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Blood Donations: Where Discrimination is Justified

Sunday, May 3, 2015 6:10
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Blood donation is another area where homosexual activists represent 
a clear and present danger to society.

In Canada, gays represent the vast majority of HIV cases. A gay man 
can donate blood if he hasn’t had sex with another man for five years. 
This is absurd.  And we’re supposed to take their word?  

Discrimination is necessary to protect the healthy from the sick. This is why Satanists try to ban it. 

Reality May 2015 
Real Women of Canada 

The Canadian Blood Services has the responsibility of protecting the public. It is not acceptable that homosexual activists endanger public safety by demanding that this agency use blood taken from sexually active gays be used in transfusions.

The Canadian Blood Services has declined to do so for the all too obvious reason that homosexual sexual acts are particularly risky.

For example, in Canada, men comprise 75% of all HIV cases, and of those, 64% are men who have sex with men.

The next most HIV prevalent male category is intravenous drug users, but they consist of only 12% of HIV carriers. Even though homosexuals make up a tiny minority of the Canadian population, they still represent 50% of all new HIV cases–i.e., they are identified as one of the most likely groups to have HIV.

The Canadian Blood Services is a not-for-profit charity funded by the provinces, but at arms’ length from them. It replaced the Canadian Red Cross in blood collection work in 1998. Under the Red Cross, Canada had one of its greatest health disasters because of tainted blood donations, which caused 800 deaths. There were also 400 tainted blood recipients, who are still living with HIV, and, as many as 20,000 living with Hepatitis C.

As a result of this tragedy, the Canadian Blood Services has insisted that no blood can be accepted if a donor has had sex with a man during his lifetime.

gayman.jpgUnder political pressure from homosexual activists, however, the ban was relaxed in 2013 to permit blood from homosexuals who have not had sex with a man for a five year period. 


According to EGALE, the homosexual lobby group, the five-year ban is “intrinsically abhorrent to the fundamental Canadian values of equality and non-discrimination”.

But what about the right of the public to be protected re the public’s blood transfusion system? Surely, the public has rights too.

Concern about homosexuals donating blood is not just peculiar to Canada. Many of the most gay-friendly countries, including Norway, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Denmark and Belgium maintain a lifetime ban on blood donations from “men who have sex with men”.

To be sure, the Canadian Blood Services carefully tests for HIV and every other blood-borne disease. But the HIV has a brief early period when it doesn’t show up in the tests. The consequences of a false negative are so devastating, that the Canadian Blood Services doesn’t take chances and does “category screening”, as well, by excluding blood donations not only from homosexuals, but also from prostitutes, johns and intravenous drug users. 


Also, donation bans extend to donors who lived in France and England during the 1980′s Mad Cow Disease epidemic. Further, high rates of HIV infection in West Africa has led to Canadian Blood Services banning any donor who has spent extended periods of time in any of the seven countries in that particular area of Africa.

Refusing blood donations is not discrimination against homosexuals, but, rather, the protection of the public from innocently becoming the recipients of contaminated blood.

Homosexual activists accuse the Canadian Blood Services of being “homophobic”. However, the Canadian Blood Services has the responsibility of protecting the public. Political interference by homosexual activists who want to push their socially subversive agenda is not acceptable.



Source: http://henrymakow.com/2015/05/blood-donations-where-discrimination.html

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