“Fools rush in where wise men never go….”
Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) continue to have high rates of HIV 35years after the epidemic was discovered among young MSM in American cities which had removed their buggery laws.
LGBTTTIQQAB+ politics championed by the likes of President Obama and UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon prevents the implementation of standard medical epidemiological measures among MSM.
If one were to recommend the data driven and time proven strategy of avoidance as primary prevention one would be labelled “intolerant” , “a hater” , ” a bigot” and ” a homophobe” by the academy, the media , liberal politician and those for whom truth and reality are optional.
Amazingly the academy, media and liberal politicians claim that there are “human rights” to buggery by Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) – the act which is the substantial engine of the AIDS epidemics. The US does not mention buggery in its 2015 strategy for dealing with HIV/AIDS although research shows that 98% of the difference in HIV rates between MSM and the heterosexual population is due to two factors 1. the practice of anal penetration and 2. the capacity of a male to play either role on different occasions (role reversal).
Even more ridiculous is the fact that Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) which is designed to give children the same nihilistic and anarchist approach to sex that exists in the homosexual community is recommended by the academy.
Truth remains truth however so even as the delusion continues reality persists. What is fascinating is the consistency of the academy in supporting illogic. They were also significant supporters of communism.
UN says HIV infections among C’bean adults on the rise
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GENEVA, Switzerland (CMC) —The United Nations says HIV infections among adults in the Caribbean has risen, warning also that the decline globally among adults has stalled for at least five years.
The Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) Prevention Gap Report, issued here on Wednesday, reveals that “after years of steady decline, the Caribbean saw a nine per cent rise among adults.”
In launching the report, UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibé told reporters that, globally, new HIV infections among adults and children have been reduced by 40 per cent since the peak in 1997,but lamented that the decline among adults has stalled for at least five years.
The report reveals that an estimated 1.9 million adults have become infected with HIV every year for at least the past five years and that new HIV infections among adults are rising in some regions.
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The UN said the Caribbean is second to sub-Saharan Africa for the prevalence of HIV infections.
“We are sounding the alarm. The power of prevention is not being realized. If there is a resurgence in new HIV infections now, the epidemic will become impossible to control. The world needs to take urgent and immediate action to close the prevention gap,” Sidibé said.
Since the start of the AIDS epidemic 35 years ago, Sidibé said 35 million people have died from AIDS-related illnesses and an estimated 78 million people have become infected with HIV.
He said new HIV infections among children have declined by more than 70 per cent since 2001, and are continuing to decline.
The UN said that, in 2014, key populations, including gay men and other men who have sex with men, sex workers and their clients, transgender people, people who inject drugs and prisoners, accounted for 35 per cent of new HIV infections globally.
The UN said it is estimated that men who have sex with men are 24 times more likely to become infected with HIV than the general population, while sex workers are 10 times more likely and people who inject drugs are 24 times more likely to become infected than the general population.
In addition, it said transgender people are 49 times more likely to be living with HIV and prisoners are five times more likely to be living with HIV than adults in the general population.
“It is essential for key populations to have access to the full range of HIV prevention options in order to protect themselves and their sexual partners from HIV,” the UN said.
The report highlights that the major hopes for antiretroviral therapy to have an impact on preventing new HIV infections are starting to be realized, although the full benefits may not be seen for some years.
“Science, innovation and research have provided new and effective HIV prevention options, rapid diagnostics and improved treatment for HIV,” Sidibé said, adding “investing in innovation is the only way to secure the next big breakthrough – a cure or a vaccine.”
The data in the report, collected from more than 160 countries, “demonstrate that enormous gains can be achieved when concerted efforts are made,” the UN said.
The data outlines that, by 2015, some 17million people had access to antiretroviral therapy, double the number in 2010and 22 times the number in 2000.
UNAIDS said it will be calling on implementers, innovators, communities, scientists, donors and others at the 2016 International AIDS Conference, taking place, from July 18-22, in Durban, South Africa, to close the prevention gap.