How I view “The war on AIDS” and it’s aftermath.

The war on AIDS is similar to the destruction of Hiroshima near the end of WWII, healthy cells are annihilated along with "the enemy".

The war on AIDS is similar to the destruction of Hiroshima near the end of WWII, healthy cells are annihilated along with “the enemy”. This image comes from the US Navy and is in the public domain and is from August 1945.

This of course is the aftermath of the dropping of Little Boy the atomic bomb dropped in the second World War on Hiroshima, Japan. When I look at this image I see the river is the bloodstream. The lack of buildings is the lack of healthy cells after the declaration. The atomic bomb used is AIDS drugs. The dead people are my gay friends who died and AIDS drugs were the nuclear device.

Is war on anything the best method of solving things?

AIDS drugs are weapons of mass cell destruction. Why go to war? They cannot pick and choose who they destroy, they go in like atomic bombs and destroy everything they can. Shouldn’t we be going after the weapons?

In war there are ways to flush out the enemy without annihilating everything around it, like the things necessary for a city to function, it’s whole infrastructure. I see the body as a city like Hiroshima and HIV/MEDS as devices.

End the war on AIDS, please. Pretty please. Gay please. LGBTQWERTY please. I don’t want to see any more cell destruction.

It is estimated that 100,000 people died in Japan due to this bomb. How many innocent blood cells died in the AIDS/WAR? Apologizing for it is not enough, countries had to swear it would never happen again. Similarly we must end the AIDS/WAR and never use atomic AIDS drugs on healthy cells ever again.

references:

Hiroshima at Wikipedia

professor at UC Berkeley who has been quoted as saying that “using AIDS drugs to kill a virus is like dropping bombs in the forest to kill bunny rabbits, the forest doesn’t look too pretty after that”