See Pres. Emmanuel Macron: “EurAfrica is our future”. 200 Mio. African immigrants over the next 30 years
That our Masonic politicians are striving for a Coudenhove Kalergi ethnic cleansing through planned mass immigration is obvious. It is also obvious that these migrants bring tropical diseases to Europe as well as incurable tuberculosis, e.g.
Left: From the Masonic Georgia Guidestones
The following scientific data are probably well-known to “our” politicians. Maybe they even want us to be infected so as to accelerate thei ethnic cleansing to low IQ people so much easie to govern top down than Europeans. Maybe that´s why Merkel said about the migrants “The Lord God has put this task (the migrants) on the table before us” (Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten 4 Oct. 2015) and the Antichristian Pope repeated it!- Supermason Merkel´s god being Lucifer and here and here/aka Baal/ aka Nimrod and here.
Diagnoses of Subsaharan and Latin American migrants to the USA, resp. Diagnoses of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), chronic hepatitis B and C virus infection, and latent tuberculosis were significantly more frequent in sub-Saharan Africans (2.3% versus 0.3%; 14% versus 1.6%; 1.3 versus 0%; 71% versus 32.1%).
Malaria and schistosomiasis prevalence in sub-Saharan Africans was 4.6% and 5.9%, respectively, and prevalence of Chagas disease in Latin Americans was 48.5%
(The American Journal of Medicine and Hygiene 1 April 2015).
Left: Schistosomiasis with clamping of the inferior vena cava in the abdomen (probably liver), so that the blood can not flow back into the heart.
Examination of Subsaharan Migrants in Spain: At least one pathogenic infectious disease was diagnosed in 72.8% patients: 60.6% latent tuberculosis infection, 36.8% intestinal parasites (intestinal protozoa or helminths), 28.1% helminths, 14.8% hepatitis B surface antigen positive, 1.2% anti-hepatitis C virus positive, 1.2% human immunodeficiency virus–positive, and 1.2% malaria.
We found a high prevalence of infectious diseases in sub-Saharan immigrants, which could lead to severe health problems (in the absence of prompt treatment), representing a high cost to the public health system and possible transmission in the host country.
(The American Journal of Medicine and Hygiene 6 April 2016).
The Guinea worm occurs in Subsahara – and is also exported with migrants. Very painful
The incidence of Hepatitis B, for example, has increased by 300% during the last three years, according to the RKI. The number of reported cases in Germany was 3,006 in 2016, up from 755 cases in 2014. Most of the cases are said to involve unvaccinated migrants from Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.
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. (Gatestone Institute 14 July 2017).
Mating of Schistosomas take place inside the human body: A thin female schistosoma nestles in the body groove of a sturdy male schistosoma.
From polluted water, the parasites go through the skin and are spread via the blood stream, in particular to the liver – and destroy the organs with millions of larvae.
The Independent 10 July 2018: Around 25-30 per cent of humans are currently infected with at least one parasitic worm species.
The suffering of infected persons is indescribable
The diseases they cause can be devastating. Worm infections can lead to diverse and chronic conditions such as scarring of the eyes and blindness, swelling of extremities and immobility, blockage of digestion and malnutrition, anaemia and tiredness. They can also increase an individual’s risk of developing cancer and Aids.
in this age of global travel and changing climate, parasitic worms are slowly but surely moving into parts of Europe and North America.
Schistosomiasis – which is caused by infection with blood dwelling schistosome flatworms – currently affects hundreds of millions of people every year, often leading to the deaths of thousands to hundreds of thousands of victims. Its impact is so great that some have claimed it is second only to malaria on the scale of devastating parasitic diseases.
Approximately 85 per cent of all human schistosomasis currently occurs in sub-Saharan Africa, butoutbreaks have recently been reported on the Mediterranean island of Corsica.
Loa Loa filariasis worms are also being imported: Here is such a worm in an eye. I have seen such a case. It is easy to remove after atropinisation.
People become infected with the parasites when they come into contact with certain types of freshwater snail that produce human-infective stage schistosomes. These parasitic worms rapidly penetrate the skin and develop into adult male and female schistosomes within the blood vessels surrounding the intestines or bladder of infected individuals.
Hundreds to thousands of eggs are produced daily by each female worm. And, once they become trapped in human organs, these eggs induce chronic complications including inflammation, tissue scarring, fluid imbalances, anaemia and, eventually, death. A proportion of eggs that migrate into the intestines or bladder will be released into the environment when an infected individual defecates or urinates. If these eggs reach fresh water, they can hatch and release snail-infective schistosome stages, which effectively completes the life cycle.
As there is as yet no vaccine to prevent schistosomiasis, the condition is treated with the drug praziquantel.
Praziquantel was developed in the 1970s and displays excellent properties as the frontline anti-schistosomal drug. It is safe to use, relatively inexpensive.
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