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Care For Some Leprosy With That Taco? The Dark Side of Illegal Immigration

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The Dark Side Of Illegal Immigration Facts, Figures And Statistics On Illegal Immigration
Legal immigrants are required to have medical screening to ensure that they do not bring any contagious diseases into the United States. Illegal aliens are not screened and many are carrying horrific
third world diseases that do not belong in the USA. Many of these
diseases are highly contagious and will infect citizens that come in
contact with an infected illegal alien. This has already happened in
restaurants, schools, and police forces.

Malaria was eradicated from the USA in the 1940s but recently there were outbreaks in southern California, New Jersey, New York City, and
Houston. Additionally, Malaria tainted blood has been discovered in the
blood supply.

Dengue was first recognized in the 1950s, affects most Asian countries and has become a leading cause of death among children in the infected areas.
Heretofore unknown in the US, Dengue outbreaks have now occurred in the
United States.

Leprosy, a scourge of Biblical days, is caused by a bacillus agent and is now know as Hansen's Disease. In the 40 years prior to 2002, there were only
900 total cases of leprosy in the US. In the following three years
there have been 9,000 cases and most were illegal aliens.

As noted in the article Leprosy in America: new cause for concern by Dr. William Levis, head of the New York Hansen's Disease Clinic. "It's creeping into the U.S. ... This is a real phenomenon. It's a public
health threat
. New York is endemic now, and nobody's noticed.
" In
the same article, Dr. Terry Williams, who runs a Houston-based clinic
serving leprosy patients across southern Texas, said that the bulk of
the cases treated by his clinic were immigrants.
"A lot of our
cases are imported," he said. "We see patients from everywhere--Africa,
the Philippines, China, South America." (emphasis added)

Hepatitis A-E is a viral infection that primarily attacks the liver. In 2004, more than 650 people contacted Hepatitis A at a single Chi-Chi's Mexican restaurant in Pennsylvania.
Four latter died. Hepatitis B is one of the major diseases of mankind
and is a serious global public health problem. It is estimated that 2
BILLION people are infected and about one million persons die each year.
The new vaccine is only 95% effective in preventing an infection and
will not cure a person who already has Hepatitis B, which results in a
lifelong infection, cirrhosis (scarring) of the liver, liver cancer,
liver failure, and early death. An estimated 1.3 million people in the
US are currently infected. No vaccine is currently available to prevent
Hepatitis C-E and treatment for chronic Hepatitis C costs about $1,500
per person.

Tuberculosis (TB) kills approximately 2 million people each year. It is estimated that between 2002 and 2020,
approximately 1,000,000,000 people will be newly infected, over 150
million people will get sick, and 36 million will die. TB is a highly
contagious
disease. Like the common cold, it spreads through the
air. When infectious people cough, sneeze, talk or spit, they propel TB
germs, known as bacilli, into the air. Each person with active TB will
infect on average between 10 and 15 people every year.

The United States currently has one of the lowest rates of TB in the world. Mexico has 10 times the rate of prevalence and many African countries along with Afghanistan, Cambodia, the Philippines, and
Indonesia have rates that are 100 – 150 times higher. Making matters
worse, a few years ago a Multi-Drug-Resistant (MDR) strain of TB has emerged
that is resistant to all standard anti-TB drugs. Treating a single case
of MDR TB costs over $250,000 and as much as $1,200,000 per
person
, and even with treatment about half of the patients with
MDR-TB prematurely die.

In an article in the Journal of the American Medical Assn., Dr. Reuben Granich, a lead investigator for the CDC commented on MDR-TB:

"Evidence of it has surfaced in 38 of 61 California health jurisdictions, and it could ‘threaten the efficacy of TB control efforts,' Granich said. The infected were said to be four times as
likely to die from the disease and twice as likely to transmit the
disease to others ... Reluctant to label the infected as ‘illegal' or
even ‘undocumented' aliens, the report notes that of the 407 known cases
of MDR-TB, 84% were ‘foreign-born' patients, mainly from Mexico and the
Philippines who'd been in the U.S. less than five years. The percentage
of TB cases among the ‘foreign-born' jumped from 29% in 1993 to 53% as
of last year."

Recently, there was a TB Outbreak In Oklahoma City in a hospital affecting thousands.

Hopefully, this will not be the new extensively drug-resistant XDR strain just being brought in by illegal aliens (now 4% of US cases) and which is currently impossible to cure at any cost. In any case, it would not be
surprising to find that the source of the outbreak is an illegal alien
working in the hospital or an infected resident worker who became
infected through contact with an infected illegal alien since the TB
rate for residents in the USA is very low.

For more information on TB and the link to illegal aliens, see:


Chagas Disease (American Trypanosomiasis), endemic to South and Central America, is spread by infected triatomine bugs, known as the "kissing bugs," that bite people. It was unknown
in the United States until fairly recently. It is now estimated that
between 100,000 and 500,000 people in the US have Chagas Disease. Who is
infected? Mostly illegal aliens.

Since Chagas Disease is basically unknown outside of the illegal alien community most doctors won't recognize it and the blood supply just started being screened for it. Most cases of Chagas Disease that
occur in patients other than illegal aliens are thought to be contracted
from tainted blood – blood sold by illegal aliens with Chagas Disease
before the blood supply started being tested for it as of August of
2006.

HIV The number of illegal Mexican and Central American immigrants with HIV or AIDS is unknown, mostly because researchers rarely ask about immigration status. However, it is known
that the rate of HIV infection among Latino women in California is about
twice the rate of white women. At one free California health clinic,
all of the women have HIV or AIDS. Most are Mexican or Central American
"immigrants."


All these diseases and pathogens, and a plethora of others that are not endemic to the US, are being brought in by unscreened illegal aliens who then spread them to an unsuspecting population. These diseases will
give you something to think about the next time you are eating at a
restaurant with the grunt work being done by illegal aliens who didn't
have medical screening before preparing and handling your food.

As recently reported in Hepatitis Risk for East Asians in New York, among east Asian immigrants in New York City, one person in seven carries the Hepatitis B virus and that researchers at New York Univ.
School of Medicine, found that 15% of east Asians in New York - as many
as 100,000 people - are chronic hepatitis carriers, with the rate
highest among immigrants from China. That infection rate is 35 times the
rate found in the general population. The article did not mention how
many of the infected people were illegal aliens but odds are the vast
majority were.

Health reporter Bill Sardi noted:

"Recently an outbreak of hepatitis traced to Chi-Chi's Mexican restaurant, in Pennsylvania was inexplicably traced to contaminated green onions, not the most obvious cause, undocumented food
workers who harbored Hepatitis. For the most part, Hepatitis is a
blood-borne, not a food-borne disease. The Hepatitis outbreak infected
over 650 individuals, caused 9,000 Americans to undergo immune globulin
shots, and killed 4 people.

If Americans found out restaurants can commonly infect their customers from food workers, it would be a serious blow to the restaurant industry. Better blame the green onions. Let's concede the
onions, grown in Mexico, were contaminated from fecal material
containing Hepatitis. Did all the green onions imported from Mexico end
up in one single restaurant? There were no other outbreaks of Hepatitis
anywhere elsewhere from green onions. There were 13 restaurant workers
who had Hepatitis. They were the likely source of the transmitted
infection.

While the unions resist mandatory Hepatitis screening and vaccination for food workers, the government mandates that newborn babies be jabbed with Hepatitis vaccines before they can leave the hospital. The logic
in this defies understanding until one realizes that newborn babies of
immigrant families can more easily acquire Hepatitis so all babies are
given the vaccines."

As noted in a May 2006 article, Milford taking harsher stance against illegals than Framingham, increased levels of TB are being noted and some municipalities are finally starting to take action to protect their
citizens.

As unfortunate as it may be, the US can not bear the financial burden for treating the world's sick, ill, and infected populace, but the Govt. should be protecting American citizens from the diseases being
brought in by illegal aliens.

How many more citizens will come down with Hepatitis, Leprosy, E-coli, or Chagas Disease from contact with an infected illegal alien before something is done? How many school children must get TB before
our government takes action to protect them?

Remember the movie Alien and how the creature popped out of infected bodies? The Guinea Worm is a mini-version. Maybe your kids can take advantage of the experience on show & tell day.

If we screen legal aliens for contagious diseases, why are we allowing unscreened and contagious illegal aliens to roam the country infecting the citizenry?

Diseases - collateral damage from a "victimless crime" to save ten cents on a head of lettuce.
Entry #11

Comments

1.
Comment by Delta Draw - August 1, 2010, 3:34 am
I knew a German who was a little brown shirt when he was a lad. He tried to get in the USA but was turned away first time for TB. So he went back to Deutschland and stayed in a mountain schloss for the diseased. He made it here after getting cleaned up via Canada. He did it legally, so others can too, but as you know there are strong lobbyists who work for large interests and the largest is the dollar.

Ben Franklin is the banker’s, the baker’s and the beaner’s friend. Live with it. It’s like someone once said,…., Don’t get in the way of a dollar bill, and don’t mess with a handful of Franklins. History teaches who Ben served,.. but maybe he had a change of heart when he wanted a constitutional outline that excluded one race. The colonialists had an idea of what was good and bad for a young country after over 25 years of being strapped over a barrel.

What is happening here is global and not isolated. Freedom and free societies are desired for their social programs not their social order.
Let your chickens go!
DD
2.
jarasanComment by jarasan - August 1, 2010, 7:35 am
Don't forget Dengue fever, "bone breaking fever", the pain is so excruciating people actually break bones trying to alleviate the pain.   14 cases in the Keys from immigrants.
3.
sully16Comment by sully16 - August 1, 2010, 10:39 am
Emergency rooms fill up, and Americans with paid for insurance have to stand in line behind them if it's not critical. If one of my family members ever and I mean ever has to stand behind an illegal in the ER, I will file the biggest public lawsuit ever.

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