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Germany, Migrants and Infectious Diseases By James Reed
There is a bit of counter-evidence for the migration faith:
A report by the German federal government’s Robert Koch Institute, which monitors diseases has stated that there has been an across-the-board rise in infectious diseases since 2015 when Germany undertook its essentially open borders refugee migration program.
Many professionals believe that this institution is still underrating the disease rates, with these diseases now being major problems in Germany:
and whooping cough.
The article concludes:
“The RKI statistics may be just the tip of the iceberg. The number of reported cases of tuberculosis, for example, was 5,915 in 2016, up from 4,488 cases in 2014, an increase of more than 30% during that period. Some doctors, however, believe that the actual number of cases of tuberculosis is far higher and have accused the RKI of downplaying the threat in an effort to avoid fueling anti-immigration sentiments.
In an interview with Focus, Carsten Boos, an orthopedic surgeon, warned that German authorities have lost track of hundreds of thousands of migrants who may be infected. He added that 40% of all tuberculosis pathogens are multidrug-resistant and therefore inherently dangerous to the general population:
“When asylum seekers come from countries with a high risk for tuberculosis infections, the RKI, as the highest German body for infection protection, should not downplay the danger. Is a federal institute using political correctness to conceal the unpleasant reality?
“The media reports that in 2015, the federal police registered about 1.1 million refugees. Around 700,000 to 800,000 applications for asylum were submitted and 300,000 refugees have disappeared. Have they been checked? Do they come from the high risk countries?
“One has the impression that in the RKI the left hand does not know what the right one is doing.”
Open borders immigration from the Third world, has the inevitable consequence of globalising disease spread. We come each day closer to a global disease pandemic. A more isolate world, one which existed a few decades back, was more protected from the rapid spread of disease. Today, if one place goes down, the entire world is threatened. It makes no biological sense, but this system is about profit maximisation, not sanity.