We are being tricked into violating our own principles and buying halal meats.

This is a big deal. Western civilization had to spend centuries developing technology as well as social awareness to get to the level where we have strict laws for the humane treatment of farm animals.
If an exception is to be made for religious groups, and I most earnestly believe there should not be, then at least the products should be labelled so that those buying it are aware that the meat they are looking has been slaughtered in a way of enormous cruelty to the animal, and had some, Islamic-conduit-to-the-imaginary chanting Arabic over it at the time.

The right to know what you are buying is basic. Triply so with food. Ask where you shop if the meat is halal, and refuse it if it is. We cannot allow this shyster like Pascal’s wager to be played on us, where producers figure that if all meat is Halal then they do not lose any of their market share. They have to know that the cost of Islamification of the west, as well as abandoning all civilized rules for agriculture and animal husbandry, is the loss of the business of we poor kuffar.

About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

7 Replies to “We are being tricked into violating our own principles and buying halal meats.”

  1. I would refuse all Halal products on principle, as so should everyone. But, cattle killed Kosher are killed the same way, with their throats slit, rather than a .22 to the head.

    Most pigs are killed the traditional way. They are stuck in the throat with a very sharp knife, while they are hanging upside down. They bleed to death, screaming their fool head off. They are passed through a wall of fire, to singe off all their hair, and then they are gutted.

    I worked on the kill floor, the summer I was 14.

  2. Western civilization also spent centuries developing just laws, including those governing slaughter house rules. No exceptions to these should be made for any religious group.

  3. There is one more thing to Eeyore’s opening comment in this post, which has been made by Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, and that is the fact that making halal-only food in Western societies, as seen in places from school cafeterias to the full “halalization” of food in the UK, is the imposition of sharia law by stealth. That point was made by Ms Sabaditsch-Wolff in broader comments showing, dead accurately, that any such kind of accommodation of mahoundian demands in Western societies, or changes in which the civilized world ends up adapting to the barbarism of its mahoundian invaders, can also be classified as sharia-compliance.

  4. I have repeatedly attempted to get an answer from Tesco on the sales and labeling of Halal (and Kosher, lets be fair) produce. Please see below.

    Complete blank thus far. I am angry.

    Dear Sir

    I am very happy to see you have won planning permission for a new store in Norfolk.

    May I please have an answer to the below?. Your reticence is significantly at variance to your nomal level of public relations.

    a Jones

    —– Original Message —–
    From: a jones
    To: [email protected]
    Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2010 10:49 PM
    Subject: Fw: Halal produce

    Dear Sir

    I am re-sending this as I have not, as yet, recieved a reply.

    Would you please be kind enough to provide an answer to my query?

    Yours

    Andrew Jones

    —– Original Message —–
    From: a jones
    To: [email protected]
    Sent: Friday, October 08, 2010 10:58 PM
    Subject: Halal produce

    Dear Sir/Ma’am

    As a frequent customer of Tesco over the years I would be grateful if you could kindly inform me what percentage of your sale of meat produce is halal in origin and whether all halal produce is thus marked in order to make an informed choice of purchase.?

    I am assuming that Tesco takes animal welfare as an issue of serious consideration.

    Although not, by any means, a vegetarian I would NOT want to consume meat derived from an inhumane form of slaughter. (this would also apply to Kosher derived produce).

    Thank you kindly for your time.

    Dr A Jones

  5. It has been claimed by another supermarket that the subsequent handling of the meat means that it is not halal. However, in a letter exchange I persisted and suggested that if they could instead label the meat “offered to the god Allah” customers could have the choice and that they would have given suffiencent information to thier Christian customers who abhor the idea of purchasing meat that has been offered to the god Allah who lives in a big black cube called the Kabba. I explained that the word Kabba means cube. I should have explained that it is also a former house of idolatry having housed hundreds of idols at one stage. Indeed one for each of the year. Anyway, I digress. I urge everyone to write to the supermarkets and make some of these points. Keep it polite and sensitive as these brainwashed manager type people will tolerate no remark however slight against the favourite people of the elite: the muslims.

  6. This is scary, no store would think of marketing kosher meat without telling the public, but they will sell halal without telling the non Moslems. This is worse them what Orwell wrote about in 1984.

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