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America & Western Countries:
Becoming The World’s Refugee Camps - Diseases
Part 3

By Frosty Wooldridge

As of 2014, 41.3 million foreign-born immigrants migrated to America. Legal immigrants enter the United States at 100,000 every 30 days. They form the first wave of an armada of 100 million legal immigrants descending on America within the next 30 years. (Sources: US Census Bureau; PEW Research Center, US Population Projections by Fogel/Martin.)

They arrive from over 115 third world countries where tuberculosis (TB) kills 2.1 million people annually.

Immigrants arrive from countries where leprosy thrives: official figures show the global registered prevalence of leprosy at 189,018 at the end of 2012 and during the same year, 232,857 new cases were reported. Leprosy stems from living in filthy conditions without personal hygiene.

In the past 50 years, a total of 900 cases of leprosy affected the American population. Today because of massive immigration from third world countries, 7,000 Americans suffer with leprosy.

‘‘And those are the ones we know about," said Dr. John Levis, physician at Bellevue Hospital's Hansen's Disease Clinic in New York. "There are probably many, many more and they are spreading."

Most of those infected in the United States originate from global leprosy hot spots: Mexico, Brazil, India and the Caribbean. But, in the past 16 years, Levis and his colleagues proved that a few of his patients — including a 73-year-old man from Queens who had never been out of the country and an elderly Jewish man from Westchester County, New York — contracted leprosy in the United States. Leprosy's symptoms--bumpy rashes, skin indentations and loss of feeling in hands and feet. As a result, the disease is now officially endemic to the Northeastern United States for the first time ever. (Source: NY Times, Sharon Lerner, 2/20/03, 'Leprosy on the rise in the US')

Immigrants arrive with the Chagas parasite from South America where it affects 16 to 18 million people and kills 50,000 annually. It attacks the heart and other internal organs. It cannot be cured. (Source: Kiss of Death by Joseph Bastien)

Those immigrants arrive with Enterovirus. This year, 55,000 children from Central and South America crashed America’s borders without health inspections of any kind. They dispersed throughout the United States into school systems and foster care that now feature American children suffering from paralysis.

Additionally, they arrived with tapeworms, head lice, TB, skin rashes and other diseases.

Immigrants arrive in America carrying Ebola virus, which killed over 4,033 people in West Africa in 2014 and now threatens to move into America’s mainstream population.

Immigrants arrive with AIDS from Africa via illegal immigration. AIDS killed over 25 million people in Africa since 1981.

Washington, D.C. is one of the areas hardest hit by HIV in the

United States, with an epidemic on par with some developing nations. “In D.C., approximately 2.7% of the population is living with HIV, which exceeds UNAIDS’ definition of a “generalized” epidemic (having HIV prevalence greater than 1% of the population). D.C. features the highest AIDS diagnosis rate of any state in the U.S. The epidemic is driven by a complex interplay of factors and the impact of HIV/ADS varies across the District of Columbia.” (Source: Kaiser Family Foundation)

West Nile virus entered the United States over 10 years ago. It killed 1,100 Americans.

Malaria causes 2.7 million deaths annually worldwide:

? Malaria was eliminated from the United States in the early 1950's.

? Approximately 1,500­2,000 cases of malaria are reported every year in the United States, almost all in recent travelers. Reported malaria cases reached a 40-year high of 1,925 in 2011.

? First- and second-generation immigrants from malaria-endemic countries returning to their "home" countries to visit friends and relatives tend not to use appropriate malaria prevention measures and thus are more likely to become infected with malaria. (Source: CDC, Atlanta, GA)

Another bug riding in the bodies of newcomers to America:

tuberculosis. In an article from 'THE PATIENT PREDATOR', Mother Jones News, March issue: Dr. Reichman of New Jersey TB Clinic, "In the 1990s, cases among foreign born Americans rose from 29 percent to 41.6 percent. Anti biotic 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 found only in Mexico have migrated to border states of Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and California. It migrates north as illegal aliens work in restaurants as cooks, dishwashers and food handlers. We sit on the edge of a potential catastrophe."

American citizens and their children face more diseases. Hepatitis A,B and C run rampant in fast food workers. These diseases kill.

To name a few diseases imported by immigrants in the past 10 years:

Argentine hemorrhagic fever brought into California and Arizona from Latin America via illegal aliens; Exotic New Castle Disease that killed 1.5 million chickens in California and brought in by illegals who use roosters for cock-fighting; Leichmaniasis from the Middle East which is a parasite injected into the blood by sand-flies, malaria from Bantus from Africa, polio from Nigerians coming into the USA, 16,000 cases in three years of MDR mycobacterium tuberculosis which is incurable, brought directly from Mexico.

This website offers thousands of cases and dozens of other diseases brought in by legal and illegal immigrants. Go to: 'IMMIGRANTS AND PUBLIC HEALTH: WHY IMMIGRATION IS A HEALTH CARE CONCERN',

Or, you can go to 'PUBLIC HEALTH PUT AT RISK,

American citizens either vote representatives into Congress to repeal the 1965 Immigration Reform Act that injects 1.2 million legal immigrants into the USA annually, or, face accelerating disease rates. Additionally, the current S744 amnesty bill doubles legal immigration to 2.0 million annually, thus, doubling the rate of speed of third world immigrants from 140 countries racing into America. Once within the USA, they become our problem.

We need to reduce all immigration to less than 100,000 annually and only from first world countries. These two videos show what we face if we remain on our current legal immigration path:

In a five minute astoundingly simple yet brilliant video, “Immigration, Poverty, and Gum Balls, Roy Beck, director of www.numbersusa.ORG, graphically illustrates the impact of overpopulation.  Take five minutes to see for yourself:


Immigration by the numbers—off the chart by Roy Beck

This 10 minute demonstration shows Americans the results of unending mass immigration on the quality of life and sustainability for future generations: in a few words, “Mind boggling!”

Finally, immigrants arrive from cultures that foster diseases via poverty, lack of hygiene standards, contact with animals as a way of life, illiteracy and third world practices. With another 100,000,000 (million) of them doubling the size of our 25 most populated cities, we face enormous consequences to ourselves, our children and our society.

Part 4: Fragmenting civilizations with incompatible religions and cultures.


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