Out Here Somewhere

Dublin, OH

#24 Jan 26, 2013
By the way, the UK expert quoted has stated a different opinion in other articles, so I'm not sure where he stands. All research coming out of NC is consistent.

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#25 Jan 27, 2013
Out Here Somewhere wrote:
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"Findings presented at the gathering in Philadelphia showed that 90% of 66 populations sampled from 21 US states were resistant to a group of insecticides, known as pyrethroids, commonly used to kill unwanted bugs and flies. One of the co-authors - evolutionary biologist Warren Booth, from North Caroline State University in Raleigh - explained that the genetic evidence he and his colleagues had collected showed that the bed-bugs infecting households in the US and Canada in the last decade were not domestic bed bugs, but imports."
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment...
From the same article:

However, UK-based pest management specialist Clive Boase questioned that hypothesis.

He said bed nets, to protect against mosquito-transmitted malaria and dengue, were only used in parts of Africa that were hot, where the tropical bed-bug (Cimex hemipterus) was found.

But, he added, it was not the tropical bed-bug that was the problem in the US and UK; instead it was their temperate cousin, Cimex lectularius.

Dr Boase explained that comprehensive records showed that infestations of bed-bugs in Europe were less pervasive in the 1970s and 80s, but they were still present.

By continually exposing these populations to insecticides, which came on the market in the late 1970s, these creatures likely developed resistance, he said.

"We don't have to invoke stories of disease control programmes in Africa; all the evidence here in the UK is that our problem is home-grown."

Dr Boase wondered that if the US had similar long-term records whether the researchers would have reached a different conclusion.

Evolutionary biologist Richard Naylor from the University of Sheffield agreed: "I am kind of surprised by [their interpretation].

"It doesn't seem that difficult to develop resistance or lose it; in lab cultures, if you stop exposing [bed-bugs] to pyrethroids it drops out of lab populations very quickly," he said.

Mr Naylor asked that if the US bed bugs had been exposed to the chemicals elsewhere in the past, "why would they still be resistant?"
Chief Wahoo

Columbus, OH

#26 Jan 27, 2013
Bedbug Mike Coleman wrote:
Mayor Mike Coleman is directly responsible for Columbus being in the top five for bedbugs. Thanks Somali Mayor Mike!!
Immigrants are not welcomed here! They always brought disease to America, I remember those filthy euro trash and their small pox... sigh

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#27 Jan 27, 2013
Pam wrote:
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Reader will never admit she is wrong on anything to do with Muslims, she even denies the well documented Norway Rapes and the rape of Lora Logan, which is undenieable.
Even is you had photos of bed bugs jumping out of Somali hair Reader would say it "could have been dandruff."
Go figure?
Ah, so now bedbugs are a Muslim problem as well?

I read the scholarly article. Interesting. But it doesn't say what folks want it to say. It points generally in the direction of bedbug populations being the result of international interactions. It is nonspecific with regard to particular countries, etc. And it talks very generally about increased international travel, rather than any immigrant populations, as being accountable.

Further supported by the fact tha that the populations are found in hotels, hospitals, etc, as well as single and multiple family dwellings.

Mostly people seem to be seeing what they want to see.
Out Here Somewhere

Dublin, OH

#28 Jan 27, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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From the same article:
However, UK-based pest management specialist Clive Boase questioned that hypothesis.
He said bed nets, to protect against mosquito-transmitted malaria and dengue, were only used in parts of Africa that were hot, where the tropical bed-bug (Cimex hemipterus) was found.
But, he added, it was not the tropical bed-bug that was the problem in the US and UK; instead it was their temperate cousin, Cimex lectularius.
Dr Boase explained that comprehensive records showed that infestations of bed-bugs in Europe were less pervasive in the 1970s and 80s, but they were still present.
By continually exposing these populations to insecticides, which came on the market in the late 1970s, these creatures likely developed resistance, he said.
"We don't have to invoke stories of disease control programmes in Africa; all the evidence here in the UK is that our problem is home-grown."
Dr Boase wondered that if the US had similar long-term records whether the researchers would have reached a different conclusion.
Evolutionary biologist Richard Naylor from the University of Sheffield agreed: "I am kind of surprised by [their interpretation].
"It doesn't seem that difficult to develop resistance or lose it; in lab cultures, if you stop exposing [bed-bugs] to pyrethroids it drops out of lab populations very quickly," he said.
Mr Naylor asked that if the US bed bugs had been exposed to the chemicals elsewhere in the past, "why would they still be resistant?"
And, as I stated above your post because I anticipated your rebuttal, Dr. Boase has given different opinions based on the particular article.

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#29 Jan 27, 2013
Out Here Somewhere wrote:
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And, as I stated above your post because I anticipated your rebuttal, Dr. Boase has given different opinions based on the particular article.
Look, the reality is that nobody is scientifically supporting what you want to believe.

Increased international travel as a generality is mentioned as a potential cause for current changes.

That means that trips to Club Med and the like could be just as culpable as immigration from any particular place. but, those just ain't the folks that you love to hate.
The Trogan Horse

Plain City, OH

#30 Jan 27, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Look, the reality is that nobody is scientifically supporting what you want to believe.
Increased international travel as a generality is mentioned as a potential cause for current changes.
That means that trips to Club Med and the like could be just as culpable as immigration from any particular place. but, those just ain't the folks that you love to hate.
Increased cases of E Coli and shigellosis, all from fecal contamination, as well as bed bugs points the finger sqaurely in the long thich nose of the farily recent Somali infestation. Not to mention all the sinks at the State Parks that had to be removed due to extreme fecal contamination, which I witnessed myself. These facts taken together point in the direction of our Third World Invaders.

Time to wake up to a cold, hard reality that the Refugee Program is very destructive to our nation.
Spookhere F trolls

Toledo, OH

#31 Jan 27, 2013
I have a solution. Where skinnys are holed up dig a trench around the place and fill the ditch with oil and diesel fuel. Burn down the structure after lighting the trench. As the skinnys run out shoot them with a pork fat lubed bullets.

This solves three problems. The skinny invasion, the bedbugs, and the nasty turd world buildings now that skinnys have bread and sh1t in them.

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#32 Jan 27, 2013
The Trogan Horse wrote:
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Increased cases of E Coli and shigellosis, all from fecal contamination, as well as bed bugs points the finger sqaurely in the long thich nose of the farily recent Somali infestation. Not to mention all the sinks at the State Parks that had to be removed due to extreme fecal contamination, which I witnessed myself. These facts taken together point in the direction of our Third World Invaders.
Time to wake up to a cold, hard reality that the Refugee Program is very destructive to our nation.
Can't help but notice that when the bed bug case fell apart you decided it was time to discuss shigellosis and e. coli.

You wanna try to substantiate these now?

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#33 Jan 27, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Can't help but notice that when the bed bug case fell apart you decided it was time to discuss shigellosis and e. coli.
You wanna try to substantiate these now?
http://forefugees.com/category/issues/neglect...

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#34 Jan 27, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
Apparently you didn't bother to read your articles--which had quite a bit to do with immigrants being victimized by slumlords and being placed into complexes infested with not only bedbugs but also cockroaches, rats and other vermin, and having multiple basic upkeep (heat, water, light) issues.

The only suggestion of a source was from donated mattresses.

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#35 Jan 27, 2013
Oh, and no mention of shigellosis or e. coli.

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Chardon Ohio.

#36 Jan 27, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Apparently you didn't bother to read your articles--which had quite a bit to do with immigrants being victimized by slumlords and being placed into complexes infested with not only bedbugs but also cockroaches, rats and other vermin, and having multiple basic upkeep (heat, water, light) issues.
The only suggestion of a source was from donated mattresses.
Hi sweetie!,how are you tonight?.

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Since: Jan 13

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#37 Jan 27, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
Oh, and no mention of shigellosis or e. coli.
http://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com...

http://www.naccho.org/topics/modelpractices/d...
Out Here Somewhere

Dublin, OH

#38 Jan 27, 2013
Interesting that foreign doctors approve medical clearance into the US.

"IRMH develops and implements the Technical Instructions used by overseas panel physicians who are responsible for conducting the medical examinations for U.S.-bound refugees. The Technical Instructions consist of medical screening guidelines, which outline in detail the scope of the medical examination. The purpose of the medical examination is to identify, for the Department of State and the US Citizenship and Immigration service, applicants with medical conditions of public health concern."

http://www.cdc.gov/immigrantrefugeehealth/abo...

Now, about those diseases:

http://www.cdc.gov/immigrantrefugeehealth/gui...

"Notes from the Field: Measles Among U.S.-Bound Refugees from Malaysia --- California, Maryland, North Carolina, and Wisconsin, August--September 2011"

http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm60...

Short report : Persistent and untreated tropical infectious diseases among sudanese refugees in the United States

http://cat.inist.fr/...
Out Here Somewhere

Dublin, OH

#39 Jan 27, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Apparently you didn't bother to read your articles--which had quite a bit to do with immigrants being victimized by slumlords and being placed into complexes infested with not only bedbugs but also cockroaches, rats and other vermin, and having multiple basic upkeep (heat, water, light) issues.
The only suggestion of a source was from donated mattresses.
So if I rent and get bedbugs and don't get rid of stuff like mattresses, I'm victimized?

http://www.newsnet5.com/dpp/money/consumer/tr...
Out Here Somewhere

Dublin, OH

#40 Jan 27, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Apparently you didn't bother to read your articles--which had quite a bit to do with immigrants being victimized by slumlords and being placed into complexes infested with not only bedbugs but also cockroaches, rats and other vermin, and having multiple basic upkeep (heat, water, light) issues.
The only suggestion of a source was from donated mattresses.
And frankly, I've known many immigrants or foreign students who laugh at the fact that we take hygiene and clean homes with a lack of bugs so seriously because they're used to living differently. However, if you would prefer to live in your own little world and consider that I "hate" because I don't want to eat food prepared by someone whose hygiene standards are different than mine, that's fine. I don't mind eating at home.

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#41 Jan 27, 2013
Out Here Somewhere wrote:
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So if I rent and get bedbugs and don't get rid of stuff like mattresses, I'm victimized?
http://www.newsnet5.com/dpp/money/consumer/tr...
With Reader, you are doing as much as talking at the wall.
The more Somalis and other Third Worlders brought into Ohio, the more left-wing the state becomes politically.

Illinois in the downstate, is much like Ohio, but in Chicago it is full of Third Worlders. Without Chicago, Illinois would be one of the reddest states in the country.

It is good to remind the lurkers about this problem, they might stop voting for Coleman and Beatty, and keep PO14 out of the Governorship.

Because you are not a member of a victim group, you are automatically a hateful oppressor because you are not in the multi-cult.
Fraud F K Ass Karl

Columbus, OH

#43 Jan 27, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
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With Reader, you are doing as much as talking at the wall.
The more Somalis and other Third Worlders brought into Ohio, the more left-wing the state becomes politically.
Illinois in the downstate, is much like Ohio, but in Chicago it is full of Third Worlders. Without Chicago, Illinois would be one of the reddest states in the country.
It is good to remind the lurkers about this problem, they might stop voting for Coleman and Beatty, and keep PO14 out of the Governorship.
Because you are not a member of a victim group, you are automatically a hateful oppressor because you are not in the multi-cult.
May a 28' Burmese Python crawl out of your cesspool and strangle you and your automatic weapons off this earth. Amen. Thank you God!
Spookhere F trolls

Toledo, OH

#44 Jan 27, 2013
Fraud F K Ass Karl wrote:
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May a 28' Burmese Python crawl out of your cesspool and strangle you and your automatic weapons off this earth. Amen. Thank you God!
may your fister in chief get necrotizing fasciitis on his face hands and a$$.

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