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Why shouldn’t we as parents be afraid for our children from diseases brought in by illegals?

Call me what you want, but why should we allow our children to be put in such dangers as the diseases brought in by illegal aliens?
Why do we not have the right to say who is in our schools that could be spreading these diseases?
Facts are they bring these diseases from home and spread them to our children. And you supporters feel this is okay too?
I am glad my parents never felt like this.


Another “inconvenient truth” about illegal immigration…disease
April 18, 1:55 AM · Dave Gibson – Immigration Reform Examiner
Last month, 50 students and teachers at Lilburn Middle School in Gwinnett County, Ga., a suburb of Atlanta , tested positive for tuberculosis exposure, and four have been confirmed to have an active case of TB.. While that news may be shocking to most, it is nothing new. In October 2009, about 200 students at the county’s Norcross High School underwent testing, after TB was discovered at the school.

Of course, Atlanta is a known ‘sanctuary city’ for illegal aliens.

It is often said that the flood of illegal immigrants into this country is reaching ‘epidemic proportions.’ While that statement is true, it is just as true that the illegal immigrants pouring over the U.S./Mexican border are endangering this country with actual epidemics. Tuberculosis, hepatitis, dengue fever, chagas, and even leprosy are being imported into the U.S. inside the bodies of illegal aliens.

A virtual ‘hot-zone’ of disease can be found in this nations border states. Illegal immigrants have set up so-called ;colonias’ just inside the states of New Mexico, Texas, and Arizona. The shanty towns are comprised mostly of cardboard shacks and huts made with cast-off building materials. They have no sanitation, and are surrounded by mounds of garbage. The estimated 185,000 illegals share their makeshift towns with armies of rats. Of course, diseases only common to Central and South America run rampant in these places.

One of the imports to this country is chagas disease. It is caused by a parasite known as trypanosome. It is a blood-borne disease and is spread by triatomine insects. The parasite burrows into human tissue (usually in the face), where it then begins to multiply. In addition to being spread by insects, it can also be contracted through blood transfusions.

After cases of chagas were reportedly discovered to have been spread by transfusions in Canada, that nation began testing all blood donations for the disease.

Once thought to be nearly eradicated in this country, TB is now making a strong comeback, thanks to unchecked immigration.

In a 2005 interview with Mother Jones Magazine, Dr. Reichman of The New Jersey TB Clinic said: “In the 1990′s, cases among foreign born Americans rose from 29 percent to 41.6 percent. Antibiotic resistant strains from Mexico have migrated to Texas. Since three years ago, 16,000 new cases of TB were discovered in the United States. Half were foreign born. Strains of TB once only found in Mexico have migrated to the border states of Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and California. It will move north as illegal aliens work in restaurants as cooks, dishwashers, and food handlers. We sit on the edge of a potential catastrophe.”

In 2001, New York’s Tuberculosis Control Program discovered that 81 percent of that city’s new cases of TB were attributed to foreign nationals.

As in Atlanta, cases of TB are now being found where there are high concentrations of illegal aliens. In March of 2002, The Washington Post reported that Virginia’s Prince William County experienced a 188 percent increase of TB infections over the previous year. Of course, the streets of Prince William County are over-run with illegal aliens seeking day-laborer jobs.

In May 2009, another outbreak of TB was feared, this time in Chicago, as an infected doctor possibly spread the virus throughout area hospitals. The unidentified physician worked at Evanston Hospital, Children’s Memorial and Northwestern Memorial’s Prentice Women’s Hospital. Chicago has a ‘sanctuary’ policy for illegal aliens, and consequently has a very large illegal population.

According to the CDC, the following countries accounted for the largest number of TB cases among legal, U.S. resident aliens in 2004:

-Mexico (1,976)
-Philippines (829)
-Vietnam (619)
-India (557)
-China (352)
-Haiti (248)
-South Korea (219)
-Guatemala (190)
-Ethiopia (169)
-Peru (159)

Of course, the preceding numbers do not include the millions of illegal aliens currently living in this country.

It costs between $250K to $1million to treat a patient with TB.

Despite the dangers presented by swine flu and the fact that the World Health Organization raised their threat level to the highest in that group‘s history, the U.S. government refused to close our border with Mexico, where the flu actually originated and where the highest number of deaths occurred.

During an April 27, 2009 press c
DHS Janet Napolitano said: “Well, as I said yesterday, we’re already doing passive surveillance at the border. And with respect to closing the border, again, you would close the border if you thought you could contain disease, the spread of disease. But the disease already is in a number of states within the United States, so the containment issue doesn’t really play out. This particular flu, you can actually have it for a couple of days before you show any symptoms, and so even if—people could be coming through now, even under passive surveillance, who actually have the flu. So that’s a very difficult judgment to make.”

Then on NBC’s Today Show Napolitano gave the real reason behind this administration’s unwillingness to close the border.

Napolitano told viewers: “You have to look at what the costs of that are. We literally have thousands of trucks and lots of commerce that cross that border. We have food products and other things that go across that border. So that would be a v

For the liberal teacher, there are not vaccinations against chagas disease or many of the ones that these illegals are exposing us to. This is one great concern to me as my children are exposed in one school and I am exposed in another. I use to have to get tested every 2 years for TB. But since illegals have invaded this area, I have to get tested yearly. What does this tell you. Between being a national threat and a health threat, I do not understand how they allow these illegal aliens to remain.

Children do not receive a TB vaccination, a malaria vaccination or a chagas disease vaccination. They bring them into restaurants and from the homes of their illegal parents.