Monday, 3 August 2009

More joys of diversity


Sky News brings us tidings that will gladden the hearts of all Frenchmen, and set them off once more extolling the joys of diversity. Really. The French just looooove all those Africans and Muslims in their midst.


The report says, inter alia:

"Doctors in Paris found a 62-year-old female patient was suffering from a form of the virus that had not been seen before. It was different from the three previous known HIV strains - which are all related to the simian virus that occurs in chimpanzees.

The woman tested positive for HIV in 2004, shortly after moving to Paris from her native Cameroon. She had lived near Yaounde, the country's capital, and said she had no contact with apes or bush meat, a name often given to meat from wild animals in tropical countries.

The most likely explanation for the new find is gorilla-to-human transmission, researchers found."

This is a polite way of saying that she, or one of her numerous partners, either had sexual congress with a gorilla or else consumed gorilla meat.

"The doctors wrote that the finding "highlights the continuing need to watch closely for the emergence for new HIV variants, particularly in western central Africa".

Wouldn’t it make a lot more sense not to allow any West Africans into our countries unless they’ve been cleared of AIDS, TB and some other of their exotic contributions? In fact, wouldn’t it make even more sense if we didn’t allow them in at all except in special circumstances, such as the earth spinning off its axis?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great. Let's hope it wipes out half of the dark (in)continent. Every cloud has a silver lining!

Anonymous said...

This is good news. It only reinforces amongst Europeans the nature of Africans

kulak said...

In fact, wouldn’t it make even more sense if we didn’t allow them in at all except in special circumstances, such as the earth spinning off its axis?

Except that would mean one less publication for the good doctor.

You see a danger to to your countrymen, he sees a rich reservoir of raw material for government grants, all without ever stepping foot outside of France.

Since he's not calling for immediate deportation, he's The Other Doctor Without Borders, i.e. a money-grubbing rat in fake humanitarian garb.

(Remember: Don't blame the animal.)

Anonymous said...

kulak - yes, these lab specimens are of great interest to these doctors and, as you say, open up a whole stream of opportunity. Also of course those doctors won't have to face them in other circumstances, as they retreat into their gated communities in the suburbs.

Captain B.

teacher.paris said...

Savant, you are such a spoilsport.

kerdasi amaq said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isUSnmOGg08

How to destroy a nation with tolerance and diversity. or something like that.