Poor Witches

RTB: A New York City AIDS-Cult experience brought this on…

“Oh, the AIDS ribbon. You still believe in that fairy tale? That people get sick for no reason, because they had sex a twenty or forty years ago? Yeah, that was a good one, they really fooled a lot of people…. you know, they used to convince a lot of people that some of them were witches. They’d drown them in public, and the crowd would say, ‘poor witch, but nothing could be done.'”

by Liam Scheff

Attack of the AIDS cult in NYC. The workers in a Whole Foods store were wearing the red (pity/suicide) ribbon. I said, “What’s that about? Why are you promoting pharma crap?” One fellow said, “We’re raising awareness.”

I said, “for what? For how sex is dangerous? For how some people are sick? How does that help anyone?” He was perplexed. He said he had an uncle who was “pos,” and the drugs were saving him. I said, “The drugs are toxic.” He said, “Yeah, they are, they really are.”

The next day, I said to a truly stupefied girl working there, “Why are you guys wearing those ribbons? You know that the drugs you are promoting are all FDA black box drugs?” She didn’t answer, hardly responded. She then said they were wearing them to support someone in the store who had made them (who was either newly “pos,” or had a friend who was – it wasn’t very clear). She said, “Whatever you think, sir.”

I said, “Whatever I think? You can look it up, if you like. AIDS drugs, black box.”

But she was wearing the ribbon, “raising awareness,” and when I shared my “awareness” with the girl she didn’t want it. The AIDS cult doesn’t want your awareness; they want your stupefied, idiotic pity.

Well, screw that. You raise my awareness, I’ll share it with you.

Here’s what I’ll say from now on: “Oh, the AIDS ribbon. You still believe in that fairy tale? That people get sick for no reason, because they had sex twenty or forty years ago? Yeah, that was a good one, they really fooled a lot of people…. you know, they used to convince a lot of people that some of them were witches. They’d drown them in public, and the crowd would say, ‘poor witch, but nothing could be done.'”

And then I’ll probably get thrown out. But what the hell.

One thought on “Poor Witches

  1. I can definitely relate; only about 1 in 20 people I speak with respond positively to the idea that HIV doesn’t cause AIDS; the rest are practically drooling zombies who embrace the unproven HIV/AIDS theory without question.

    DEBATE STRATEGY
    I’ve found that the single most powerful angle you can use to combat this raging HIV/AIDS illiteracy is to challenge them to produce the original scientific reference that proves HIV causes AIDS. Only the most steadfast zombie will retort that since so many people believe HIV=AIDS, no scientific paper or proof is necessary.

    You can’t reason with zombies; they are the walking dead.

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