Although measles vaccination rates hit 90 per cent of children in 2017, up from 88 per cent the previous year, establishment health “experts” try pin the blame on activists against vaccination, yet none of them mention the millions of un-vaccinated migrants that have been invading Europe in recent years. This is further shown in that the frontline states in the migration path seem the hardest hit with instances in excess of 1,000 measles cases in Greece, Serbia, Italy and the migrant preferred destination, France.
“Experts” also underplay the fact that the Chagas Disease, which used to be well contained in Central and South America (infecting at least eight million people) has been imported into the US, infecting hundreds of thousands across 27 states, once again at a time when tens of millions pour across the borders over the years (See chart below). It is also becoming more common in Spain, Italy, France, Switzerland and the UK.
A statement from the American Heart Association (AHA), aimed at increasing global awareness among physicians, warns that US doctors need to learn to recognize and treat Chagas before a devastating outbreak occurs, as Chagas disease has spread to areas where it has not traditionally been seen.
Almost willfully ignoring the fact that migrants are not checked, Caryn Bern, professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at the University of California in San Francisco, said in the online statement. “Early detection of Chagas disease is critical, allowing prompt initiation of therapy when the evidence for cure is strong.” Maybe the infamous “Catch and Release” system is releasing more than just bleeding heart migrants?
Doctors at borders can detect the disease through a simple blood test and, if caught early, it can be treated by medication. The seriousness is underscored by the CDC warning: “If untreated, infection is lifelong and can be life-threatening.”
These health risks of Chagas disease are well-known in Latin America where most cases are found in countries that include migrant countries of origin like El Salvador, Bolivia, Paraguay, Mexico, Brazil and Argentina. However, doctors outside of Latin America, where migrants are flooding to in great numbers, are largely unaware of the infection and its connection to heart disease. Countries where infected individuals have been diagnosed include the United States with an estimated 300,000 cases, Spain with at least 42,000 cases, Italy, France, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
- Chagas disease is caused by a parasite, transmitted by a blood-sucking insect— Trypanosoma cruzi – and less frequently, from mother to fetus or by contaminated food or drink.
- About one third of infected individuals develop chronic heart disease.
- Though mostly found in Central and South America, Chagas disease has become more common worldwide, including an estimated 300,000 infected persons in the United States.
The Chagas disease is caused by a parasite transmitted by a blood-sucking insect called triatomine, known as the “kissing bug,” because it tends to bite people’s faces near their mouth and can cause strokes and heart failure. About 30 percent of infected people can develop life-threatening complications, including chronic heart disease.
The bug then spreads the parasite, known as Trypanosoma cruzi (T cruzi), by defecating near the bite, which the victims can then unwittingly move into the open wound, or their eyes or mouth.
The disease has been labelled a silent killer because 70 percent of people don’t develop any signs of infection. Symptoms can include fever, lethargy, aches, rashes and swollen glands.
One wonders what other killer epidemics are lying in our near future, and as we continue to destroy true diversity with multiculturalism, mankind will only become more and more susceptible to health risks putting us on a path spiraling down to possibly eventual extinction… welcome to your zombie apocalypse!