Interestingly, it turns out that the AC's comment is not a troll. As a matter of fact, some googling turned up pop.org (Population Research Institute). It has non-profit status and clearly a front for some Christian organization given their strong pro-life emphasis in the mission statement. To the point, they published an article called "The Pill's Deadly Affair with HIV/AIDS". http://www.pop.org/content/the-pills-deadly-affair-with-hivaids-1199
One paragraph that stood out:
"Likewise, Thailand, praised for a contraceptive prevalence of 79.2% in 2000 and upwards of 70% today, is a land where, “More than one-in-100 adults in this country of 65 million people is infected with HIV.”7 Among Thai women, “Oral contraception is the most popular method.”8, 9
On the other hand, Japan's HIV rate is, at 0.01%, one of the lowest in the world.10 In this context, it is important to note that the birth control pill was illegal in Japan until 1999, and even today only 1% of Japanese women use oral contraception. Similarly, the predominantly Catholic Philippines, with a longstanding popular resistance to contraception, boasts an HIV “prevalence rate of only 0.02%."
The paper is obviously extremely flawed as they don't separate their independent variables at all, thereby picking only the data points that bolsters their "research". For example, for Thai women oral contraceptives are the most common, without saying what the overall usage rate is. If the rate of contraceptive usage is very low overall, the rate of HIV infections will most likely be high whether oral contraceptives are preferred or not. And stating that the Phillipinos are resistant to contraception without stating what the rate of condom usage is. Same with the statement about Japan.
In any case, the point is that there are indeed "religious nuts convincing people that birth control causes AIDS" as the AC stated.