Syrian “refugees” have been welcomed to the US by President Obama. Germany is struggling to deal with the many diseases carried by migrants from Syria. A report from a doctor serving in Germany is causing some in the West to fear as more countries open their borders to those seeking asylum. Citizens of the US and other western nations are right to be concerned. Germans who have worked hard their entire lives cannot get medical care at no cost, but refugees who have just arrived there from Syria are being given top treatment paid for by the taxes of German nationals. Here’s part of the doctor’s report from express.com out of the UK:
The female anaesthetist said the German health service has been completely overwhelmed by the influx of Muslim asylum-seekers who are REFUSING to be treated by female medics.
In a furious outburst the experienced doctor said hospitals simply cannot cope because so many of the migrants require treatments for diseases long since eradicated in Europe.
She also shockingly claimed migrant parents are abandoning their children at pharmacies across the country after being told that they have to pay a prescription charge for lifesaving drugs.
Government leaders seem to have contracted some sort of mental deficiency that has caused them to make poor decisions in regard to receiving so many Syrian refugees into their countries, especially when they are people who won’t learn a new language and who will not be employable. At the expense of hard working citizens, Western countries are offering protection and care to countless Muslim asylum-seekers.
There are other problems facing the nations that open their borders to these “refugees.” In Sweden, a report from the Gatestone Institute revealed that violent crime has increased by 300%, and the rate of rape among Swedish women has increased 1472%, often at the hands of multiple rapists.
As we Americans read these reports, we need to take action to protest our government welcoming so many into our country who will suck our medical infrastructure dry all the while bringing more health risks to the US population.