Ebola and the Enterovirus — Preventable Plagues?

by Ryan on October 5, 2014

in Anything Else,Education,Health Care,Immigration,Media Bias,New Jersey,Politics,Rhode Island,science,Stupid government

Right now two plagues are a scourge across America — Ebola and the Non-Polio Enterovirus D-68.  While our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims of these highly infectious and deadly diseases making their rounds around the USA, two notions popped into my mind.

First, how in the hell did Ebola get in the United States (we know how, technically, but what the heck!) and why are we sending thousands of US troops into Ebola ravaged areas?  That’s really out of whack.

Second, the Enterovirus has impacted people all over the country killing children in both New Jersey and Rhode Island, my two home states, while mysteriously infecting 538 people in 43 states (as of last Friday).  On this point, I feel oddly singular:  Has anyone else noticed that right around the time when those tens of thousands of illegal alien children sent to all 50 states began going to our public schools, this mysterious respiratory virus struck in 43 states simultaneously, and mostly to youngsters?  Seriously, has no one else noticed that?

So, we’re sending thousands of American soldiers into Ebola infested areas while our CDC says a quarantine will somehow make things worse, and we’re whistling passed at least two little kid’s graves because we don’t want to entertain the possibility that the administration’s no borders policy has let loose a deadly virus in 43 states.

When did America become a third world country?  Our lax immigration policies may be directly related to serious public health issues and someone needs to be held responsible for the preventable aspects of these diseases.

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pete lee November 30, 2014 at 1:48 pm

Good grief. Ebola is a disease of poverty and underdevelopment. If the US is a third world country then it is due to neo-liberal policies. However given it is very rich Ebola is unlikely to spread. The soldiers going out to help in West Africa are really putting Christianity in practice

I came on here looking for comments about catholicism and its political allegiance.

I bumped into a neo fascist website


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