Edicts of Nancy

The blogosphere's most persecuted Christian!

Saturday, August 19, 2006

A pariah is born

It seems hard to believe, but it used to be that the conferring of superstardom upon an individual ensured a certain moral imprimatur (c.f. Ronald Reagan, Anita Bryant). Sadly, The Left has so defiled the concept of celebrity that nowadays, the qualifications for admission have been reduced to eating live scorpions on a reality television show or marrying Liza Minelli. If you thought they had hit bottom with that one, you're wrong. Prayer Warriors Lifesite.net have tipped us off to The Left's latest get-famous-quick scheme -- contracting HIV [my emphasis]:
But worse than this, he says, they have become a vehicle for an inhuman leftist ideology under the guise of multi-million dollar philanthropy, a vehicle for a Hollywood-style celebrity cult and brazen anti-American political machine. ...

“It’s a multi-billion dollar industry,” he said. “Pharmaceuticals, condoms, counsellors, distributors, advertising executives, grants for fake human rights groups and celebrity status. If you have AIDS you can be a star if you promote their agenda. It’s become a disease of opportunity. If AIDS stopped today there would be millions of people who would stop getting an income.”
It's the oldest story in the book, something we've all seen a million times: Starry-eyed kid moves to big city, gets HIV (through the assiduous use of condoms), is catapulted to worldwide fame, and thanks agent for giving him AIDS -- in between bitter denouncements of American foreign policy -- during awards ceremony acceptance speech. Hollywood constantly reinforces this message in movies, in television shows, and popular music, and MSM has been nothing less than complicit in this whole charade. I extend my deepest gratitude to my Prayer Warriors for having the courage to try to make HIV what it ought to be, an endless source of shame and fear, rather than the easy path to riches and fame it has become. Praise Him!

UPDATE FROM COMMENTS - Via loyal Nancy-Con LiquidDaddy:
I think, more than sex = death, children should learn that kissing = death and that it isn't a "cool" thing to do. It's a gateway to debauchery and eventually to poor health. Never mind hickies!

6 Comments:

  • At August 19, 2006 11:10 PM, Blogger liquiddaddy said…

    Nance,

    I was reading you fine post while viewing my Jon Benet Ramsey DVD box set, and I recalled when mono nucleosis was the "kissing disease" and a victim could aquire a rather racey reputation. The kissing disease sounded fun.

    Later for victims in their late 30's, the sleeping illness suddenly explodes into Epstien Bar Disease, like with Cher. This illness causes the victim to complain all the time, waft between crankiness and sobbing spells, followed by poor career choices.

    I think, more than sex = death, children should learn that kissing = death and that it isn't a "cool" thing to do. It's a gateway to debauchery and eventually to poor health. Neven mind hickies!

    Not thinking about sex,

    LD

     
  • At August 20, 2006 10:34 AM, Blogger beancounter said…

    Nancy, this was one of your finest posts! Thank you for having the guts to denounce the MSM for making millionaires out of millions of HIV opportunists.

     
  • At August 20, 2006 5:55 PM, Blogger Lulu Maude said…

    Wow! Coulter logic!

     
  • At August 21, 2006 12:25 PM, Blogger Carmen Sutra said…

    This is even worse than back in the 50s when people were raking in millions by showing off their syphillus sores! Thank you, Sister, for keeping a Christian eye on the ball.

    Now pardon me, the rent's due and there's a bug I need to chase.

     
  • At August 21, 2006 1:17 PM, Blogger Brian FInch said…

    Well, it's a strategy Miss Retro Virus invented, I take copying as a form of flattery:)

    Praise Him!

     
  • At August 22, 2006 8:12 PM, Blogger Sister Nancy Beth Eczema said…

    Brother LD: Excellent point.

    Sister Beancounter: We Christians have to stand firm on our principles.

    Sister Lulu Maude: You honor me with such a comparison!

    Sister Carmen: Virtue requires extra vigilance. Good luck with your insect collection.

    Sister Retro Virus: Yet you do it with so much finesse. If anyone knows the rigors maintaining a Glamorous outlook on life when you're barely conscious from your meds, it's you. You are an inspiration to Christian hairdressers everywhere!

     

Post a Comment

<< Home