What creeps you out? Maybe it’s spiders? Deep water? The thought that Obama will be the leader of the free world for another 853 days? How about the fact that we have illegal aliens flooding into our borders everyday and many of them have diseases?
These are diseases that America hasn’t seen outbreaks of in centuries and have been essentially eradicated. Some of the most serious creepy crawlies being: drug resistant tuberculosis, hepatitis, Changas disease, dengue fever, malaria, measles, scabies, and more. Let’s take a look at these little monsters that want to live inside you, shall we?
Scabies is a nasty affliction caused by the parasite, Sarcoptes scabiei, which burrows into human skin forming tunnels. The parasite lays eggs and it is spread from human to human by close physical contact such as having intercourse or hugging an infected person. The disease causes intense itching and red seeping sores that can last for years.
Another parasite that we may see spread across the population is the “Chagas” disease. It is said that about 8-11 million people are affected by this parasite mostly in Mexico, central, and South America. It is the caused by the bug, Triatominae. It bites it’s host and deposits feces that contain the parasite into the blood stream through the bite, where the parasites can travel to organs causing swelling, organ failure, and eventually death.
It can be spread from humans to animals, through blood transfusions, and donated organs. No one would know that Chagas was in the blood being donated, unless medical professionals were specifically looking for the disease putting the American population at risk.
Perhaps one of the scariest diseases we will see rear it’s ugly head throughout the population as an epidemic, is tuberculosis. It is considered an infectious disease and can spread quickly. It spreads through the sputum of an infected person from inhaling the air from a cough or sneeze. Even a person shouting nearby, can spread the disease.
TB, as it is also referred to, can cause pneumonia and lymph nodes to swell. It can also spread to other parts of the body as well. If the body responds to the bacteria soon enough, it can stop the spreading by forming scar tissue around the TB bacteria- essentially leaving it dormant as long as the host immune system remains healthy. If the person becomes sick, it can break through the scar tissue and cause complications. Anyone can get this bacteria and is treated with medications that are quickly becoming resistant.
The elderly, immune-compromised, and children will be hit the hardest if this becomes an outbreak of epic proportions. With millions of undocumented persons that have hijacked the border and flooded into vulnerable border towns, there is no telling what other kinds of disease they are carrying. What about the safety and well being of the American people? The rights of an illegal seemingly trumps that of a natural-born citizen. In the cryptic words of the great George Orwell “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others”.
The “humanitarian” crisis, as Obama likes to refer to this crime, has reached near-epic proportions. Where are our elected officials? Can they with good conscience turn a blind eye to this catastrophe, for the sake of votes? Or is the real question, who’s going to pay for these criminals? The answer seems easy, as the American tax payers will foot the bill to house, feed, clothe, and provide medical care.
The answer goes much deeper though and that is our children and our children’s children. The ultimate goal, of what can only be seen as sheer lawlessness, is to collapse our economy — only to bring it back with socialist style. Our broken and tattered society will have no other choice but to be forced to reach out and wrap their arms around the new government and accept their fate as a pawn of the state.
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