10% Is Not Enough!


In the late ’80’s, a demonstration in Washington D.C. featured an emerging political power and special interest group.  The University of Chicago surveyed 50,000 people (one of the largest surveys ever) to determine the percentage of the population this group represented – it turned out, to be between 1% and 2%.

It’s hard to believe such a small percentage could turn the United States of America upside down, but it did.  While demonstrating, they were chanting “Recruit recruit; 10% is not enough”.  The group was a “gay” group demanding their rights as a persecuted group.  The term “gay” as it applies to homosexuals goes back to the 1890’s – 100 years earlier.  It wasn’t until the 1980’s that it entered the American lexicon as commonly understood.

This group, led by men (disregard any political incorrectness) who were starting to suffer severe health problems with a disease that was first termed GRID (Gay Related Immune Deficiency).  Of course, that stigmatized gays, so they had to change it to AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome).  The new moniker made it appear much more random and accidental.

Now that they’ve successfully recruited more in their numbers with the help of corrupt legislation forcing their behavior on government school children and demanding special rights and attention, they are now spreading AIDS (accidentally of course) at a rapid pace.  The pharmaceutical companies are loving it, because they are making billions of dollars on medications to fight (cure) it.

Taxpayers are picking up the tab which runs in the hundreds of thousands of dollars per person per year.  It is estimated that in the not too distant future, treating AIDS and or its prevention will run $75,000,000,000 a year.  You can afford that – right?  Just one thought provoking question – will 10% ever be enough?

–  Pen

Pensamiento Peligroso writes the truth as he sees it, and if it upsets you, then it makes you think!

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