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"I'm just trying to make a way out of no way, for my people" -Modejeska Monteith Simpkins

 

AFRICAN AMERICA IS AT WAR

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICA

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICANS

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

AMERICA'S RACISTS HAVE INFILTRATED AMERICAN POLICE FORCES TO WAGE A RACE WAR AGAINST BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

THE BLACK RACE IS AT WAR

FIRST WORLD WAR:  THE APPROXIMATELY 6,000 YEAR WORLD WAR ON AFRICA AND THE BLACK RACE

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I saw that nasty looking guy in the back of that truck.  I saw that nasty looking partition of something or another called a "hospital".  The way Africa's filmed in National Geographic and elsewhere, there doesn't seem to be a house or building anywhere on the damn continent.  Everyone's just living outdoors like the elephants and lions from magazine/TV depictions.  Those folks look like their wallowing around in feces and piss; no one's there to care one way or the other.

 

America amazes me.  She has been killing folks on a mass scale since I entered this planet, someone white gets sick on African soil, all Hell breaks loose.  Why weren't they this afraid when they sent those slave ships there?  They weren't worried about a damn thing then.  There's something wrong with Snowballs. Insanity is only one of the illnesses.  There are many more.

Bastards! The rulers are having so much fun profiting off crisis and using them to put African countries in so much debt the only way they can pay is to bend over and let the West rape them of their natural resources. I wish Africans would tell them get the fuck out we don't need your fukkin loans we will handle this.

Like I said before the oligarchs want to kill as many people as possible and obviously Africa is targeted for mass eradication of Africans. If they get enough failed states in Africa then all out chaos, war and disease will do it for them with the help of corrupt African leaders. 

 

This is why I admire Argentina that told the World Bank and Wall Street Fuck You we not paying you back on your terms we will pay you back when we are comfortable to do so and we are not handing over our natural resources and right now Argentina and Wall Street banks are fighting it out in the World Court that was set up with the US trade agreement with Argentina but the President of Argentina said, it does not matter how the court rules we will not pay until it is comfortable meanwhile kiss our ass. 

 

My daughter did abroad study in Argentina her Jr year we spent some time there and I have to say them people will not bend to the US they are proud and will stick together and work through their financial issues on their terms. 

 

Argentina do very little importing of goods they rely as much as they can on what they can grow and use their natural resources for themselves. So some things you won't find like, nuts, avocados and a number of food items and things they would have to import. They use natural gas for the majority of cars, some gasoline or diesel cars. But they have universal health care, assisted day care for kids, free pre-school and free university for all. They have a well educated population and proud people.

 

 

Implement ban on travel now: Opposing view

 

The U.S. should implement an immediate temporary travel ban preventing entry by citizens of the West African countries afflicted by the Ebola virus, as I said in July. Had we done that, we wouldn't have Ebola in the U.S. right now.

No blood test can detect Ebola in victims who are newly infected. Human carriers are asymptomatic for as long as three weeks.

 

When Ebola does start to show a symptom — high temperature — that symptom can be masked with ibuprofen. Thus there is no reliable way to detect Ebola risk through physical examination.

 

OUR VIEW: Misinformation mars Ebola travel ban debate

 

But there is another reliable manner to detect Ebola risk: looking at a visitor's passport. Ebola is ravaging three countries: Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. Because the virus is spread internationally only by human beings, blocking citizens of those countries effectively blocks the virus. And we already do a 100% check of passports, at every airport and border crossing into the U.S.

Every visitor from these countries who harbors the virus, knowingly or unknowingly, is a potential weapon of mass destruction. Each one has the potential to infect innumerable Americans.

 

Each one could cost us millions of dollars in medical care for the carrier, care for other victims, quarantine costs, decontamination costs and the cost of tracing and tracking all contacts. Each one raises the risk that Ebola will find an animal reservoir in the U.S., or mutate into something more infectious.

And why should we run such risks?

 

Let's put this in perspective. We already ban visitors from other countries unless they prove that they have been vaccinated against whooping cough — a far less deadly disease than Ebola. We don't just ban visitors with whooping cough; we ban visitors unless they prove that they cannot get whooping cough.

Suspending tourism from these three countries wouldn't prevent relief efforts. On the contrary, the more we spend here, the less we can spend there.

 

More than 25 other countries have instituted such travel restrictions. They are protected, while we are not. For now, we are like lab rats — except that all lab rats enjoy health coverage.

 

Rep. Alan Grayson, D-Fla., is a member of the House committees on Foreign Affairs and on Science, Space and Technology.

 

 

When the Ebola outbreak began to spread across West Africa this past summer, Congressman Grayson was the first elected official to call on the federal government to implement a temporary travel ban on tourists and other visitors from the stricken countries of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, by suspending visas issued to not-yet-admitted citizens of those countries until the virus has been brought under control. The purpose was to prevent travelers from those countries who had been infected with the virus, but were not yet showing symptoms, from entering the United States. Since then, a Liberian named Thomas Duncan traveled to the United States on a tourist visa, and brought Ebola with him. Because Duncan showed no symptoms at the time of entry, none of the current screening methods would have prevented Duncan from introducing Ebola to the United States -- but a suspension of his visa and denial of entry would have kept us safe, and also saved millions of dollars. In today's USA Today, on page 6A, Rep. Grayson explains why a temporary travel ban was - and still is - very much needed. Check it out here, and below. 

Implement Ban on Travel Now 

by Rep. Alan Grayson 

The U.S. should implement an immediate temporary travel ban preventing entry by citizens of the West African countries afflicted by the Ebola virus, as I said in July. Had we done that, we wouldn't have Ebola in the U.S. right now. 

No blood test can detect Ebola in victims who are newly infected. Human carriers are asymptomatic for as long as three weeks. 

When Ebola does start to show a symptom - high temperature - that symptom can be masked with ibuprofen. Thus there is no reliable way to detect Ebola risk through physical examination. 

But there is another reliable manner to detect Ebola risk: looking at a visitor's passport. Ebola is ravaging three countries: Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. Because the virus is spread internationally only by human beings, blocking citizens of those countries effectively blocks the virus. And we already do a 100% check of passports, at every airport and border crossing into the U.S. 

Every visitor from these countries who harbors the virus, knowingly or unknowingly, is a potential weapon of mass destruction. Each one has the potential to infect innumerable Americans. 

Each one could cost us millions of dollars in medical care for the carrier, care for other victims, quarantine costs, decontamination costs and the cost of tracing and tracking all contacts. Each one raises the risk that Ebola will find an animal reservoir in the U.S., or mutate into something more infectious. 

And why should we run such risks? 

Let's put this in perspective. We already ban visitors from other countries unless they prove that they have been vaccinated against whooping cough - a far less deadly disease than Ebola. We don't just ban visitors with whooping cough; we ban visitors unless they prove that they cannot get whooping cough. 

Suspending tourism from these three countries wouldn't prevent relief efforts. On the contrary, the more we spend here, the less we can spend there. 

More than 25 other countries have instituted such travel restrictions. They are protected, while we are not. For now, we are like lab rats - except that all lab rats enjoy health coverage. 

Rep. Alan Grayson, D-Fla., is a member of the House committees on Foreign Affairs and on Science, Space and Technology.



This is the kind of clear, logical thinking that our policymaking so desperately needs. Show your support for our Congressman with Guts today.
 

Sincerely, 

Team Grayson 

 

We Deny Visas for Whooping Cough, But Not Ebola?

When the Ebola outbreak began to spread across West Africa this past summer, Congressman Grayson was the first elected official to call on the federal government to implement a temporary travel ban on tourists and other visitors from the stricken countries of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, by suspending visas issued to not-yet-admitted citizens of those countries until the virus has been brought under control.

 

More than 25 other countries have instituted such travel restrictions. They are protected, while we are not. For now, we are like lab rats — except that all lab rats enjoy health coverage.

 

This is the kind of clear, logical thinking that our policymaking so desperately needs. Show your support for our Congressman with Guts today.

 

 

 

What is the fucking disease that's got the kids going to the hospital left and right and dropping like flies?  What causes that?  Why is a country so god damn rich going through so many health issues.  We need medals just trying to stay ALIVE in this joint.  You have money for these retarded freakazoid looking so-called politicians.  That damn Scott dude from Florida looks like some kind of Alien from Mars.  He be da Gov'nor??  Ouch!!!!!!  Commercials with some asshole or another stating "I approve this message"!  What damn message??

 

You hate the President.  Hurry up and whiten up this joint so folks can get some rest and peace, because not a damn thing's going to change.

 

White folks you're a major DISEASE to anyone that you have trouble seeing during the midnight hour.  That be us!!!!!! 

What is paralyzing Californian kids? Parents' fears as mysterious polio-like illness hits 25 kids with no hope of recovery

  • An unknown illness has affected up to 25 children in California
  • It has similar symptoms to polio, including limb paralysis and respiratory difficulties
  • Affected children have experienced paralysis in their arms or legs, which does not improve
  • Sofia Jarvis was the first known case in 2012
  • Now four years old, she retains a paralyzed left arm, breathing problems and leg weakness from the ordeal
  • The California Department of Public Health's neurological surveillance team is investigating
  • Two of the children were diagnosed with a virus that sometimes causes polio-like symptoms

A mysterious illness doctors are comparing to polio has struck down up to 25 children in California over the past year, leaving them with paralyzed limbs and a bad prognosis.

 

The children, aged between two and 16, all suffered paralysis of the arms or legs and some experienced respiratory difficulties.

 

'What's we're seeing now is bad. The best case scenario is complete loss of one limb, the worst is all four limbs, with respiratory insufficiency as well. It's like the old polio,' Keith Van Haren, a pediatric neurologist at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital in Palo Alto, California, told USA Today.

 

While the symptoms appear like polio, tests reveal that none of the children have the disease that plagued 20,000 Americans a year before a vaccine was created in 1955. Only three countries in the world still have polio: Afghanistan, Pakistan and Nigeria. 

 

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First known sufferer: Sofia Jarvis, four, contracted the illness as a two-year-old and still has a paralyzed left arm

 

One answer for the small outbreak could be a rare virus in the same family as polio. 

 

While studying five of the sick children to present at a medical conference, neurologists discovered that two of them tested positive forenterovirus 68, a rare virus that can cause polio-like symptoms.

WHAT IS POLIO?

Before the development of a vaccine in 1955, some 20,000 American children were infected with the illness every year. 

 

The virus mostly affected children under the age of three, which is why it was also called infantile paralysis. 

 

Polio is spread from person to person, mainly through ingesting contaminated food or water. 

 

Most who become infected with the virus are asymptomatic, meaning they don't even get sick. 

 

But one to five in 1000 cases can experience paralyzation. 

 

Most paralyzation cases are caused by spinal polio which leads to paralysis in the legs.

 

Unfortunately for those who caught spinal polio before the immunization, there was no cure and paralysis was permanent. 

 

Polio has since been eradicated in U.S. and most of the world. 

 

Only three countries have had polio uninterrupted: Afghanistan, Pakistan and Nigeria. 

 

Other countries have experienced outbreaks of polio after eradication. 

 

The recent turmoil in Syria has led to cases being reported there, as well as in Somalia and Kenya. 

 

In the U.S., children receive four doses of the inactive polio vaccine (IPV) to guard against the illness. 

 

The other three children either weren't tested or weren't tested soon enough to have yielded results. 

 

There are more than 100 types of enterovirus that infect 10 to 15 million people in the U.S. each year. 

 

While enterovirus can sometimes cause serious symptoms, most people who catch the virus don't get sick or only see mild symptoms. 

 

This specific brand of enterovirus was first discovered in California in 1962 when four children got sick with the respiratory illness.

 

Since 2000, the CDC has recorded just 47 cases. 

 

But enterovirus 68 doesn't account for all the cases. Pre-schooler Sofia Jarvis tested negative for the virus, and she was one of the first-known cases in the outbreak. 

 

In 2012, then two-year-old Sofia was admitted to hospital with breathing problems.

 

Her mother, Jessica Tomei, 37, told MailOnline that her daughter Sofia began wheezing and vomiting and was rushed to hospital.

 

She spent four days in hospital after being diagnosed with asthma and was discharged. Tomei knew something else was wrong.

 

The toddler had full use of her left arm when she left the hospital but 24 hours later at a follow-up appointment, Tomei noticed the girl wasn't moving her left arm.

 

She was taken for an MRI scan but neurologists couldn't work out what caused her paralysis. 

 

'I will never forget his face, when he came out to tell me the findings of the MRI,' Tomei says of the radiologist who read Sofia's MRI scan.

 

'He actually took her images to a pediatric neuroradiology conference to gather more opinions.' 

 
Mystery of polio-like illness paralyzing Californian children
 
 

 

 

 
Mysterious afflication: The polio-like illness has affected up to 25 children in California

Mysterious afflication: The polio-like illness has affected up to 25 children in California

 

Sofia has undergone intense physical and occupational therapy to restore function to her arm, but nothing helped.

 

She had surgery nerve transplant in April 2013 but Tomei says the family may have to wait a further two-and-a-half years before they know if it was effective. 

 

Right now, Sofia's arm is completely flaccid and her muscles are shriveled from lack of use. 

 

'Sofia was completely healthy one day and paralyzed the next week,' says Tomei.

 

She can't think of anything that could have caused her daughter's sudden serious illness, except a virus that went around her sons' school.

 

Now four, Sofia improved little after her illness and now has a paralyzed left arm, weakness in her left leg and some breathing problems. Otherwise, she is a happy, healthy pre-schooler, and Tomei is grateful the mystery illness wasn't worse. 

 

'We know we are lucky that the virus did not affect other areas of her spine as that may have caused paralysis of her legs or worse, all four limbs,' she says. 

 

'As we were leaving the doctor's office, I noticed that she went to grab something with her left arm and she stopped, midway,' Tomei told USA Today.

 

 

Van Haren and other California neurologists searched recent medical files and found that there were more cases.

 

 
Mid-century disease: Iron lungs in the Hynes Memorial Hospital in Boston during the Polio epidemic sweeping Massachusetts in 1955

Mid-century disease: Iron lungs in the Hynes Memorial Hospital in Boston during the Polio epidemic sweeping Massachusetts in 1955

 

The California Department of Public Health's neurological surveillance team began to investigate the mystery illness.

 

Dr Carol Glaser, leader of the team investigating the illnesses, called a doctor's request for polio testing for a young patient 'concerning' because polio has been eradicated in the U.S. and the child had not traveled overseas.

 

The symptoms sometimes occur after a mild respiratory illness. Glaser said a virus that is usually associated with respiratory illness but which has also been linked to polio-like illnesses was detected in two of the patients.

 

Van Haren will present five cases of the disease at the American Academy of Neurology's upcoming annual meeting in Philadelphia.

 

All five experienced paralysis of the limbs that became most severe within two days. None had recovered any limb function after six months.

 

'We don't have a final case count, but it's probably in the neighborhood of 25 cases, all in California,' Van Haren told USA Today.

 



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