This is basically the same virus commonly seen in the equatorial Americas and South America. The very odd emergence of this virus at this time – especially just prior to the new school year and now fueled by the congregation of children in schools – demands an explanation. The only plausible one is that this has been brought here from south of the – now non-existent – border.Now the questions become "How long does the major media just not report on it? And when they finally do, how will they twist this around to avoid mentioning lots of illegal alien kids and adults bringing this stuff in? Or blaming it on us for not being sufficiently (fill in the blank)?"
Although there will be a good deal of epidemiological work to be done before this can be scientifically associated, there is a deafening silence on the part of public health officials and the mainstream media in even speculating about this association. This is not simply a case of being politically selective about the news, it is downright dangerous and could be just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the emergence of diseases long absent from daily life in America now suddenly popping up “inexplicably.” By the way the article from the Journal that I cited [linked above] likely represents gross underreporting which is typical in South America.
Sunday, September 14, 2014
Yeah, about that 'mystery' of the nasty virus going around,
I'm not the only one who'd wondered about a connection. Now I read this: