AIDS was designed to control populations. Sure.
First off, I'm genuinely bothered by the Jeremiah Wright business. The press basically ignored Mitt Romney turning JFK's old church/state separation speech on its ear and Mike Huckabee suggesting that the Constitution should be twisted to suit those who blather on about Hivites and Jebusites, but apparently Barack Obama has to be turned on the spit for just going to Rev. Wright's church. I'm sure I need not mention here that plenty of folks can sit in a church for years on end thinking "This is such bullshit, but I'd disappoint everybody I know...".
And as a poor white kid from the South I know there ain't no such thing as good old days. I regularly make furniture and lampshades out of old money frat boys who fly the Stars and Bars (none available right now...Thomas Kincaid sells out every time I get a shipment together--must be the parents' recognizing Caleb's tribal tattoo on Item #199-07). Digressions aside, I understand the anger and the need to claim it.
But the whole "AIDS is a part of a conspiracy to control the black population" nonsense isn't a slander against white people (or Jews, or whoever else he's blaming) as it is against science itself. I'm a microbiologist by trade and I'm totally mystified by HIV. Its mutation rate is so far beyond the pale for human pathogens that it's a wonder it remains pathogenic or even continues to target T-cells. I know when HIV emerged and I know the state of technology at that time. The fact of the matter is that you simply couldn't do the molecular biology at that point in history. You'd need a motherfucking time machine to make it happen.
This AIDS conspiracy twaddle is a particular stripe of anti-intellectualism that actually does endanger every one of us.
"The whole conception of God is a conception derived from ancient Oriental despotisms. It is a conception quite unworthy of free men."