Abstinence education, an option for our youth that if practiced is guaranteed to prevent disease and pregnancies, is a useful tool that the sex-obsessed, just-use-a-condom, billion-dollar abortion industry supporting liberal abhors and continually states is nothing but a failure. Yet, in certain areas around the world its worked to startling effect:
“We understand that casual sex is dear to you, but staying alive is dear to us.”
The Washington Post provided a rare service on Monday, shining light on an unfolding scandal of deadly political correctness in
The quote above is from “Let My People Go, AIDS Profiteers,” an op-ed column in the Post by the Rev. Sam L. Ruteikara, co-chair of
’s National AIDS-Prevention Committee. Uganda
Ruteikara details how Uganda’s successful ABC campaign (Abstinence, Be Faithful, Condoms as a last resort) recorded huge advances in reducing infections from 1991 through 2002, but was subverted by an AIDS establishment that dislikes Uganda’s emphasis on marriage and faithfulness.
HIV rates plunged from 21 percent in 1991 to 6 percent in 2002 in
during the stricken nation’s campaign to restore traditional morality. Meanwhile, as Western nations dropped more than 2 billion condoms on Uganda Africa, other nations suffered an unabated epidemic. stuck out as the grand exception. Uganda