The 16th International Conference on AIDS was held last week in Toronto and focused on “bringing effective HIV prevention and treatment strategies to communities the world over.”
The conference featured dozens of health experts, as well as Bill Gates and former President Clinton. But one person it did not feature was Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson of the Brotherhood Organization of A New Destiny (BOND).
And that is unfortunate, because Peterson’s contribution surely would have been valuable
The solution to the black AIDS epidemic is simple; it does not require a “summit,” a “conference” or anything “international.” It requires nothing more than a return to God, family and responsibility. The AIDS problem would almost disappear if blacks would take responsibility for their out of control lifestyles.
Who ever would have guessed that, after twenty five years and millions of deaths, the solution to the AIDS crisis would be found in the pages of WorldNetDaily?