Katrina Begets a Baby Boom by Immigrants/ ILLEGAL CRIMINAL INVADERS, I might add!

11 12 2006

Cross Posted by My Country My View

Filed under “You go Girl”

The story below is about like usual our Country being taken over by ILLEGAL CRIMINAL INVADERS, one city at a time.

Itstarts off about the BABY BOOM, but let me tell you it soon leads to a sob story about a poor ILLEGAL INVADER just trying to make it.

Call me cold and callous what ever, but if caring about my own people and their  suffering is wrong then I guess I am cold.

Too many of our own people; AMERICANS are struggling to make ends meet.
Many of them homeless but we don’t hear to much about it.
No not AMERICANS struggles.

What we hear about is how so many helpless ILLEGALS break the law by coming to our country and taking up the jobs and services that so many of our fellow AMERICANS have lost their rights to.

Am I supposed to feel sorry for you?
Maybe a part of me does but what about my fellow Americans am I RACIST because I care for my own?
I don’t give a shit anymore.
I am tired of hearing all the sob stories when
AMERICANS right outside are doing with out!!!!

Another thing…..
Why don’t you chill out on having so many babies?
What the hell?
Go to your own Country and let your Government take care of them!!!

Oh yes , THIS IS IMPORTANT! Don’t forget to visit my family from CAII!!

TAKEBACK GEORGIA – POSTING TODAY ON:Gainesville, GA and Hall County Leaders say they won’t act.


MORNING COFFEE – POSTING TODAY ON: Local communities tackling national problems


NEW ORLEANS — First came the storm. Then came the workers. Now comes the baby boom.

Inthe latest twist to the demographic transformation of New Orleans sinceit was swamped by Hurricane Katrina last year, hundreds of babies arebeing born to Latino immigrant workers, both legal and illegal, whoflocked to the city to toil on its reconstruction.

The throng of babies gurgling in the handful of operational maternity wards here has come as a big surprise As a Big Surprise?? Why?? What Country have you been living in???— and a financial strain — to this historically black and white city,which before the hurricane had only a small Latino community andvirtually no experience of illegal immigration.

“Of all the myriad things that have changed after Katrina, this wasn‘t high on anybody’s priority list,” said Dr. Mark Peters, chief executive of East Jefferson General Hospital in Metairie.

Becausemany immigrant mothers cannot afford to pay for prenatal care ordelivery services, New Orleans’s newest citizens are adding anunexpected load to the decimated health infrastructure in a city abandoned by many of its doctors.
Yet they continue to have babies???
much of the state-financed Charity Hospital system, which before Hurricane Katrina provided the bulk of care to New Orleans’s uninsured and indigent population, remains closed.

Lacking health insurance and barred from most government assistance, expectant immigrant mothers can go to only the handful of charitable clinics that are still operatingand that do not question a woman’s immigration status when offeringlow-cost prenatal care.

“Prenatal care is our daily nightmare,” said Shaula Lovera, the program coordinator for the Latino Health Access Network, an outreach service operated by Catholic Charities.

The two health units providing prenatal care run by the LouisianaDepartment of Health and Hospitals saw more than 1,200 pregnant women from January to mid-November. Virtually all were Latino immigrants. I don’t think they were JUST IMMIGRANTS- TRY ILLEGAL!!!

“Before the storm, only 2 percent were Hispanic; now about 96 percent are Hispanic,” said Beth Perriloux, the head nurse in the department’s health unit in Metairie. AND BET MOST OF THEM ARE ILLEGAL!

There are so many pregnant women that the clinics have reached capacity. Dr.Erin Brewer, the department’s medical director, said, “We’ve gone from having a maternity clinic two to three days a week to five days a week.” This is ridiculous! GO HOME!

Many immigrant women are forgoing prenatal care and showing up, ready to deliver, in hospital emergency rooms, where they are required to beseen even if they are in the country illegally.

“When I felt the pains I just went to the women’s and children’s hospital,” said Noemi,an illegal immigrant from Oaxaca, Mexico, who arrived in New Orleans right after the storm as part of a cleaning crew from North Carolina. She left the city but then returned in October, a month after giving birth to her daughter Alejandra in Lake Charles, 200 miles west. HELL YEAH SHE RETURNED! THESE PEOPLE KNOW EXACTLY WHAT THEY ARE DOING!

“If they hadn‘t received me, my girl would have been born in the hall,” Noemi said.(She asked that her last name be withheld to protect her identity.) PROTECT THEM IS JUST WHAT WE DO!

There has been a small Latino population in New Orleans for several decades,mostly Hondurans who came after Hurricane Mitch battered CentralAmerica in 1998. But that population has started to grow. AND CONTINUE TO GROW IT WILL, THEY WILL TAKE OVER!!!

Accordingto the Louisiana Health and Population Survey, released in November,the number of Latinos living in households in Orleans and JeffersonParishes has increased by about 10,000 since 2004, to 60,000, even asthe total population has fallen by about a quarter, to roughly 625,000.THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN OUR IMMIGRATION LAWS AREN’T ENFORCED AND WE STILL CONTINUE TO CATER TO THEM.

Last summer, researchers at Tulane Universityestimated that there were 5,000 to 7,000 illegal Latino workers inOrleans Parish alone, excluding nonworking relatives. But some community workers estimate that tens of thousands have arrived sincethe storm. ANDAS I SAID BEFORE THEY WILL KEEP ON COMING….. COME ONE COME ALL BRINGYOUR BROTHERS, SISTERS, AUNTS, UNCLES, COUSINS, GRANDMA, GRANDPA IT’S ALL GOOD! AMERICA WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU!!!

Immigrants can be seen working on roofs, installing Sheetrock and laying tile all over town, from the up-market Lakeview neighborhood in the west to East New Orleans. At the Lowe’s home improvement store in the city’s Bywater neighborhood, clusters of day laborers mill about in the parking lot every morning, waiting for jobs. AND TAKING THE JOBS THAT AMERICANS WON’T DO???

Mostare not new to the United States. They come from Texas, Florida or California, seeking construction work that can pay $150 a day. But there are some newcomers, including Sara Alvarado, a 26-year-oldHonduran, who arrived in the United States in August after a monthlong odyssey through Mexico with her partner, Tony, 32. OK HERE COMES THE SOB STORY…

WhenMs. Alvarado finally got to New Orleans, brought into the country bycoyotes, or smugglers, who charged $6,000, she was more than six months pregnant. The last time she had seen a doctor was four months before. SMART ENOUGH TO COME JUST BEFORE THE BABY WAS BORN. WITH 6,000 DOLLARS YOU COULD HAVE SEEN A DOCTOR! SHEESH!!!

“The coyotes wanted to charge me more and bring me across in a car,” Ms.Alvarado said, sitting in her cramped room in a shotgun shack in theUpper Ninth Ward that she and Tony share with four other people. “But Ididn‘t take a single vitamin, and I came across that desert jumping fences and all that, and look, here is this boy.” YEP BE PROUD WOMAN YOU DID IT YOU CHEATED, BROKE THE LAW AND YOU GOT AWAYWITH IT. YOU GOT TO HAVE YOUR BABY HERE IN THE GOOD OLE US OF A AND YOU EVEN GET BRAGGING RIGHTS.

She cradled a plump bundle:Jackson Antonio, an American citizen who came into the world atTulane-Lakeside Hospital 12 days early on Oct. 17, the day the 300millionth American was born.

At Tulane-Lakeside, doctors aredelivering 215 to 240 babies a month, which is 60 percent to 70 percent more than before Hurricane Katrina, said André du Plessis, the hospital’s chief operating officer. ANCHOR, ANCHOR, ANCHOR!

Some of that increase is because of the lack of hospitals. But the numbers also reflect the new population. “Approximately 20 to 25 percent of the babies are Hispanic,” Mr. du Plessis said. “Pre-Katrina, we largely didn‘t have a Hispanic population.” JUST WAIT PEOPLE THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING. THEY ARE LIKE COCKROACHES!

Dr.Kevin Work, an obstetrician who started a private practice a yearbefore the hurricane, decided to focus almost exclusively on the Latino population when he saw the abundance of immigrant women at the maternity clinics run by the Department of Health and Hospitals, where he works two and a half days a week. THESE WOMEN ARE NOT IMMIGRANTS THEY ARE ILLEGAL!!!

“The demographics of the health units used to be 85 percentAfrican-American, who had Medicaid, and 15 percent other,” Dr. Worksaid. “When the clinics reopened, I started seeing the faces changing. Now 85 to 90 percent are Hispanic undocumented, and only 10 to 15percent have Medicaid.” YEAH,THEY ARE SMART DON’T LET THEIR SHY SCARED DEMEANOR FOOL YOU. THEY KNOWEVERY FREE SERVICE THERE IS. NEED HELP GETTING SOMETHING FROM AMERICAFOR FREE? JUST ASK AN ILLEGAL THEY KNOW IT ALL!

Dr.Work has been offering a low-cost prenatal care package, charging about$800 for the full term of a pregnancy, a small fraction of the typical bill. He also runs advertisements on the two local Spanish-language radio stations. YES RUN YOUR ADS IN SPANISH JUST TO CATER TO THEM THAT’S WHAT WE DO.

The boomlet of Latino babies in New Orleans poses particular challenges. Nonemergency Medicaid is not available to illegal immigrants or even to legal immigrants who have been in the country less than five years. Virtually none of the immigrant mothers-to-be have private insurance. They are mostly poor. Many fear being deported. I SAY DEPORT YOUR ASSES! GIVE SOME OF THESE SERVICES TO AMERICANS!

Hospitals will deliver these women’s babies only if they arrive in labor throughthe emergency room. There, emergency Medicaid pays for up to a 24-hourhospital stay for a vaginal delivery and a 48-hour stay for a Caesarean section, Dr. Work said.

Most of Dr. Work’s patients do not speak English. At the Department of Health and Hospitals’ unit in Metairie,where he sees patients Tuesday mornings, he relies on the “languageline,” a phone-based translation service. Sometimes women arrive withone of the Latina translators who prowl the clinics and charge thepatients $60 per session. LEARN FRIGGIN ENGLISH!!!!

Dr.Work said he delivered 50 to 70 babies a month, most born to Latino immigrants. He even delivered Jackson Antonio, though he could notremember doing so, the memory lost in a blur of births. HELL YEAH THE WAY THEY MAKE BABIES, I’M SURE!

Thenew population is having a tough time in New Orleans. Jackson Antoniowas required to stay 48 hours in the hospital. But Ms. Alvarado had toleave after 24. “If I stayed longer they would charge me,” she said.She spent the next day looking for a car safety seat, which hospitalsrequire to discharge new babies.

Health workers at CatholicCharities eventually found a car seat. They also gave her a crib, so her baby would not have to sleep on a mattress on the floor. Volunteers at Common Ground, a nonprofit assistance organization that opened ahealth clinic after the storm, have been trying to help Ms. Alvaradoapply for assistance for her child. I AM SURE YOU WILL FIND HER ALL THE HELP THAT SHE NEEDS. THIS IS AMERICA, I WILL SAY IT AGAIN. THIS IS WHAT WE DO!

Still,Ms. Alvarado’s life is mostly an endless hustle at the limit ofsubsistence. She started Jackson Antonio straight off on baby formulabecause she expected to go to work as soon as she recovered from the delivery. But she cannot leave home, because there is nobody to carefor the baby.

Her partner, Tony, who declined to provide his lastname, spends most days waiting with the day laborers at a Shell gas station near their home. But with demand for workers slackening, he ishaving a hard time finding a job. Just before Thanksgiving he worked 10hours on an apartment building, but the woman who hired him disappeared before paying him his promised $120.

Meanwhile, bills are piling up, starting with repayment of the $6,000 they borrowed to pay the coyotes’ fee. They have repaid only about $1,300, Ms. Alvarado said.And they need $350 a month just for their share of rent and utilities. YOU BETTER GET ON THE BALL THEN AND SEE WHAT ELSE WE CAN DO FOR YOU!

Ms.Alvarado must also send money to Honduras for her two daughters, ages 7and 9, who live with her mother. Tony has three daughters in Honduras,too, living with their mother. IAM SURE YOU WILL FIND A WAY TO GET THEM HERE, PUT THEM IN SCHOOL ANDTHEN WE HAVE TO DEAL WITH TEACHING THEM ENGLISH…. OH NO I’M WRONGTHERE WE MUST LEARN YOUR LANGUAGE RIGHT?

BecauseJackson Antonio is a United States citizen entitled to Medicaid, Ms.Alvarado gets a monthly ration of nine cans of baby formula, as well aspowdered milk, canned juice, and eggs and cheese for her. But the staffat the food stamp office told her they were required to report anyapplicant who was an illegal immigrant to the authorities, so Ms.Alvarado did not apply.

Shesaid she might return to Honduras because there was no point to stayingif she could not work. “I came to make a future for my mother and mygirls,” she said. TAKE YOUR ASS!!!!

But if she can work, she will probably stay. And the baby boom may even provide an opportunity. She said she might go into business taking care of the babies of other Latino mothers. YOU DAM RIGHT! YOU CAN WATCH THEM TAX FREE BUSINESS???


**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email the coalition and let Brian know at what level you would like to participate.




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