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Wednesday, June 12, 2019

They left their Ebola in San Francisco

It goes nicely with the sewage on the streets:
U.S. Cities Overwhelmed With Numbers of Illegal Migrants Arriving From Ebola-Stricken Countries
Some U.S. cities are becoming overwhelmed with the number of illegal African migrants arriving from Ebola-stricken countries, with Portland Maine complaining that they are beyond capacity.

Large groups of migrants are arriving from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which has been hit by one of the biggest ebola outbreaks in history, with 2,000 recorded cases in the last 10 months.

Border Patrol officials said that 500 people from African countries had been arrested by Border Patrol’s Del Rio Sector in Texas alone in the six days after May 30. Hundreds of the migrants are being sent to a city-owned shelter in San Francisco.
Congress should pass a federal law saying all immigrants, legal and illegal, must be divided between New York City, Washington DC, and San Francisco. Imagine how much their local economies will benefit!

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Blogger MichaelJMaier June 12, 2019 8:08 AM  

They left their hearts because it poured out of their anus along with their other organs.

Seriously. WHAT. THE. HELL.

Blogger tweell June 12, 2019 8:17 AM  

Trump's been stopped from sending these people back, so is doing what he said and putting them in 'sanctuary' cities.

Blogger binks webelf June 12, 2019 8:18 AM  

“U.S. Customs and Border Protection and public health officials monitor the health of people coming into the U.S. and there have been no encounters of Ebola along the southwest border," a spokesperson said.

"Further, CBP and the CDC have closely coordinated to develop policies, procedures, and protocols to identify travelers at all ports of entry who may potentially be infected with communicable diseases and to minimize the risk to the traveling public. These procedures have been utilized collaboratively by both agencies on a number of occasions with positive results.

CBP personnel review all travelers entering the United States for general overt signs of illnesses (visual observation, questioning, and notification to CDC as appropriate) at all U.S. ports of entry, including all federal inspection service areas at U.S. airports that service international flights, land-border crossings and seaports."

https://www.wusa9.com/article/news/local/verify/verify-congolese-immigrants-did-not-bring-ebola-to-the-us-via-the-southern-border/507-aa627f72-280e-4f08-9a3f-ad065bfaca14

Blogger JG June 12, 2019 8:18 AM  

Every illegal that gets released needs to be sent to a sanctuary city or state. After all, these places want open borders, and they should get them good and hard.

Blogger #7139 June 12, 2019 8:20 AM  

Imagine how much their local economies will benefit!

I wish it were true.

Blogger Ron June 12, 2019 8:24 AM  

The US needs to be placed on a suicide watch.

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 June 12, 2019 8:25 AM  

This sounds like advanced biological warfare to me.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan June 12, 2019 8:26 AM  

One degree removed from the usual weak tea of civic nationalism, now all the cucks have to do is pronounce them free of ebola and millions may pour in and enrich us. The jewish melt down continues without pause, and the "conservative" brakes upon liberalism have melted away to practically nothing. Not joking about the jewish meltdown, yesterday I saw a pic of fat land whale Amy Shumer walking about some green picturesque whitopia in her skanky looking underwear proudly proclaiming her dedication to the West and its Liberalism.

I myself would feed fat Shumer to these conglolese cannibals, but I suppose the conservatives want to save both for some stupid reason.

Blogger Ron June 12, 2019 8:27 AM  

Notice how quickly the numbers of Congolese is rising: 116, 350, 500...

Blogger Archella June 12, 2019 8:33 AM  

fuck this shit

Blogger Amy June 12, 2019 8:45 AM  

WTELF.

This is Open warfare with biological weapons. How is this not being seen?

Blogger Avalanche June 12, 2019 8:45 AM  

I'm still furious at Trump for suggesting he would begin sending the invaders to the sanctuary cities -- makes TOTAL sense! They raised an uproar and he backed down. So, yay, he showed them to be stupid evil liars and THEN resumed sending the problems to cities that are NOT sanctuary cities.... like the 120 Congonoese he dumped in San Antonio:

https://www.bizpacreview.com/2019/06/08/refugees-from-ebola-stricken-congo-dumped-off-in-san-antonio-by-the-hundreds-762960

... The Texas city was reportedly not informed by U.S. Border Patrol that the migrants, who began arriving on Tuesday, were coming...

"When we called Border Patrol to confirm, they said, 'yeah, another 200 to 300 from the Congo and Angola will be coming to San Antonio,'" she added.

The refugees, fleeing the Congo where an Ebola epidemic that began last year has now surpassed 2,000 cases, arrived in the Alamo city after reportedly traveling to the southern U.S. border with a group of about 350 migrants through Ecuador.
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...The Catholic Charities of San Antonio has reportedly been offering assistance but is now financially to meet the needs. The organization has spent thousands of dollars a week on bus tickets for the Spanish and French-speaking migrants to get to their final destinations.

"We're looking at roughly $14,000 a week on bus tickets alone," the group's spokesperson, Christina Higgs, told ...
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{commenter in the article:}
Are you worried about the possibility of them carrying Ebola which can go undetected for up to 3 weeks? Why not mention it in your reporting?

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In other cities:
https://factswanted.com/2019/05/24/far-from-border-us-cities-feel-effect-of-migrant-releases

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Las Cruces, 46 miles (74 kilometers) north of the border city of El Paso, is struggling to keep up. About 6,500 migrants have been dropped off by Border Patrol since April 12, in the city of 100,000 people.
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In San Diego, officials recently opened a shuttered downtown courthouse slated for demolition in a joint effort with a coalition of religious and nonprofit groups that has served more than 14,000 members of asylum-seeking families since October. San Diego County sued the Trump administration for a change in policy that it says forced the county to spend resources it wouldn't normally have to.

The Border Patrol has also been releasing daily about 65 migrants in the highly remote desert town of Blythe in California. Riverside County spokeswoman Brooke Federico says more than 1,800 asylum seekers have arrived to the town of 20,000 since late March.

About 250 migrants have been arriving each day in Deming, a city of 14,000 people. Half of them are spending a night or two at the fairgrounds, normally used for rodeos, and the rest go to an abandoned World War II airplane hangar.
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Blogger Ron June 12, 2019 8:53 AM  

Some thoughts and questions:

Has there been any Chinese presence near the Congo Ebola outbreak?

How are the Congolese getting to Mexico? Ship I'm assuming so under what flag and where else are the ships going?

350 or more are currently in San Antonio downtown. San Antonio has a nice international airport which flies plenty of people from downtown to all points.

If Ebola breaks out in Mexico first, will this spark a larger flood of people into the US?

If the outbreak starts here, will there be new Americans flooding back to Mexico?

At what point during an Ebola outbreak would the US/Mexican border be sealed? And by which country?

Blogger pyrrhus June 12, 2019 8:54 AM  

And not a single one of these "refugees", originally brought to Ecuador by "Jewish organizations", has been tested for Ebola or isolated for at least 21 days...

Blogger Joeplanet June 12, 2019 8:58 AM  

Ron, do try to keep up. They are flying commercial to northern parts of South America or Central America. There is no ship.

Blogger Damelon Brinn June 12, 2019 9:01 AM  

I haven't seen an immigrant in my area for months. I'm really starting to get mad that these cities are hoarding the economic and cultural benefits.

I remember when people with communicable diseases weren't allowed to enter the US. Then that was deemed bigoted because AIDS, during the Clinton administration I think. That's a good example of how this stuff works:

- the left wants to break something
- so the media creates a story about it
- regular Americans say "Are you freaking nuts?"
- the story dies out and attention moves on
- regular Americans assume it's over
- the bureaucrats go ahead and break it
- years later we look around and wonder what the hell

Blogger PJW Gent June 12, 2019 9:07 AM  

The concern over the exploding population of homeless in most major cities (especially in the summer) is real and they would easily become a fertile population for an epidemic to ignite. I am surprised some aspiring terrorist hasn't leverage that element already.

Blogger Harambe June 12, 2019 9:10 AM  

DRC cuisine is to die for

Blogger Brett baker June 12, 2019 9:11 AM  

Feature, not a bug. Fewer homeless s***ing everywhere.

Blogger Warunicorn June 12, 2019 9:14 AM  

This is going to be one of those situations where it's going to be too late since they refused to stop the situation from happening in the first place...like, oh, NOT LETTING THEM IN.

I wouldn't shed a tear if NPCs caught Ebola, but, as we all know, that's almost always never the case.

*sigh*

Blogger Harambe June 12, 2019 9:19 AM  

Warunicorn wrote:This is going to be one of those situations where it's going to be too late since they refused to stop the situation from happening in the first place...like, oh, NOT LETTING THEM IN.

I wouldn't shed a tear if NPCs caught Ebola, but, as we all know, that's almost always never the case.

*sigh*


It would give new meaning to the term JUNGLE FEVER

Blogger Gregory the Great June 12, 2019 9:24 AM  

And Grace Slick and Jefferson Starship played on: "We killed this city..."

Blogger freddie_mac June 12, 2019 9:35 AM  

@3 binks webelf
CBP personnel review all travelers entering the United States for general overt signs of illnesses (visual observation, questioning, and notification to CDC as appropriate)

CBP: Do you have ebola?
Congo: No
CBP: Okay, get on the bus over there

Yeah, I feel real secure, given that ebola has a 21-day incubation period and there's no longer a quarantine period.

Blogger kmbr June 12, 2019 9:35 AM  

Ebola is the last of our concerns with African "migrants".

Blogger Richard Rahl June 12, 2019 9:36 AM  

Portland, Maine??!! WTF? This seems to be a similar tactic of using blacks from the South to break up the cities of their Western European neighborhoods in cities like Philly, Chicago, MSP, Baltimore, Detroit, etc. In the 60s blacks from the South were the proxy warriors used by (((them))), now it seems to be any and all non-Western European migrants/invaders (Theory taken from EM Jones).

The typical CivNat argument, "Democrats are the ones that are ruining the cities" is already observably false with the likes of Maine, Idaho, New Hampshire, Vermont, etc. The strategic placement of these "migrants" to these overwhelmingly white cities is not an accident. (((They))) want no refuge for white people in the US. I agree with Vox, send them all to the already damned cities of likes of NYC & LA as that would speed up the inevitable collapse of those cities.

Blogger Richard Rahl June 12, 2019 9:40 AM  

Amy wrote:WTELF.

This is Open warfare with biological weapons. How is this not being seen?


I've said for a long time, "people are stupid" which is why I thought the NPC meme was so great. I'm fairly certain my IQ is nowhere near Vox's. I can only imagine how he feels

Blogger Dangeresque June 12, 2019 9:43 AM  

"The only issue I have is with the story wording. For example: A 'faggot of wood' seems to be a common phrase from that era."

What has to be psychologically wrong with people to think like this? You should be so LUCKY to have history preserved for you in this fashion that you can read something that old. Instead, upon opening a 100-year-old time capsule you have to promptly take a dump in it.

Blogger sammibandit June 12, 2019 9:43 AM  

Semi-OT There was a spat of attacks on babies and moms this week spread apart between Canada and UK by vibrants.

After the Danish election my dad, a Dane, warned my bro and hubs that men with reddish or blonde hair would be attacked by vibrants. Clearly, we all have to keep our wits about us and our heads on a level.

Blogger xevious2030 June 12, 2019 10:13 AM  

I understand it is easy to say things from an armchair, and so I say the rest with that in mind. Trump is not being stopped, he is not exercising the full power of the presidency, he is not prompting his constituents to stand up with whatever it takes. Federal judges have no authority in migration (up to the border), they are being allowed to overstep their constitutional powers. A political solution, with corrupt Mexico, is being pursued to repell physical invasion. And, invaders are not prevented from leaving sanctuary cities. Those cities resources get tapped, they're going to go to your lilly white safe areas with functioning welfare. 2m coming in a year, if they magically did not increase to 3m, 5m, means, after 13 years, 26m. You think the situation is difficult now, it only gets considerably worse. If push is coming to shove, demanding it of POTUS now, rather than later, has better demographics. People (aside from the big thinkers, the strategists and tacticians) do not need education, or understanding, they need rage, they need hot. Not hate, not anger, those simmer, stew. They need rage, because rage does not simmer, it participates in the real world. We don't need more ideas, endless discussion (the politicians), we need shit to get done, for the leaders to lead in the real world, to rally the troops, to draw a real red line in the sand to replace all the plethora of bull shit imagenary ones in people's heads, against the enemys, both foreign and domestic. This is not politics, it is war, it is invasion. There is no excuse for not stopping the invasion, we can not afford excuses. Again, this is armchair, and without specialized knowledge of the situation, but it is time for unacceptable to once again be more than the meaningless utterance of sounds.

Blogger JeighDi June 12, 2019 10:14 AM  

They've been talking about plague in Los Angeles, too. Maybe if there's an outbreak and several thousand die open border advocates will have second thoughts, but probably not.

Blogger BriarRabbit June 12, 2019 10:14 AM  

It is. Who is wielding the weapons? They see it.

Blogger Tars Tarkas June 12, 2019 10:21 AM  

Imagine how much their local economies will benefit!
Well, their GDP will certainly go up. The gov will have to spend a fortune on these people and the invaders will be spending at least some of their welfare money.

This is the worst Ebola breakout in history! History starting in 1976. No doubt this "historic" outbreak is being used to justify the invasion.

Blogger Lazarus June 12, 2019 10:26 AM  

Meanwhile, Dr Michael Ryan, the executive director of the WHO’s health emergencies program, told BBC News that the global spread of deadly diseases is becoming “a new normal” thanks to “large and highly mobile populations”.

Next time someone (binks webelf) tries to tell you immigrants don't bring disease, just quote the executive director of the World Health Organization's health emergencies program.

Blogger Joel Oafsteen June 12, 2019 10:32 AM  

"It would give new meaning to the term JUNGLE FEVER"

To contract Ebola would put you at the very top of the heap if you're a Virtue Signaler. Kind of like the Filipinos who have themselves nailed to crosses during Holy Week.

Blogger Musashi June 12, 2019 10:39 AM  

Baizuo.
Heads.
Pikes.

Blogger Tars Tarkas June 12, 2019 10:45 AM  

The CBO has been warning about the 2020s and 2030s since at least the 1980s. I recall the head of the CBO in the 0s retired so that he could travel the country warning Americans about what was coming when the Boomers begun retiring en masse. Everyone ignored both the CBO and the guy who retired.

The future has arrived and the problem can no longer be kicked down the road and so plan B is to import millions of new tax payers to support all of these childless boomers. There has never been a worse generation. They would rather destroy a nation than take a hair cut because of a problem that they caused by not having enough kids.

This is going to backfire and kill the system even faster.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother June 12, 2019 10:51 AM  

Oafsteen is right. I can see SJW's flooding into LA and SF on a bug chasing adventure so they can commit the ultimate and final act of bug chasing: Ebola.

They can submit to gang rape, struggle snuggles, and privilege checking, then self immolate among their swarthy betters in a meaty spray of hemorrhagic effluvia as their internal organs are liquefied, then ejected through their orifices, in a final orgasmic display and airborne spattering of virtue, right think, feels, and social justice.

Blogger Andy Evick June 12, 2019 10:55 AM  

Portland, Maine?? Oh no, say it ain't so; not that city too.
Northern New England is my favorite place on Earth and it is no longer immune to this madness. My old town of Burlington has transformed into Bizarro World.

Blogger xevious2030 June 12, 2019 11:04 AM  

BriarRabbit, you hit the nail on the head. I like tariffs, the remainder has nothing to do with that. This stupid BS about tariffs and Mexico. I mean, it is better than nothing, there is that. How hard is it to recognize Soros and son, providing the money and the influence, among other people? How hard is it to recognize his sort is using the corruption of Mexico. That, before Mexico lay corruption, in Mexico marches corruption, and after Mexico comes corruption! To borrow and mix a phrase. That to start and finish, you go after the puppet masters. To stop the bleeding, you have to take out the shrapnel that created the gaping wound and rips the insides.

Blogger OneWingedShark June 12, 2019 11:04 AM  

swiftfoxmark2 wrote:This sounds like advanced biological warfare to me.
No, it's very primitive… and passive.

Amy wrote:This is Open warfare with biological weapons. How is this not being seen?
It certainly is.
The main reason is because it's passive, not active. (e.g. they aren't launching biological-tipped warheads.)
And there are active primitive means which I guarantee you they would use if they could get away with it; example: contaminating a water-supply by 'accident' if they could pass it off as advanced incompetence.

pyrrhus wrote:And not a single one of these "refugees", originally brought to Ecuador by "Jewish organizations", has been tested for Ebola or isolated for at least 21 days...
Indeed; it certainly looks like a intentional, albeit 'passive' form of biological warfare being perpetrated upon the US… given what we know about the Liberty, I wonder if even active actions would be enough to rouse fury.

xevious2030 wrote:Trump is not being stopped, he is not exercising the full power of the presidency, he is not prompting his constituents to stand up with whatever it takes.
Indeed, it seems to me that he is quite averse to using any military power; also, the fact that he left his supporters out in the cold WRT the physical attacks (from around the election) doesn't sit well.

Federal judges have no authority in migration (up to the border), they are being allowed to overstep their constitutional powers. A political solution, with corrupt Mexico, is being pursued to repell physical invasion.
This is quite weird — on the Mexico/political-solution it's almost like shirking the responsibility onto someone else; on the federal judges, it's almost like he's afraid to strike back or "take them down a peg or two"… neither of which seems like "alpha behavior", but might be explained with the "master negotiator" tact.

People do not need education, or understanding, they need rage, they need hot. Not hate, not anger, those simmer, stew. They need rage, because rage does not simmer, it participates in the real world. […] we need shit to get done, for the leaders to lead in the real world, to rally the troops, to draw a real red line in the sand to replace all the plethora of bull shit imagenary ones in people's heads, against the enemys, both foreign and domestic. This is not politics, it is war, it is invasion. There is no excuse for not stopping the invasion, we can not afford excuses.
Perhaps it is precisely this rage that Trump wishes to prevent — I suspect that we have 3 to 4 times the official number of foreign invaders here [30 to 40m] — which is a significant portion of a 330m population [≈10-15%].

This isn't even venturing into the blackpill territory of ideas like "Trump is actually working against us", but the reality is quite simple: this whole situation is the result of "kicking the can down the road" by our leadership, and at this point bloodshed is essentially unavoidable… the question is who will lose more?

Blogger HouellebecqGurl June 12, 2019 11:20 AM  

In the past, Border Patrol has said they make contact with only about 1/3rd of border crossers.
I guess we have to hope the other 2/3rds of crossers haven't given Ebola-chan a free ride.
Or, should we? I've been longing for a plague here, for forever. A little Typhoid mixed w/a huge dollop of Bubonic,topped w/a generous dose of Ebola?
Sounds perfect.

Blogger cloom June 12, 2019 11:30 AM  

Stg58, Sodomy+ebola is our strength. Unfortunately Trump did continue Obama's sodomy-for-Africa push and now Trunews, Rick Wiles, a solid Trump supporter since before his election, started using rhetoric against Trump, just yesterday; shocking items, and pointing at truth and therefore effective rhetoric. Trunews was onto Trump's Israel-first and did counter the Darby/Scofield false Christian narratives, but Rick did not pull the plug on Trump until yesterday. I think he is burning his press invites to white house and foreign locations news events by this change.

www.breitbart.com/national-security/2019/06/11/win-for-trumps-foreign-policy-as-botswana-decriminalizes-gay-sex/

Blogger Longtime Lurker June 12, 2019 11:30 AM  

Ebola just might work . . . in tipping the balance of public opinion decisively against the Democratic Party.

Ebola Joe.

Ebola Nancy.

Ebola Elizabeth.

Ebola Chuck.

Ebola Democrats.

The possibilities are endless.

Blogger Silent Draco June 12, 2019 11:31 AM  

Richard Rahl, the Congolese need to be in Portland because Lewiston is overrun with Somalis. Can't have tribal conflicts in front of cameras.

He be good boy. He sneeze nuffin.

Blogger JG June 12, 2019 11:41 AM  

I understand California recently voted to allow illegals access to Medicaid to the tune of $213B. How can we possibly deny illegals access to medical care by keeping them out of California.

CALIFORNIA OR BUST!

Blogger Ron June 12, 2019 11:44 AM  

That's even more of a problem. Thanks for the info gamma.

Blogger Matrick June 12, 2019 11:55 AM  

I tell you what: the day somebody I care about is struck down by an imported disease (or, for that matter, falls victim to diversity in any shape or form) is the day that I select somebody whom I consider bears responsibility and punish them. Severely. And I'm not someone prone to empty Internet tough-talk.

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Blogger basementhomebrewer June 12, 2019 12:15 PM  

Perhaps it is precisely this rage that Trump wishes to prevent — I suspect that we have 3 to 4 times the official number of foreign invaders here [30 to 40m] — which is a significant portion of a 330m population [≈10-15%].

I suspect the number is much higher than that. 10 years ago the official number was 10 million and many had compelling arguments that the number was really around 30 million at that time. We know that there have been at least 2-3 million illegals entering the country per year since then. That would put the number closer to 50-60 million illegals in the country. If we count their anchor babies along with all the legal refugees we have paid to relocate here I wouldn't doubt foreign born/ equivalent is over even the 80 million in the article Vox posted a few months ago. I wouldn't be surprised if the number is closer to 120 million people in this country that don't speak English as their first language and feel absolutely no connection with even the paper Americans of the early 20th century let alone heritage Americans.

Blogger Avalanche June 12, 2019 1:06 PM  

@24 "Ebola is the last of our concerns with African "migrants"."

Actually, no it's not. If Ebola gets a foothold in the U.S> -- the Lord God help us -- cause the CDC and WHO CANNOT help us! Listened to a fellow last night pointing out that even going to the grocery store puts you in contact with possibly hundreds of people -- the ones touching the door handles, carts, and the check-out belts; and the ones stocking of shelves and recovering the carts from the parking lots... And, he suggested: ordering your food delivers from Amazon -- cause then FEWER people will touch it -- but I doubt that's 'fewer-enough.' He thinks the robots picking the stuff off shelves will be some slight help -- but it's not robots loading the trucks or handing off to UPS and/or the USPS.

And it takes WAY less than 21 days to get TO SAmerica from the Congo -- and up to and across our border -- and then by bus to San Antonio, or plane to ... everywhere else! And the U.S. has a whopping THREE facilities able to handle ebola cases in the entire country. And let's not leave out the transport of the first cases actually identified and SENT to any of these three! This should be front page news -- but Nutty/Nervous/Nasty Nancy is too busy stumbling over her words trying to destroy the Prez.

God help us, everyone.

Blogger xevious2030 June 12, 2019 1:14 PM  

13 Ron
Don’t know. Plane, as mentioned. They’ll probably stay, SA (remember, two former HUD Secretaries) (Blue city, but not blue enough)(Texas Center for Infectious Disease facility, Austin has the other one) is being targeted to fail/flip, new schools (single area) being reopened without enough students (currently) or money (currently) to make them functional (no one can figure out the advantage to reopening them, portions of buildings are collapsed due to abandonment, funding bonds shot down by representatives leading voters to reject), but good catch. No. No. None, the wall to wall would be on being humanitarian, sending aid, moving to various medical facilities, pictures of kids bleeding, families devastated, have a heart this is not a border issue but a people one, you know, the usual garbage.

In short, you don’t start an invasion, and then shut the borders over a crisis you intentionally created.

Blogger xevious2030 June 12, 2019 1:29 PM  

Yep, interesting times.

“Ebola virus is one of the deadlier pathogens studied in the Biosafety Level 4 Laboratory at Texas Biomed.”

“Promising Treatment for Ebola Virus to be Tested at Texas Biomed” (san Antonio, 2018)
https://www.txbiomed.org/news-press/news-releases/promising-treatment-ebola-virus-tested-texas-biomed/

Blogger DonReynolds June 12, 2019 1:35 PM  

Of the many good reasons for restricting and regulating the entry of foreign citizens into the USA, especially those intending to remain permanently, the most basic and primary must be TO SAFEGUARD the public health. Should that ever be discarded, then the immigration laws will have failed to serve the people of this country. Useless mouths, terrorists, criminals, and counter-culture savages, having no affection for this country or knowledge of it's values and history, pales to insignificance if the public health can be risked or sacrificed.

Now they have painted a bull's eye on the backs of every black Afrikan brought into the USA and when the excitement begins, they will all be gone by morning. Consequently, that same target will be shared with everyone who appears to be an Afrikan as well.

Americans are slow to react to threats, in fact, they may not react at all until they are convinced that a CREDIBLE threat actually exists, but a highly communicable, often fatal, disease would be taken by very many as a credible threat to hearth and home. An enemy military threat can be defeated and forced to retreat but foreign disease vectors must be completely eliminated to stop the threat...and that may mean the guilty along with the innocent.

Blogger ADS June 12, 2019 1:37 PM  

@24 @51
Avalanche is spot on. Ebola isn't the sniffles, it's one of the worst hemorrhagic fevers ever known. Something like a 90-95% fatality rate. The reason it hasn't plagued us before is it burns too hot and kills everybody it's infected until there's nobody left to kill, in the context of deep jungle africa where foot paths are the fastest form of transportation. By the time the victim shows symptoms they've been contagious for a week. If it comes to North America tens of millions are going to die directly of the disease. Then, as people stay home and self-quarantine the grid will collapse, the just-in-time delivery system will collapse, and hundreds of millions will starve to death in the dark. Even those of us who have moved out to super rural areas and have stockpiled supplies will be threatened and in mortal peril. If a local species becomes a reservoir for the virus like bush animals are in africa, ebola plagues will be repeated and persistent. It's the end of civilization wherever it spreads.

Blogger sammibandit June 12, 2019 1:40 PM  

>Listened to a fellow last night pointing out that even going to the grocery store puts you in contact with possibly hundreds of people -- the ones touching the door handles, carts, and the check-out belts; and the ones stocking of shelves and recovering the carts from the parking lots...

I preferentially shop at yuppie stores frequented by whites for this reason. Even though there's some vibrants I've gotten good at cursing in foreign languages they don't recognize.

Guys, always wash your hands when returning from the shops. Always wash your produce and meat. Use soap with produce and a brush. Don't be afraid to treat to treat these people like they're dirty. Part of social hygeine is treating dirty people like contagion. Be cordial, but cold and aloof. "Don't touch me, don't breathe on me", backing away does work. We aren't their friends.

Blogger OneWingedShark June 12, 2019 1:53 PM  

basementhomebrewer wrote:Perhaps it is precisely this rage that Trump wishes to prevent — I suspect that we have 3 to 4 times the official number of foreign invaders here [30 to 40m] — which is a significant portion of a 330m population [≈10-15%].

I suspect the number is much higher than that. 10 years ago the official number was 10 million and many had compelling arguments that the number was really around 30 million at that time. We know that there have been at least 2-3 million illegals entering the country per year since then. That would put the number closer to 50-60 million illegals in the country. If we count their anchor babies along with all the legal refugees we have paid to relocate here I wouldn't doubt foreign born/ equivalent is over even the 80 million in the article Vox posted a few months ago. I wouldn't be surprised if the number is closer to 120 million people in this country that don't speak English as their first language and feel absolutely no connection with even the paper Americans of the early 20th century let alone heritage Americans.

Yes, though I was trying to not be a black-piller; the general argument holds (even moreso) with the higher numbers: there's so many that aren't real people of the US, that their removal would be "devastating". (For some definition of 'devastating'.) — The economic collapse that would happen from disposing of 60m-80m, whether by bus or by bullet, would be enormous… and that's not mentioning any "social unrest".

Insofar as President Trump is concerned, if the real numbers are anywhere near that it's a no-win situation for him. 80/330 ≈ 24% — That's a damn invasion, by anyone's definition, and yet the truth of the matter is that for decades the US military and the people of the US have essentially been forbidden from protecting their own territory… to the point that bringing up "we should use A-10s and Paladin howitzers" as a response to border-incursions is met with "but you can't do that!"/"that's illegal!"/"those are war-crimes!"-style knee-jerk responses, even from military-members.

Blogger OneWingedShark June 12, 2019 2:13 PM  

Avalanche wrote:@24 "Ebola is the last of our concerns with African "migrants"."
Actually, no it's not. If Ebola gets a foothold in the U.S — the Lord God help us […] This should be front page news — but Nutty/Nervous/Nasty Nancy is too busy stumbling over her words trying to destroy the Prez.

And, ironically, if there is an Ebola outbreak, those same journalists who were whining about any sort of border-enforcement or detention will be whining and crying about the border being open.

Sadly, it probably will take something like Ebola to get the borders closed, and by that time it's too late… I'd say "closing the barn doors after the cows have gotten out", except it's more "I'm not locked in here with you, you're locked in here with me!"

ADS wrote:@24 @51
Avalanche is spot on. Ebola isn't the sniffles, it's one of the worst hemorrhagic fevers ever known. Something like a 90-95% fatality rate. The reason it hasn't plagued us before is it burns too hot and kills everybody it's infected until there's nobody left to kill, in the context of deep jungle africa where foot paths are the fastest form of transportation. By the time the victim shows symptoms they've been contagious for a week. If it comes to North America tens of millions are going to die directly of the disease. Then, as people stay home and self-quarantine the grid will collapse, the just-in-time delivery system will collapse, and hundreds of millions will starve to death in the dark. Even those of us who have moved out to super rural areas and have stockpiled supplies will be threatened and in mortal peril. If a local species becomes a reservoir for the virus like bush animals are in africa, ebola plagues will be repeated and persistent. It's the end of civilization wherever it spreads.

See my post (@40), this is biological warfare, albeit passive and low-tech.

Blogger Musashi June 12, 2019 2:17 PM  

It would be illuminating to compile a list of the top 100 politicians, academics, "journalists", influencers, entertainers, financiers, etc. most responsible for this intentional attack and destruction of the nation and it's legacy population.

For informational purposes only.....of course.

Blogger Ron June 12, 2019 2:40 PM  

There is news that Ebola has crossed into Uganda. A five year old boy is dead. His brother and grandmother are infected.

Blogger The Only Cigar in the Box June 12, 2019 3:22 PM  

Magic dirt cures Ebola. All the diversity professors and HR professionals say so.

Blogger Mark V June 12, 2019 3:41 PM  

Most Americans don't even know that these people are being imported into their country. The "elected" officials continue to betray their people, this is unforgivable.

Blogger pyrrhus June 12, 2019 3:51 PM  

>Avalanche is spot on. Ebola isn't the sniffles, it's one of the worst hemorrhagic fevers ever known. Something like a 90-95% fatality rate.

Worse yet, if you survive you will continue to harbor the Ebola virus, endangering others, and will never be free from the possibility of recurrence...

Blogger Ominous Cowherd June 12, 2019 3:55 PM  

Ron wrote:There is news that Ebola has crossed into Uganda. A five year old boy is dead. His brother and grandmother are infected.

Per Aesop, he died a day or so after he reached Uganda with his family. That means he had been contagious for a week or more, the family is infected and will soon die, and many of the people who traveled with him are infected and going to show symptoms in about three weeks.

It looks as if the vaccine they are pumping into the health care workers there is fairly effective, so the doubling time is a little more than we saw in the 2014 outbreak. Odds are that the many currently infected Ugandans have already dispersed and ring vaccination is already impossible.

Kasese, where the boy died in Uganda, is a moderate sized town, about as far as you can get from Kampala and still be on a ``highway,'' so we may have a little more time before Ebola-chan reaches an international airport - if it hasn't already.

Blogger Noah B. June 12, 2019 3:56 PM  

"Magic dirt cures Ebola. All the diversity professors and HR professionals say so."

Six feet of it does the trick.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd June 12, 2019 3:57 PM  

pyrrhus wrote:

Worse yet, if you survive you will continue to harbor the Ebola virus, endangering others, and will never be free from the possibility of recurrence...


Per Aesop, ``survivors'' remain potentially infectious and eventually go blind. If he's right, ``survivor'' just means dieing on the installment plan.

Blogger xevious2030 June 12, 2019 3:58 PM  

Magic dirt, priceless.

Blogger OneWingedShark June 12, 2019 4:05 PM  

The Only Cigar in the Box wrote:Magic dirt cures Ebola. All the diversity professors and HR professionals say so.
Really!? — I was told Ebola is merely a deficiency of magic dirt by the HR people at my university.

Blogger pyrrhus June 12, 2019 4:58 PM  

>Per Aesop, ``survivors'' remain potentially infectious and eventually go blind. If he's right, ``survivor'' just means dying on the installment plan.

Wonder how the Fake News Networks will spin that grim detail...

Blogger Don't Call Me Len June 12, 2019 5:06 PM  

Border Patrol officials said that 500 people from African countries had been arrested by Border Patrol’s Del Rio Sector in Texas

Just how do dollar-a-day dirt scratchers from one of the world's worst basketcases afford transatlantic flights?

Blogger DonReynolds June 12, 2019 5:18 PM  

Don't Call Me Len wrote:Border Patrol officials said that 500 people from African countries had been arrested by Border Patrol’s Del Rio Sector in Texas

Just how do dollar-a-day dirt scratchers from one of the world's worst basketcases afford transatlantic flights?


I have no idea what it is like to fly between South America and Afrika, but during my flights to Europe, I had to have a VISA, a passport, a return ticket, and proof of health insurance before I could board the aircraft. Are they traveling by ship? Clearly, it is not by commercial flights. Are the Russians or the Chinese providing air service to Cuba or Venezuela? Are private aircraft involved, belonging to the NGOs? Inquiring minds want to know.

Blogger Lazy Hero June 12, 2019 5:59 PM  

Dissolution cannot happen fast enough.

Blogger Avalanche June 12, 2019 6:12 PM  

@55 "It's the end of civilization wherever it spreads."

It's the end of medium- to high-civilization ON THE PLANET.

FIFY.

Blogger Kristophr June 12, 2019 7:18 PM  

God Emperor Trump wins again.

Want to be a Sanctuary? Here, have some ebola carriers.

People were complaining that Trump wasn't hitting the left hard enough. Now he is using biological warfare. The globalists can't have any effect if they are all dead from the new plague.

Maintaining quarantine may be a problem, but it may be doable.

Blogger Kristophr June 12, 2019 7:20 PM  

Avalanche: San Antonio IS a sanctuary city. The county it is in passed a sanctuary ordinance.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine June 12, 2019 7:23 PM  

"I have no idea what it is like to fly between South America and Afrika, but during my flights to Europe, I had to have a VISA, a passport, a return ticket, and proof of health insurance before I could board the aircraft. Are they traveling by ship? Clearly, it is not by commercial flights. Are the Russians or the Chinese providing air service to Cuba or Venezuela? Are private aircraft involved, belonging to the NGOs? Inquiring minds want to know."

This is exactly the question. All of this infestation is arriving by plane, and there's no way in hell that even an entire extended family over there could scrape together the money for a single one way ticket.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine June 12, 2019 7:25 PM  

"Avalanche: San Antonio IS a sanctuary city. The county it is in passed a sanctuary ordinance."

It covers multiple counties, so no.

Blogger Kristophr June 12, 2019 7:36 PM  

NGOs backed by rich globalists and tax money pay for those flights.

They had to stop using boats because leases dried up after they were seized and auctioned off.

Blogger Kristophr June 12, 2019 7:38 PM  

Travis county passed the Sanctuary measure, so Travis county gets illegals, Avalanche.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine June 12, 2019 7:44 PM  

"Travis county passed the Sanctuary measure, so Travis county gets illegals, Avalanche."

That would be Austin. No surprise.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother June 12, 2019 8:16 PM  

Bexar County covers San Antonio and its suburbs. Travis County covers Austin and some of its suburbs.

Blogger Edgar Abbey June 12, 2019 8:20 PM  

California's governor has declared that Medicaid will be expanded to cover all illegals. The rest of the country should send every single illegal alien to California.

Blogger English Tom June 12, 2019 10:07 PM  

@Don't Call Me Len

Your question answers itself. NONE of these muds could afford a transatlantic flight. This is all (((highly organised))) and Western taxpayers, us, are paying for it.

How (((they))) laugh at the stupid goyim.

Blogger Monotonous Languor June 12, 2019 11:21 PM  

Using logical reasoning, you'd think that even leftists would understand the horror of unchecked unlimited immivasion, and the associated risk of an outbreak like Ebola. But you'd be wrong. Understanding the nature of leftists permits some predictions. First, leftists will simply stonewall the entire discussion by gaslighting everyone: No danger here, everything's fine, under control, celebrate diversity, now move along. When a city like San Francisco sees increasingly more Ebola cases, especially among the homeless, leftists will attempt to gaslight their moral inferiors. When chaos finally erupts across California, to the point where there are checkpoints and quarantines, leftists will still not admit any culpability. That would be acknowledging reality, which leftists will never do because their secular religion doesn't allow it. The holy narrative must be worshiped at all costs.

So here's my prediction. Leftism will take advantage of an Ebola infestation to preach that worshiping the narratives of egalitarianism and multiculturalism is more important than the deaths caused by their implementation. Of course, they will insist that YOU and your family go to your deaths, as sacrifice on the altar of their holy fantasies. But they will further extend this position to assert that embracing death is the ultimate proof of the moral superiority of their beliefs. They'll double down on this self-righteous inversion of everything logical and good.

At that point it will be obvious to everyone that leftism is a death cult. At its core is a twisted self-loathing so deep that its adherents want to destroy everyone and everything which reminds them of their own imperfections, their inherent frailties, their genetic inferiorities. They're triggered at the least little reminder, they're always envious, always seeking revenge. The totalitarian urge for perfect equality is meant to drag everyone down to the same level of misery, so that everyone is equally inferior to the leftist. And if all else fails, if reality becomes too overwhelming to ignore, there is always death as the ultimate proof of moral superiority, a distorted revisionist theology of Christ's death on the cross.

Blogger Wazdakka June 13, 2019 12:23 AM  

The security agencies of North America and Europe must know whats going on. If not then they are utterly incompetent.
I believe that this project is being conducted with the agreement of the governmental authorities.
The movement of people from Africa has been going on for nearly ten years, and now it reaches America?
This is no coincidence. As many here have pointed out, this is a well financed operation.
I can only conclude that this is being coordinated at the highest levels of society. The likeliest reason (as stated above) is financial. The population needs to rise for financial growth. As Vox has recently pointed out this is a broken model. My concern is that those persons making these decisions are incompetent rather than malevolent, but I could be wrong.

Blogger Rabid Ratel June 13, 2019 2:03 AM  

Wazdakka wrote:My concern is that those persons making these decisions are incompetent rather than malevolent, but I could be wrong.

Embracethe healing power of and

Blogger Meng Greenleaf June 13, 2019 2:43 AM  

Dangeresque wrote:"The only issue I have is with the story wording. For example: A 'faggot of wood' seems to be a common phrase from that era."

What has to be psychologically wrong with people to think like this? You should be so LUCKY to have history preserved for you in this fashion that you can read something that old. Instead, upon opening a 100-year-old time capsule you have to promptly take a dump in it.
Wrong thread.
Did I 'take a dump on it'? Maybe.

But, for my purposes, I think the wording is problematic - particularly for Japanese, whom I'm reading the books with. A faggot of wood may make sense to an English speaker (well, probably not most people under 30), but it certainly doesn't to a 8 - 14 year old Japanese. They just get more confused and give up. So, I simply say bundle of wood.

Another example would be '...went into the wood'.... I've read this many times now. We now say 'went into the woods'. Adding an 's'. Making these sentences correct in the modern vernacular is hardly a literary blasphemy :)

Another issue is with really really really really really really long run-on sentences that are made by adding the word "so". So, ...., so ....., so......, so .... Maybe this was normal, or maybe it was their attempt to retain something like a direct translation (probably German). I've read most of Shakespeare (in University), it's an older English and I don't recall his writings running on like that?

Anyway, books are edited and I'm reading these for the stories and the morals of the stories and I'm doing what I can to edit them (which will make their translation into Japanese easier). I'm obviously not an editor - but I am for this set :)

I do agree a little with your sentiment. And I do enjoy reading them in the original English, but they'd just get confused. Also, I'm not editing out the morals or making the moral of the story some modern nonsense. I'm sticking to the original meaning. Which is fascinating - particularity around how cucky wimpy men their evil second wives (stepmothers) are concerned :D

Incidentally, I told the story of the Fox and the Grapes. I surmised (perhaps incorrectly - time for a book stream) the moral to be about lying to oneself. The Fox claims they're probably sour because he cannot reach them. But, actually, they're probably not. Well, two or three weeks later my daughter, who was a little confused by the short story, suddenly said: You know, my friend at school lies to herself about things all the time. Like the Fox. That's not good.

So, there you go. One edited story. One learned moral rolling around in her head for weeks. I was kind of shocked.

Blogger xevious2030 June 13, 2019 4:12 AM  

Malevolent and incompetent. The more full explanation is, they are evil and servants of evil, and they attempt to corrupt.

Blogger VD June 13, 2019 6:00 AM  

But, for my purposes, I think the wording is problematic - particularly for Japanese, whom I'm reading the books with. A faggot of wood may make sense to an English speaker (well, probably not most people under 30), but it certainly doesn't to a 8 - 14 year old Japanese. They just get more confused and give up. So, I simply say bundle of wood.

I cannot stress enough how little we care about your purposes. We are interested in preserving knowledge for the West. You are interested in dumbing it down and erasing the language for the Japanese.

Blogger VD June 13, 2019 6:00 AM  

My concern is that those persons making these decisions are incompetent rather than malevolent, but I could be wrong.

If they were just incompetent, they would occasionally make a decision that was pro-West. That never happens.

Blogger Gregory the Great June 13, 2019 6:01 AM  

Evil can be incompetent, but will always be malevolent.

Blogger Meng Greenleaf June 13, 2019 7:30 AM  

@89 I understand.

Dear Dangeresque,

Please accept my apologies. You made a valid point, whereas my reply was a snarky red herring. I don't want you to think I don't value these books, they are a treasure. While I feel attached to them and thought I'd pass them on to my children. Instead, after we've read them I will look for the right Christian school, one that services Western children in Japan.

These rare books should be cherished by generations of children as a birthright. In the hands of an actual English teacher they could easily last another 100 years.

Kind regards,
M

PS: I'm normally not that snarky, maybe a little jaded though.

Blogger kmbr June 13, 2019 9:38 AM  

**Most Americans don't even know that these people are being imported into their country. The "elected" officials continue to betray their people, this is unforgivable.**

Most Americans don't even know that 20% of the entire West Coast is living in tents sh&tting all over the streets.

I had 3 seperate conversations with co-workers last week who had ZERO idea this was happening. None.

Blogger sammibandit June 13, 2019 9:40 AM  

Meng Greenleaf, when students of Japanese read books in English translation they often get confused at many food-eating scenes. Do we edit those out and just say "normally the characters get along very well but here's an example of how they don't", or do we try to learn the style in-situ?

A faggot isn't a bundle of wood. It also has a hatchet in it, and is sometimes tied a certain way so it can be carried like a rucksack. Just like that is a faggot, a hot-pot isn't a simple soup shared for a meal. It's an institution requiring a lot of prep, often eaten a certain way in a certain order.

Disorganizing the organized, masticating for the audience is never good.

Blogger Annabel Lee June 13, 2019 11:08 AM  

Regarding the influx of diseases streaming over our non-existent border: https://raconteurreport.blogspot.com/2019/06/told-you-so.html. That's the Raconteur Report with an update from June 12 on the Ebola situation. It's spread from the Congo to Uganda, and who knows where else. The press is not touching this one, as far as I can tell.

Blogger Meng Greenleaf June 13, 2019 10:42 PM  

sammibandit wrote:Meng Greenleaf, when students of Japanese read books in English translation they often get confused at many food-eating scenes. Do we edit those out and just say "normally the characters get along very well but here's an example of how they don't", or do we try to learn the style in-situ?

A faggot isn't a bundle of wood. It also has a hatchet in it, and is sometimes tied a certain way so it can be carried like a rucksack. Just like that is a faggot, a hot-pot isn't a simple soup shared for a meal. It's an institution requiring a lot of prep, often eaten a certain way in a certain order.

Disorganizing the organized, masticating for the audience is never good.

You're making extremely good points and I do loath when Shakespeare is modernized (yuck). I wrote a snarky reply and should have been more careful with my working. No, I wouldn't advocate 'editing' the series, not at all or in the least.

I suppose by edit what I should have said. "Made some notes to myself beforehand" - that would be more accurate.

Hmmmm..... Let me look at what I did to The Fox and the Grapes. Hold on... s2o, I copy-pasted from Gutenberg, then added some notes to myself and then printed the page off with some MCQ I made up. Then tucked the page I printed into the actual book.
LOL
I know, crazy.

THE FOX AND THE GRAPES

ONE hot summer's day a Fox was strolling through an orchard till (until) he came to a bunch of grapes just ripening on a vine which had been trained (to grow) over a lofty branch. "Just the thing to quench my thirst," quoth he (he said). Drawing (Stepping) back a few paces, he took a run and a jump, and just missed the bunch. Turning around again with a One, Two, Three, he jumped up, but with no greater success. Again and again he tried after the tempting morsel, but at last, had to give it up, and walked away with his nose in the air, saying: "I am sure they are sour."

What do you think sammibandit? I'm just curious as to your thoughts. I had no intention of altering the stories, or 'modernizing' them per say - but that is exactly what I ended up doing, ironically or otherwise.

If you're busy, that's okay too.

Cheers,
M

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