Skip to comments.OUTBREAK: Leprosy in Arkansas – Brought Here by Whom?
Posted on 02/18/2008 7:37:11 AM PST by captjanaway
In an emergency room in Arkansas, the patient exhibits dark red boils, her skin numb. Another case of leprosy in America. Not far away, a tuberculosis-infected illegal immigrant coughs while on break at the local chicken processing plant spreading his infectious germs across the break room table. His children, also carrying the disease, which had been all but eradicated from the United States years ago, join hundreds of children at the local public school. Crossing the Mexican border, in a pickup truck filled with migrant workers coming to do the jobs Americans dont do in our fields and food processing plants, is the Islamic terrorist who purposefully infected himself with smallpox in order to spread the deadly disease to unsuspecting Americans nationwide.
Fact or fiction? Well over 12 million illegal aliens have invaded our country from our southern border, circumventing the strict health requirements that are enforced for those entering legally requirements that include ensuring the entrants are free from infectious diseases. Our own government continues its push to give them legitimacy, in some cases welcoming them with open arms under the guise of they are doing the work Americans just dont do. However, we dont know who they are or what horrific contagions they may have brought with them.
(Excerpt) Read more at familysecuritymatters.org ...
Don’t be so impatient.
“I for one welcome the resurgence of once eradicated diseases brought here by our new Hispanic Overlords.”
Shouldn’t you be posting that at Fark? ;)
Hepatitis too... plenty of Canucks got infected via bad blood from Arkansas prison donors... Sold by slick willie and co. to the Libs
We spent years here in FR trying to get that story out to the public, but the press and the Canadian government just caved to the clintons, as always.
"Springdale has become an escape valve for the Marshallese. The small industrial city is host to the largest population of Marshall Islanders outside of the home islands."
"Many islanders call Springdale the land of opportunity, probably unaware that Arkansas license plates once carried that slogan."
Marshallese immigrants benefit from extraordinarily close ties to the United States that were codified when the countries signed the Compact of Free Association in 1986, when the islands gained their independence. Marshallese are allowed to live and work in the United States indefinitely without visas. As a result, few of those who immigrate seek U.S. citizenship."
But it's amazing they all come to Arkansas.
Hmmm, it was on the news all the time back home in BC Canada