Second Ebola Case In Dallas?

Spelunker wrote:

“Brad thinks about the world in terms of everything being a small community, whereas I think about the world in terms of all of us sharing this big ball. Since we are all sharing it, and none of us has any more right to live here than another, in my mind, your problems are my problems and vice-versa. We should be working together to solve all of our problems.”

Since we are all living on this big ball, and any foreigner who wants to come to the United States is now on the same level as any native, the problems of foreigners become our problems, too … like the Ebola virus!

“FRISCO (CSBDFW.COM) – First responders have transported a Dallas County Sheriff’s deputy to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital to be monitored as a possible second case of Ebola.

The patient, Michael Monnig, was transported from a Frisco Care Now facility where he was complaining of “stomach issues,” according to sources. …”

How many people dying from Ebola in Liberia and Sierra Leone do you think would come here if they could do so? What are the consequences to public health of open borders in practice? I guess we will find out soon enough.

Note: Ebola and “gay marriage” are the two latest wonders we can lay at the doorstep of the US federal government.

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  1. ** Ebola and “gay marriage” are the two latest wonders we can lay at the doorstep of the US federal government. **

    In the United States, the problem comes mainly from the federal government. In France too, the problem comes mainly from the central government, with lots of media help. In both countries, the underlying problem is that the government and the media have been hijacked by the Jews. It cannot be a coincidence that gay marriage is being imposed in all western countries at the same time. It’s like the race-replacement policy. It isn’t a popular policy at all. It’s part of the Jewish agenda.

    From what I understand, the expectation in France is that cases of the Ebola disease will probably occur within the next three weeks, but there won’t be any major outbreak because sanitary practices are better than in Africa. The risk could be lowered by reducing the air traffic, but it seems the government has no plan to do so.

  2. Just wait till Ebola reaches Mexico. It will go through that country, like a hot knife though butter. Then there will be millions of Ebola victims on the US border.

  3. I agree with Eric. When ebola hits the filthy Mexican street deaths will be very high. And I also concur that infected Mexicans will flood the border for free medical attention. They already know how to work the system, so it’s a given that they will cross the border infected.

  4. India is a filthy country with little in the way of public hygiene my bet is on it having the first large outbreak outside of area

  5. Check this out:

    “Then there is the question of whether Legacy Republicans even deserve the white vote. Their actions to date say no. At best, GOP pols are niceguy orbiters hanging around the hot chick Democrat nodding along to every inane thing she says, occasionally showing flashes of desperate masculinity, then getting shot down and trying to laugh it off with a feeble “just kidding”. At worst, they’re closet degenerates, traitors, and cheap labor whores.

    More likely is an American break-up. Secession is a better bet than hordes of single white ladies and pasty manlets scared at the last into voting Republican. I can envision a regional and city-state partition of America in my lifetime. The omens are too clear now, and too many omens are pointing toward and converging on the same dire outcome.

    The unmistakable impression of America is of an empire in rapid decline. As I believe we are entering the acceleration phase of decline, it’s useless to entertain ideas of reversal. The clock won’t be turned back because it can’t be turned back. Poolside, in these times, beckons.”

    I’ve seen a lot of the alt-right bloggers coming to the conclusion that secession is inevitable lately. Worse is Better!!

  6. Thomas Paine says:

    ‘I agree with Eric. When ebola hits the filthy Mexican street deaths will be very high. And I also concur that infected Mexicans will flood the border for free medical attention. They already know how to work the system, so it’s a given that they will cross the border infected.’

    Absolutely! A terrifying prospect indeed.

    We know the democrats want the borders opened as wide as possible. They will be of no help.

    But where are the republicans on this issue?

    They could flood the media with speakers and make incredibly huge inroads.

    I have called Paul Ryan’s office and several state representatives but they don’t give a damn about unconnected white middle class Whites.

  7. Since we are all sharing it, and none of us has any more right to live here than another, in my mind, your problems are my problems and vice-versa.

    Presumption presenting itself as good will. That is liberalism.

  8. Seeing Spelunker’s name made me wonder if she’s getting paid by the $PLC to troll pro-white dissident websites. Somehow I doubt it.

    Imagine working day in day out for free when the $PLC is sitting there on top of a huge pile of $250+ million Anti-Racism Dollars.

    That’s gotta annoy.

  9. Since we are all sharing it, and none of us has any more right to live here than another, in my mind, your problems are my problems and vice-versa.

    This could be disproved quite easily by moving a family of Africans into Spelunker’s house or apartment to live with him/her. The same goes for any liberal. “your problems are my problems.” Easier said than done!

    And actually, this is why I know we are going to win in the end. Non-rich Liberals are going to end up being forced to cope with Third World problems. This will be a real wake up call for them.

    I know some social services people. The ones who are on the ground, dealing with the dysfunctionals first hand, are very cynical about their clientele.

  10. “Since we are all sharing it, and none of us has any more right to live here than another, in my mind, your problems are my problems and vice-versa.”

    None of us…that’s the nasty little tell by Spelunker. It’s a negation of your rights to dissent or simply the right to pick up and leave.

    In my mind…indeed! This is the mind of a busy body totalitarian.

  11. I think you’re all making ‘a mountain of a molehill’ with this tropical jungle disease that spreads by contact with infected body fluids. It will run its course as an epidemic for a few years, then remain a smoldering threat in equatorial Africa like a similar disease in the Philippines with its reservoir of bats. But the normal hygiene and separation of rural Whites are sufficient protection for us — though the larger proportion of White (and mixed White) populations who ‘enjoy’ the rootless cosmopolitan urban lifestyle and constantly drive, jet and cruise all over the globe might risk becoming infected. Any unnatural over-concentration of the human species (with the always-concomitant increase of depravity), like over-concentrations of any animal or plant species, is always extremely attractive to mass culling agents. Finally, Mr. Reynauld, I cannot answer your challenges on the pedophilia thread since commenting seems to be closed there.

  12. Wrong link above. I don’t have time to search for the right one again. In any case, those who have an inherited gene mutation are unable to be infected with Ebola at any dose. However, this mutation is thought to be present in less than a quarter of one percent of the European population.

  13. Mosin, your comment that the “normal hygiene and separation of rural whites are sufficient protection for us” is ignorance on stilts. In the Middle Ages most of the population of Europe (and the world for that matter) was rural. That didn’t stop the Black Plague from killing millions of people, in spite of their “normal hygiene and separation”. What stopped or controlled future plagues is learning to identify the carriers of the disease (rats) and isolate the victims, (quarantine), not your country living.

  14. I wish I could be as optimistic as you, Mosin. Unfortunately, the incompetence of our nation’s hospitals coupled with their admitted lack of readiness and the unwillingness of this administration to do what needs to be done doesn’t serve to calm. The possibility of complicating mutations is always out there too, especially if it were to find its way to India or China, both of which have exponentially more contact with us.

  15. Mosin Nagant says:
    October 9, 2014 at 1:24 pm

    I think you’re all making ‘a mountain of a molehill’ with this tropical jungle disease that spreads by contact with infected body fluids. It will run its course …

    In a rational world, given the state of medical science, that should be so. But this is not a rational world, and America is not a rational country. Ol’ Remus at The Woodpile Report lays it out in “The Ebola Farce”. Pardon the long quote, but Remus does not maintain an archive, and the link is only good till Monday:

    Prediction. Our institutional defenses against epidemics assume 1950s-style civic support. Those days are gone. Even so, it’ll work for a while, not perfectly, but well enough. For a while. Ebola will go exponential when it gets into our Liberia-like art-link-symbol-tiny-grey-arrow-only-rev01.gif urban areas and separatist enclaves. Necessary but inconvenient countermeasures will be widely evaded, denounced as genocide in disguise. Those who demand drastic action in defense of the nation will be slandered as paleo-rednecks.

    From then on events will be decided by doddering civil rights agitators, the gullible morons who support them and the usual lunatic opportunists in DC. Naturally those who are actually stricken will demand priority on a “Poor, Minorities Hit Hardest” basis. The irony will go unnoticed. Worthwhile results will be either accidental or unavoidable. Ebola will burn its way through the populace all but unimpeded, and when the last victim collapses in a mushy pile of its own bloody excretions, victory will be declared. Heroes will be acclaimed and every faction in the country will have made new, enduring enemies. This is easy. It’s like predicting the past. But—details. We want details.

    Read it. The details are scary.

  16. ‘Mosin (…) is ignorance on stilts’:

    Stilts? I thought it was ‘pig’ ignorance, before. Read the history. The Plague did miss most of the forest outlaws and isolated mountaineers, some of whom became landowners, later, after the ranks of the ‘Noble’ were thinned and the Feudal caste system was fractured.

  17. I hope she inspires her fellow conservatives to speak out.

    Government Has Failed In Its Job To Protect Americans From Ebola


    Americans against amnesty are not only worried about unemployed Mexicans crossing our southern border illegally to take U.S. jobs.
    More than ever, we need the fence that Congress voted for and President George W. Bush made a television photo event when he signed it into law.
    Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., said that at least 10 ISIS thugs have crossed our southern border. Hunter added, if we caught 10, “you know there are going to be dozens more that did not get caught by the Border Patrol.”
    Rep. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., says the Islamic State, ISIS, is actively working with Mexican drug cartels to infiltrate and eventually attack Americans.
    ISIS has told us it wants to extend a caliphate over America, so why is anybody surprised that they are doing what they said they wanted to do?
    The problem of invasion across our border is no longer just a jobs problem. It’s a national security problem, a welfare problem, a public school problem and a dangerous disease problem.
    It’s not a problem of accepting a few lost teenagers who arrived unannounced and demanded admission.
    Ignoring The Threat
    It’s a problem of our public schools suddenly being invaded by thousands of young adults who have never been to any school, who are not familiar with basic hygiene, who can’t read or write, who don’t speak English or even familiar Spanish (but speak one of 21 different Spanish or Indian dialects) and who may carry new diseases such as EV-D68.
    It’s a problem of requiring our newly burdened health care establishment to deal with diseases that are not common in the U.S. During the summer we suffered an outbreak of EV-D68, a polio-like enterovirus.
    The outbreak is widespread in Central America, from which many of the illegal kids came.
    The CDC reports that at least 538 people, mostly children, in 43 states and the District of Columbia became ill with EV-D68. At least five U.S. children infected with EV-D68 died this fall.
    Obama has refused to bar entry to the U.S. by people from countries where Ebola is epidemic. The problem we face is not just one African who entered our country and then died from Ebola.
    It’s a national health problem that has made our health care personnel carriers of a fatal African disease endangering Americans who never went to Africa.
    Obama sent thousands of U.S. troops to Liberia, a country stricken with Ebola. He ignores the danger to our American troops and also to other Americans when these servicemen and women return home.
    The safety of the American people is less important to him than posing as a world citizen. (snip)

  18. African-born Africans becoming FULLY rooted in our soil: Given free land for farming, and special marketing assistance, by anti-White mis-government and by some of its ‘501-c’ tax exempt ‘churches’: Sure it’s ‘just urban farming’ to begin with, but it’s one more straw added to the programmes that assist ‘women, minorities and other socially disadvantaged groups’ to acquire land, learn to grow and sell their crops — working to destroy the remnants of the hated category of traditional, small, White family farmers that the tyranny thinks it no longer needs!


    DALLAS (AP) — They drew his blood, put tubes down his throat and wiped up his diarrhea. They analyzed his urine and wiped saliva from his lips, even after he had lost consciousness.

    About 70 staff members at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital were involved in the care of Thomas Eric Duncan after he was hospitalized, including a nurse now being treated for the same Ebola virus that killed the Liberian man who was visiting Dallas, according to medical records his family provided to The Associated Press.

    The size of the medical team reflects the hospital’s intense effort to save Duncan’s life, but it also suggests that many other people could have been exposed to the virus during Duncan’s time in an isolation unit.

    On Monday, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the infection of the nurse means the agency must broaden the pool of people getting close monitoring. Authorities have said they do not know how the nurse was infected, but they suspect some kind of breach in the hospital’s protocol. (snip)

  20. The doofuss is a negress.

    It would have been wise and prudent for her to … Meh, what’s the use?

    CDC: Ebola Patient Traveled By Air With “Low-Grade” Fever

    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The CDC has announced that the second healthcare worker diagnosed with Ebola — now identified as Amber Joy Vinson of Dallas — traveled by air Oct. 13, with a low-grade fever, a day before she showed up at the hospital reporting symptoms.
    The CDC is now reaching out to all passengers who flew on Frontier Airlines flight 1143 Cleveland to Dallas/Fort Worth. The flight landed at 8:16 p.m. CT.
    All 132 passengers on the flight are being asked to call 1 800-CDC INFO (1 800 232-4636). Public health professionals will begin interviewing passengers about the flight Wednesday afternoon.
    “Although she (Vinson) did not report any symptoms and she did not meet the fever threshold of 100.4, she did report at that time she took her temperature and found it to be 99.5,” said CDC Director Tom Frieden. Her temperature coupled with the fact that she had been exposed to the virus should have prevented her from getting on the plane, he said. “I don’t think that changes the level of risk of people around her. She did not vomit, she was not bleeding, so the level of risk of people around her would be extremely low.”

  21. You gotta be kidding me!

    Copied post from SF.

    Hospital Apologizes to Thomas Eric Duncan Fiancee for Ebola Death

    Excuse me? Shouldn’t these relatives apologize for bringing this diseased monkey into the country? Now two of the nurses who presumably, according to this politically correct line of thinking, caused his death are themselves dying from ebola.


  22. While we are worried about Obola , several nasty diseases are spreading like wild-fire!

    Brought to you by Obama, clueless liberals, toothless conservatards, open borders advocates, “we all be God’s chilluns” parrots, and the Slimesteins at the top of the food chain.

    Mystery virus enterovirus 68 paralyzes nine children in Colorado as doctors study respiratory disease spreading across the country
    Health officials are investigating nine cases of muscle weakness or paralysis in Colorado children and whether the culprit might be enterovirus 68
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that enterovirus 68 was found in four out of eight of the sick children paralyzed
    The status of the ninth case is unclear
    The nine children had fever and respiratory illness about two weeks before developing varying degrees of limb weakness
    Enterovirus 68 has been confirmed in 40 out of 50 states and may be the culprit for children’s polio like symptoms

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