Sometimes you come across a story that is so revolting and so barbaric that one might assume it came from the lurid and tawdry imagination of a charlatan attempting to peddle more newspapers.
The following story is one such example of a tale so horrifying that it seems culled from the pages of a discarded Hollywood script penned by demented mind bent on perpetuating stereotypes of non-urban dwelling individuals.
Called Zoophilia, the story that you will soon read about is not something attributable to any group of people, but an abhorrent act against nature by an individual. Although published reports in National Geographic confirm that the origin of AIDS has been tracked to Chimpanzees in Cameroon:
Researchers have identified simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV) in wild apes for the first time.Strange that National Geographic failed to deduce how such a disease could be transmitted from ape to human, when blood transfusions and sexual intercourse are the common method of acquiring the virus between different humans.
The virus, which at some point jumped to humans as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), has been found in chimpanzees in Cameroon, west-central Africa.
Though some theories postulate AIDS was created in a laboratory as a virus to eradicate undesirable populations, the painful truth is that the disease has its origins in Africa and came to the United States from that continent, via Haiti.
If AIDS were a form of biological warfare, then the scientists who dreamed up this lethal cocktail of destruction must have also been aware of the long-term inability for Black people to listen to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and properly protect themselves from the ravages of the disease.
Unlike the Black Plague that laid ruin to Europe’s population long ago, we are completely aware of how to prevent AIDS and stem the contagion. Black people seem the only group incapable of understanding this concept and in taking preventative measures that would stop the spread of AIDS instantaneously:
Bolstering years of reports that many black Americans believe AIDS is a plot against them, the most extensive survey of its kind suggests that the men most likely to believe such a conspiracy theory are the least likely to use condoms.
The new research doesn't shed light on which came first -- reluctance to use condoms or a belief in secret plots. But it definitely points to a major challenge in the world of AIDS prevention, said study co-author Sheryl Thorburn, an associate professor of public health at Oregon State University. "These beliefs are very real for some people," she said.
"We need to address them and take them seriously." While blacks make up about 12 percent of the American population, they accounted for more than half of the HIV and AIDS cases reported to the federal government in 2002, the researchers said.
Health officials warn that black women are facing a rising threat of infection, in part because of black men who keep their sexual affairs with other men secret from their wives and girlfriends.
Now we come to the unfortunate story that must be discussed, though it will take a strong stomach to read the following description of what transpired recently in Covington, Georgia. Reader, you have been forewarned:
A 37-year-old man was arrested Tuesday morning and charged with bestiality after several witnesses allegedly saw him having sexual intercourse with several horses. Officers from the Covington Police Department were called to a home on Lunsford Circle at 8:58 a.m.Byron Christopher Jordan is a Black male.
When they arrived they met with the homeowner who was walking Byron Christopher Jordan toward the patrol car. When they spoke with the homeowner they learned he had witnessed Jordan having sex with one of his horses.
According to CPD Public Information Officer Lt. Wendell Wagstaff, Jordan was wearing only pajama bottoms which were extremely dirty and had the front fly opened.
He also reportedly had a strong odor about his person. Officers spoke with neighbors who had witnessed Jordan allegedly have sex with one horse, walk away from that one and go to a second horse and have sex with it before moving on to the third horse, which was in the corral, and begin having sex with that horse as well.
They notified the owner, who had to physically pull him off the third horse. “Witnesses said they figured if they called 911, dispatch operators would just think it was a prank,” said Wagstaff.
Jordan was charged with giving false name to an officer and bestiality and transferred to the Newton County Detention Center. He received a $3,500 bond and was bonded out on June 23, according to officials at the Newton County Detention Center. If convicted of bestiality Jordan could be sentenced to between one and five years of confinement.
AIDS wasn’t invented in a laboratory, a lethal virus concocted by mad scientist bent on utilizing the aggressive sexual nature of Black people against them (nor could these mad scientists have ascertained that using contraceptives to prevent the spread of AIDS would looked upon with disdain by the Black community). Its origins stem from a tribe of chimps in Cameroon, far removed from lab equipment and Periodic Charts.
Believing asinine conspiracy theories is anyone’s prerogative, as these ideas distribute the burden of proof from the believer to some shadowy group bent on world domination, no doubt bankrolled by The Man.
Of course, the ultimate conspiracy theory is that Black people have had their inventions stolen by evil white men since time immemorial, the SAT is racist and cultural bias and that any Black failure is attributable to a never-ending parade of white people bent on subjugating the perpetually oppressed for eternity.
This conspiracy theory is above reproach and incontestable. Sadly, The Economist publishes an alarming editorial that dares to demolish such wide held – and misguided – beliefs that seek to define why Black failure is ubiquitous across not just in America, but the entire world:
Genomics may reveal that humans really are brothers and sisters under the skin. The species is young, so there has been little time for differences to evolve. Politically, that would be good news. It may turn out, however, that some differences both between and within groups are quite marked. If those differences are in sensitive traits like personality or intelligence, real trouble could ensue. People must be prepared for this possibility, and ready to resist the excesses of racialism, nationalism and eugenics that some are bound to propose in response. That will not be easy. The liberal answer is to respect people as individuals, regardless of the genetic hand that they have been dealt. Genetic knowledge, however awkward, does not change that.
The decoding of the Human Genome begins to reveal what the true conspiracy has always been.
Regardless, Stuff Black People Don’t Like found the tale of Mr. Jordan a most tragic account of pure repulsion, but felt his story might be apropos when discussing the origins of AIDS.
In Black Run America (BRA), conspiracy theories – such as the one that predatory white mortgage brokers coerced Black people into failing to repay their mortgages – still reign supreme as fact. “The Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2010” utilizes this conspiracy theory in supporting its broad changes to the financial systems of the United States.
The overwhelming power of BRA might seem daunting at times, pervasive in virtually every sector of society in attempting to crystallize some vague concept known as diversity – which translates to the replacement of any white person with a Black person – as the most beauteous virtue known to man. Sports that fail to have the prerequisite number of Black participants (i.e. the majority of participants) fail in the eyes of those who push for BRA’s continued dominance through this medium.
Remember, without sports, BRA doesn't exist and all sports must reflect the leagues where Black people dominate or else they fail to qualify as a sport worthy of following.
Alright, this narrative has attempted to intertwine ostensibly unrelated stories to showcase some sort of point that we’ll leave the reader to deduce.
Like the horses that Mr. Jordan is alleged to have buggered, perhaps we are all f***ed.