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Dec 04 2015

Crossing the Border Along With Undocumented Democrats: Chikungunya, Chagas Disease

As the government deliberately allows the core population to be washed away in a tsunami of Third World colonists, Islam and welfare dependency are not the only terrible diseases being imported.

One example is chikungunya:

Lost in much of the media coverage of new domestic cases of chikungunya, a painful and sometimes debilitating mosquito-borne virus, is that Mexico has been experiencing an alarming rise in infections that could potentially spread across the porous border. …

According to CDC data, the U.S. this year has seen 571 chikungunya cases in 42 states as of November 17, with all reported cases coming from “travelers returning from affected areas.”

The disease came out of Africa and has taken root in Latin America. Having been imported from south of the border, it will be spread around by mosquitos.

Chikungunya, described in medical literature as debilitating, causes fever, headache, and severe joint pain that can last months.

Also,

the disease can cause severe and potentially fatal brain infection, especially in infants and seniors.

As always, Obama is taking steps — to make a bad situation worse:

Last year, the Obama administration announced plans to facilitate the immigration of up to 100,000 Haitians to the U.S. to be “reunited with their families.”

The Caribbean country is currently in the midst of outbreaks of chikungunya and the worst cholera epidemic in recent history.

Another exotic illness that will enrich our multicultural future is Chagas disease:

Chagas disease, also known as American trypanosomiasis, is a potentially life-threatening illness caused by the protozoan parasite Trypanosoma cruzi (T. cruzi). It is found mainly in endemic areas of 21 Latin American countries.…

Chagas often leads to a fatal condition known as Chagasic cardiomyopathy.

The National School for Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine released a list of facts on Chagas Disease.

According to this prestigious school of medicine there are an estimated 300,000 cases of Chagas disease in the United States today with a high level of cases in Texas. The disease was mostly imported from Latin America.

Apply social justice to epidemiology and you can only conclude that if Third Worlders suffer from these terrible diseases, Americans should too.

On tips from Byron and Stormfax.



18 Responses to “Crossing the Border Along With Undocumented Democrats: Chikungunya, Chagas Disease”

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  6. chris black says:

    Hawaii now has over 100 cases of Dengue Fever, brought by ‘travelers’. I’m thinking it isn’t tourist from the mainland.

  7. chris black says:

    Hawaii now has over 100 cases of Dengue Fever, brought by ‘travelers’. I’m thinking it isn’t tourist from the mainland.

  8. whotothewhat says:

    Obmanitius, described in medical literature as debilitating, causes fever, headache, and severe joint pain that can last 4 to 8 years.

  9. whotothewhat says:

    Obmanitius, described in medical literature as debilitating, causes fever, headache, and severe joint pain that can last 4 to 8 years.

  10. Take The Red Pill says:

    That illegals carry debilitating and sometimes fatal diseases with them is an old story. Back in the 80’s, there was a short series of articles in a science magazine (long since defunct) that described how American doctors were baffled by ‘mysterious’ diseases that some ‘immigrants’ in their hospitals had. It turned out that these immigrants had diseases that we had eradicated here in the US long ago — diseases such as tuberculosis, polio, etc.. The doctors didn’t know what to look for with these diseases, because the medical schools were not teaching about them anymore.

  11. Take The Red Pill says:

    That illegals carry debilitating and sometimes fatal diseases with them is an old story. Back in the 80’s, there was a short series of articles in a science magazine (long since defunct) that described how American doctors were baffled by ‘mysterious’ diseases that some ‘immigrants’ in their hospitals had. It turned out that these immigrants had diseases that we had eradicated here in the US long ago — diseases such as tuberculosis, polio, etc.. The doctors didn’t know what to look for with these diseases, because the medical schools were not teaching about them anymore.

  12. Bill T says:

    Will this be another gift from Syria?
    Flesh-Eating Bug On The Rise In Syria
    http://news.yahoo.com/flesh-eating-bug-on-the-rise-in-syria-caused-by-094027263.html

  13. Bill T says:

    Will this be another gift from Syria?
    Flesh-Eating Bug On The Rise In Syria
    http://news.yahoo.com/flesh-eating-bug-on-the-rise-in-syria-caused-by-094027263.html

  14. CQM in western colorado says:

    Dengue fever, also mosquito borne, and informally known as “bone break fever” or “break bone fever” because the severe pain it causes. I have a severe case of “Obama fever” is is also known as “ass pain” fever.

  15. CQM in western colorado says:

    Dengue fever, also mosquito borne, and informally known as “bone break fever” or “break bone fever” because the severe pain it causes. I have a severe case of “Obama fever” is is also known as “ass pain” fever.


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