“Infectious diseases are now spreading geographically much faster than at any time in history. Human immigration and unlimited transport cause it.”
World Health Organization
The current Swine flu spreading across Mexico provides Americans a glimpse of their future if mass immigration from third world countries continues into the United States.
It stems from cultural habits that cannot be changed once they migrate over U.S. borders. Third world people lack personal hygiene, collective health habits and educational understandings of how their personal actions promote disease transmission.
If you travel into the third world such as Mexico, Central and South America, you will notice that while visiting a bathroom you discover a box for used toilet paper in the corner and no soap or paper towels at the lavatory.
The sewage systems cannot handle toilet paper so it is a habit to throw it into the box provided which lures flies and cockroaches. Additionally, few third world people wash their hands after bathroom use. Today, in California, Florida and Illinois, and spreading to other states across the nation, recent arrivals are so accustomed to throwing their used toilet paper into boxes, they discard it into trashcans. Whether they work at the counter or chop tomatoes with unwashed hands, thousands carry head lice, leprosy, tuberculosis and hepatitis A, B, and C.