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HIV on the rise in Poland


InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
13 Sep 2012  #1
"Since 1985 about 16 000 infections have been detected," the National AIDS Centre's Anna Marzec-Bogusławska told the TVP public broadcaster.
"There are some people who are unaware that they are living with the disease, of course. It is estimated that 35 000 persons are carrying the virus. On average, three people a day test HIV positive in Poland," she adds.

jarnowa 4 | 499
13 Sep 2012  #2
I'm sure this is related to the rise of African and Turkish visitors (95% male) to Poland.

To protect Polish people, i'd advise Polish government to test all visitors from suspected countries for STD's.
If someone is tested positive for HIV or any other STD, he or she should simply be denied a visa.

HIV doesn't origin in Poland, so the rise must come from outside,.
I'm sure mandatory STD tests for visitors from some parts of the world would help fighting this problem.
smurf 39 | 1,982
13 Sep 2012  #3
If someone is tested positive for HIV or any other STD, he or she should simply be denied a visa.

but what happens if you have sex with a Polishh hooker/stripper/someone from sosnowice and you get some itchy things in your bollix does that mean you cannot leave.

So dumb!

HIV doesn't origin in Poland

Neither did the internet, the telephone, or blue eyes, blond hair. Quickly, we must kill everyone with blue eyes! kill them! Ahhhhh, they will spreak their blue-eyed-ness to the slavs. The slavs must not have blue eyes! Never!

Jarnowa you've outdone yourself this time. Now it's time for you to reveal yourself as the 8 yr you really are.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,860
13 Sep 2012  #4
So dumb!

Almost 39 million people around the world are living with HIV - slightly more than the population of Poland. Nearly two-thirds of them live in Sub-Saharan Africa. The global HIV/Aids epidemic killed 2.8 million people in 2005. But there was evidence that the number of new cases had stabilised for the first time in 25 years.

news.bbc.co.uk/2/shared/spl/hi/africa/03/aids_debate/html/default.stm
MoOli 9 | 484
13 Sep 2012  #5
To protect Polish people, i'd advise Polish government to test all visitors from suspected countries for STD's.If someone is tested positive for HIV or any other STD, he or she should simply be denied a visa.HIV doesn't origin in Poland, so the rise must come from outside,. I'm sure mandatory STD tests for visitors from some parts of the world would help fighting this problem.

I cant beleive for immigration Poland still dont have medical tests!Wonder what are they thinking of?
jarnowa 4 | 499
15 Sep 2012  #6
Almost 39 million people around the world are living with HIV - slightly more than the population of Poland. Nearly two-thirds of them live in Sub-Saharan Africa. The global HIV/Aids epidemic killed 2.8 million people in 2005. But there was evidence that the number of new cases had stabilised for the first time in 25 years.

Exactly, good to see people like you who prefer facts over political correctness. ;-)

One in every 20 subsaharan Africans has HIV (source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HIV/AIDS_in_Africa).[/url]
Other STD's also have higher occurrence in people from 3rd world countries known to have much looser sexual values, so i think it's fair to say that 1 in 10 comes to Poland including "a special gift" for girls stupid enough to spread their legs for them.

I don't know how many subsaharan Africans are right now in Poland, but for sure not less than 1000, so statistically that's at least 50 carriers of HIV alone.

How many of them will steer clear from chasing sex with naive Polish girls?
How many of them will first tell about their "surprise" before some naive Polish girl has had unprotected sex with him?

I cant beleive for immigration Poland still dont have medical tests!Wonder what are they thinking of?

I'm afraid it will probably take a few more Simon Mols before restriction of 3rd world immigration will be discussed again.
Part of Poland's charm is that society is free from large groups of 3rd world people, let's hope Polish politicians will take measures long before Poland also falls prey to the ugly monster called "multiculturalism". :)
pawian 159 | 9,543
15 Sep 2012  #7
HIV on the rise in Poland

Really?
I missed that one somehow.

but what happens if you have sex with a Polishh hooker/stripper/someone from sosnowice and you get some itchy things in your bollix does that mean you cannot leave.

Stop boasting of your achievements in Poland! They aren`t as fascinating as you think.


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