Swine flu: immigration, death, disease & consequences for Americans
April 28, 2009
“Infectious diseases are now spreading geographically much faster than at any time in history. Human immigration and unlimited transport cause it.” – World Health Organization
The recent outbreak of Swine flu in Mexico and over 40 cases in the United States exposes yet another aspect of mass immigration into the United States. Such outbreaks of diseases stem from cultures that lack personal hygiene, personal health habits and standards for disease prevention. Worldwide, tuberculosis kills nearly two million people every year, year in and year out. Millions die from waterborne diseases.
Why? Short answer: culture and customs. The Bird flu spreads across Asia because people live and sleep with their chickens, with their pigs, with their livestock. It’s their culture. They live in such compacted numbers that they cannot move toward healthy paradigms.
Already in Los Angeles, Mexican immigrants feature chickens in their back yard along with pigs and goats. So many break the laws, the code enforcement people gave up 10 years ago. Hmongs, tribal people from Laos and Cambodia, immigrated to Minnesota build chicken wire in their dish cabinets in their kitchens to house hens laying eggs, and goats and pigs in their cellars. Voodoo tribal people in Florida behead chickens and goats to spray the blood over themselves for cleansing. I saw it once in a park in South Florida; it’s called Santeria.
In other words, as the USA imports another 70 million third world people into this country by 2035, they bring their customs, their cultures, their diseases. We cannot educate them or change their habits fast enough to maintain our own health standards.
If you travel into the third world such as Mexico, Central and South America, you will notice that while visiting a bathroom you discover a box for used toilet paper in the corner and no soap or paper towels at the lavatory.
The sewage systems cannot handle toilet paper so it is a habit to throw it into the box provided which lures flies and cockroaches. Additionally, few third world people wash their hands after bathroom use. Today, in California, Florida and Illinois, and spreading to other states across the nation, recent arrivals are so accustomed to throwing their used toilet paper into boxes, they discard it into trashcans. Whether they work at the counter or chop tomatoes with unwashed hands, thousands carry head lice, leprosy, tuberculosis and hepatitis A, B, and C.
Annually, an estimated 1.0 to 1.4 million illegal migrants cross America’s southern borders—avoiding health screening. Other investigators report larger numbers.
Time Magazine, September 20, 2004, “Who left the door open?” Donald L. Barlett and James B. Steele, wrote, “The U.S.’s borders, rather than becoming more secure since 9/11, have grown even more porous. And the trend has accelerated in the past year. It’s fair to estimate, based on a Time investigation, that the numbers of illegal aliens flooding into the U.S. this year will total three million—enough to fill 22,000 Boeing 737-700 airliners, or 60 flights every day of the year. It will roughly triple the number of immigrants who will come to the U.S. by legal means.”
They fail to stop or be vaccinated for a host of diseases they bring into America. Who is at risk? Everyone, but especially our school children when they come in contact with in-excess of 4.3 million illegal alien school children daily! What can those 4.3 million kids unknowingly transfer to our kids? (Source: www.cis.org)
Tuberculosis kills nearly two million humans worldwide annually. In 2008, it hit 1.7 million deaths. Tuberculosis remained almost non-existent in the United States eight years ago. In 2003, a school in Sebewaing, Michigan reported 30 children and four teachers had tested positive for tuberculosis infections. Michigan supports a large Latin illegal alien population that migrated from Mexico.
In the past eight years, 16,000 cases of TB, which was formerly endemic only to Mexico, crossed over the borders inside the bodies of illegal aliens. Those adults and their children have spread out across the country to work in fast food restaurants and harvesting. Another outbreak occurred in Austin, Minnesota in 2003 where eight police officers tested positive for tuberculosis. After arresting illegal aliens for drunk driving, officers sat in the same car to contract the disease in the vehicle or in the jail where infected illegal aliens waited for trial. A similar outbreak occurred in Portland, Maine with 28 testing positive for tuberculosis.
The Santa Barbara News-Press, April 25, 2004, reported “Anatomy of an Outbreak—How a 19 year-old Mexican man infected at least 56 others with tuberculosis and then eluded county health officials before being caught by police and quarantined.”
An undetected illegal alien carrying TB may infect from 10 to 50 other Americans depending on public contact.
In February 2008, northwest Arkansas reported 100 cases of TB and nine cases of leprosy.
On November 6, 2003, at a local restaurant chain, Chi-Chi’s in Beaver Valley, Pennsylvania, unscreened employees ‘served’ up plates of infectious hepatitis ‘A’ to their patrons. Over 3,000 had to receive the painful gamma-globulin shots while two Americans died. Health officials reported, “Workers may have contaminated food by failure to follow basic hygiene in cleaning hands after using the bathroom.” Owners failed to health screen employees at the restaurant chain.
Another distressing disease, leprosy, long feared from Biblical times, totaled 900 cases in the USA in the past 40 years. In the past seven years, according to a report from the NY Times in February, 2003, leprosy has infected over 7,000 people in the United States. Illegal immigrants from India, Brazil, Mexico and the Caribbean brought leprosy into the U.S. Leprosy spreads by infected illegal aliens working in fast food, dish washing and hotels.
Chagas Disease arrives directly from Mexico and Latin America where it infects 18 million people. The T-cruzi protozoan destroys heart tissue and other organs. “One can contract it by eating uncooked food contaminated with infective feces of the Vinchuca Bug. It penetrates our border in the bodies of an average of 3,000 to 8,000 illegal aliens daily,” said Carlos Bastien, author of the book: Kiss of Death: Chagas.
Whether it’s Dengue Fever, now in Florida, Hemorrhagic Fever coming up from Texas border towns or E-coli intestinal parasites arriving with illegal migrants from Mexico daily, every American citizen faces these forms of bio-terrorism. The department of Homeland Security presents Americans with color coded ‘alert’ levels from Al Qaeda, but that doesn’t protect us from a mounting invasion from an ‘unarmed army’ of disease carrying illegals that exceed 9/11 in mortality results.
You must demand your schools examine and process every child for head lice, TB and leprosy on a regular basis.