Disaster for Britain as Terrence Higgins Trust Gets Two More Years Funding

The Terrence Higgins Trust is a failed enterprise. It has never delivered what it claimed it would deliver – a reduction in the number of people catching and spreading HIV and AIDS in the UK. In the twenty years since the THT was set up, the disease has gone on spreading rapidly and the cost of it to the British NHS has mounted into billions per year. Yet the stupid British government via its Health Protection Agency has just given the THT two more years of funding to follow the same ineffectual policies.

This is madness. The THT adopts a pat-on-the-back gay-friendly attitude and actually encourages both homosexuality and promiscuity.

One “Gay” website gives this bland, useless advice:-

“Remember to get tested regularly, if you’re HIV positive to get treatment and always protect yourself using condoms when having sex. Together we can and will stop the spread of HIV.”

But just telling people that has never worked. So long as there is homosexuality and promiscuity, the disease will continue to spread. The fact is that many homosexual men deliberately TRY to get AIDS. they go out of their way to get it, by attending “bug-chasing parties” (orgies to you and me).


We are wasting public money helping selfish lunatics like that. If you want to protest, go to the website of the Health Protection Agency. You can volunteer to join their People’s Panel and you can also send you opinions to them directly at




Bloggers who share their experience living with HIV; here are just a few of them:

Alex: HIV & Me

Website: http://alexsparrowhawk.wordpress.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/birdy_tweet

HIVing The Dream

Website: http://hivingthedream.wordpress.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/HIVingTheDream


Website: http://hivpozguy.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/hivpozguy


Website: http://www.ukpositivelad.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/UKPositiveLad


Posted on June 21, 2013 by clairethinker

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