Amazon is offering their ECHO speaker device thingy in RED as a way to “fight AIDS”.

I find this stupid. If I want something in red I don’t want to be forced to give to a charity to get a color for a product. Hey let’s do this with drapes! Only way to get them is to donate to an AIDS charity.

The lunacy makes me think of how the claims about a virus causing complex disease syndromes echos through out the land.

An echo is a reflection of sound. Like an image in a mirror, it’s not the original.

This is how retroviruses are, like echos.


So does anyone know when is this war going to end? Maybe we should ask the echo.

Even Presidents of the United States have set timelines for the ending of a war, not so with RAIDS – (R for Routine).

Routine AIDS – RAIDS

Are we to believe that we are less powerful than particles of matter that are rezillions of times smaller than dust?

I wonder where the DONATION/MONEY goes.

First let’s see where it comes from. 95% comes from the public sector (your taxes) from government. There are also concerns of conflict of interest [1] and there are references regarding corruption – $34 million in fraud [2].

It goes to The Global Fund To Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, & Malaria, not just Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes.

Accelerating the “end of AIDS”??

I am so tired of this war on AIDS because it’s like fighting RTS (Routine Traffic Stops) with nuclear bombs. The approach reminds me of accelerating the end of war where they dropped the nuclear bomb on Hiroshima. Sure it ended the war, but it also ended civilization as they knew it. My friends were there and hit by that AIDS bomb they call anti-retroviral treatment.

They are NO/where to be found.

*ATM – AIDS, Tuberculosis, & Malaria

Feature image of Mount Hood and it’s reflection or “echo”. Try climbing that reflection. It’s about as easy and possible as it is for a reflection of a virus (retrovirus) to do any harm because it’s NOT/REAL – Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory. –, Public Domain,

Image snapshot of Google News November 21, 2017

Image snapshot November 21, 2017