24 October 2012

Germans Give the Gift of Malaria

Because of austerity and EU mandated depression, malaria is making a comeback in Greece:
Global health bodies have issued warnings to travellers to the worst hit region in the south of the country, with fears that Athens could soon be affected.

Austerity budgets have resulted in drastic cutbacks in municipal spraying schemes to combat mosquito borne diseases.

In what is believed to be a first for Western Europe, Greece has experienced the first domestic cases of malaria since 1974.

Other mosquito-borne diseases that have slipped back into Greece include West Nile virus.

Statistics show that there were 70 instances of mosquito borne diseases in Greece in the first nine months of the year.
Seriously, Germany is not just going to kill the Euro, it's going to kill the EU.


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