142 people fell ill from fecal contaminated food in UK Muslim restaurant

Last November, I first posted about the disgusting toilet habit of Muslims in “Muslim washes his anus at public drinking fountain in Italy”.

But it’s one thing for Muslims to use their (left) hands, instead of toilet paper, to “clean” their butts after defecating. It’s another thing entirely when Muslim restaurant employees do that and then contaminate food and drinks that they serve to the public, which I chronicled in two subsequent posts:

Here’s more evidence that this disgusting Muslim practice is a public health hazard.

The BBC reports that in June 2014, a rare strain of E. coli – only the second outbreak of its kind in Europe – was found at The Khyber Pass, a kebab take-out restaurant in Nottingham, England. More than 140 customers fell ill from Khyber Pass’s food that was contaminated with human feces.

An investigation by Nottingham City Council led to the discovery that the food poisoning organism responsible was Enteroinvasive E. coli (EIEC). EIEC is only found in the human gut and so inspectors concluded people affected by the outbreak must have eaten food contaminated with human feces. The outbreak was traced to the kebab shop after analysis of fecal specimens from patients showed that the same strain of EIEC was found in lettuce prepared by food workers at Khyber Pass.

Paul Dales, from Nottingham City Council’s food, health and safety team, said:

“This was a significant and serious food poisoning outbreak affecting a large number of people, some of whom developed severe symptoms. It’s fortunate there were no fatalities, as this is a strain of E. coli rarely found in the developed world, this being only the second confirmed outbreak in Europe. It’s clear that hand-washing practices by some workers were wholly inadequate and this led to food becoming contaminated.”

In August, appearing at Nottingham Crown Court, the Pakistani owners of Kyber Pass, Mohammad Abdul Basit and Amjad Bhatti, pleaded guilty to breaching food hygiene regulations, including selling food unfit for human consumption, poor personal cleanliness of food workers, and inadequate hand washing facilities and drainage. Incredibly, Basit and Bhatti were ordered to pay each victim £200 in exchange for a suspended four month jail sentence.

H/t maziel

See also “Muslims in Scotland university defecate in showers instead of toilets” .

~Eowyn

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92 responses to “142 people fell ill from fecal contaminated food in UK Muslim restaurant

  1. There are many kabob and mid-eastern restaurants in our town, they are the only eateries we won’t patronize. I have too many bladder, kidney, crotch, and intestinal disorders to take a chance on. It is also a bit of a political protest, as in the last few years, I learned too much about the filthy habits of these people. Applebee’s is suffering in our town, as middle eastern women flock there almost daily,and constantly order food with bacon, demanding refunds, claiming ignorance of the ingredients. The servers hate seeing them come in anymore. It leads to a stressful shift. And they don’t tip. We are being overrun in this country, and better get a solution soon.

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    • carly . . . I would be interested to know what city, state and country you hail from, if you don’t think that is information that is too personal to disclose.

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    • Ha, ha, sorry for your trouble. I was trapped the other day behind a middle-eastern woman in the “express lane” who wanted to barter the cost of a turnip. Go figure.

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    • I’ve read about protection from food-borne illnesses, apparently when Roman Emperor Tiberius would travel to sack countries, he’d bring barrels and barrels of sauerkraut with him. It wasn’t vinegar based kraut, but lacto-fermented. Apparently it helped keep intestinal problems away, though not sure if it can keep poop contamination at bay, though it might. Hand washing once you get home and avoiding crap filled food would also be a good idea. Yuck!!
      Making your own lacto-fermented food is pretty easy, just get cabbage, sea salt and water, a mason jar or other jar with tight fitting lid, shred and crush cabbage (about 2 TBSP sea salt per 1 normal cabbage head), add salt as you crush cabbage, make sure to leave an inch head space in jar, juice should also be in jar as well, then seal, leave at room temperature for about 3 days (less if it’s super hot out like 90-100 degrees), don’t open it and then once third day is over, you can eat it or put in fridge/cold storage.

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  2. Besides everything that is wrong in the UK, serving sh…… Is a way for the Muslimes to poison people. Hey, England you are next for the take over.! See why Clown Clooney moved back to the USA..

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    • I have to say that a common, perhaps true, saying is: “all the chefs in Hell are English”. It’s possible. The only way I survived there was by making sandwiches in my flat or eating at Greek or Italian restaurants.

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  3. It is not just items with bacon, I should have been clearer, these women vehemently complain about everything they order, it doesn’t let up. One would think that they would stop coming in, but it is an obvious scam, as the poor manager tries to please them. I think it is part of an overall theme to break down our way of life and order, creating discord in as many areas as possible.

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    • I get it. I see them from time to time. I saw one in a service station the other day screaming at her male companion in Arabic at the top of her lungs. Don’t let anybody tell you they’re docile.

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    • A relative of mine dated a guy from Pakistan (luckily, it didn’t work out). From what I observed, and what I was told, the guy seemed okay, though he was incredibly STUBBORN. His mother was apparently not very ‘friendly’, belligerent, and would steal all the hotel soaps, towels, etc when she got the chance. The guy apparently didn’t know how to cook and would ruin my relatives pots and pans when he would try to cook. All you can do is pray they drop their satanic religion and turn to God.

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      • It’s a good thing it didn’t work out. Usually they are like finding somebody who was raised by wolves in a cave. They hang onto their miserable ways even though they don’t work for them. There has to be more going on there.

        There is something about these men raging at their neighbors because they don’t run their lives by minority standards. It is clear that they think everyone around them must adhere to their belief system.

        If they’re so proud of what they left why leave?

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  4. Muslims should not work in any food industry. I wonder how safe are packaged or canned goods, even frozen foods.

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    • God forgive me, but I can’t help also wondering about Muslims in other public-service jobs, incl. dentists, doctors & surgeons. If students and staff in a Scotland university defecate in places outside of the toilet, then there is no guarantee that Muslims in supposedly professional occupations conform to our hygiene standards.
      https://fellowshipoftheminds.com/2017/06/20/muslims-in-scotland-university-defecate-in-showers-instead-of-toilets/

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      • Chobani yogurt products are made by slamics, owned by slamics, sold in many grocery stores across the USA.
        http://www.businessinsider.com/chobani-founder-accused-of-trying-to-choke-the-us-with-muslims-2016-11
        http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/08/10/twin-falls-refugee-rape-special-report-refugees/
        http://www.wnd.com/2016/01/yogurt-billionaire-hire-more-muslim-refugees/
        http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/08/25/turkish-chobani-owner-has-deep-ties-to-clinton-global-initiative-and-campaign/

        Imagine fresh off the boat “refugees” making your yogurt. With their left hands. And animosity towards Americans. Imagine the jihad they could wage when they make our food.

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        • I understand your concern, we too, avoid that brand like crazy and have for several months. Then, I see on one of the national TV programs, might have been 60 minutes, have a whole segment in the Chobani owner and how much good he is doing, yadda yadda yadda. Giving us, the people, a false sense of safety.
          You can’t let your guard down for one minute. We have no idea who is even washing the dishes. And yet, they are hired all over the civilized countries. Even the food we buy to prepare at home. Who picked it, who did or did not washed it, etc.

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      • Dr Eowyn . . . . pardon me for showing my prejudice, but I have to agree with you; I took someone to the Emergency Room recently, where they were attended by some middle Eastern man in some kind of head gear . . . . the first think that crossed my mind was, “Is it actually safe to have this person attend to my friend’s medical needs?” Yes, I know that does not sound very “PC” but we have been deluged in so many instances where even supposedly “educated” Muslimes were not able to comprehend safe practices, or choose to not adhere to safe hygiene practices. I think each person must for themselves choose to be safe, and if that means you don’t eat, or accept being attended by someone who may not choose to adhere to appropriate hygiene standards . . . then so be it! Better to “abstain” and be safe, than “partake” and become ill.

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      • I was once referred by my medical provider to one for a colonoscopy. I suppose that’s a “safe” profession for them. Sort of hard to contaminate you from that end (I think).

        Nevertheless, it was an experience. His practice looked like it would be right at home in New Delhi. There were legions of sick people wandering, hollow-eyed through his immense waiting room.

        He asked me if he knew me. I said “I don’t think so”. He kept eying me suspiciously like he thought I had assaulted his sister or something. He kept talking about life in his “village”.

        I was glad to see the backside (no pun intended) of him.

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        • Not to freak you out, but my doctor wanted me to have the same procedure also. Since I have an immune problem, I thought it best to start reading up, I found many doctors are not in favor and many call it a money making scam. Many are given kick backs for recommendations, etc. but what got me was, I found where upwards of 12% of the equipment used was not cleaned properly. And add the possibility of a perforation, I decided it wasn’t worth the risk. I do the fecal testing instead.

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          • You’re probably right but I just had my second one a couple of weeks ago. I think the same thing. Still, since I had cancer, they insisted that I do it. I don’t totally trust any of them. They do what they are told to do. Who really knows how effective it is?

            It is obvious that this is a big money maker. It isn’t too pleasant either.

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        • Actually, you can become very ill from a colonosopy or from duodenoscopes (or any invasive procedure for that matter).
          Just search engine “scopes” and “bacteria” or “scopes” and “infections”. I don’t recommend scopes of any kind unless you are near death because plenty of people have either become infected and/or died from improperly cleaned scopes. The medical industrial complex sells colonoscopy as some kind of panacea, which it is not.
          http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-olympus-scopes-infection-trial-20170614-story.html
          Dr. Mercola has videos and articles about the various problems with scope disinfection..not to mention the many occurrences of perforations.

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          • I wouldn’t argue with that. What I have come to discover, first hand, is how judgmental some become about these issues when it is someone else’ health.

            I have heard many stories about my cancer treatment. Yes, I could have just done nothing. I could have tried somebody’s alternative. Besides myself, I have others who depend on me as well and have opinions.

            I’m not ignorant of the risks associated with any of this nor am I a “true believer” in medicine as practiced. It is precisely because it is a business that it is suspect.

            When one has health insurance and a provider there is pressure to follow whatever “normative” measures there are. Doctors are not given to sticking their necks out. The safest thing for them to do is to follow established protocols. I’m quite sure that the medical business doesn’t mind making a profit from these.

            I actually lost friends over my experience. Everyone wanted to tell me what they would do if they were me. Frankly, that’s easy to do if it isn’t so.

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  5. Years ago when middle eastern young adults started coming here for the University in the 1970-80’s, I had a friend who rented out apartments. The Muslims didn’t know what a toilet was and would cut a hole in a corner through the carpet and flooring. They urinated and defecated in to the hole. Eventually, the poor folks in the apartment below would complain about the stench and wet coming through their ceiling. The manager would find the hole and try to educate the tenants while cleaning up the mess.

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  6. Remember Starbucks CEO pledged to hire 10,000 of these immigrants!

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  7. Muslims are an evil, filthy, degenerate form of life, more akin to a deadly virus than human beings. Anyone who interacts with them will always become contaminated in one way or another.

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  8. Spent over a month travelling in India where there are hundreds of millions of Muslims. The paper money had a fecal smell. Everyone in our tour group got intestinal ailments, treated by a British-trained doctor who charged $4 equivalent per patient. Medication charge per person was $6. Highlight was along Ganges near Varanasi where enormous crowds gathered daily bathing, swimming, drinking, and defecating in the river waters while watching riverside cremations going on 24/7. Our tour group went on a cruise along the river there. One woman noticed a “log” floating. Our guide corrected her. It was a body. If you don’t have $10 for cremation, your body gets thrown into the Ganges where crocodiles live on the bodies. Hell on earth. The future of the USA populated by multiracial mongrels.

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  9. There’s a very good reason for my refusal to travel to foreign countries: I would starve to death! I barely trust restaurants in this country nowadays. 😏

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    • Maryaha . . . you are so correct! Even among American born individuals, we have far too many who are ignorant of the necessity of washing their hands after using the restroom. It is disgusting to say the least.

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  10. Reblogged this on kommonsentsjane and commented:

    Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.

    A good example of this was my husband’s work place when the Middle East foreigners were being trained in the USA – proper toilet facilities were put in place on the work site. They removed the toilet facilities and threw them in the pasture and used only the hole in the room. You know the rest of the story.

    kommonsentsjane

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    • Do they have some jihad going against toilets? I thought they prided themselves on being so ‘clean’. Unless by ‘clean’ they mean something totally different. Ugh.

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      • I think they mean “ritually clean”.

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      • Exactly, chemtrailssuck. And, to think they declare dogs and cats as “unclean”. Muslims are nasty, gross and disgusting in their personal habits. They should be declared a universal health hazard with warnings to non muslims to avoid eating food prepared by them or skin to skin contact lest one become ill from E. coli and other diseases.

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      • From what I have read and seen, they pay more attention to cleaning their feet than their hands. Yuck.

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      • A literal hole in the floor with foot pads molded into the concrete around it is a very common “islamic toilet”. They use sand to clean their hands with afterwards, don’t know if cats taught them that or if the cats learned it from them. Not too many jihadists around these parts so far, but plenty of illegals from south of the border. The illegals don’t flush tp, they put it in the wastebasket if there is one, or toss it in a corner if no wastebasket is present. They learn to never flush tp in Mehico since their sewer system is ruined and the tp clogs them even more. Or at least that’s the story.

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  11. Kevin J Lankford

    I would hope that number of 142 represents the total number of people stupid enough to allow these nasty scum to cook any thing for them.

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  12. I confess to being amazed by the fact that, when they come here, they have no intention whatsoever of adjusting to the existing culture. It is hard to imagine someone thinking that theirs is superior.

    What I see is that everywhere they go they lower the standard of those around them. We naturally assume that, once they see how we do things, will adjust. They do not want that.

    So the next question is, why are they here? If they didn’t come for a better life, why did they come at all?

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    • “…why did they come at all?” I’m assuming that’s rhetorical 🙂

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      • Well, only partly. Either they are interested in having a cleaner, safer, nicer life, or they come because they want to destroy what we have. What other reasons could they have?

        We really need to understand that most of these people are not fleeing fighting. There are agents in their home countries telling them that they can have everything for free and rape all the white women they like.

        When they get here, they are contemptuous of the natives. The natives give food and shelter and they complain about it. They actually think they are superior.

        So, let them be superior at home. Any “leader” who participates in this New World Odor program is a traitor to their people.

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    • lophatt – You do know that they’re being PAID to come here right? It’s also another form of Jihad, to move to a foreign place and spread Islam. They’re not here because they want to become American or wherever they happen to be. They’re being paid large sums to come here, Maybe Trump has stopped it in the US. But here in Canadistan it continues – en masse! They even pay them 140k for the first kid they have here. Not to mention Special Welfare, free housing, lots of free credit (and yes I KNOW my wife works for a major financial institution) And we have the same issues here, cutting holes in floors, in the living room for a firepit, etc. It’s even illegal now to say anything about musllims here, new legislation. All ˆ can say is good luck because the flood continues……

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      • I have heard that, although it seems strange. I understand that Soros funds the trips and even supplies cell phones for them. I have not made a study as to the particulars of this.

        The culture dynamic can be bad. Many years ago my father-in-law rented a house to some Hmongs who started a fire in the phony fireplace and tried to raise livestock in the house. We had neighbors who moved into a rental, dug a hole in the backyard and roasted pigs in it.

        I still have the same questions, however. Paid or not. Surely they don’t expect that the culture they’re going to is going to adapt to them?

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    • This should bring you up to speed on what muslims want;
      Page 4:

      “Enablement of Islam in North America, meaning: establishing an effective and a stable Islamic Movement led by the Muslim Brotherhood which adopts Muslims’ causes domestically and globally, and which works to expand the observant Muslim base, aims at unifying and directing Muslims’ efforts, presents Islam as a civilization alternative, and supports the global Islamic State wherever it is.”

      Page 5:

      “…the Movement must plan and struggle to obtain “the keys” and the tools of this process in carry out [sic] this grand mission as a ‘Civilization Jihadist’ responsibility.”

      Page 7:

      “The process of settlement is a ‘Civilization-Jihadist Process’ with all the word means. The Ikhwan [Muslim Brotherhood] must understand that their work in America is a kind of grand jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers…”

      “[W]e must possess a mastery of the art of ‘coalitions’, the art of ‘absorption’ and the principles of ‘cooperation.’”
      https://clarionproject.org/muslim_brotherhood_explanatory_memorandum/

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  13. Goes to show you how backwards the sand fleas are in the year 2017, in a desert country, women clothed in black from head to toes only eyes showing and men wrapping their heads with a white rag and wearing long white nightgowns, I imagine zero soap, no deodorant no toilets, no toothpaste, under a tent, hanging around camels, and they want to conquer the world? be serious these cockroaches need to dig a hole in the desert sand jyst like cicadas but returning in 2000 years.

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  14. I wrote England off a long time ago, and I think it’s high time for the rest of the world to do the same: England—or at least its government—has become a Jonestown suicide cult that WILL NOT lift one finger to survive or advance its own self-defense.

    In the meantime, in addition to this restraunt monster, it turns out that this problem is spreading like wildfire in New York City’s doors, restraunts and other facilities. It’s not because people here are wiping their rear ends with their hands—it’s more subtle: More and more people—New Yorkers and visitors alike—are neglecting to WASH THEIR HANDS after using a bathroom. And it’s not necessarily from the toilet paper: Touch a handle or doorknob that was just used by someone who didn’t wash, and, presto, now you have the germs. It’s the same from holding a subway car pole, or a faucet in a washroom, or a railing, etc., etc.

    Failure to wash one’s hands thoroughly is the reason soda machines at fast food places are infected, also.

    So it always pays to practice good hygiene, and remember those “vehicles” or vectors of infection, and to keep one’s hands clean—and one’s fingers out of his mouth and away from his eyes.

    And I NEVER BUY ANY Halal food, in an effort to boycott these primitives. They’ll never get ONE CENT of my money!

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    • I liked England very much in the late ’60’s and early ’70’s. It was very civilized, almost no violent crime, and people had a great sense of humor. I would say that, if it can happen to England, it can happen any place.

      People were proud of their heritage. I am frankly amazed that they sat still for their political parasites selling the farm.

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      • Maybe if the people were allowed to own GUNS the outcome may have been different. But if I know if the Brits over there are like the ones we have in New York, then I’d say no.

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        • You’re right. It’s largely a cultural thing. But its born out of the certainty that their leaders will protect them and their way of life. How wrong they were.

          English common law is a beautiful thing. Our country was founded on it as well. It honors the dignity of the individual. It values freedom.

          These invasions are not organic. They are not the natural consequence of anything. They are deliberate and planned.

          To a large extent that is why they work. The victims do not want to believe this. They are making excuses for their enemies. In a sense, their enemies don’t exactly want to be enemies. They are pawns.

          It’s like throwing a group of hungry cannibals into a church social and locking the doors.

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    • Way way before this immigrant invasion, my mom always told us what to do to avoid nasty germ ridden bathrooms, wipe the toilet seat with paper, then put several sheets down before you sit, then afterwards, make sure to not touch anything and wash up, then grab a paper towel and turn off the knobs with the paper towel, and if needed use the towel to open the door out of the restroom. Nowadays it’s even more pertinent. Yowza!

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      • My mother taught us the same. I have observed plenty of those raised here in America not washing their hands after using the toilet in public restrooms. Sure, a small percentage may not have been raised here, but not the rest. When I’m in my stall and realize someone is leaving the restroom without washing their hands, it’s all I can do to keep from saying, “Wash Your Hands!!”. The older I get, the more emboldened I become. One day, I’m just going to blurt it out and then there’ll be no stopping me. They can get mad. I don’t care……..i’m in a locked stall and I don’t think anyone would hang around long enough to wait for me to come out of the bathroom to yell at me or physically attack me. My goal is to embarrass them into washing their hands.

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      • I know someone who won’t touch shopping carts without using a disinfectant wipe or wearing gloves.
        My great aunt refused to go out (she had to take public transport to and from work in Rome back in the 30s and 40s) without wearing gloves. People thought she was exaggerated, but it made/makes sense. When I’m out and I have to open a door, I try to use one finger if it opens outward and if it opens inward, I use my foot on the kickplate whenever possible or I lean against it with my (clothed) arm. My husband laughs at me but he has already eaten his peck of dirt. 🙂

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        • It is wise to be careful. Using too much disinfectant isn’t good either. Washing one’s hands in a laboratory and then pushing the door open with them isn’t smart. I keep the paper towel in my hand, use that, and pitch it on the way out.

          I worked with an engineer once who saw me do that and said “you can’t catch germs off of stainless steel”. I just stared at him in wonder.

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  15. At least that restaurant was located next to a pharmacy. O.k., horrible joke. Now, no joke: Merkel, royals, and all others of that global diversity power ilk and imposing it on all but themselves must employ only such invaders in their homes and dine only in germ distribution facilities such as Khyber Pass. It is an old and wise truth, never invade Afghanistan, home of the Khyber Pass; it is a great misuse of lives, money, and time, and victory is never achieved. Many of the Power Elite (a term used by Dr. Dennis Cuddy) have objectives not shared by others.

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  16. Um, as icky as that photo of the guy washing at the public water-fountain is… this isn’t unique to Muslims. I live in Rome, where that photo clearly was taken (I recognize that type of water-fountain), and homeless people wash at them all the time. That includes lots of homeless Slavs and Italians too, who use the street as a toilet. Rome is FULL of people like this, it’s out of control.

    In fact, these aren’t really “water-fountains” in the drinking-only sense of the term; they are public sources of water for anybody and anything. many Romans sponge-wash their cars at them, construction-workers rinse out their dirty buckets at them, when you’re out walking your dog you let him drink at them, etc. It’s a public, free source of water.

    I’m not defending dirty Muslims, don’t get me wrong–but fyi, this is not a good example.

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    • For what its worth, I read the other day that San Francisco has to pressure wash the poop off the sidewalks in front of the federal courthouse. Having lived there once-upon-a-time, that’s hard to believe.

      We are going backward.

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      • It is all true about SF and even worse than you can imagine. The whole town smells like human poop, everywhere you go.

        I lived there until just recently and there is an incident with my own two eyes, rushing to work from Muni Powell Street subway station, down the sidewalk of Market Street toward the Ferry Building direction and turning right onto New Montgomery, with a large BofA bank building sitting there on the corner.

        This was before hours and no guards were on duty yet, people rushing to work, streets full, everyone in a hurry.

        A disheveled looking man with long straggly hair, looked like a homeless version of Rasputin, was on the corner where the BofA sits and quickly pulled down his pants and then leaned up against some poles and stands sticking up along the curb.

        And he pooped and then without wiping, pulled up his pants and just left it there on the edge of the sidewalk.

        The best part – NOBODY said a word. No police, no people, no guards, no passerby’s. People tried not to see it at the red light waiting for the cross walk sign.

        But that is how it is. People try to ignore what is happening and as a result, it happens all over town, in broad daylight, including the tourist, shopping and business district areas.

        It’s a nightmare and it’s gross, but it’s true. SF is a huge toilet and in more ways than just that.

        The stories I could tell. I have dozens, some sad, some sick, some disgusting, but none of them very good in the Christian sense of the word.

        SF. That is one city that is at the center of pure evil here on earth.

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      • They’re also rusting the street light poles from peeing on them. Apparently all the illegals just use the streets as their public bathroom. We went there in the early 90’s and it was beautiful. I shudder to think of what it’s like now. So much for ‘inclusion’. I wouldn’t welcome a dog that’s not house broken into my house, so why’s it so different with our country?

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      • Going backward? But this is what the libs call progress!

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    • I recently watched a youtube video of people on the street in Italy being interviewed about the invasion. To a person, in no uncertain terms, they basically said, the following:

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    • @Rome ex-pat:

      Do Rome’s homeless also “wash” their anus with their hand instead of with toilet paper, like this Muslim?

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  17. Now who WOULDN’T want to eat a sh*t-kebab and get their colon to ‘pass’ 20 lbs of diarrhea at Khyber?
    They need to tell them that a water fountain is NOT a bidet.
    Start selling wine everywhere, put it into the public water supply too. Maybe that’ll make them go back to where they came from.

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  18. And to think they believe pigs are unclean. 🙂

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    • weezy, You are correct. Pigs waddle in mud to rid off ticks, fleas, pigs raised at home are the cleanest animals. They love to be bathed and pampered, and very loyal.

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  20. What is really the sad thing in all the above….we are making it so very easy for them to contaminate us and to take over our cities and countries.
    And no one is pushing back.
    They have told us they will take our country, since they have destroyed theirs, and we say okay, no problem.

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  21. Soldier friends (of an acquaintance of mine), who went to the Middle East, told me Muslims STINK.

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  22. Ignorance by definition is the lack of knowledge. How with all we know about these filthy animals do we continue to frequent their disgusting establishments?

    Answer…the fear of being called a racist. I am a grown man and as such you can call me whatever you like because I’m not a weepy prepubescent girl and your opinion of me means not one damn thing.

    The truth of the matter is we are a white Christian nation and because of this we enacted health and safety standards to protect our people and to build the most competent society the world has ever known.

    Now however we have allowed fringe groups and insane liberals to begin deconstructing all we’ve achieved. And for what, the slavish devotion to multiculturalism and political correctness?

    We have been afforded a chance to reclaim what is inherently ours, what will we do with this one in a lifetime opportunity? Will we cower in the face of name calling and lies? Will we allow our nation to fall and our children to suffer because of our cowardice?

    I don’t believe that we will. I believe in the fighting spirit that made us the strongest and most prosperous nation on God’s green earth. This means we must sacrifice. This means we must risk all we have in order to preserve what we have been given.

    Lastly, the American dream is not about home ownership. Millions upon millions of our people did not come here for that. They came here to give their children a chance to have what they did not, freedom and the chance to be happy and prosperous. That is the TRUE American dream, a better life for our progeny.

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  23. What health hazard is NOT common to Islam?

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  24. Lots of apologies here. I consider myself a “reality rascist” Change the wording, change the narrative, Shake people out of their fear No need to apologize as they take our daughters and granddaughters for breeding. Gods speed all

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  25. Reblogged this on disturbeddeputy and commented:

    Coming to America soon…

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  26. MUSLIMES are very abusive towards women. We have seen them beating their wives and daughters killing them, they are savages, to them women are objects to impregnate, the real women for them are the virgins in their heaven. And to think some American born women are now embracing hell’s doctrine.

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  27. the PC world has become the EC world…E. Coli

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  28. I am alarmed at what is happening in Tracy California. I know it is a farming community, and used to visit friends in the 1980s and early 1990s. I have seen scary changes here in Southern California in the Los Angeles , OC and Riverside area. We are in big trouble here and no one is paying attention as far as I can see. I am very very worried. In less than 5 years it will be unlivable here if the current trends continue.

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