I argue that the reason we are seeing an explosion in drug resistant illnesses, that long ago we had brought under control and in many instances eliminated, is the uncontrolled influx of illegal aliens into this country. Tuberculosis, mumps, measles, polio, various sexually transmitted diseases, whooping cough, and a plethora of other illnesses and diseases have very quietly reached levels that are cause for concern.
I submit that we are not being told this, because of the fear that if, we the public, were to find out the truth, the backlash would have a tsunami effect. Leadership in both parties is anxious to make illegals the new victim class that they control. Ergo, the last thing they want are writers talking about the resurgence of communicable diseases and illegals as the primary causal factor for same.
Clinton, Bush, and Obama, et al, have positioned us in harms way by providing an accommodating environment for these illegal disease carriers. It is not my contention that everyone who crosses the border illegally is diseased or a disease carrier. I am saying, the fact that we do not know which ones are and which ones are not puts us in peril.
Unlike those who claim to know what the ordinary people think and experience, my closest friends and I eat at store front ethnic restaurants in the ghetto whenever we have the chance – often making special trips to do so. We frequent those that are family owned/operated, and the owners are in our country legally. In most instances we meet the families and relatives and form relationships. But I confess, that when I walk in an uptown restaurant and see illegals in the kitchen or busing tables, I am concerned.
It is not my intention to monger fear, but I haven’t read anything that suggested Mary Mallon was an unlikable person. And yet, her nom de plume struck fear in the bravest of men. What was her nom de plume? It was Typhoid Mary, and as such she was responsible for infecting over 50 people (the truth being that it could have been many more that), in her career as a cook.
I submit that any city or sanctuary where there are high concentrations of illegals, the area is at risk. Call me names, call me a fear monger – but research isn’t lying when it shows we have exponential growth of illnesses and diseases that only a couple decades ago were under control or virtually nonexistent. Illegals are not vaccinated and examined as we in America have been.
There is one more reason to shut our borders that I think isn’t being addressed. And it is the following. Napolitano, Holder, and Obama make a theatrical display of subjecting children and attractive women to feel-ups and pornographic imaging, even as they subject elderly grandmothers in wheelchairs, suffering from cancer to strip naked, all under the guise of national security. But they do nothing to check if there are terrorists crossing the border infected with highly communicable diseases that will infect and cause panic.
Because they are not telling the truth about the rise in diseases we are put at risk. They are coming up with elaborate reasons for rapid increase in communicable diseases are resistant to drugs, but their record of subterfuge and dishonesty is a matter of record.
I would argue that instead of Michelle Obama shaking her big behind around like a lunatic and telling us what she thinks we should eat – she should be concerned about who’s the kitchen preparing the food. Read the following Reuters piece and think about what is happening. I encourage you to read between the lines and also weigh what they are saying against what they are not saying.
Drug-Resistant “White Plague” Lurks Among Rich And Poor:
LONDON (Reuters)- On New Year’s Eve 2004, after months of losing weight and suffering fevers, night sweats and shortness of breath, student Anna Watterson was taken into hospital coughing up blood.
It was strange to be diagnosed with tuberculosis (TB)- an ancient disease associated with poverty – especially since Watterson was a well-off trainee lawyer living in the affluent British capital of London. Yet it was also a relief, she says, finally to know what had been making her ill for so long.
But when Watterson’s infection refused to yield to the three-pronged antibiotic attack doctors prescribed to fight it, her relief turned to dread.
After six weeks of taking pills that had no effect, Watterson was told she had multi-drug resistant TB, or MDR-TB, and faced months in an isolation ward on a regimen of injected drugs that left her nauseous, bruised and unable to go out in the sun. (Read more at: http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/03/19/us-tuberculosis-idUSBRE82I0D820120319)