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HIV/AIDS: God’s Punishment on the Act of Homosexual Sodomy

This must be the least politically correct entry I’ve ever written on my blog, but today we’re going to throw homosexuals and blacks under the bus. HIV/AIDS is God’s punishment on the act of homosexual sodomy. Furthermore, when you consider that one out of every thirty-three black men is in prison today, this accounts for the disproportionate representation of this racial group carrying the virus.

While listening to an NPR show in Oakland in the car on my way to work in 2005, I heard the Rev. Jesse Jackson speak to this issue. He said that blacks are overrepresented as a race in both: prison populations and HIV/AIDS infections. To explain this phenomenon, he instructed that men in prison are having sex in order to establish power hierarchies, which provide order in their lives where there would otherwise be chaos among them. He said (and I’m paraphrasing now) that some people act like wild dogs and that they need to be put in line so they don’t terrorize the rest of the [community]. So these men get it up the ass.

He said these [black] men are having ‘prison sex, same sex, drug sex, rape sex […] and they are spreading it (HIV/AIDS).”

My inference here is that God punishes the weak willed. It is natural for men to be attracted to each other. This is self-evident. However, just *how* men are attracted to each other depends upon the nature of the person who is attracted. If the attractee (we’ll call it) is dissolute and thereby self-indulgent, he will go beyond a respectful and polite level of agreement and attraction on friendly terms with another man. That is where [and how] the line is drawn.  



Ban on Sex for Soldiers in Afghanistan Lifted … Sort Of (military.com)

JALALABAD, Afghanistan — Single soldiers and civilians working for the U.S. military in Afghanistan can now have sex legally. Sort of.

A new order signed by Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Schloesser, commander of Combined Joint Task Force-101, has lifted a ban on sexual relations between unmarried men and women in the combat zone.

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General Order No. 1 outlines a number of prohibited activities and standards of conduct for U.S. troops and civilians working for the military in Afghanistan. Previously, under the regulation, sexual relations and “intimate behavior” between men and women not married to each other were a strict no-no. The regulation also barred members of the opposite sex from going into each other’s living quarters unless they were married to each other.

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But the latest version of General Order No. 1 for Afghanistan, which Schloesser signed April 19, eases those restrictions.

The new regulation warns that sex in a combat zone “can have an adverse impact on unit cohesion, morale, good order and discipline.”

But sexual relations and physical intimacy between men and women not married to each other are no longer banned outright. They’re only “highly discouraged,” and that’s as long as they’re “not otherwise prohibited” by the Uniform Code of Military Justice, according to the new order…