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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by ShagNappy, Feb 15, 2015.
"Shh. Quiet. This might affect the tourist industry negatively, and strip Cuba of its ranking on the list of top sex-slave markets." Carlos Eire, history and religious studies professor at Yale University.
Not to worry I'm sure that the big pharma companies are working to develop a new vaccine that will protect us all.
Just don't worry about all the side effects. You might end up in jail.
Rand Paul said over the weekend in Sarasota Florida that opponents of the Obama opening to Cuba should visit the island. Actually, it has been legal for Cuban Americans to visit Cuba since 1978. Paul said, "Some of those people who get very emotional about Cuba, it might be good for them to go visit Cuba." Rand Paul will not do well with Cuban Americans who do not want to reward the Castros for their crimes against humanity.
Daniel Greenfield, a New York writer, notes, "Cuba’s AIDS problem stemmed from its involvement in African wars and its own domestic sex trade."
Footnote: Cuba had troops in 17 African countries at one time or another in the 1970s.
"Havana’s conspicuous scenes of street-level prostitution are the public face of a hidden, sordid trade in children as young as four. Many prostituted children in Cuba are second- or third-generation, following in the footsteps of sex-worker mothers to earn money for families complicit in their exploitation."
Cuba locks up aids patients for the rest of their lives.
'Cuba's approach to HIV infection "can only be termed totalitarian," added Dr. Stephen C. Joseph, New York City health commissioner. "They test people involuntarily. They lock up people who test positive. They take away their employment. And they do so knowing that these people will be locked up for life."'
Daniel Greenfield concludes, "There are a few possibilities. Cuban testing may be really shoddy. That’s a likely assumption. Or alternatively, Cuba maintaining Sub-Saharan African conditions for some of its population, especially in the sex trade, may have given the disease a boost.
The logical thing to do would be to quarantine Cuba, but the left is going to spin this as showcasing how important it is that we cooperate with Cuba’s slave doctors in exporting this new flavor of the disease to America."