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Willows
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10/19/2019 1:11:24 AM
Posted: 11 months ago
We have already established the facts surrounding the acronym "AIDS" in the compellingly revealing topic, "Why Theists Have Aids".
https://www. Debate. Org/forums/religion/topic/4343830/

Of course AIDS (Arrogance, Ignorance, Delusion, And Stupidity) is not purely the domain of religion. There are atheists for example, Who have superstitious beliefs other than religious who would fit into the AIDS category. However, We are talking here, Specifically in a Religion Forum and whilst it can be said that some atheists may have AIDS (as per example) it is not because of being an atheist. On the other hand, It would be true to say that all of those who believe there is a God suffer from AIDS.

I think it fair to say that religious AIDS sufferers do not have such an affliction because they believe in God. In fact, Authoritative research has found that there is a genetic disposition for people to gravitate towards religion in order to channel their idiosyncratic beliefs.

The Symptoms
So, Lets unpack a worthy example of AIDS and take a look at the symptoms of this unique anti-social affliction.
In the Topic, "Hari, Why Aren't You White"(https://www. Debate. Org/forums/religion/topic/4343722/ ) the OP is as follows:
(You claim to be "on your way" to being white.
But you also claim to have reincarnated 3 times already. Why do you keep coming back as a black, 3rd world, Illiterate, Indian instead of a white master in Sweden?
If your karma is so great, How come 3 times now you came back as the same black, Poor, Moron living in a Calcutta slum?
(When are you going to be white?
Could it be that your spamming has irretrievably damaged your karma?
Could it be that you're stuck being an illiterate black Indian just as you're stuck wasting your pathetic life on moron spam?
Man, How you must hate yourself! )


Sure, We can see this is by far an extreme example but we can get a very clear understanding of the symptoms of AIDS.
Right from the start, The title shows that we are looking at racism and bigotry which of course are symptomatic of ignorance and arrogance. True to the title the entire thread focuses on gratuitous racist innuendo.

How about "delusion" then?
Do you notice the repeated use of questions followed by unqualified assumptions? ("Could it be that your spamming has irretrievably damaged your karma? ")
Obviously, The author here is questioning the voices inside his head and even stating superstition (Karma) and seeking some sort of rationalisation for his delusional thoughts. Okay, We all tend to have delusional-like thoughts from time to time but here we are seeing a gratuitous string of questions and assumptions. This is clearly delusion exemplified.

Now, Let's go for the full house, Shall we and test for the last category, "Stupid".
We all tend to get a tad subjective over the use of the "S" word but remember that we are looking at the definitive context (having or showing a great lack of intelligence or common sense).
Obviously, The repeated use of the word "moron" displays a great lack of intelligence or common sense.

So, There we have it. A prime case of fully-blown AIDS.
Harikrish
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10/21/2019 7:54:49 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
Willows what you define as AIDS (Arrogance, Ignorance, Delusion, And Stupidity) is not purely the domain of religion. There are atheists for example, Who have superstitious beliefs other than religious who would fit into the AIDS category. However, We are talking here, Specifically in a Religion Forum and whilst it can be said that some atheists may have AIDS (as per example) it is not because of being an atheist. On the other hand, It would be true to say that all of those who believe there is a God suffer from AIDS.

Did you know that belief could kill millions of Africans?

AIDS could kill 90 million Africans, Says UN

Nearly 90 million Africans could die from AIDS by 2025 without huge international investment, The UN said today, But 67 million people in Africa would still probably die of the disease.
The prediction from UNAids was that the African death toll from Aids would continue to rise no matter what was done but that 16 million people could be saved from death and 43 million from HIV infection if $200bn ("104bn). That sum is far more than donor nations have pledged thus far.

The UN agency report, AIDS in Africa, Examined three potential scenarios for the continent in the next 20 years, Depending on the international community's contribution to fighting the epidemic. Even in the best case scenario, With donor nations contributing $200bn, UNAids warned the worst effects of the epidemic would still be to come.

More than 25 million Africans have already been infected with HIV, The virus that causes AIDS. However, HIV infections could soar to 90 million, More than 10% of Africa's population, If more is not done soon to combat infection. UNAids estimated the number of AIDS orphans could grow from the current 11 million to 27 million by 2025.

Such an outcome had enormous security implications, The agency said. "All these kids growing up without any reference point, They are going to be a very easy reserve for any warlord that comes along, " the execooiutive director of UNAids, Peter Piot, Said.

"In today's world, AIDS threatens to destabilise certainly Africa, And perhaps eastern Europe, In a big way. That affects the wealthy countries in terms of migration, Decreasing markets and in terms of the fact that maybe troops will be sent [to restore peace] - all types of expensive consequences, " he said.

Researchers determined that even with greatly increased funding and better treatment, The number of Africans who will die from the virus is likely to reach 67 million.

"What we do today will change the future, " the report concludes. "These scenarios demonstrate that, While societies will have to deal with Aids for some time to come, The extent of the epidemic's impact will depend on the responses and investment now. "

"The scenarios are not predictions, They are plausible stories about the future, " Mr Piot said. They "highlight the various choices that are likely to confront African countries in the coming decades, " he said.

The worst scenario, According to the report, "offers a disturbing window on the future death toll across the continent, With the cumulative number of people dying from Aids increasing more than fourfold. . . The number of children orphaned by the epidemic will continue to rise beyond 2025. "

AIDS already has a devastating impact on the continent. UNAids has reported that life expectancy in nine countries has dropped to below 40 because of the disease. There are 11 million AIDS orphans in Africa, And 6, 500 people are dying from the disease each day. In 2004, 3 million people were newly infected, The agency said.

"If, By 2025, Millions of African people are still becoming infected with HIV each year. . . It will not be because there was no choice, " the report said. "It will be because, Collectively, There was insufficient political will to change behaviour at all levels from the institution, To the community, To the individual and halt the forces driving the AIDS epidemic in Africa. "
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10/21/2019 11:12:58 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
Harikrish wrote:
Willows what you define as AIDS (Arrogance, Ignorance, Delusion, And Stupidity) is not purely the domain of religion. There are atheists for example, Who have superstitious beliefs other than religious who would fit into the AIDS category. However, We are talking here, Specifically in a Religion Forum and whilst it can be said that some atheists may have AIDS (as per example) it is not because of being an atheist. On the other hand, It would be true to say that all of those who believe there is a God suffer from AIDS.

Did you know that belief could kill millions of Africans?

AIDS could kill 90 million Africans, Says UN

Nearly 90 million Africans could die from AIDS by 2025 without huge international investment, The UN said today, But 67 million people in Africa would still probably die of the disease.
The prediction from UNAids was that the African death toll from Aids would continue to rise no matter what was done but that 16 million people could be saved from death and 43 million from HIV infection if $200bn ("104bn). That sum is far more than donor nations have pledged thus far.

The UN agency report, AIDS in Africa, Examined three potential scenarios for the continent in the next 20 years, Depending on the international community's contribution to fighting the epidemic. Even in the best case scenario, With donor nations contributing $200bn, UNAids warned the worst effects of the epidemic would still be to come.

More than 25 million Africans have already been infected with HIV, The virus that causes AIDS. However, HIV infections could soar to 90 million, More than 10% of Africa's population, If more is not done soon to combat infection. UNAids estimated the number of AIDS orphans could grow from the current 11 million to 27 million by 2025.

Such an outcome had enormous security implications, The agency said. "All these kids growing up without any reference point, They are going to be a very easy reserve for any warlord that comes along, " the execooiutive director of UNAids, Peter Piot, Said.

"In today's world, AIDS threatens to destabilise certainly Africa, And perhaps eastern Europe, In a big way. That affects the wealthy countries in terms of migration, Decreasing markets and in terms of the fact that maybe troops will be sent [to restore peace] - all types of expensive consequences, " he said.

Researchers determined that even with greatly increased funding and better treatment, The number of Africans who will die from the virus is likely to reach 67 million.

"What we do today will change the future, " the report concludes. "These scenarios demonstrate that, While societies will have to deal with Aids for some time to come, The extent of the epidemic's impact will depend on the responses and investment now. "

"The scenarios are not predictions, They are plausible stories about the future, " Mr Piot said. They "highlight the various choices that are likely to confront African countries in the coming decades, " he said.

The worst scenario, According to the report, "offers a disturbing window on the future death toll across the continent, With the cumulative number of people dying from Aids increasing more than fourfold. . . The number of children orphaned by the epidemic will continue to rise beyond 2025. "

AIDS already has a devastating impact on the continent. UNAids has reported that life expectancy in nine countries has dropped to below 40 because of the disease. There are 11 million AIDS orphans in Africa, And 6, 500 people are dying from the disease each day. In 2004, 3 million people were newly infected, The agency said.

"If, By 2025, Millions of African people are still becoming infected with HIV each year. . . It will not be because there was no choice, " the report said. "It will be because, Collectively, There was insufficient political will to change behaviour at all levels from the institution, To the community, To the individual and halt the forces driving the AIDS epidemic in Africa. "

Very good corollary you have presented there.
You see, HIV is spread as an indirect result of lack of education.
Living in mud huts and having nothing better than a Commodore 64 to communicate with (one per village), The indigenous inhabitants are ill-educated about the spread of deadly, Infectious diseases.

It's a bit like religion really.
If one looks at AIDS (Arrogance, Ignorance, Delusion, Stupidity) we can see that it is a result of lack of education.
The alarming thing is that in this scenario, The lack of education is self-imposed.
Many religious die-hards have the best Macbook Pros and high speed internet plus access to countless countless scientific publications and lectures. But they have been commanded by their superiors to completely block out any information that may in any way conflict with the contrived lies that they are conditioned by.

Fortunately in this case, The incidence of AIDS is rapidly declining as sufferers abandon their institutions in droves and the AIDS carriers are being laughed off the face of the planet.
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10/21/2019 11:22:04 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
Willows wrote:
Harikrish wrote:
Willows what you define as AIDS (Arrogance, Ignorance, Delusion, And Stupidity) is not purely the domain of religion. There are atheists for example, Who have superstitious beliefs other than religious who would fit into the AIDS category. However, We are talking here, Specifically in a Religion Forum and whilst it can be said that some atheists may have AIDS (as per example) it is not because of being an atheist. On the other hand, It would be true to say that all of those who believe there is a God suffer from AIDS.

Did you know that belief could kill millions of Africans?

AIDS could kill 90 million Africans, Says UN

Nearly 90 million Africans could die from AIDS by 2025 without huge international investment, The UN said today, But 67 million people in Africa would still probably die of the disease.
The prediction from UNAids was that the African death toll from Aids would continue to rise no matter what was done but that 16 million people could be saved from death and 43 million from HIV infection if $200bn ("104bn). That sum is far more than donor nations have pledged thus far.

The UN agency report, AIDS in Africa, Examined three potential scenarios for the continent in the next 20 years, Depending on the international community's contribution to fighting the epidemic. Even in the best case scenario, With donor nations contributing $200bn, UNAids warned the worst effects of the epidemic would still be to come.

More than 25 million Africans have already been infected with HIV, The virus that causes AIDS. However, HIV infections could soar to 90 million, More than 10% of Africa's population, If more is not done soon to combat infection. UNAids estimated the number of AIDS orphans could grow from the current 11 million to 27 million by 2025.

Such an outcome had enormous security implications, The agency said. "All these kids growing up without any reference point, They are going to be a very easy reserve for any warlord that comes along, " the execooiutive director of UNAids, Peter Piot, Said.

"In today's world, AIDS threatens to destabilise certainly Africa, And perhaps eastern Europe, In a big way. That affects the wealthy countries in terms of migration, Decreasing markets and in terms of the fact that maybe troops will be sent [to restore peace] - all types of expensive consequences, " he said.

Researchers determined that even with greatly increased funding and better treatment, The number of Africans who will die from the virus is likely to reach 67 million.

"What we do today will change the future, " the report concludes. "These scenarios demonstrate that, While societies will have to deal with Aids for some time to come, The extent of the epidemic's impact will depend on the responses and investment now. "

"The scenarios are not predictions, They are plausible stories about the future, " Mr Piot said. They "highlight the various choices that are likely to confront African countries in the coming decades, " he said.

The worst scenario, According to the report, "offers a disturbing window on the future death toll across the continent, With the cumulative number of people dying from Aids increasing more than fourfold. . . The number of children orphaned by the epidemic will continue to rise beyond 2025. "

AIDS already has a devastating impact on the continent. UNAids has reported that life expectancy in nine countries has dropped to below 40 because of the disease. There are 11 million AIDS orphans in Africa, And 6, 500 people are dying from the disease each day. In 2004, 3 million people were newly infected, The agency said.

"If, By 2025, Millions of African people are still becoming infected with HIV each year. . . It will not be because there was no choice, " the report said. "It will be because, Collectively, There was insufficient political will to change behaviour at all levels from the institution, To the community, To the individual and halt the forces driving the AIDS epidemic in Africa. "

Very good corollary you have presented there.
You see, HIV is spread as an indirect result of lack of education.
Living in mud huts and having nothing better than a Commodore 64 to communicate with (one per village), The indigenous inhabitants are ill-educated about the spread of deadly, Infectious diseases.

It's a bit like religion really.
If one looks at AIDS (Arrogance, Ignorance, Delusion, Stupidity) we can see that it is a result of lack of education.
The alarming thing is that in this scenario, The lack of education is self-imposed.
Many religious die-hards have the best Macbook Pros and high speed internet plus access to countless countless scientific publications and lectures. But they have been commanded by their superiors to completely block out any information that may in any way conflict with the contrived lies that they are conditioned by.

Fortunately in this case, The incidence of AIDS is rapidly declining as sufferers abandon their institutions in droves and the AIDS carriers are being laughed off the face of the planet.

Trump was right to keep the black shitholes out and let in Norwegians instead.

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