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    Wary of Ebola, Dallas parents pull kids from school | Dallas |
    Gov. Rick Perry visits Dallas in response to the Ebola case and says the healthcare system is working as it should.

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    Census: African Immigrants Doubling Every Decade

    Africa-born people are currently in the news, in a bad way, given the spread of ebola to America in recent days.
    As it happens, this week the Census released a 10-page report about Africans in the US: The Foreign-Born Population From Africa: 2008-2012.
    It has numerous charts and tables like the map below, showing the location of national groups in the US. We now know about the 10,000 Liberians in north Texas because of the ebola flap, but there are many more of that nationality in Philadelphia.

    The education level of Africans residing in America shows a wide range of achievement. For example, 39.5 percent of Somalis have less than a high school education, which isn’t surprising given that many come through the State Department’s refugee program which values incompetence. On the other side, Egyptian and Nigerian immigrants have high numbers of college graduates, over 60 percent.

    The bad news is zero information about the Africans’ religion, and it makes a difference whether they are Christians who would more likely share American religious values or Muslims who might become loyal to jihad.
    Also, there is no mention of cultural practices, normal in the homeland, which are illegal in the United States, like polygamy and and female genital mutilation (FGM). Many Americans have forgotten that Utah was prevented from attaining statehood for 47 years because of its polygamy norm: only when Utah ended multi-wifing in its constitution was statehood allowed by the US Congress. Regarding cruelty to women, in Somalia, 98 percent of young girls have been subjected to barbaric FGM, according to the World Health Organization. Why would Americans want immigrants whose basic values run so counter to our own?
    Anyway, America needs Zero additional immigrants to do the work because of the accumulated effects of outsourcing and mass immigration plus the rapidly expanding use of robots and automation to make human workers less necessary (see Three Stakes in the Heart of the American Dream).
    Here’s the Census’ press release about its new report:
    African-Born Population in U.S. Roughly Doubled Every Decade Since 1970, Census Bureau Reports
    The foreign-born population from Africa has grown rapidly in the United States during the last 40 years, increasing from about 80,000 in 1970 to about 1.6 million in the period from 2008 to 2012, according to a U.S. Census Bureau brief released today. The population has roughly doubled each decade since 1970, with the largest increase happening from 2000 to 2008-2012.
    The Foreign-Born Population from Africa: 2008-2012, a brief based on American Community Survey statistics, shows that the African foreign-born population accounts for 4 percent of the total U.S. foreign-born population. No African country makes up the majority of these immigrants, but four countries — Nigeria, Ethiopia, Egypt and Ghana — make up 41 percent of the African-born total.
    “The brief — the Census Bureau’s first focusing on the African foreign-born population — highlights the size, growth, geographic distribution and educational attainment of this group,” said Christine Gambino of the Census Bureau’s Foreign-Born Population Branch, who is one of the brief’s authors. “We have found that the African-born population tends to be more educated and accounts for a relatively large proportion of the foreign-born population in some nontraditional immigrant gateway states such as Minnesota and the Dakotas.”
    The foreign-born population from Africa had a higher level of educational attainment than the overall foreign-born population: 41 percent of African-born had a bachelor’s degree or higher compared with 28 percent overall. Within the foreign-born population from Africa, educational attainment varied by place of birth. For example, 40 percent of the Somali-born population had less than a high school education, while 64 percent of Egyptian-born individuals had a bachelor’s degree or higher.
    This brief is one of several focusing on the foreign-born population from world regions of birth. Previous reports include The Foreign Born from Asia: 2011and The Foreign Born from Latin America and the Caribbean: 2010.” In addition, supplemental tables are now available for the African-born population by metropolitan statistical area. Below are highlights of the geographic distribution of the African-born population from the brief:
    Geographic Distribution

    • The four states with African-born populations over 100,000 were New York (164,000), California (155,000), Texas (134,000) and Maryland (120,000).
    • Of the 10 states with the largest African-born populations, Minnesota (19 percent), Maryland (15 percent), Virginia (9 percent), Georgia (8 percent) and Massachusetts (8 percent) had percentages of African-born in their foreign-born populations that were at least twice the national percentage of 4 percent.
    • Metropolitan areas with the largest African-born populations were New York (212,000), Washington (161,000), Atlanta (68,000), Los Angeles (68,000), Minneapolis-St. Paul (64,000), Dallas-Fort Worth (61,000) and Boston (60,000).
    • Among the 10 metro areas with the largest African-born populations, Nigerians were the most populous group and constituted a high proportion (20 percent or more) of the African-born in the Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston metros. Similarly, Ethiopians were a high proportion and the largest group in the Washington D.C. metro, Cabo Verdeans in Boston, Somalis in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Egyptians in Los Angeles and Liberians in Philadelphia.
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    The panic begins: Parents pulling children out of school in Dallas where Ebola 'patient zero' was just discovered

    Thursday, October 02, 2014
    by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
    Tags: patient zero, Ebola outbreak, schoolchildren

    (NaturalNews) The Dallas Star-Telegram is now reporting what might be the greatest fear of any parent with a child in public school:

    At a news conference at noon Wednesday, Dallas Independent School District Superintendent Mike Miles said students attending four different Dallas Independent School District schools possibly have been exposed to the Ebola virus.

    He said the district was informed the five students were in contact with the Ebola patient over the weekend. They have been in school since, but are now at home and likely will be kept there for 21 days.

    The Ebola patient, who has now been identified as Thomas Eric Duncan, reportedly interacted with several children. At least one of those children attends the L.L. Hotchkiss Elementary School at 6929 Town North Drive.

    The school has since sent a letter to all parents, saying:

    This morning, we were made aware that one of our students may have had contact with an individual who was recently diagnosed with the Ebola virus. This student is currently not showing any symptoms and is under close observation by the Dallas County Health and Human Services Department.

    What parents have already figured out, of course, is the sobering fact that this child has been in school for several days following exposure to the infected Ebola patient. Exposure does not automatically mean an infection took place, of course, but it clearly presents precisely that risk.

    The virus can replicate in a human host for up to three weeks before symptoms appear

    Ebola has an incubation period of 2 - 21 days, meaning a child or adult can carry the virus for up to three weeks without showing any symptoms. Government officials currently claim a person is not infectious until symptoms begin to show, but myself and many other investigative journalists have good reason to remain skeptical about the government's claim on this.

    The Ebola victim, Thomas Eric Duncan, visited the hospital for the first time on September 26, but was sent home with a prescription for antibiotics (which are useless against Ebola). The fact that he informed medical staff of his travel origination in Liberia did not seem to set off any red flags, for some reason. This was a critical mistake on the part of hospital staff who should have immediately isolated the patient.

    He was hospitalized again two days later, after exposing an unknown number of family members, paramedics and medical staff to Ebola.

    The CDC is frantically chasing down anyone who came into contact with the patient and keeping them under observation for 21 days. The list of those being monitored by the CDC has now grown to 80 people.

    Pulling children from school is only the beginning

    It is my belief that health officials will be able to contain this first outbreak. The bigger question, however, is whether they can contain a second outbreak, or a third, or a fourth and so on.

    How many people will carry Ebola into large U.S. cities over the next 12 months? If the spread of Ebola continues to rage across Africa, how can any nation protect itself from the spread unless it rejects all air passengers originating from affected nations?

    Even then, it wouldn't be difficult for Ebola victims to fly to Mexico, Central America or South American nations and cause the spread to begin there. Once Ebola is established in any nation that's connected by land to the United States, it is very difficult to imagine how it could be stopped while the current federal government demands an "open borders" policy of allowing unlimited illegal immigration into U.S. states like Texas and Arizona.

    Ebola might already be spreading through an elementary school in Dallas. But the more concerning scenario is what happens if it begins to spread through other workplaces such as office buildings, paramedics and hospitals. In Africa, hospitals quickly became Ebola infection hubs that caused more infections than they prevented. Doctors and other medical staff were among the very first victims, and those who were not infected or killed by Ebola have largely fled, leaving medical facilities virtually unmanned.

    How many isolation rooms are available in U.S. hospitals? Not nearly enough...

    There are possibly a few hundred thousand hospital beds across the United States (I'm estimating). On any given day, perhaps 75% of those beds are already occupied. There is little to no excess bandwidth for U.S. hospitals to take on large number of patients all at once.

    That is exactly why any pandemic outbreak in the USA will quickly overwhelm hospital capacities and lead to people being turned away and told to go home.

    This is what has happened in Sierra Leone, where 82% of Ebola victims are now being turned away by medical facilities. (That percentage will get even larger as the outbreak grows.)

    Parents of young schoolchildren in Dallas are doing exactly the right thing by removing their children from the risk of exposure in that school, but most parents have not seriously thought about how they might care for an infected family member if all the hospital beds are full. That scenario, sadly, is simply "unthinkable" for most young couples with children, and relatively few of them have seriously pursued preparedness activities for a runaway pandemic.

    That may be about to change, however. The arrival of Ebola in America has suddenly awakened many people to the reality of the pandemic now at our doorstep. The question of whether Ebola can spread in America is now answered: Yes, it can.

    Can Ebola be stopped once it spreads beyond a few thousand infections in a country? That question has not yet been answered.

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