Wednesday, May 11, 2016

White Guilt Brings Measles Back

More reasons to shut down immigration in the US:

The first reported case of a person with measles in the recent Memphis outbreak, which now numbers seven confirmed cases, was at a local mosque on April 15, according to the Shelby County Health Department.

“The first public place where there was a public exposure potentially [to measles] was theMasjid Al-Noor Mosque on April 15,” Dr. Alisa Haushalter, Director of the Shelby County Health Department, tells Breitbart News.

“The mosque is one location we know that individuals who were infectious were during their infectious period, but that’s not necessarily where the first case occurred. I don’t want you to draw conclusions without sufficient information,” she added.

Haushalter acknowledged, however, that the measles outbreak could have originated with an unvaccinated for measles adult or child brought to Tennessee under the federal refugee resettlement program, something she called “a possibility amongst many.”

So let’s get some things out of the way:

  1. Even if you have the measles vaccine, you can still contract measles.  This has happened in the past, very recently in fact, so saying that you are vaccinated against it doesn’t mean total immunity.
  2. This kind of thing endangers children because many babies don’t get the vaccines until a certain amount of time passes.  So, any child being placed in a daycare center could end up getting this disease from unvaccinated third-world caretakers.
  3. I do vaccinate my children against measles because the disease can cause blindness and it is untreatable, for the most part.

White guilt is literally bringing measles back into vogue.  We in the West didn’t use dead fetus tissue to create the vaccine for no reason after all.

It is high time we brought common sense, reason, and rational thinking back into our immigration policy and stopped arguing for more migrants in order to prove we aren’t racist to assholes who hate us.

I’ll let that last part sink in.