Again, this is another move under the Obama administration to put the American public in danger while promoting what is clearly an unhealthy lifestyle. The Food and Drug Administration advisors will be meeting the first week in December to talk about lifting a thirty year old prohibition on sodomites donating blood.
The Hill reports:
If the FDA accepts the recommendation from its advisory board, it would roll back a policy that has faced mounting criticism from LGBT advocates and some members of Congress for more than four years.
"We've got the ball rolling. I feel like this is a tide-turning vote," said Ryan James Yezak, an LGBT activist who founded the National Gay Blood Drive and will speak at next week's meeting. "There's been a lot of feet dragging and I think they're realizing it now."
Groups such as the American Red Cross and America's Blood Centers voiced support for the policy change this month, calling the ban "medically and scientifically unwarranted." The American Medical Association voted to end the ban last summer.
"The public health rationale for this ban has kind of been packed away," said Glenn Cohen, a medical ethics professor at Harvard Law School who criticized the ban in an article recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine."
Wait, what? This ban is "medically and scientifically unwarranted?" Seriously? I wonder if these geniuses could tell us how many people contracted AIDS from blood transfusions.
Let's quote from the government's own website regarding AIDS, shall we?
According to AIDS.gov under the question "How do you get HIV?"
Certain body fluids from an HIV-infected person can transmit HIV.
These body fluids are:
- Semen (cum)
- Pre-seminal fluid (pre-cum)
- Rectal fluids
- Vaginal fluids
- Breast milk
These body fluids must come into contact with a mucous membrane or damaged tissue or be directly injected into your bloodstream (by a needle or syringe) for transmission to possibly occur. Mucous membranes are the soft, moist areas just inside the openings to your body. They can be found inside the rectum, the vagina or the opening of the penis, and the mouth.
For more information, see CDC's HIV Basics: HIV Transmission.
OK, so the government's own website on AIDS says HIV can be transmitted via any of these bodily fluids, and of those fluids, we know that sodomites engage in various activities where they come in contact with each other's fluids in these categories.
The AIDS.gov site continues:
- Receiving blood transfusions, blood products, or organ/tissue transplants that are contaminated with HIV. This risk is extremely small because of rigorous testing of the US blood supply and donated organs and tissues.
While the site goes on to state, "a person with HIV can still potentially transmit HIV to a partner even if they have an undetectable viral load, because: HIV may still be found in a person's genital fluids (e.g., semen, vaginal fluids)," it then follows up with "The viral load test only measures virus in a person's blood."
So there are clearly cases in which people have received HIV via a blood transfusion, even if they are rare. Let me ask you America, would you be willing to run that risk of a sodomite donating blood with the slim chance that he may just give you HIV? Wouldn't that be like me offering you a coke with the possibility that it contained only 1% poison? Would you drink it? Would you run the risk?
I'm guessing your answer would be "No." And why? Because you understand the risks involved.
Glenn Cohen, a medical ethics professor at Harvard Law School (there's that school again), who has been critical of the ban said, "It's a little crazy that you can shed blood for your country, but you can't donate blood to another human being."
Yeah, well Glenn, when one sheds their blood for their country, they aren't running the risk of infecting a fellow countryman with a deadly disease either. But again, this is the reprobate mind at work America and its part of the judgment of God.
To show you just how reprobate the sodomites are, The Hill reported on Richard Dedor, an author and speaker who is an open sodomite. When Dedor wanted to donate bone marrow to help a family friend (something which is a noble effort), he was asked on the form whether he had engaged in sodomy with men.
"I sat there for a second and thought, should I be honest, or should I lie?" he recalled.
Understanding how HIV is transferred, the fact that this man actually asked himself whether he should tell the truth or lie should cause everyone concern. Furthermore, it should have given cause for concern for the one needing the bone marrow. Oh, but there I go making judgments about an issue of morality with implications of health risks to innocent people.
Dedor then made this incredible statement, "Others in my exact same situation do lie because they believe so vehemently that they have the right — forget the right, the ability — to keep the blood supply and the bone marrow supply safe."
Is that telling? I think it is. Part of the way that blood and bone marrow supplies are kept safe is by eliminating those (1-2% of the population) who present a health threat to the general population, despite the efforts to keep the blood supply safe. Furthermore, I wonder when, and if, people will begin to hold organizations like the America Red Cross, the FDA and the individual sodomites that donate blood which result in the person contracting HIV accountable. I'm talking financially and judicially accountable.
One policy has been put forth that would limit the discrimination against sodomites to one year since they last engaged in sodomy, but Illinois Democrat Rep. Mike Quigley said that it would be "still discriminatory" and hopes that would be fully reversed.
Great! Then let Rep. Quigley put his undiscriminatory behind on that line and be liable for any and all people who contract HIV from sodomites who donate blood. Let's see if he is willing to sign his name on the dotted line and put his money where his mouth is (literally). I'm granting Rep. Quigley won't be as quick to sign anything to that affect.
In the final analysis, AIDS was clearly a judgment upon the sodomite community. That's why when it first came out, it was only found among sodomites and was referred to as Gay Immune Deficiency Syndrome (GRIDS). Obviously, we have seen in the sodomite community that many of the men also engaged women and abused drugs, leading to the spread of the virus beyond the sodomite community.
Like the issue of marriage, the issue of blood donation could easily be resolved if we simply started dealing with sodomites in a biblical manner (apart from those individuals repenting), but sadly most people would rather risk innocent lives than deal with those who are committing crimes against nature and nature's God.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.