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|The 20 Diseases 'refugees' Bring Into The West|
Added: 22.07.2017 20:43 | 52 views | 0 comments
U.S. and German citizens are put at
significant risk by the politically correct acceptance of unscreened
immigrants from countries with a high prevalence of infectious diseases,
many difficult or impossible to treat. Yet authorities in both
countries have failed to fully inform the public of the dangers.
According to the July 2017 Infectious Disease Epidemiology Annual Report
by the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin, Germany has seen a surge in
chicken pox, cholera, dengue fever, tuberculosis, leprosy, measles,
malaria, meningococcal diseases, hemorrhagic fevers, hepatitis,
HIV/AIDS, paratyphoid, rubella, shigellosis, syphilis, typhus,
toxoplasmosis, tularemia, trichinellosis, whooping cough, and many
fungal and parasitic infections. Here are a few striking examples:
Measles is up more than 450 percent. Hepatitis B is up 300 percent.
Scabies escalated nearly 3,000 percent. HIV/AIDS increased 30 percent.
Tuberculosis (TB) is at least 30 percent higher – but German and U.S.
physicians suspect that the incidence of TB is actually far higher than
reported, and is being downplayed to avoid causing public outrage over
the influx of immigrants. In Germany, more than 40 percent of TB cases
are multi-drug resistant TB (MDR-TB).Dengue fever is up over 25 percent
just from 2014.
A similar pattern has emerged in the U.S. since the massive increase in illegal border crossers and refugees beginning in 2010.
|Le Haut Perché / Studio Weave|
Added: 22.07.2017 6:00 | 4 views | 0 comments
About Refuges Périurbains:
The fringes of Bordeaux remain relatively unknown. As is common to this periphery in most cities, these areas are often overlooked, experienced from afar by car rather than as destinations in their own right. Bridging city and wilderness, peripheral urban sites also o er their own magic and potential. The Refuges Periurbains project encourages the exploration of Bordeaux’s fringe sites by creating a network of stay-over shelters on the edge of the city. Each shelter accommodates up to 9 people and is free to stay in.
|Syrian refugees rebuild their lives in Istanbul|
Added: 21.07.2017 9:45 | 6 views | 0 comments
Since the outbreak of Syria's war in 2011, Turkey has welcomed more than three million Syrian refugees.
|Off the tracks|
Added: 21.07.2017 0:12 | 5 views | 0 comments
A half-mile stretch of rail track in Philadelphia has become a refuge for hundreds of addicts, but the city is about to descend.
|World Briefs: Canberra to move refugees from PNG|
Added: 20.07.2017 22:00 | 2 views | 0 comments
July 21, 2017 5:00 AM
SYDNEY • Hundreds of refugees being held at a Papua New Guinea detention camp will be moved by October despite uncertainty over a resettlement deal with the US, Australia's Immigration Minister said yesterday.
|Unable to Stop Migrant Crisis, Europe Committing Suicide|
Added: 20.07.2017 13:25 | 7 views | 0 comments
On Sunday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she would not limit the number of refugees coming into the country. "On the issue of an upper limit, my position is clear," Merkel said. "I won’t accept one." Setting aside the electoral implications of Merkel’s statement, which defied her party’s long-term coalition partner just two months before federal elections, it perfectly captured the refusal of European leaders to face the migrant crisis head-on—a refusal that in turn epitomizes the slow suicide of European civilization.
|Supreme Court Delivers Compromise in Latest Ruling on Trump Travel Ban|
Added: 20.07.2017 3:56 | 5 views | 0 comments
The court said the administration couldn’t ban travel by people from six Muslim-majority countries who are extended family of U.S. residents, but that it could move ahead with a ban on a broad group of refugees.
|Supreme Court upholds refugee ban, but says grandparents can get visas|
Added: 20.07.2017 1:18 | 15 views | 0 comments
The Trump administration can more strictly enforce its travel ban on refugees, but the court left in place a weakened travel ban
|Supreme Court lets Trump administration reinstate travel ban restrictions on refugees but not on grandparents|
Added: 20.07.2017 0:45 | 14 views | 0 comments
Supreme Court justices said Wednesday that the Trump administration could temporarily reinstate restrictions on refugee resettlement, but that it could not limit the kinds of “close” family members exempt from a ban on visitors from six mostly Muslim countries.
Legal experts said the mixed directive...
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