Blog Post – World AIDS Day On April 24, 1980, the CDC identified San Francisco resident Ken Home as the first patient of the AIDS epidemic in the US, although at that point it was called “GRID” for gay-related immune deficiency.” A group of homosexuals met in Washington, DC in 1982 to petition the Centers […]
World AIDS Day was first established in 1988 by the World Health Organization to unite communities to fight against HIV/AIDS. The US theme for 2015 is “The Time to Act is Now.” The American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide advocate for Biblical morality, abstinence until marriage and faithfulness within marriage, agrees that the time to act is now, but the first step is the need for honesty.
Sunday was World AIDS Day. On Monday President Obama said another $100 million in the federal budget would be redirected to AIDS research. On Tuesday St. Luke’s University Health Network in Lehigh Valley gave into the demands of homosexual activists and announced it would begin offering same-sex domestic partner benefits to its employees in 2014. The theme of World AIDS Day 2013 was “Shared Responsibility: Strengthening Results for an AIDS-Free Generation.” The American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide advocate for the natural family, is appalled at the inability of those who should know better to be able to connect the dots and continue promoting the very lifestyle that creates the AIDS crisis in America.
Today’s political climate brings these three issues together. World AIDS Day recognized each December 1st was established by the World Health Organization in 1988. As AIDS is in the spotlight today, we have to realize that any discussion about AIDS must naturally lead to a discussion about lifting the ban on homosexuals in the military. Only the British media is talking about Manning’s homosexuality and the unacceptable risk to morale, good order and discipline he has created.