Except for a minority from sub-Saharan Africa, where it’s not clear, most migrants get HIV/AIDS from their host countries, not from their countries of origin….and most of them get it from men-on-men sex and drug use. Also omitted in migrant hysteria is the fact that a large number of the migrants are from other parts of Europe.
A study presented at the 15th European AIDS Conference yesterday found evidence that the majority of migrants living with HIV in Europe, and who were diagnosed less than five years ago, probably acquired the virus in their host country rather than the one in which they were born. The aMASE (Advancing Migrant Access to Health Services in Europe) study found that the proportion of people with a documented or probable date of HIV infection later than their move to, or within, Europe was higher than those with a documented or probable pre-migration infection date, and that this applied to all risk groups, all areas of origin, and both sexes.
One important caveat is that for a large minority of people (in the case of people from sub-Saharan African, as many as 48%) the date of infection could not be established. Another caveat is that this was an internet survey and might favour replies from people with more recent infection. Nonetheless, the findings are striking; in men who have sex with men in particular, the vast majority acquired HIV in their host country rather than in their country of origin.
In other words, immigrant men who cannot find work turn to male prostitution and pick up AIDS and HIV from their host countries, in this case, from Western Europe.
In Europe, drug usage, homosexuality, promiscuity, and prostitution all carry no stigma and are in many cases subsidized by the state.