by Harley Howard

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Sex Can Kill You! (6 of 32)
Series: The Book of Proverbs
Harley Howard
Proverbs 5

In July 1989 the Center for Disease Control, in Atlanta reported that the number of known AIDS cases has doubled from 100,000 to 200,000 in 1 year. They estimated that 1.5 Million Americans have the disease but yet show no serious symptoms. Some others in the medical profession have estimated that the number could be as high as 4 million people. More than 1/2 of all AIDS cases are found in N.Y., San Francisco and Los Angeles. AIDS has been described as the most serious plague in all of human history, though you would never know it from all the cover-ups and lies from our satanically controlled news media. At the present rate alone, the AIDS epidemic will kill over 100 million people by the year 2000.

Ted Koppel, on Nightline many years ago made somewhat a startling statement concerning AIDS when he said:

"We have actually convinced ourselves that slogans will save us. Shoot up, if you must, but use a clean needle. Enjoy sex whenever and with whomever you wish, but wear a condom. No! The answer is no! Not because it isn't cool or smart, or because you might end up in jail or dying in an AIDS ward. But no because it's wrong!"

The L.A. Times describes the AIDS epidemic in Orange County, California as, "out of control" stating that the AIDS cases increased 32% from last year. O.C. AIDS cases have increased at a rate that exceeds any rate statewide or nationally.

85% of all AIDS cases in Orange County have come from male homosexual or bisexual men. It is interesting to note that the five cities that rate highest in AIDS cases do NOT come from the inner city, but from affluent areas, IE: Laguna Beach leads the list, followed by Dana Point, Newport Beach, Costa Mesa and San Juan Capistrano.

Just for the record, people are still dying from other sexual transmitted diseases as well, IE: Gonorrhea, Syphilis, etc.

We can see clearly that sex can kill you ...

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