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The scientist that kills

AIDS , researchers, monkey

“The person who is bent is not shy why should the onlooker be!”
The person who is has bent is not shy why should the onlooker be. Strange but true, that thousands of people are being infected by the HIV virus everyday especially in the sub Saharan Africa. Statistics show that more than half the number of HIV infected people live in sub Saharan Africa but the question is who is behind the creation of virus which is killing people like no man’s business. Is it enough to judge and condemn the people who are infected with HIV without necessarily taking a close look at the cause of the matter? Should those suffering from the disease be discriminated against without condemning the scientific researchers who were behind the nurturing and creation of this deadly virus? Yes, it is the monkey they pronounce. But how exactly did the monkey infect the human being? Anyway my point is that those suffering from HIV/AIDS don’t have to a feel “high levels” of guilt (though they should in a little way) because they are not the cause but victims of the monkey and its scientific researchers who should be lambasted. Let us be sincere, though the sufferers of HIV are victims, but the blame shouldn’t be entirely heaped on the infected ones but on the creators of the disease who are the scientific researchers and their monkeys.

Published: 2007-02-15
Author: philemon chiswamo

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What is true love if one may ask? Is it only about kissing each other in public places, is it holding each other’s hand when walking, is it about opening doors of the car to each other, is it about sitting next to each other and patting each other’s back (even if you are in church where you are required to concentrate on God!), is it all about expressing one’s feelings by giving flowers and those cards full words that one hardly means (in a long term relationship at least)? Should we limit true love to these things only?

No! Of course not. Though some of these things earlier mentioned may be some expressions of love, true love resides in the heart of an individual. My argument is if you check the divorce rate for these countries where the so called “true love” is, you will be shocked to learn that there is no love at all. Marriages are contracts not permanent institutions any longer. Some may argue that African women don’t enjoy marriage life but they just endure in there (shipikisha club). Whichever the case could be, for them (African women) to endure in those marriages, it means they have learned over the years good conflict resolution skills.

However, let us look at the HIV/AIDS situation in marriages. Should couples file in for divorce because his/her spouse is HIV/AIDS positive or they should continue living together when we know that the risk of contracting HIC virus even by using the condom is quite high? It is interesting to note that many Africans especially women have hanged in there on the basis of “for better for worse vow”. Yes, lovers ought to share a Nsole in all situations

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