Friday, September 26, 2014

This is just a test: Outbreak of respiratory illness escalates among children - baffling scientists...

I bet it is just a test by the Government ...

An outbreak of respiratory illness first observed in the Midwest has spread to 38 states, sending children to hospitals and baffling scientists trying to understand its virulent resurgence. - Finish reading here.

Or what if ...


  1. I wonder if anyone is checking to see if there is a correlation between where they are sending all the illegal immigrant kids and the outbreaks. Think of all these children coming from countries where TB and other infectious diseases are rampant. They are coming into the schools -- how many have up-to-date vaccination records? It would be easy enough to track the kids and track the outbreaks and see if they correlate. Somehow I doubt if the Obama administration is interested in the answer to that question.

    1. Thanks to those who have parents convinced that vaccines cause autism, there are now thousands of American children who have never been immunized. I keep hearing this immigrant/outbreak theory espoused by folks with a decidedly political/hardly Christian agenda. I hope that description does not fit you. It doesn't seem to occur to people that if this latest respiratory illness did in fact originate in one of these countries that WHO would be rigorously involved, given that these are Third World nations lacking sophisticated medicine. But no such epidemic exists. Where is the concern for American children whose health has been jeopardized by their own parents? It's much easier to blame the lowliest members of society. I hope anyone who parrots this theory will stop and think.

  2. I'm wondering the same thing about Ebola. The elites have made it very clear that they want to get rid of "undesirables", as Margaret Sanger said when she founded Planned Parenthood, and as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg said, "Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of."

    Is it coincidence that abortion clinics are in the poorest of neighborhoods and/or easily accessible by mass transportation in so many cities, especially here in NYC where the abortion rate in the Black community is 60% (for every 5 black babies conceived, 3 are aborted). Abortion clinics advertise in Hispanic newspapers, but you never see those ads in mainstream media.

    We live in a very evil world that wants to destroy the poorest and most vulnerable among us.


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