for you, so it's OK for them to lie as much as necessary in order to brainwash you into thinking and acting the way they want you to.

That's what they did with the nonexistent white heterosexual AIDS epidemic of the 80s in the US. That's what they continue to do with "global warming". That's what they do when they scream about "genetically modified foods" - as if every tomato and ear of corn, not to mention every pet dog and cat, weren't already genetically modified to begin with.

The best way to piss off these Goebbelses of the intellectual Left is to refuse to be pigeonholed as just a stereotypical member of your race or gender or other minority group, and stubbornly insist on always thinking for yourself - the very thing they believe you incapable of doing.

“I like to be in control”

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Apr 22, 2013
 
This mans right, think for yourself and ignore his ramblings. Experts are expertd for a reason and as long as their theories are rigously tested and proven then their expertise is worth listening too. Certainly far more than some guy on the internet anyways. So indeed, think for yourself and choose who you're going to listen too, because I don't know about you but I certainly am no expert on everything in the world and I need to rely on experts out there. Like engineers and medical doctors let's say.
achyfi

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etem wrote:
This mans right, think for yourself and ignore his ramblings. Experts are expertd for a reason and as long as their theories are rigously tested and proven then their expertise is worth listening too. Certainly far more than some guy on the internet anyways. So indeed, think for yourself and choose who you're going to listen too, because I don't know about you but I certainly am no expert on everything in the world and I need to rely on experts out there. Like engineers and medical doctors let's say.
You make a valid point. I am not suggesting that experts are wrong about everything - although they certainly were wrong about saccharin being a significant carcinogen in humans. Most of the time, it's not the scientists that are wrong but the media deliberately distorting the science for political purposes. News "reporters" are not experts in anything except propaganda. Don't let them stampede you into a panic if what they're saying doesn't match what your common sense tells you, no matter how many "experts" (usually unidentified) they throw at you.
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I agree.

It really was the out of control nature of all of the bath house boys, not just that one, that brought this plague upon us--and they're hard at work on AIDS II.

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