Bringing Disease to America.

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    Stats about all US cities - real estate, relocation info, house prices, home value estimator, recent sales, cost of living, crime, race, income, photos, education, maps, weather, houses, schools, neighborhoods, and more

    L.A. county has been pushing Heapatis testing for some time; B, also A and C. They are encouraging Hep. B vaciine.
    The great increase of Ecoli illness from produce is troubling. Years ago there was strawberries contaminated from Ecoli that went to San Diego schools, and this Ecoli due to poor Mexican workers in Mexico who picked strawberries. They are used to going to the bathroom in the fields, they admit it, this contaminates produce. In U.S. we've had so many Ecoli outbreaks as illegals have increased picking of produce, I would suspect that these workers/companies are being more controlled by law enforcement now. The last big Ecoli spinach outbreak across the nation they said was due to cow manure in a next door field. The media/government is so pro-illegal in Ca., and trying hard to put a lid on anything 'anti-illegal'... I now wonder about the source of that outbreak.

    There are serious sanitation problems in areas where illegals are or work, and many of these illegals were given amnesty in the 80's and still have the same hygiene methods brought from Mexico and other S. American countries. Maybe some now use better hygiene living in the U.S., while many remain the same.
    These poor of S. America/Mexico (third world countries) and how they are used to living is not how Americans are used to living. While they are immune to dysentary (unsanitary conditions), Americans are not immune. S. America brings tuberculosis, hepatitis, Ecoli forms, etc. with them either from home country or from their hygiene practices over here causing disease. I think TB has lessened now, while just a few years ago it was still rampant (from S. American illegals), and many many of us in medical field are positive for TB but most do not have the TB disease of course.

    L.A. county officials called a downtown produce distributor 'Third World Country conditions', and this produce went to thousands of restaurants and markets in S. Calif. NBC caught deplorable conditions on camera: Latinos: men urinating next to produce boxes, water testing positive for several diseases was sprayed on all produce, rats running rampant and eating produce. These workers and were warned by county officials

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    Plains Indian Smallpox

    Native populations of the Americas lacked immunity to the infectious diseases that had ravaged Europe and Asia for centuries. Sparse populations on the Plains, and in the pristine valleys of the Rocky Mountains, prevented a buildup of communicable diseases. The "white man" diseases…measles, chicken pox, typhus, typhoid fever, dysentery, scarlet fever, diphtheria, and after 1832, cholera…were devastating to the American Indian. Lumped together, these diseases did not equal the havoc of smallpox in terms of number of deaths, realignment of tribal alliances, and subsequent changes in Canadian and American Indian CulturesSmallpox Native American Plains Indian Genocide Pictures


    The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment

    The U.S. government's 40-year experiment on black men with syphilis

    "The United States government did something that was wrong—deeply, profoundly, morally wrong. It was an outrage to our commitment to integrity and equality for all our citizens... clearly racist."


    Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment (History, Facts, Bad Blood, Bad Science) — Infoplease.com
     
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    sterilization – black women

    “America has always viewed unregulated Black reproduction as dangerous. For three centuries, Black mothers have been thought to pass down to their offspring the traits that marked them as inferior to any white person. Along with this biological impairment, it is believed that Black mothers transfer a deviant lifestyle to their children that dooms each succeeding generation to a life of poverty, delinquency, and despair. A persistent objective of American social policy has been to monitor and restrain this corrupting tendency of Black motherhood.” (Roberts 1997:8)

    The Straight Dope: Were 40% of Native American women forcibly sterilized in the 1970s?


    sterilization – black women mississippi appendectomy



    Were 40% of Native American women forcibly sterilized in the 1970s?
    March 22, 2002
    Dear Cecil:

    I attended a national Native American health conference recently and heard a startling statistic. A speaker showed a slide that read something like, "40 percent of Native American women accessing care through the U.S. Indian Health Service in the 1970s were sterilized against their will." I looked this up on the Web and found this statement on a lot of sites: "In 1975 alone, some 25,000 Native American women were permanently sterilized--many after being coerced, misinformed, or threatened." This seemed unbelievable to me, but a number of resources I checked and people I asked insisted it was true. Wouldn't the Native American population have drastically decreased since the 70s if this were the case?

    — J. Gatwood, Albuquerque, New Mexico
     
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    Forced Sterilization in America: It Inspired the Nazis and Went on Longer

    The very first nation to take an official and organized approach to eugenics, involving forced sterilization of "undesirables," was the United States of America. Starting with Michigan in 1897, forced sterilization in the US lasted into the 1960's and was given Supreme Court approval in Buck v. Bell in 1927. More than 60,000 people considered undesirable, including the mentally ill, the "promiscuous," the poor, Native Americans and the physically disabled, were compulsorily sterilized under official policy in the United States. The very last state-sanctioned, forced sterilization program in the US was in Oregon, only ending in 1981.

    According to the anthropological study of Judaism called Unsettled (reviewed here), the Nazi eugenics program in 1930's and 1940's Germany was inspired by and specifically modeled on America's eugenics program. Our shame was their inspiration.

    Forced Sterilization in America: It Inspired the Nazis and Went on Longer | culturekitchen

    So lets not self righteously demonize Mexicans other then those who are here illgally by breaking our immigration laws. Lets' not go there because it is racist and unbecoming?
     
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    US Gov Medical Experiment Radically Departs from Medical “Best Practices”
    Wednesday, 03/17/10 Alliance for Human Research Protection

    The US government is initiating several radical medical experiments that will ensure widespread, increased use of mostly toxic drugs whose adverse effects trigger chronic, debilitating illnesses.
    Below, the Washington Times reports that the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, under the directorship of Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, is about to launch a pharmaceutical experiment “on hundreds of mostly black homosexual men and heterosexual women in Washington.”

    US Gov Medical Experiment Radically Departs from Medical “Best Practices” Wake-up Call
     
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    But then no other country gave more aid to Latin America to the point where they are living almost as long as those big bad white people. Something funny is going on when American will sacrifice other Americans yet give billions in aid to foreigners.
     
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    The money we give Latin American is not spent on the people but goes to the corrupt government to lamely fight drug cartels.
    When they come here is when they eat themselves into an unhealthy slob.
    They don't bring disesase, we do when we go to other countries. Sars, bird flu, swine flu We brought here.
     
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    Dat's why Granny tells Uncle Ferd to stay away from dem drug usin' skanks...
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    CDC mulls hepatitis C testing for boomers
    Thursday, May 10, 2012 - So many baby boomers are infected with hepatitis C - and so few of them know it - that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention may recommend everyone born between 1945 and 1965 be screened for the disease.
     
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    UN needs to step up an' take responsibility...
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    UN 'should take blame for Haiti cholera' - US House members
    20 July 2012 : Haiti's cholera epidemic has claimed the lives of more than 7,000 people
     

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