Archive for 06/03/2011

Muslim Woman Handing Out Qur’ans at Minnesota Library Stabs 2 People

06/03/2011 3 comments

“BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (WCCO) — Two people were stabbed in a seemingly random attack at a Twin Cities library.

After the incident Wednesday night at the Oxboro Library in Bloomington, 35-year-old Samira Abdalla Salim was arrested.

Salim was no stranger to the Oxboro Library. She had a reputation for handing out the Koran and talking religion outside the building.

‘They had some issues with her harassing other patrons,’ said Bloomington Police Commander Mark Stehlik.

But it’s what investigators say she did on Wednesday night that surprised everyone.

‘I never thought she would do that. She was very nice,’ said Anisa Ahmed, Salim’s neighbor.

Salim is accused of stabbing two people. The first victim was a woman who was walking into the library.

‘The next thing she knew, she felt a sharp pain in the middle of her back and realized she had been stabbed,’ said Stehlik.

The second was a security guard who heard the victim’s cry for help. He went to talk to Salim in the parking lot.

‘Spoke to her briefly and then she actually stabbed him as well. Stabbed him in the abdomen,’ said Stehlik.” Read more.

Categories: Radical Islam

Superbug First Found in India Infects Canadian Man with No Travel History to India

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“NEW DELHI: NDM-1, the enzyme associated with extensive antibiotic resistance that was found in India last year, has jumped to new bacteria strains and infected a Canadian, who had no travel history to India.

For the first time, scientists in Canada have reported local acquisition of an organism producing NDM-1 in Ontario, Canada. NDM-1 has been found in bacterial species other than E coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae.

The findings are in tune with a TOI report a few weeks ago that had pointed out about NDM-1 gene, which has been jumping between various species of bacteria at a ‘superfast speed.’

British scientists from the Cardiff University, who first reported on the existence of NDM-1, told TOI that when it was first detected in 2006, the bacteria were found only in E Coli.

‘We have found NDM-1 gene in more than 20 different species of bacteria. NDM-1 can move at unprecedented speed, making more and more species of bacteria drug resistant,’ said Dr Mark Toleman told TOI.” Read more.

Categories: Pestilence

10 Reasons Why The ‘Economic Recovery’ Is a Fraud

06/03/2011 1 comment

By Paul Joseph Watson – “Yesterday’s so-called ‘horror’ show for the US economy with the release of new data illustrating how the economic ‘recovery’ has all but ground to a halt was met with feigned astonishment and shock by the establishment media, and yet for the past two years the public has been continually deceived about the true state of the financial system.

All the hot air about an ‘economic recovery’ has served to hide the fact that the United States is slipping back into a double-dip recession, if not a second ‘great depression,’ as market strategist Peter Yastrow told CNBC yesterday.

1) In 2009, when the media claimed the economic ‘recovery’ had begun, oil prices averaged $54 dollars a barrel. In the 24 months since, the cost has doubled. Americans are paying more and more to fill up at the pump with Goldman Sachs predicting that gas will hit $5 dollars a gallon by summer. This figure was already reached in Washington DC two months ago. Far from representing a ‘recovery’ this is in fact another crippling expense that many Americans people simply cannot afford.

2) The housing market has shown no ‘recovery’ whatsoever. The collapse in US house prices ‘is now greater than that suffered during the Great Depression.’ Prices have plunged by 33 per cent since 2007. Home ownership is at its lowest level for 20 years.” Read more.

Moody’s Warns of Downgrade for U.S. Credit – “Finally, a logical warning on US credit. Moody’s is out with a comment saying that if there’s no imminent progress on the debt ceiling fight, the US credit rating will be cut.” Read more.

Employment growth slows sharply in May – “The U.S. economy may be in for a prolonged period of soft growth as employers hired the fewest number of workers in eight months in May and the unemployment rate rose to 9.1 percent. Nonfarm payrolls increased 54,000 last month, the Labor Department said, fewer than the most pessimistic forecast in the Reuters survey and just over a third of what economists had expected.” Read more.


Categories: Man-Made Disasters

Mexico’s Popocatepetl Volcano Blasts Tower of Ash

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“MEXICO CITY — The Popocatepetl volcano that towers over Mexico City is rumbling again.

The 17,886-foot (5,450-meter) mountain shot a blast of ash about 2 miles (3 kilometers) above its crater at dawn Friday.

Mexico’s national disaster prevention agency says the cloud drifted first to the west and then turned back east toward the city of Puebla.

It says the mountain shook for several minutes before the ash burst out.” Read more.

Categories: Natural Disasters

New Strain of MRSA ‘Superbug’ Found in British Cow Milk, Infecting Humans

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By Stephen Adams – “The new strain with high resistance to antibiotics was found by accident by a team from Cambridge University and has already infected humans.

Dr Mark Holmes said dairy farmers under ‘relentless financial pressure’ from supermarkets were forced to use powerful antibiotics which could well have led to the emergence of resistant bacteria.

He and a team of fellow Cambridge University scientists have identified this new strain, which has been found in milk, cows and humans.

In a handful of cases humans have become seriously ill, although it is not known if anyone has died of it.

At the moment the scientists estimate there are probably less than 100 cases which is a small fraction of the total number of MRSA cases.

However, they appear to be growing rapidly.” Read more.

Categories: Pestilence
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