Illegals getting on planes with US citizens – Contact Andy Biggs

June 4, 2019

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Diseases and illegal invasions – Is Vermin Infestation Making People Sick At Downtown LAPD Station?

June 2, 2019

An infestation of vermin at a building in Downtown Los Angeles is allegedly making people sick.

CBS2’KCAL9’s Sara Donchey reports that the people getting sick are work at one of LAPD’s stations.

LAPD’s Central Division is in the heart of Skid Row.  It appears the troubled areas problems are, in this case, stemming from inside the building.

The LAPD says an employee at that station contracted salmonella typhi, which typically comes from infected food or water.

A second employee is believed to have now contracted the same thing.

CBS2/KCAL9 has obtained an OSHA report citing the LAPD for an unclean work area. The report cited, among other things, “the presence of rats/rodents, fleas, roaches, flies gnats, mosquitoes and grasshoppers” at the LAPD Central Community Police Station.

This isn’t the first time rats have infested a city building.

Earlier this year, a city attorney contracted typhus at LA City Hall.

The LA Police Protective League issued a statement Wednesday evening. It read in part, “Officers worry enough about being shot or injured policing the streets of Los Angeles. They shouldn’t also have to worry about being infected with diseases they can take home to their families simply by showing up to work.”

The strong statement also called for the immediate clean-up of these buildings.

Is Vermin Infestation Making People Sick At Downtown LAPD Station?

Man films illegal aliens coming off airplanes (WORLD Atlantic) with some kids who are clearly not theirs and are carrying diseases

June 1, 2019




Alert to Diabetics – Killer gangrene

May 7, 2019


Type 2 diabetes sufferers warned about killer genital infection


Man grabs crotch


Type 2 diabetes sufferers are being urged to watch for a killer genital infection that rots your privates.

Experts are warning that one of the newer drugs being prescribed to treat the condition, which affects more than 2.7 million in the UK, could have a dangerous side-effect.

New research has found a link between SGLT2 inhibitors and Fournier gangrene – a flesh-eating bacteria that affects soft tissue in the genitals.

The potentially life-threatening infection is more common in men as it targets the scrotum or penis, where there are plenty of small crevices that trap bacteria.

It can also develop in the perineum – the area between the anus and vulva or scrotum – and around the anus, meaning women are also at risk.

SGLT2 inhibitors are used to help people with type 2 diabetes improve their glycemic control by preventing the kidney from reabsorbing glucose.

In the UK they are better known as Forxiga (Dapagliflozin), Invokana (Canagliflozin), and Jardiance (Empagliflozin).

While this increases the amount of glucose excreted in the urine, it can also lead to urinary tract infections.
Flesh-eating infection

Now, researchers from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) say they have also found the drugs are linked to Fournier gangrene.

In the study, experts reviewed reported cases of the infection in patients using SGLT2 inhibitors compared with those taking antiglycemic agents.

They found that since the drug received market approval in 2013, there had been 55 cases among diabetic patients.

By comparison, the team found just 19 cases in patients taking over antiglycemic agents over the last 35 years.

In a statement about the findings, published in Annals of Internal Medicine, the researchers said: “Awareness of the association between Fournier gangrene and SGLT2 inhibitor use may be an important factor in an informed prescriber-patient discussion regarding appropriate diabetes therapy.”

What is genital gangrene?

Fournier gangrene is a serious condition that rapidly kills soft tissues, including muscles, nerves and blood vessels.

Early symptoms will begin within 24 hours of being infected and often start with a general feeling of being unwell.

Sufferers may also notice pain or swelling in the genital area.

These symptoms will continue to worsen and the tissues may also start to develop a foul smell, as a result of dying or rotting tissue.

Rubbing the infected areas of skin will make a distinct sound, similar to popping or cracking due to the friction of gas and tissues moving against each other, according to Medical News Today.

Antibiotics are used to treat the infection and surgery is needed to remove tissue, such as all of part of the penis and testicles.

It’s estimated between 20 and 40 percent of people with the infection die due to complications, according to an article published in the journal Urologia Internationalis.

“While Fournier gangrene is already recognised, if rare, complication of all types of diabetes, this research adds weight to the evidence that there is a connection between SGLT2 inhibitors and the risk of developing an infection,” Dan Howarth, head of care at Diabetes UK, said.

“It must be stressed, however, that Fournier gangrene remains a very rare side effect of these drugs.

“SGLT2 inhibitors have been proven as a safe and effective treatment for type 2 diabetes, and anyone taking them should not unduly worry, or change or stop taking their medication without the advice of their healthcare team.”

“Fournier gangrene is a serious, potentially life-threatening infection, and one that requires urgent medical attention,” Howarth added.

“If anyone taking SGLT2 inhibitors notices any unusual symptoms – including a strange smell or swelling in the genitals, fever or unexpected pain – they should seek medical advice as soon as possible.

“For healthcare professionals, our advice when starting their patients with type 2 on these drugs is to be vigilant, ensure ongoing review of the treatment and, if Fournier gangrene is suspected, to take their patient off SGLT2 inhibitors, and begin treatment for the infection with all urgency.”


Disease alert!!! Plague in Russia- closes the Mongolia Border

May 4, 2019

Bubonic Plague Scare Closes Russia-Mongolia Border, Trapping Russian Tourists

Two deaths linked to bubonic plague in Mongolia have caused authorities to place its border with Russia under “indefinite quarantine,” leaving Russian tourists stranded, The Siberian Times reported Friday.

Experts say the direct descendants of the same bubonic plague that killed 50 million people in the 14th century still exist today, killing around 2,000 people a year. A region of western Mongolia on the border with Russia and Kazakhstan was quarantined on Wednesday after a husband and wife reportedly died after eating marmot meat there.

“Despite the fact that eating marmots is banned, Citizen T hunted marmot,” the head of Mongolia’s animal disease center was quoted as saying, referring to the 38-year-old victim and his 37-year-old pregnant wife.

Russian tourists were affected when Mongolian authorities closed a key border crossing on suspicion that it may have played a role in the outbreak, The Siberian Times reported.

At least nine tourists sought help from the Russian consulate, while a border officer in Russia’s frontier republic of Altai said the border closures were due to the extended May holidays in Russia.

Authorities placed nearly 160 people who came into direct or indirect contact with the two victims “under supervision,” The Siberian Times reported.

Photos showed emergency staff in protective gear boarding flights arriving in Mongolia’s capital to inspect passengers for signs of the disease. The domestic Hunnu Air carrier grounded all flights to the region between Thursday and Saturday due to the quarantine.

Reuters contributed reporting to this article.


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Migrants and Disease – EBOLA and TB coming to TX

April 15, 2019

Diseases and migrants are and have been causing the backward disease outbreaks that have been consuming us lately.


Congolese Migrants Monitored for Ebola Along Texas Border, Says Official

A CBP officer processes arriving bus passengers at Laredo Port of Entry.
File Photo: U.S. Customs and Border Protection


A public health official in Laredo, Texas, said 20 Congolese migrants were monitored for Ebola and other diseases in shelters in his city and across the Mexican border in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas. Shortly after his announcement during a Laredo City Council meeting, the World Health Organization (WHO) considered declaring a “global emergency” in response to a massive outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

“We have 8 Congolese right now in one of our shelters and a dozen in Nuevo Laredo,” Laredo Health Director Dr. Hector Gonzalez told the Laredo City Councilman George Altget during a council meeting on April 4. “For them, my concern was Ebola.” He said that due to the time element, the Congolese migrants were not developing symptoms of Ebola. “But, we’re on alert to check that,” he said.

report from the WHO states that, as of April 10, there have been more than 1,200 reported cases of Ebola in the Congo (1,140 confirmed, 66 probable). Those cases resulted in the deaths of 764 patients (698 confirmed, 66 probable). On Friday, The WHO decided the outbreak does not yet constitute a “Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC).”

Doctors Without Borders responded to the lack of action from the WHO.

“Whatever the official status of this outbreak is, it is clear that the outbreak is not under control and therefore we need a better collective effort, Gwenola Seroux, emergency manager for the organization said in a written statement. “What is most important now if we want to gain control of this epidemic is to change the way we are dealing with it.”

In Laredo, Dr. Gonzalez said migrants from other countries present other health risks as well. He said they are monitoring migrants for yellow fever and malaria. “We don’t commonly see these (diseases), but we could.”

Gonzalez said that 2,800 migrants have been released in Laredo at the bus station in the past two and a half months. He said the city government is working with charity organizations to provide health screenings. “We’ve had flu. We’ve had a couple of potential respiratory infections that could be communicable, but we ruled them out – [tuberculosis] and mumps.”

“TB is an ongoing issue in the state of Texas,’ the doctor explained. “Between Texas, California, and New York, we have 50 percent of the cases of TB and the border has the most. Brownsville has the biggest number of cases.”

“We always have surveillance for different issues that I’ve expressed,” the health director concluded.

Bob Price serves as associate editor and senior political news contributor for the Breitbart Border team. He is an original member of the Breitbart Texas team. Follow him on Twitter @BobPriceBBTX and Facebook.


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