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Take Into Account The Lies The CDC And World Health Organization Told The World About HIV/AIDS And Prevent LGBTQ In Ghana

Feature Article Take Into Account The Lies The CDC And World Health Organization Told The World About HIVAIDS And Prevent LGBTQ In Ghana
JUN 27, 2022 LISTEN

Even if the West and the US government want to legalize homosexuality in Ghana, one of the reasons I have never been interested in the topic is that both the West and America lied about Aids when the epidemic suddenly swept the globe in the early 1980s.

The Centers for Disease Control claim that monkeys imported from the Philippines to America are to blame for the spread of HIV/AIDS around the world. Given that the illness was a biological weapon created to eradicate the black race in both Africa and the United States of America, this is a significant cover-up for a medical crime against humanity.

This is one of the reasons why both Africans in Africa and African-Americans in the United States of America have suffered greatly from the disease. Mike Adams, an environmental scientist and patent holder for a method to eliminate radioactive isotopes of cesium, revealed the US government's plan to use vaccines to depopulate black people, yet, the US government, the Centers for Disease Control, and the World Health Organization have never expressed regret.

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The deliberate infection of African-Americans with diseases, from 1932 to 1972, the USA Public Health Service carried out a study entitled “Study of Untreated syphilis in the male negro in Macon County,” involving 400 dark-skinned men (Africa-Americans) suffering from syphilis, who were deceived into believing that they were receiving effective treatment.


Today, the Centers for Disease Control is warning gay men about a new disease to hit gay men, so I’m not right if I fight against the legalization of homosexuality in Ghana? Apart from Malaria, every disease decimating Africa is man-made but yet, they want to tell Africans that they care about the LGBTQ people, therefore, Ghana needs to legalize homosexuality. That will not happen.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Florida health officials, a historic meningococcal outbreak among homosexual and bisexual males has resulted in seven deaths and 24 others who were extremely ill.

The Centers for Disease Control has advised vaccinations for all gay and bisexual males in the Sunshine State due to the worrisome increase in instances. One of the worst meningococcal illness epidemics among homosexual and bisexual males in US history, according to the FDA, is being caused by ongoing transmissions.

According to health officials, the bacteria can spread by saliva and intimate contact is necessary for transmission. An infection can be brought on by kissing or being close to an infected person who coughs. Meningococcal illness, which involves infections of the bloodstream and the lining of the brain and spinal cord (meningitis), can kill anyone, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

For gay males who intend to visit Florida, the agency is also advising vaccinations. The majority of those infected by this outbreak are Floridians, but it has also spread to some visitors, according to officials. Half of the people who contract the sickness in Florida are Hispanic, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

Earlier than the LGBTQ Pride Parade, a mass shooting in Norway leaves two people dead and numerous others injured. On the day the city was scheduled to have its annual LGBTQ Pride parade, a shooter opened fire in Oslo, the capital of Norway, early on Saturday morning, killing two people and injuring 21 others.

In connection with the shooting, which targeted several nightclubs, authorities announced they had detained a 42-year-old Norwegian national of Iranian descent. According to Norwegian police, the suspect is thought to be a radicalized Islamist with a history of mental illness who has been known to intelligence agencies since 2015.

The shootings were described as an extreme Islamist terror crime by acting Norwegian security service chief Roger Berg, who also noted the suspect's extensive history of violence and threats. The shootings claimed the lives of two individuals, one in his 50s and the other in his 60s. Although ten persons had significant injuries, it wasn't thought that any of them were life-threatening. Eleven more people sustained minor wounds.

The 42-year-old man was detained shortly after the shooting at the London Pub, a nightclub and bar well-liked by the city's LGBTQ community and the streets surrounding it, according to the security service chief. The highest degree of terror alert was declared by the Scandinavian nation's authorities.

The United States "has been in touch with the Norwegian government and offered to provide support," according to a statement from Jake Sullivan, the National Security Advisor for the United States.

"The world has been affected by the horrifying massacre in Norway this morning. This act of terrorism is highly condemned by the United States "Said Sullivan. The varied and thriving LGBTQI+ community in Oslo, our close NATO partner Norway, and everyone else who has been affected by this senseless crime is all supported by us.

According to police attorney Christian Hatlo, the suspect is being jailed on suspicion of murder, attempted murder, and terrorism because so many persons were targeted in several locations. The suspect's mental state was also being looked into. Hatlo declared on Saturday that there was reason to assume that the man intended to instill severe anxiety in the populace.

Based on the false information provided by the US government, the World Health Organization, and the Centers for Disease Control on HIV-Aids, the majority of Ghanaians have the right to oppose the legalization of homosexuality in Ghana.

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