The collusion factor would be tremendous to pull off a stunt like that.
Unless they're packing condoms with live cell culture these days, it would be impossible to "infect" condoms with HIV. The virus can't survive that long outside a host, which is why it's spread by direct fluid contact and not, say, toilet seats and doorknobs.
The belief that Western governments are using condoms to spread AIDS is fairly widespread in Africa (although I don't know how common it is).
It is not as common a belief as the belief that condoms are an instrument of the west to curb the population of Africans.
After all, it is utterly rediculous to think that condoms could be used to spread AIDS among the Africans. We all know that only gay people can be infected with HIV. If you're straight, there shouldn't be anything to worry about.
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