Homosexuals and heterosexual blacks—the two most sexually irresponsible and promiscuous groups—are the primary cause of the massive increase in sexually transmitted diseases in America over the past few years, figures from an official report from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reveal.
According to the newly-released “2016 Sexually Transmitted Diseases Surveillance” issued by the CDC—a government agency which is part of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHSS)—homosexual and bisexual men “face the highest burden of syphilis in the United States,” which has seen a 40 percent increase since 2015 (primary and Secondary Syphilis: 17.6 percent rate increase, and Congenital Syphilis: 27.6 percent rate increase since 2015).
“Increases in STDs are a clear warning of a growing threat,” said Dr. Jonathan Mermin, director of CDC’s National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention. “STDs are a persistent enemy, growing in number, and outpacing our ability to respond.”
The statistics clearly show that the rise in primary and secondary syphilis over the last 17 years is primarily attributable to increases among men, specifically homosexuals.
According to the CDC report section titled “STDs in Men Who Have Sex with Men,” the incidence of many STDs among homosexual, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (collectively referred to as MSM) – including primary and secondary (P&S) syphilis and antimicrobial-resistant gonorrhea – is greater than that reported in women and men who have sex with women only (MSW).”
Figure X from the CDC report: “Primary and Secondary Syphilis — Reported Cases* by Sex, Sexual Behavior, and Race/Ethnicity, United States, 2016.” (MSM = “men who have sex with men,” MSW = “men who have sex with women.”)
The report adds that the “relatively high incidence of STD infection among MSM may be related to multiple factors, including individual behaviors and sexual network characteristics.
“MSM accounted for 80.6% of male P&S syphilis cases with information about sex of sex partners in 2016.
“Of MSM P&S syphilis cases, 36.8% were White, 29.1% were Black, and 24.0% were Hispanic. Relative to the percentage of the US population that is White (62.3%), Black (12.3%), and Hispanic (17.1%), this represents a significant inequality in the burden of disease for non-White MSM, which was also evident among MSW and women.”
“In addition, among MSM P&S syphilis cases with known HIV status in 2016, 47.0% were also reported to be HIV-positive.”
“In 2016, men accounted for almost 90% of all cases of P&S syphilis,” the report says. “Of those male cases for whom sex of sex partner was known, 80.6% were men who have sex with men. … half of men who have sex with men diagnosed with syphilis were also living with HIV.”
The same is true with gonorrhea:
“While gonorrhea increased among men and women in 2016, the steepest increases were seen among men (22 percent). Research suggests that a large share of new gonorrhea cases are occurring among MSM [men who have sex with men]. These trends are particularly alarming in light of the growing threat of drug resistance to the last remaining recommended gonorrhea treatment.”
The CDC report goes on to reveal that in 2016, the overall rate of reported chlamydia cases among Blacks in the United States was 1,125.9 cases per 100,000 population.
The rate of reported chlamydia cases among Black women was 5.1 times the rate among White women, and rate of reported chlamydia cases among Black men was 6.6 times the rate among White men.
All other nonwhite groups—except for Asians—reported higher chlamydia rates than whites.
Figure R from the CDC report: “Chlamydia — Rates of Reported Cases by Race/Ethnicity and Sex, United States, 2016.”
The rate of reported gonorrhea cases among Blacks in 2016 was 8.6 times the rate among Whites.
This disparity was similar for Black men (8.9 times the rate among White men) and Black women (8.4 times the rate among White women).
Once again, this disparity held true for all nonwhite groups except Asians.
Figure T from the CDC report: “Gonorrhea — Rates of Reported Cases by Race/Ethnicity and Sex, United States, 2016.”
The rate of primary and secondary (“P&S”) syphilis cases among Blacks in 2016 was 4.7 times the rate among Whites, and the disparity was higher for Black women (7.0 times the rate among White women) than for Black men (4.6 times the rate among White men).
Figure V from the CDC report: “Primary and Secondary Syphilis — Rates of Reported Cases by Race/Ethnicity and Sex, United States, 2016.”
Blacks also accounted for 43.0% of all congenital syphilis (transmitted from mother to child) cases in 2016, and the rate of reported cases of congenital syphilis among Blacks in 2016 was 8.1 times the rate among Whites. In this category, Asian rates exceeded that of whites.
The CDC report shows without any doubt that homosexuals and blacks are the cause of the massive increases in STDS in America.
This has a vast economic impact, because blacks—and other nonwhite groups—are also the least likely to have healthcare insurance.
This means that they are most likely to use state-provided facilities for treatment—which means that whites are picking up the tab for millions of sexually diseased nonwhites through taxes and sky-high insurance premiums.
It is a burden, both socially and financially, which whites will not be able to bear for ever.