It said that measles and whooping cough are on the increase.
No doubt that’s absolutely nothing to do with the 5 million (latest best guess) odd ‘non British citizens’ that have come here over the last few years.
I mean, that would no doubt, be ‘racist’; wouldn’t it.
(See blog, NHS funding and why they’ll privatize It. 14/12/15)
No way, of course not.
Just because there are millions of people coming here from all over the world, let alone scuzzy Eastern European countries, where incidences of these diseases is much greater.
And just because without any health checks at the point of entry to Britain, doesn't mean a thing.
It’s obviously nothing to do with it.
No doubt to even consider, let alone say any of that, would also be ‘racist’ anyway.
Strange though that, as we had virtually eradicated Tuberculosis In this country, or at least to the point where routine vaccination at school was no longer deemed necessary, that too is becoming more prevalent again.
Again, no doubt the fact that T.B. is rife in the some of the poorer parts of the world and far more common in Eastern Europe, has nothing to do with it.
Coincidence, I'm sure.
And in any case, to suggest otherwise would of course, be 'racist'; obviously.
One can only wonder why then.
However, I’d like to see a graph of the correlation between immigration and the resurgence of infectious diseases between say, 1985 and 2015 though.
That could be a wonder.