AIDS poses growing health threat for Hispanics
AIDS and HIV infection, which were almost unheard of in the pueblos and villages of southern Mexico five years ago, are rising at startling rates in women infected by migrant husbands upon their return from the United States, experts say.
The Centers for Disease Control reports that 20 percent of the U.S. AIDS cases are found in Hispanics even though they represent 14 percent of the county's overall population.
This statistic is attributed to the "culture" of Mexicans that is raved about and celebrated by every public agency in this state. I propose the diversity slogan: Mexican culture: It kills housewifes.
"It grows with silence and secrecy (and is) an emerging epidemic," Alberto Moreno, a migrant health coordinator with the Oregon Department of Human Services, told a roomful of immigrants from Mexico at the consulate offices in downtown Portland.
Alberto Moreno is our public servant who responded to my email requesting public help for my (imaginary) illegal alien friend. His boss was subsequently called to be on the Lars Larson show and he vowed that public health services would not be supplied to illegal aliens.
But I found this item on the DHS HIV reporting site:
Won't HIV-infected undocumented persons be afraid to seek health care services? There are no surveys or other data to help answer this. Public health services delivered by local health departments and OHS are delivered to everyone regardless of citizenship. As with all public health programs and all reportable diseases, OHS has no obligation or intent to work with the Immigration & Naturalization Service to share information about undocumented persons.
So which is it? Does the state of Oregon use tax dollars, in violation of the law, to help illegal aliens with their self-inflicted health problems or not? Can't we just tell the illegal aliens to stop having sex with underage girls while they are away from their wives in Mexico?