Illegals Bring in Contagious Communicable Diseases!

Illegals Bring in Contagious Communicable Diseases!

Jason Curtman, with Leading Edge Radio Network (LERN), reports that this week they received information that personnel from Holloman Airforce Base outside of Alamogorodo, New Mexico had received order to prepare for a movement and houseing of illegal aliens, mostly children, infected with and carrying diseases. The information source in Washington D.C. of course denied any plans of houseing at Holloman Air Force Base.




World Health


Organization Extremely Concerned!

Only a few days ago (July 9th, 2014) it was reported that a 50-year-old Miami Dade, Florida woman was diagnosed with dengue fever. But, what makes this case unique and frightening is that she did not even leave the state. In most cases, people leave the country and get bit by a mosquito. When they return to the United States, they finally come down with the illness.

“Today, more proof that a once rare mosquito born illness is making a strong comeback.” Terrell Forney, News Reporter Local (This quote is from the below video news footage)

This illness, according to Florida Health, is an important mosquito-borne disease worldwide caused by four related dengue viruses (DEN-1, DEN-2, DEN-3, DEN-4) that are related to the viruses that cause West Nile infection and yellow fever.


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“Globally, there are an estimated 50 to 100 million cases per year, and some 2.5 billion people live in areas where there is a risk of dengue transmission. The virus is found primarily in sub-tropical climates and is thought to be present in approximately 100 countries worldwide. Dengue infection is acquired through the bite of certain species of mosquitoes, primarily Aedes aegypti, but also Aedes albopictus, both of which are present in Florida.” Florida Health

Interestingly enough, CNN and other sources report this disease as ‘one of the deadliest and fastest growing diseases globally’. However, Florida Health states that it is ‘rarely’ fatal. Are they just trying to keep people from panicking, or are they speaking truth?


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I took care of a patient years ago who was in his early twenties. He contracted West Nile Virus here in the USA. As a result, he was left handicapped and then later, died.

According to the Florida Health Department (see video above for their quotes) this mosquito is ‘all over’ Florida and they are so concerned, they are doing everything they can to prevent an epidemic.

Scientists are now testing a GM mosquito they have created in order to destroy the moquitos who carry this disease. I am conerned, even though it sounds good, for several reasons. Number one, they are creating large amounts of these mosquitos and then releasing them into the public. Because man is not perfect, what if this test backfires? Secondly, many of us are aware that genetically modified ‘anything’ is not good. It is an abomination for man to play God in such a way by altering what “He” has Himself created. Therefore, I can’t believe that anything ‘truly’ good could possibly come out of something that is genetically modified. (CLICK HERE to read about these mosquitos they are manufacturing and releasing.)

The Aedes Aegypti mosquito is just two to three millimeters long but its impact is devastating.


As I was reading the articles pertaining to these mosquitos and the painful disease they carry, I was reminded of the locusts whose sting during the tribulation make people so sick, and inflict so much pain that those afflicted beg to die but are unable to do so. Could this disease be one of the coming end time plagues spoken of in the Bible? Will it get out of control? Only time will tell.

Dengue (aka West Nile Virus) fever can be an extremely painful, debilitating disease. Symptoms appear 3-14 days after the bite of an infected mosquito and include sudden onset of fever, severe headache, eye pain, muscle and joint pain (giving the disease the nickname “breakbone fever”), and bleeding. Gastrointestinal symptoms like vomiting and diarrhea may also be present in some cases. Florida Health

Source: Lyn Leahz


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