Does AIDS education actually educate people about AIDS -- or is it instead a way to propagandize in favor of accepting homosexuality and adopting the gay political agenda? If you said the latter, you are likely to be right more often than if you said the former.
Since homosexuality considerably increases the risk of getting AIDS, these programs are counterproductive for their ostensible purpose, however effective they may be for promoting the gay agenda.
Centuries ago, Hobbes said that words are wise men's counters, but they are the money of fools. Often that money is counterfeit. But you don't discover that in time if you don't bother to look at the reality behind the words.
Alarm bells ought to go off when people start calling themselves "public interest" law firms or "public interest" research groups. Who are they to define what the public interest is, while pursuing their own political or ideological agendas? There would not be any issues if other people did not see the public interest differently.
Why is there a halo around organizations that are called "non-profit"? People who head up such organizations are not volunteers donating their time. Often they are paid far more than owners of restaurants, hardware stores or gas stations can expect to make as profit. Why is money that is called one thing better than money that is called something else?
Since non-profit organizations usually have to get their money from donations, many of them are fountainheads of hysterical propaganda. Some of the biggest and phoniest scares of our time have come from non-profit organizations, crying wolf in order to raise money -- the money of fools.
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