Thursday, September 07, 2006

    Subterranean Racism

    I really get a laugh at some of the new words and phrases that have appeared over the recent years, and Stephen Lewis - a liberal Canadian who is the UN's secretary gerneral's special envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa - brings the typical liberal guilt-inducing phrase "Subterranean Racism" into play:
    Stephen Lewis, the Canadian who is the United Nations' secretary general's special envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa, said Wednesday that "racism" must be responsible for the lack of action from the West in addressing the crisis in Africa.

    He suggested that "there has to be some kind of subterranean racism at work," to explain why Western governments haven't stepped up to save the lives of millions of Africans infected with HIV/AIDS.
    Well Mr. Lewis, as an American taxpayer I don't want my money going to some other country that has a problem with their citizens keeping their zippers zipped. It has nothing to do with racism, yet liberals know that it is the second best guilt inducement to getting money, with children taking the number one slot (which they use the most).

    There are already billions of (wasted) taxpayer dollars the USA alone sends to Africa solely for AIDS-related activities (although about 90% gets skimmed off by corrupt officials). The whole program is just a dumping ground for money from the hardworking taxpayers of the USA - with absolutely nothing in return, except to temporarily quiet the liberal exploiters.

    There are many reasons Africa (and India) has a huge AIDS problem, and just one of many was published yesterday - Scientists call South Africa's AIDS policy immoral, demanding firing of health minister.

    In typical liberal style, everyone else is to blame - except for the real cause - human promiscuity, immorality, and lack of personal responsibility - all of which are part of the liberal way of life, so of course they won't blame those reasons!

    So Mr. Stephen Lewis take note: I am not responsible for the irresponsible acts of others!

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