The Dark Side Of Illegal Immigration Facts, Figures And Statistics On Illegal Immigration

July 22, 2010 10:20

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.

by Darla, ADMIN / National Director Patriotic Resistance

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.


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