Ebola Hits U.S. Amid Charges of Racism

Kathy Durkin, Worker's World, October 13, 2014

Thomas Eric Duncan died on Oct. 8 at a Dallas hospital from the Ebola virus. He had traveled to Dallas from his home country of Liberia to see friends and family members.

Duncan’s family is asking why he did not receive optimal care from the first day he sought treatment at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, and are charging bias. They are posing troubling questions about his treatment.


Why was Duncan discharged from the hospital on Sept. 25, after he first visited the emergency room complaining of severe pain and other symptoms? Why wasn’t his statement transmitted to doctors that he had just arrived from Liberia, in Western Africa, the location of the deadly Ebola epidemic, where 4,000 have recently died.

Initially, hospital staff blamed computer glitches for why doctors did not know Duncan’s travel history. Records said he did not have Ebola symptoms. The hospital later stated that the electronic records were functioning correctly and that information was posted for the medical team, but did not explain the mistakes. Meanwhile, Duncan was supplied with antibiotics and discharged to a home inhabited by four adults and children.


Three days later, Duncan was rushed back to the hospital in an ambulance and was quarantined.


The Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr.,Weeks, and Duncan’s mother, Nowai Gartay, asked why he was not taken to specialty units at the Nebraska Medical Center or at Emory University Hospital, where the U.S. citizens stricken with Ebola this year were taken.

They ask why Duncan was not immediately put on an experimental drug after he was hospitalized. The other U.S. Ebola patients were given ZMapp, TKM-Ebola or brincidofovir. It is unknown if the drugs aided in their recovery, but Duncan’s family asserts that he too should have been given medication immediately.

Weeks told CNN that he and his relatives had to push the hospital to file an application with the Food and Drug Administration to approve brincidofovir for Duncan. “Weeks and Jackson said they believe the hospital applied for permission to use brincidofovir only after Jackson gave out the hospital’s phone number on his radio show last week and urged listeners to call in and complain,” said CNN Health on Oct. 7, in an article entitled, “Dallas Ebola patient waited nearly a week for experimental drug; family claims bias.”

The article states that the hospital would not tell CNN the date they requested FDA approval, which is required to obtain experimental drugs from the manufacturer, to use brincidofovir. The agency says it gives permission within hours for Ebola drugs.


There are charges of racism in the hospital’s treatment of Duncan. His family says his care was at best “incompetent” and at worst “racially motivated.” (wgntv.com, Oct. 11) Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, who is African American, stressed that Duncan’s nationality and lack of insurance “prevented him from getting better treatment.” (newsmax, Oct. 9)

Duncan’s poor treatment and subsequent death demonstrate the need for a health care system that guarantees the best treatment for all, regardless of income, insurance or immigration status. One based on human need–not profits–with compassion, respect and dignity for patients, their families and communities.

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  • MekongDelta69

    He was the victim of “Ebola-ism.”

    The communist/socialist Worker’s World said it must be ‘racism,’ so I guess it MUST be true!

    • Olorin

      Now now…be compassionate. WW is staffed by the Differently Mentally Abled. They think that accusations of RAYCIZM are even more potent than filoviruses, poor darlings.

      “There are charges that…” Mhm.

      “Meanwhile, Duncan was supplied with antibiotics and discharged to a home inhabited by four adults and children.”

      The home that he chose to stay at after he flew on a commercial jetliner to the US.

      Yeah, that guy was a veritable model of Compassion, Respect, and Dignity. I’d’a kicked him to the curb.

    • mikekingjr

      Thanks for inventing ANOTHER buzzword for libtards.

    • Remember, M.K.69, that spreading incurable, fatal diseases is now a “basic human right”. In three months’ time, watch the Ebolatards riot in American cities.

      I will probably be arrested for “hoarding food” shortly afterward.

      • me

        South Africa has come up with a cure for ebola.
        It’s called ‘Apartheid’.
        What’s the worst thing about having ebola?
        Being Black.
        Another Nigerian in Dallas has been infected with ebola.
        No way am I borrowing a book from the library in Dallas!
        The WHO has stated that there will be 10,000 new cases of ebola EACH WEEK in Africa by the time Christmas rolls around.
        Santa answered David Duke’s Christmas letter early this year.
        The WHO has stated that “ebola will result in many failed states in Africa”.
        Pretty sure ebola got there a little too late for that….
        Negroes can now rob a store unarmed. Just sneeze, and scream, “I’ve gots da ebola!”
        The media is claiming that ebola could be the new “Black Death”.
        It’s living up to the name, so far…
        David Cameron had a video conference with Obongo, to discuss the ebola pandemic.
        Cameron’s smart. I wouldn’t be in the same room as a Negro right now, either.
        Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are both in the emergency room in Washington DC. They seemed to have contracted ebola after fighting for ebola’s rights to enter the country from Africa, amid shameless White ‘raaaysism’ and discrimination.
        A White police officer has caught ebola. Negroes are shocked that the White cop didn’t shoot the criminal Ebola upon capture.
        A Negro woman has just named her son Ebola Latrinus Jackson. News at eleven.

        • 1stworlder

          “No way am I borrowing a book from the library in Dallas” I am fairly certain that as long as you don’t go onto the computers the libraries in Dallas will be the safest place.

          • me


  • There are charges of racism in the hospital’s treatment of Duncan. His family says his care was at best “incompetent” and at worst “racially motivated.”

    There is a third option:

    Affirmative action black nurses that fly back to Cleveland.

    • mikekingjr

      Hope they infect the entire inner city population.

    • Breaker Morant

      That is not fair. She had the sense to call the CDC first. You are blaming the poor lady for breach of protocol, the same as the CDC has been doing. Would I have taken the flight? No. Would I have called the CDC? Hell, no. I would not want those idiots to have me on their radar. It is not fair to blame this poor woman–she did what anyone who intrinsically trusts the government would do. Blame the simian in the white house if you must.

  • AmericanCitizen

    I’m so sick that everything concerning blacks must somehow be racist. If America is really that bad, then buy a one-way to Liberia or South Africa and get some Ebola straight from the tap.

    • TruthBeTold

      They blame ‘racist’ white people but they always run to whites to save them.

      Notice how they never look for Africans to help them. It’s always ‘the racist white man’.

      • Nonhumans

        And notice how if Ebola kills thousands of nonhumans in the muddaland, its just a terrible disease. But if One nonhuman brings it to any white country and dies on their soil, its immediately caused by racism.
        Im a healthcare worker, and if anyone with suspected Ebola, especially a nonhuman, enters my facility for treatment, I’ll exit stage rear immediately. My health or my job isn’t a difficult decision.
        Obama and the libtards are stoopid beyond belief. Public health and safety vs huwting widdle feewings and being called rrraaayciss, not a hard decision either. Our politicians and health safeguard institutions are guilty of negligence and dereliction.

        • Valmont

          Has anything even remotely unpleasant ever occurred that the ladies of Worker’s World would not attribute to?

          • Valmont

            … (Cont’d) to racism, capitalism and YT?

        • Ron Cheaters

          Have you seen their hospitals in Liberia? The barn for my cows is more sanitary, stable and equipped to handle disease and mother nature.. and I’m a tightwad.

        • ElComadreja

          Better every black in the world dies than one more white life is lost trying to help the useless parasites.

      • ElComadreja

        And stupid whites bail these savage proto-humans out time after time. We owe them nothing. We don’t owe them a cure for their diseases and we don’t owe them a ride on our DNA.

  • WR_the_realist

    This country is so racist that every black person who comes here gets sick and dies.

    So, be warned, Africans, better stay home and take your chances with the indigenous diseases and politicians.

    • TruthBeTold

      I WISH could get them to believe that and act on it by shunning us but even they know it isn’t true.

      They know the ‘racist’ white man is their only hope.

  • AFlaVet

    Have you thought about this? The idiot who came here infected with Ebola (Duncan) lived in a hovel … sort of like any public assistance apartment in New Orleans, Houston, Baltimore, Detroit, Cincinnati, New York City, or Jacksonville. So my question is, how could Duncan afford air fare to the United States of America? My suspicion is that you paid for his ticket. My bet is that his “girl friend” gave him the money from her welfare checks.

    I wonder why Americans aren’t really PO’d off about that.

    • TruthBeTold

      Well, if it’s true, would it ever be reported by the MSM?

      • AFlaVet

        Or the CDC themselves who aren’t worth a bucket of spit these days.

    • kikz2

      i’d asked that question earlier… someone mentioned that he may’ve been being paid under the table ‘importing or exporting’… was a viable explanation. it not like there’s much to blow money on there… he was single.. .. it’s not out of the realm, that he may’ve saved it…???? i can’t understand why the visa was issued, this is the root of the problem…. during an epidemic.. oh yeah, let him go to the US.. sure… why not,.. what’s the worst that could happen?

    • Ron Cheaters

      I have thought about that, I’m sure many people have.. that’s why the news has overlooked it.

    • 1stworlder

      His family that he visited are illegal alien Liberians that O-Hole granted amnesty to in 2011, so it probably was welfare money or drug dealing money.

  • SolStans

    So, let me see if I have this straight: any time a black person dies, it is due to racism. Saints Skittles, Swishers, and Sammich all clearly fit this bill. Now this poor oppressed Rev. Dr. Thomas Eric Duncan King, Jr. was left to die of ebola by the evil racist white doctors.

    I’m just waiting for these guys to look into the part of The Stand where evil Aryan baby Jesus take Mother Abigail to heaven. Clearly, Stephen King has some reparations to pay for that one.

    • TruthBeTold

      Have you ever noticed how Kings’ villains and crazies are likely to be White Christians.

      • SolStans

        Always. He is a fiction writer, after all. I guess that, as a Maine resident, he’s got to invent his own idea of what inter-racial interaction looks like.

        • benvad

          If he’s such Bantu booster he should put his zip code where ideology is. Move to Detroit or Fulton County in the ATL.

          • Nancy

            That would be SOUTH Fulton. Better yet, he should move to Clayton County. It actually has a higher percentage of Bantus than Fulton.

        • ElComadreja

          Church groups have been relocating Somalis and other African filth there in substantial numbers.

      • kikz2

        ever looked in his eyes?

      • 1stworlder

        To be honest it wouldn’t be believable for a non-Asian minority to plot out any elaborate plans. A realistic version of the law & order show would be an open and shut case.

      • Have you ever noticed that King has chosen to live in Maine, a state that at the time of the 2010 census was 95.2% white, in Lovell, a town that is 97.4% white?

    • R L Buds

      “Now this poor oppressed Rev. Dr. Thomas Eric Duncan King, Jr. was left to die of ebola by the evil racist white doctors.”

      Or could it be the AA “doctors” who probably run the show down there?

      • Chinese Democracy

        no they tried to help him. You are the evil racist. Whats the matter you get beat up by a black kid? He take your lunch money. You act like you feel inferior to blacks

    • Chinese Democracy

      no it goes like this

      if you are a full on racist like you. And someone calls you on it.. Then the person who called you on it is a racist.

      • SolStans

        Thanks, Hop Sing. I wasn’t sure how it all worked. You got my raundry done yet?

        • Chinese Democracy

          you dont know how to do your laundry either? figures

          • SolStans

            That was a pletty rame comeback, Mao. I’m disappointed, and you have brought great shame upon your famiry.

  • JSS

    “Duncan’s poor treatment and subsequent death demonstrate the need for a health care system that guarantees the best treatment for all, regardless of income, insurance or immigration status. One based on human need–not profits–with compassion, respect and dignity for patients, their families and communities”

    There is nothing humane about subjecting your own people to Ebola ridden Africans simply so you can feel about yourself and enjoy the view from the pseudo moral high ground. Sadly the whole “America is a racist White supremacist country”meme doesn’t seem to be doing much to keep the diversity flood out.

    • Ron Cheaters

      I found the paragraph you quoted particularly insidious.

      • Usually Much Calmer

        Me too. It is the closest reality has come to ‘Animal Farm’ this whole crazy ride.

    • M&S

      There is nothing humane about subjecting your own people to Ebola ridden Africans simply so you can feel about yourself and enjoy the view from the pseudo moral high ground.
      No. This isn’t about that anymore.

      We should not let these people into to the country, that is true. But once they are here, they pose a clear and present danger to our national economy and social welfare so long as they remain infected and untreated.

      Had he been given the drugs in a more timely manner, he might or might not have died but if he survived before the worst of the symptoms arose, the likelihood of his infecting his nurses would have been much less.

      We need to be very hardnoses and pragmatic on this. Even if it means the opposite of what we would normally like to consider a firm separation of ethnicities.

      What I am betting on is that these drugs may have dangerous sideeffects and/or be tissue specific to certain groups. In any case, we need to know what the specific conditions of his case are before we judge the hospital for withholding medicine.

      Myself, this should establish a baseline by which the other infected medical staff are treated. And that in turn poses a major political and propaganda victory for us.

      Because if, ‘suddenly’, the medical community is being given experimental drugs every time they come anywhere -near- an Ebola patient, suddenly it’s not about moral obligations to charity or whatever.

      It’s about “Hey, you either shut down departures and entrances from LIberia/Guinea/Sierra Leone pass ports/points of origin or we will shut down YOU as someone who has violated their Constitutional Oath to Preserve And Protect.

      We start with Frieden and the CDC.

      This will be a big deal. The CDC is actually a militarized organization and they will expect Executive Branch protection. If they don’t get it as Obama cuts ties, then he becomes vulnerable to in turn.

      What we need is a website with a whole lotta experts and a petition that says: “Close Our Borders Or Fire Frieden!” To which Americans can sign a mandate that says they will shut down the economy for as many weeks as it takes to put things aright.

      If Frieden doesn’t backpedal, and a major sitzkrieg on purchases destroys our economy, going into the holiday season, the Obama himself may be forced to proactively ‘accept his resignation’.

      If he DOES back off and ‘mildly suggest some measures that might result in less risk’, we hang him by his own petard, demanding that he explain his past acts.

      And again, Obama has to cut the sea anchor or face being swamped by a rising sea of public opinion.

      This ‘decision’ to allow the unhealthy world masses into our lands could NOT have been more poorly timed. Large numbers of people in crowded shopping conditions is a recipe for epidemiological disaster. Failure to see this potential economic side effect is, by itself, a sure sign of Obama’s incompetence.
      We should ride this horse right into the dirt in the hopes that Obama is, finally, impeached.

  • JackKrak

    Everybody here on AR knows it, but most otherwise decent whites will never learn – you cannot make These People happy no matter what you do.

  • Usually Much Calmer

    This woman is taking every agitation as gospel.

    Plenty of ill white people don’t get drugs that are still in the experimental stage.

    Granting credulity to blacks involves stepping into an alternate reality.

  • Fair Dinkum

    I’m sure a political party that still worships Marx and Lenin is completely objective and impartial, and not at all eager to stir up anger and hatred against whites.

    • mikekingjr

      I’d say they are doing a pisspoor job of not stirring up my hatred towards their political party. Hell, both political parties for that matter.

  • Pathfinder75 (formerly Shadow)


    What is “racism” but a fable agreed upon?

    • me

      Racist=White. Racist=White oppression and genocide.

  • TruthBeTold

    He had traveled to Dallas from his home country of Liberia to see friends and family members.

    I read from other sources that he quit his job because he wasn’t coming back. He knew he was infected and he lied to get on the plane. Once he landed he immediately sought treatment. At that point, the hospital seems to have dropped the ball.

    He knew his best chances of survival were with the white man. That the white man didn’t save him must be proof of racism.

    • Cecil Broomsted

      The hospital didn’t drop the ball. Duncan did not tell them he had Ebola on his initial visit when he was fully aware that he did have it. Why? Because that would haverrevealed that he was here in the US illegally. He would never have been allowed to leave Liberia but for his lying to obtain the needed travel documents. There is more but we’ll see if anyone in the media gets to it…

      • Those aspects to this story can be safely predicted to go straight down the Memory Hole, courtesy of the mainstream media, which completely ignores its responsibility to maintain a well-informed US public.

    • mikekingjr

      Any word of this critter’s economic status? How did he pay for the airfare?
      Or was this a gibsme courtesy of the black house?

    • 1stworlder

      His housemate came down with Obola on 9-15, leftists stories read like he was being selfless.

  • TruthBeTold

    The same basic claims are being recycled from the early days of AIDS.

    AIDS activists accused the CDC and the government for not finding treatments fast enough for victims of AIDS.

  • Conrad

    Oh come on now. It wouldn’t make sense to give Duncan optimum health care after going to all the trouble and expense of creating a disease that kills only blacks. Blacks just have no understanding of cost-benefit analysis.

  • Luca

    If only Duncan had stayed in Liberia where there are few Whites, I am sure he would have gotten top-notch, non-racist medical care. I guess he wasn’t thinking clearly with that fever and all.

  • farbeyonddriven

    Maybe it’s just me but I just can’t fathom how the fact that a single unemployed African can just hop a plane and walk into America to “visit friend”s like it’s nothing? How does this not come up at all?

    • Usually Much Calmer

      Sailer calls the answer to your question ‘the war on noticing’. A nice framing, I think.

  • The original article was carried by “workers’ world” which does not “appear” to allow comments. This type of article has appeared elsewhere and has gotten comments pointing out how Duncan criminally lied to get into the US, didn’t care about infecting his close family members, and clearly didn;t care about the risk of infection to the nurses who cared for him.

    The comments usually also contain derogatory comments about Al Sharpton and othe black community leaders. I don’t think people at large have much tolerance for these things anymore. If only Eric Holder were around a lawsiut would get some traction, however with the new A.G. “Vanita Gupta” +, the deputy legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union, I expect Holder’s record to continue.

    + currently temporary, expected to become named as permanent after elections at the end of the year.

  • mikekingjr

    Lied to get here and we be biolatin’ his cibil rights. Way to go YT.

  • Frank_DeScushin

    Allowing Ebola into the West rivals allowing Pakistanis to systemically rape English girls in Rotterham as perhaps the worst case of Western political correctness. South Africa, Saudia Arabia, and numerous other nations have placed a ban on people coming in from West Africa. But not America and Europe. Oh no, those white nations must prove they are not racist by allowing Africans with Ebola into their nations. It’s a mental sickness. Our leaders have completely shirked their duty to protect their citizens, and for what?

    • mikekingjr

      Our “leaders” are pushing an eliminate Whites agenda.

    • jayvbellis

      Please spread this fact to your Congressional reps. Local media that other nations are handling the Ebola plague in a responsible way.

  • The 2-inch thick bamboo poles I ordered last month (free of shipping charges: yaay!) arrived with no shipping charges this morning. It had been smoked and dried and was starting to split already. Sayaka has a leave of absence from work and Ariadne is home-schooled already. We have enough dry non-perishables to last at least six months. I’ll buy more toilet paper, rice, split peas, lentils and dried beans tomorrow.

    The bamboo was already starting to split after being smoked, so I carefully used a handmade splitting froe and a rubber mallet to start splits opposite the best natural splits while standing upstairs. These are now standing upright in a small alcove in the living room. Bamboo makes quite a bit of noise after one has split it while it continues to split naturally. The work on the bamboo fishing rods will take me all winter, and Sayaka has plenty of cloth for sewing.

    My idea is that none of us will have to go father than the mailbox for months, if necessary.

    I am just delighted that President Oogabooga, the HSA and the CDC have rated the best interests of the US public as such a high priority. Thanks, folks!

    • Julius Caesar

      I’m fairly certain that last night I had a dream I met you…maybe I spend too much time on here.

      • mikekingjr

        Interesting, J.C. Did you learn to time travel from the ebola gang?

        • Julius Caesar

          Julius Caesar is a Demigod and can do as he pleases, I do not question his wisdom.



        Nope sorry, that was me friend. I have a bad habit of roaming through my fellow Amren readers dreams these day. I usually come in and leave a little note that says something like, “Hey,,, don’t forget, Barrack Obama is really a woman, and John McCain is a Vietcong spy for the Islamic state of Switzerland”, before scurrying on out the way I came.

        • mikekingjr

          You ARE a devious soul!

      • The only one of you I have ever met was Mr. dd121. That was a lot of fun. We had lunch and then an afternoon hike around Palmer Park, last spring.

    • mikekingjr

      I always enjoy your familial updates and always learn something new to apply to my plan to survive off-grid. Thank you.

    • RealisticGuy

      Still playing that? Hordes of the Underdark was/is fantastic. Still, NWN is no BG/BG2. Minsc and Boo stand ready!

    • Yancy Derringer

      What’s the bamboo for?

      • 1stworlder

        It can be used for a lot of survival things but it can be invasive.

      • Traditional-style fishing rods. One carefully splits the two-inch-thick bamboo culms each into 24 long strips, planes and sands them down into equilateral triangles, removing as little of the outer enamel as possible, and then glues the triangular strips to make rod sections that are hexagonal in cross-section. The kinks, bends and some of the other imperfections get worked out of them with a heat gun. The nodes in bamboo bulge, but this can be corrected with a heat gun and a little sanding – as little as possible of the enamel. Ferrules, reel seats and line guides are all commercially available, via mail-order.

        Tonkin bamboo is better in every respect than fiberglass, in fact better than anything for fishing rod builds than low-modulus graphite. This variety grows in only a small area in China, up the Sui River from Canton. That area must have the perfect combination of climate and soil conditions, much like Cuba and cigar tobacco.

        They take a lot of time to build, but this sort of project is ideal for indoor work in nasty winter weather with an Ebola pandemic in the offing. They also have a lot more character than a factory-made graphite rod. I’ve wanted a good one for many years, but those are terrifically expensive.

        Tradition is that each builder signs every rod he produces, so I intend to do that. I will vary from tradition in only two major respects. This will double as a spin-casting rod, so will have a removable grip-extension and in that the grips will be made of polished beef bone, rather than the traditional cork. This will allow a stiffer, longer cast of the line. The color of the smoked bamboo will match perfectly with dark red silk thread around the line guides and the bone grips. The ancient Romans used bone grips on their swords, and those worked just fine.

        The dark red color and bone grips also seems perfect for the times.

    • 1stworlder

      What is the deal with the bamboo? Are you hoping to grow enough to heat with a woodstove?

  • RyanP

    He was not even a US citizen and these people have the nerve to complain! Even proponents of socialized medicine are smart enough to know that their single payer schemes cannot be extended worldwide. At least I thought they were. There is no end to Lefts insanity.

  • mikekingjr

    Considering how the critters were ever selected for deportation from Africa it has occurred to me that if you were the tribal elder looking to sell some of your subjects you might decide on the basis of said subjects’ history.
    Stupid? Sold!
    Violent? Sold!
    Ugly? Sold!
    We were screwed from the beginning of this importation.

    • Valmont

      In other words, it was the African version of Castro’s Mariel Boatlift.

      • benvad

        That’s the most brilliant synopses I’ve ever heard. Well done!

        It is scarface!

    • Usually Much Calmer

      Selection also happened after slavery.

      Sharecroppers were basically freed slaves that couldn’t handle the transition. The slavery arrangement suited them quite well as they saw it so they ended up in the same situation minus the legal status as chattle. In the early part of the 20th century, the price of cotton really tanked and farmers could not afford to keep them. The great migration was their resulting move north to the cities. The urban negroes who were already established despised them and they were not accepted into urban negro economic and social life. This is the distict unsavory population Lyndon Johnson decided to incentivise breeding in, some 2 generations later.

      My sources are the Nick Lemmon book, E. Franklin Frazier’s ‘The Negro Family in the United States’ and of course ‘The Bell Curve’.

  • Man of the West

    His family says what? Last I heard they were in an unknown location, incommunicado so to speak. Which in itself is scary. How many of them have it? What else are they living to us about?

    • Ron Cheaters

      It’s only been 2 this week, I suspect next week is a whole new ballgame.

  • mikekingjr

    Is darkie a bad word around here?

    • mikekingjr

      I was really asking if it would get me banned. Seems a comment I made was deleted because of using that word. Moderators?

    • Kenner

      Try ‘brunette’.

      • mikekingjr

        Thank you.

    • me

      Just ‘Whitey’. That’s a very, very bad word.

    • Garrett Brown


  • 4321realist

    “Liberian who died from Ebola in Texas hospital got inadequate treatment because of “racism.”

    Gee, that’s a shame.

    And it’s even worse than that, because that kind of policy will continue on well into the future.

    That’s why blacks need to go back to an Ebola free zone in their home continent.

    To get away from all this racism.

    Air fare would NEVER be a problem.

    • Yancy Derringer

      I guess those were fictional accounts I read, the stories describing teams of doctors and nurses working round-the-clock in a specialized high-tech room, trying to keep this Duncan fellow alive. In reality, though, he was just dumped on a mattress in a dark stairwell and ignored? Huh.

  • dd121

    The only racism here is that the left wants to kill whites.

  • LHathaway

    This reminds me of something Jared Taylor mention offhand. The only thing diversity, or more and more diversity, means for whites is more and more charges of racism.

  • Garrett Brown

    We all knew it was coming. Immediately after he died we knew it would be blamed on us.

    • mikekingjr

      Actually, Mr. Brown, I read that they hold you personally responsible. I be off the hook. What a relief!

      • Garrett Brown

        You be all lucky n sheeeeit. Like a leprucaaaaanz.

        • mikekingjr

          I KNOW das riiiight. btw callin me a leprucaaanz be rayciis, mofo.

          • mikekingjr

            also Mistah smartypants Brown, you don’ stop bein’ rayciss to me I call dem fergyson and shaaw mossurri po lice come an’ kick yo butt. Dey my frienses.

          • benvad

            Ebonics epidemic got you two. We’re surely doomed.

    • benvad

      These things have no concept or feelings of guilt & shame. They are just canny at mimicking humans when it serves their purpose. That’s all you’ll ever really have to understand about them.

  • cherrie greenbaum123

    Access to affordable healthcare is a citizen right. This does not mean free healthcare and it does not mean for non-citizens. The borders remain wide open and nary a word is said about a terrorist knowingly crossing the border and purposefully setting off an epidemic. The borders remain open. This tells us clearly that anything the government says or does about ebola is half true at the very best.

    A valid government is one that takes the protection of its citizens as its most important task. Our government does not do this. Therefore our government is not valid. For this reason we are not and should not consider ourselves bound to its laws, which clearly do not pertain to them, only to us.

    Theoretically speaking, it is not only our right as citizens to take back that government power for ourselves, but also an obligation to ultimately prosecute those presently in power who have failed to uphold their Constitutional duties and obligations. Allowing negroes and Hispanics free and unfettered access into this country knowing they are carrying these quite deadly, contagious diseases is beyond reprehensible and downright criminal.

    • mikekingjr

      I’m sure some islamofascist will earn his 72 in paradise by bringing this darkie virus beyond our doorstep. Who needs airplanes?

      • me

        Yeah, but the towel heads also get 72 mothers’-in-law. Praise Allah!

    • Ron Cheaters

      Yeah, I guess the possibility of dying to save some sorry monkey-eating-ass isn’t enough.

      If you happen to die, it still isn’t enough, rather, it would be justified. If you don’t die, that’s racist.

  • shmo123

    So this guy wasn’t even a citizen, probably stiffed the taxpayer for his care, and his family has the unmitigated gall to complain about the treatment he did get? I can only imagine the treatment he would’ve received in Liberia.

    • He didn’t admit that he had Ebola the first time he visited a hospital in Dallas, so they gave him anti-biotics (useless for a virus) and sent the lying freeloader away. What’s the problem?

      The moral of this story is that withholding valuable information from doctors is a very bad idea.

      • benvad

        He lied to get in.

        • me

          Tarzan say, “Criminal should be in jail, not in White man’s hospital, taking advantage of White man’s guilty hospital-ity.”

        • Of course, but if he wanted a remote chance of being cured, shouldn’t he have informed the doctors of his suspicions?

    • mikekingjr

      Actually, I hope the hospital staff smothered him with some soiled bed sheets.(and kept it a secret, of course.)

    • Usually Much Calmer

      Probably stiffed?

      At a decent hospital in Chicago (my only reference) ICU alone is $11K a day.

      • kikz2

        strange how YT is so racist he’s the only race that opens chairty hospitals to treat minorities, institutes outreach programs to ‘reach/teach’ these minorities, but is evily racist. funny you don’t hear Oprah or any multimillionaire blacks or hispanics, nor their communities supporting/donating to these hopsitals or such charity efforts here in the US now do ya? i’ve heard the few black hospitals such as the one in chicago are almost ready to shut the doors.. i’m guessing from lack of YT funds..

      • 1stworlder

        Also they closed an entire floor to care for him so opportunity cost

    • benvad

      Throw them out.

    • kikz2

      i’ve mentioned these facts elsewhere and have been told i was clueless, embarassed someone else for being human after reading my comments, and acused of having racial issues……. the war on noticing…

    • me

      They’d just hack up an albino and feed it to him.

    • Ron Cheaters

      They have no comprehension of work or taxes, or even the sound of music in a grocery store.. so no. They think we all get magic money.

    • Yancy Derringer

      The instant Duncan died the BGI sprang into action. Jesse got there first. He’d probably made the deal with the family days prior.

    • ghettovalley

      I don’t know how African doctors treat ebola exactly, but I assume it involves chanting, a magical dance, and some sort of sacrificial animal.

  • mikekingjr

    Outstanding method of emphasizing your point!

    • Ron Cheaters

      The Twilight Zone – Best Before Blacks

    • Pathfinder75 (formerly Shadow)

      Thank you,sir.

  • Whirlwinder

    Ever notice how the blacks always play the race card. Every time!

    • Yancy Derringer

      Uh… yes.

  • benvad

    He shouldn’t have been in the country in first place, second place he fraudulently hid his illness this exposing hundreds to his disease including relatives.

    His family should be expelled along with his carcass. A quarantine on all of a Africa should be implemented immediately.

  • Caucasoid88

    His Liberian family has the gall to demand world-class healthcare and an instant antidote for his incurable disease. For free. Anything less is racism. I’m absolutely perplexed by these creatures.

    • me

      Gibs me dat knows no borders, sovereignty, or shame. The entitlement fantasy of the Negro must be genetic.

      • Lagerstrom

        Negroes Sans Frontiers.

        • Yancy Derringer

          C’est ca!

        • me

          Ha! And they’re bringing their AIDS and ebola with them. Close the borders NOW!

        • PvtCharlieSlate

          Bantus Without Borders.

    • Ron Cheaters

      The power/fear of being called racist.

    • SentryattheGate

      That reminds me of a case that came to my city’s hospital a few years ago. The illegal immigrant needed a triple organ transplant (heart, lungs, kidney)! She got 2 or was it 3? organs, first class care, but died anyway. Yet, her illegal parents wanted to sue because she died, and said they would stay in the US! There was no gratitude on their part for the expensive care she received despite being an illegal, no mention that she took those organ donations away from legal US patients, and of course,no way to repay the hospital! I never heard anymore after that; newspapers probably hushed it up.

      • Caucasoid88

        Diversity destroys social trust. Blacks and Mexicans will always suspect the worst of whites because they feel deep down they deserve the worst.

        Because they do.

        • ghettovalley

          I think that a lot of it has to do with what is known as projection. If blacks were in our place and dominant in society they would likely attempt all of these nasty things that they are always accusing us of. You know, their borderline retarded accusations of “whitey be usin’ KFC to render the black mayne impotent” and “white folks be poisonin’ da kool aid”.

          • Caucasoid88

            If blacks were in control, it would look a bit like Zimbabwe.

          • ghettovalley

            Eventually the US will fragment USSR style. What other outcome could possibly come of this mess? I hope that it happens in my lifetime.

  • me

    Stephen King is the third cousin of Michael Luther King. His family is descended from Poppin’ Fresh Pillsbury, so he has a lot of White guilt.
    Psycho Jack
    Hallucinating hack
    Thinks Donna Reed
    Eats dollar bills.
    Dopes his machine–
    Creates another fiend
    So beautiful
    She’ll make you kill…..

  • kikz2

    rest my case…saw a pic of a relative some generations back.. they looked nuts too…

  • BillMillerTime

    I see that they do not allow readers’ comments at Worker’s World.

    • Valmont

      Wanker’s World does not want its readers tempted to engage in Thoughtcrime.

  • Chris Granzow XI

    Is it not racist that he flew to a majority-white country while knowingly having a highly infectious disease that can spread rapidly. That’s the real angle we should be looking at this from.

  • bubo

    If a story like this doesn’t get through to white liberals then nothing will.

    • freethought1950

      Nothing will.

  • John

    “Duncan’s family is asking why he did not receive optimal care from the first day…”. Aside from the fact this is an allegation and not proven, could it be because he didn’t have health insurance and the hospital didn’t feel like spending their whole annual charity budget on one worthless African loser? That’s not racism by the way, that’s common sense. Just because someone allegedly has a horrific disease, that’s no reason to throw out all the other factors that come into play when one checks into a hospital, including how are you going to pay?

  • ghettovalley

    Ebola isn’t only an epidemic in Africa because of them washing the bodies of the dead. They also defecate into bodies of water where they drink and bathe, and they refuse to stop eating bush meat such as monkey and fruit bat. They’re too dumb for this to ever stop. Stand back and let mother nature do her thing, she knows best.

    • Luca

      They are also rabid fornicators, whether it be man, woman, child or beast.


    The potus cancelled his fund raisers when the problem was caused by his people.

  • If American’s had any huevos . . ., citizens would be tar and feathering the chief cook and bottle washer as we speak. . . . this fiasco is so far off base for proper procedure that
    it’s a joke and complete hoodwink from the fearless leader ..

  • mobilebay

    Can’t believe John Wiley Price has jumped into the fray. He was causing trouble in Dallas decades ago. His favorite trick was “slow walking” across intersections so traffic would have to be held up. He’s a little old for that now, but if his feet aren’t working as well, his mouth still is. Dallas County Commissioner? Surely there are better candidates.

  • rommel10

    their using these poor black people for test dummies, whites don’t fit the bill they are cured before we can dum them up. i was hoping calipso louie was right , but he was wrong!

  • kjh64

    Yeah, let’s see. This man who is Black and foreign got half a million dollars of FREE medical care at taxpayer expense after selfishly exposing Americans. His family, who is foreign, is living in public housing paid for by American taxpayers yet we’re “racist”. No, the problem once again is not that Americans are racist, it’s that we’re tolerant. Name one non-White country, just one that would do this for White Americans if the situation were reversed. Furthermore, the writer talks about our healthcare system as being for all, well Duncan and other foreign nationals are NOT entitled to get free medical care from our system.

  • Racist? Half a million dollars in medical care says otherwise.

    This guy shouldn’t have even been in the country to begin with.

    White people need a country of there own. Northwest Front.

  • Breaker Morant

    I saw a picture of his children, once, in a magazine. Maybe Time. They were all in swimwear, dripping water in front of his indoor, olympic sized pool in his mansion in Maine. I hate to say this, but…nasty looking things.

    I also remember, somewhere around 1998 or 1999, reading a prediction:

    “In the year 1999 and seven months [July],
    A great King of Terror will fall from the sky.”

    Attributed to Nostradamus. Do not know if it was truly a prediction from Nostradamus. He got the month wrong, at any rate:

    “On June 19, 1999, at about 4:30 pm, King was walking on the shoulder of Route 5, in Lovell, Maine. Driver Bryan Edwin Smith (July 16, 1957 – September 21, 2000), distracted by an unrestrained dog moving in the back of his minivan, struck King, who landed in a depression in the ground about 14 feet from the pavement of Route 5.”

  • bilderbuster

    Anti-racist Sweden being a fine example.

  • Dale McNamee

    Mr. Duncan, who lied to leave Liberia, and lied to get into the US… Became ill with Ebola and required and received treatment that cost $ 500,000 ! Some “racism” !

    His ungrateful, ignorant family,Je$$e Jerkson, Al “Flapjaws” Dullton, etc. should be sued and made to repay the $ 500,000 that was “stolen” from we taxpayers…

  • camperdude

    I wouldn’t put any credence in this. It is after all Worker’s World. News of the World – the defunct tabloid – had more believers. No one anywhere EVER takes ANYTHING that Worker’s World prints as anything other than a joke. Even when I was a Leftist even we thought Worker’s World was a joke.