Coming to a Healthcare System Near You

Complete with the prohibitions from reporting.  The irrepressible Kevin Jackson at the Blacksphere has the story from the events of October and November:

Since last weekend, migrants going to the hospitals must be accompanied by police with K-9 units.  Many migrants have AIDS, syphilis, open TB and many exotic diseases that we, in Europe, do not know how to treat them.  If they receive a prescription in the pharmacy, they learn they have to pay cash.  This leads to unbelievable outbursts, especially when it is about drugs for the children.  They abandon the children with pharmacy staff with the words:  “So, cure them here yourselves!” So the police are not just guarding the clinics and hospitals, but also large pharmacies.

The joys of uncontrolled immigration of hundreds of thousands of muslim “refugees”.

In a hospital near the Rhine, migrants attacked the staff with knives  after they had handed over an 8-month-old on the brink of death, which they had dragged across half of Europe for three months. The child died in two days, despite having received top care at one of the best pediatric clinics in Germany. The physician had to undergo surgery and two nurses are laid up in the ICU. Nobody has been punished.  The local press is forbidden to write about it, so we know about it  through email.

Germany has one of the most modern and sophisticated health care systems in the world.  It is at least comparable to our own.

WHO, that wonderfully factual and apolitical entity, denies all of this, of course.   They mention that hospitals are “coping”.  Yes, I suppose K-9 units and armed Polizei at hospitals and pharmacies is “coping”.   I am sure WHO will also tell you that the cost of this Merkel-caused debacle is not enormous.  And that Germans will of course not go without care because hospitals and clinics are jam-packed with sullen, violent refugees with diseases like resistant tuberculosis and cholera, AIDS, and other untreated and rampant STDs.

But don’t worry.  Ours will be “vetted”.

 

 

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