Condoms and The HIVEMIND

F*cking is the least of our problems.

by Liam Scheff

F*cking liars. The government sex-scare agencies love to lie about the terrible dangers of sex. Don’t they know the real danger? (The most dangerous thing about sex is? Hold that thought…) The Atlantic article entitled “Why Still So Few Wear condoms” admits what we all know: Condoms suck. And people don’t use them – often.

“If we’re honest, many of us do see condoms as robbing us of pleasure, stealing some excitement and spontaneity from intimacy, and dulling the intensity of sexuality. It’s okay to say that. These factors are the primary reasons that still only 60 percent of teenagers claim to use condoms. These factors warrant acknowledging. From there, condom usage declines as people grow older. The number one reason we have seen given time and again for refusal to wear condoms is the reduction of pleasure.

“It is politically incorrect to acknowledge the truth and simplicity of the condom’s inadequacy. Criticism of the condom opens one to righteous demonization and condemnation. Condom defenders often stifle honest and helpful discussion about sexuality, unplanned pregnancy, and sexually transmitted infections.” The Atlantic

And the web is full of angsty notes like this:

“I’m shocked at the behavior of American women when it comes to condom use. Middle class white girls are, hands down, the dirtiest, filthiest type of girl I’ve been with. Most of them only care about using condoms for the first instance of sex, and a sizable percentage don’t even care if you use one at all for that first time, whether or not it’s a one-night stand where she has only known you for a couple hours.” American Girls Don’t Wear Condoms (Anymore!)

Which is what I’ve been saying for decades. People do not use condoms past the necessity of ‘making an appearance.’ After that, it’s back to being human. It’s a Victorian game we play with ourselves. Keeping up appearances with a veneer of temporary latex. The first go-round, probably, maybe. The second to 1,000th? F*ck no.

While STDs like crabs, herpes, gonorrhea and chlamydia are quite real (and quite irritating and noticeable to the recipient), the only one anybody seems to really worry about is not an STD at all, but a cultural mindf*ck that the Catholic Church of the National Institutes of Health has been grinding for 30 years like a monkey with a music box.

The article goes out of its way to remind us of it. The dreaded double whammy of HIVEMIND! Or, HIV/AIDS, as they market it. The STD that you don’t know you have! For 30, 40, 50 years! Till it either does – or does not – make you sick! But take these drugs anyway (they’ll kill you, but better safe than… whatever).

– Children of the Dumbed.

Put Your Brain Together, and Blow

It might blow your little mind to think about this too much, so go slowly. The undeniable excruciating reality is that AIDS is a drug disease, not a sex disease – at least, if you bother to read the literature – which you will be actively discouraged from doing. You’ll have to fight for the space to read the endless list of studies which detail in no uncertain terms that:

It is a religion. And as such, you should read the “epistles” of an insider. He’ll tell you that this is a modern-day confessional. (And this is worth reading – it’s brilliant, if it forgets to ask the final question: Are the tests any good at all?) (Click and Read)

Go Off The Reservation

You’ve rarely if ever been allowed, let alone encouraged, to read or think critically about this. It’s too important – it’s too much of a population control game, of a sex-fear-and-death gambit for the mainstream to just let you off the hook. They love watching you squirm and hop to.

But if you get off the spot of land they’ve allocated for your sex life, you can learn the rest in no time. It goes like this (but don’t take my word for it, you go do the reading):

1) The tests don’t work, they’re not a ‘science,’ they’re a religion. 2) The drugs are so poisonous that they kill adults at normal prescribed doses. 3) People get sick from stuffing themselves with antibiotics and ruining their health in every possible way before then 4) sucking on the tailpipe of the AIDS establishment.

You. Go look that up: AIDS drugs are toxic. AIDS drugs kill. AZT is poison. Nevirapine kills. AIDS drugs cause AIDS.

Stop bitching and whining, and go look it the f*ck up. GO LOOK IT UP. Or shut up.

Now, go look up: HIV Tests are not accurate. HIV tests have no standards. HIV test fraud. HIV test recall. HIV test lawsuit.

Go look it up. Lazy. Go. Look. It. Up.

And this is the reason that EVERYONE is given to use condoms – all the time, “to be SAFE.”

But maybe you don’t care, or you believe it, or you want to. Fine. Who cares. Believe what you want. But the condom police have been lying to you about something else (no surprise), and caused us all plenty of angst.

Pull Out

If the “they lied to us about HIV tests and AIDS drugs” is all too much for you to think about, here’s one more. The anti-f*cking committee has LIED to us for DECADES about the risk of pregnancy with people who play and spray (or “pull out”). Here’s what they don’t want you to know:

“For decades, the myth that pre-ejaculate (“pre-cum”) can impregnate women has been a reason people advocated condoms. The propaganda posits that pre-ejaculate fluid contains sperm, and therefore any penetration without a condom can cause pregnancy.”

“The truth is that the chance of pregnancy by pre-cum is so remote that it is a statistical nonfactor. Two separate studies conducted by the National Institutes of Health found no sperm in pre-ejaculate fluid, as did a study conducted by Connecticut State University in conjunction with Princeton University . The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Rabin Medical Center in Petah Tikva, Israel also failed to find any trace of sperm in pre-ejaculate fluid, and the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University maintains that “pre-ejaculate rarely contains sperm.” Despite the overwhelming evidence — some of which is readily available at sources like WebMD — some continue to propagate the myth, maybe because they believe the end justifies the means. But a serious problem warrants an honest discussion, even if not all of the evidence helps make a case for condoms.” The Atlantic

Well, that’s a fine how-do-you-do.

Again, and for the record, STDs are real – and they show up on your genitals, not in your imagination. Herpes, crabs, gonorrhea, chlamydia and many other unfriendlies can be a bother or worse – so why not bother to know your sex partner/s? Do a visual inspection. TALK. Develop an actual interpersonal relationship. (Shocking, I know!)

Liberal sexology wants you to f*ck anything you want to without regard to that personal relationship as long as you wrap it in latex. But latex is an allergen and can itself be dangerous. They want you to stuff toxic petroleum products and spermicides into your most absorbent, sensitive regions – but as long as you’re plastic-wrapped, they call this “SAFE.” They blitzkrieg your mind with phantasms like HPV and HIV – and they don’t give a damn about the plastic, poison, toxic petropharma swill that you eat, drink, inject, insert, absorb, inhale and in every way consume, every moment of every day in our ‘better living through deadly chemistry’ anti-culture.

Well. Hooey. Hooey, I say.

Screwing is Not Sex

The new articles coming out of the the AIDS police state are beginning to tell the truth. First – while penetration might be part of sex, good sex is 99% not penetration. And we don’t seek “sex” to penetrate or be penetrated – we seek it to satisfy a much deeper need. We want to wallow in the arms and presence of a person we find attractive. We’re cuddle monkeys.

We produce chemicals – anti-pain, pro-happiness, anti-depression chemicals – in our own bodies by touching, cuddling, wallowing, entwining. We open our chakras, we unfold our consciousness in the presence of another spiritual being.  CANOODLE

Yeah, I know. That’s pretty fucking great. And we don’t even TALK about that. We talk about plastic and latex and “SAFE.”

Here it is from the AIDS HIVEMIND:

The cuddle gene is so strong many times it can scare people out of the bed after sex. Think about that — human beings actually deciding not to satisfy their strongest urge. Rather than cuddle, they prefer to leave right away after sex. I sometimes call it “the walk of shame.” Why?  Because if you choose to stay and cuddle, you could face the potential for a longer-term relationship. Human behavior sometimes may be odd, but it’s predictable.” HIVEMIND

Again, you heard it from the HIVEMIND: the reason to f*ck and run is to avoid intimacy. (What can I say? I told you so. This is what “liberalism” has become. This kind of sex is body-dead and brain-absent.)

The Most Dangerous Thing About Sex Is…

And that goes to the question. What is the most “dangerous” thing about sex to neurotic, mentally-f*cked, brainwashed, nerve-deadened, drugged, Ritalin-ized, plasticized, propagandized, anti-feeling, vaccinated, sprayed, spayed and psychologically-neutered Americans?

The answer is?

Intimacy.

Yes, that magical, deepening thing. True, real, 100% pure, “wow, I didn’t know that about myself. I didn’t know that about people. I have so many feelings. I have so many questions! What are we? Are we monogamous? Are we polyamorous? Hm. What ARE we?” intimacy.

This Town Needs an Enema

You’ll never quite sort it out, because the good old Judeo-Christian project has been punishing ‘sex criminals’ (ie, women and homosexuals) for a few thousand years, at least. And the HIVEMIND is only the most recent iteration. Truth is, you can’t do much about it, but think and read and learn on your own, and with a very few close friends. So….

Go have some fun. Know your partner. Read. Think. Learn.

Your sex life does not belong to anyone – but you. Not the government, not the state, not a webpage, not an ad campaign. It’s something YOU have to learn about, love and live with. So, start thinking, reading and talking for yourself.

Read, Starbuck, Read:

Aras.ab.ca/test.html
Reducetheburden.org/1-2/
Reducetheburden.org/knowing-is-beautiful
Reducetheburden.org/sex-crimes

Liam Scheff is author of “Official Stories,” drilling to the core of the gooey religious center of science.

Liam

2 Comments

  1. I doff my imaginary cap or make a suitably respectful curtsey to your genius.

    You are perfectly right about condoms and about canoodling and about just about everything else!

    Joan

  2. LOVE IT!
    An important, and overlooked, topic for sure.

    But hey, I have ONE tiny thing I would add to this article, or the next. Because everyone will just say, “Duh, Liam, gay people HAVE to wear condoms, cuz they don’t wanna get infected with HIV.” But the truth is, even if you believe HIV has been proven to exist and to cause AIDS, there is still no denying that sexual transmission is a myth. It has never been proven, only inferred… In fact, in my years of talking to gay guys about what their lives were like around the time that they tested positive (because I am looking for patterns), you’d be shocked at how many have told me, “I used condoms, so I dunno how I got infected.” This troublesome FACT (that people report getting “infected” even after practicing “SAFE” sex) is swept under the rug or explained-away by assumptions like, “The condom might have broken” or, “They got it from oral sex.” Etc etc. These lies, and the ignoring of the fact that condom usage doesn’t change the random statistic of whether you’ll test “positive” or not, paint a picture of “HIV” as being super easy to “catch.” The truth is, the gays are sold so many lies, they are becoming nearly paralyzed with fear. So much so, in fact, that an ALARMING number of guys are jumping on the train and voluntarily taking PrEP, which is the craziest malpractice lawsuit-waiting-to-happen that I’ve ever heard of… This is the real “victory” for the evil eugenicist f*cktards of the AIDS Mafia. Makes me sick…
    Keep up the great work, Liam.

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