Fruit gum company Katjes here do a brilliant trick: letting Muslim customers know that their products are “halal”, without saying the actual word; as the word “halal” is increasingly anathema to the Germans. From their new 2018 campaign:
First this terrifying video from Rebel Media from July, 2016:
Secondly, one of the most widely read articles Vlad ever did. An original translation by Bear, from a French veterinarian about the health issues connected to Halal slaughter and why.
And last, something I have been looking to find for some time now.
There is an app that will let you identify halal certified foods that doesn’t add your personal information to an Islamic organization’s data base. Its called Buycott.
Below is the logo from the various application sources. You install, and select OTHER in the campaigns tab and one of the options is boycott halal, which does have many thousands of registered users. You then have to ID yourself with either Facebook (bad idea) or an email which means you can use any email you can access but doesn’t have to have your name. Gmail addresses are pretty much impossible to trace I am told.
I have no personal experience with this yet, but plan to try it out the next couple of weeks at the places I typically buy food stuffs. Here is hoping its all good.
This is a difficult one to introduce. I was told initially that this is Macron’s go-to muslim for all matters islamic. But can’t find a link to that easily, possibly because I do not speak French.
But I did find that he is head of an organization that looks like its running a pretty typically variation of the halal extremist scam. The trick is, to get the authority to take massive amounts of money from the halal food racket, use it to build mosques to spread Islam and avoid all obstacles to the process, in fact even have the government grease the wheels for you in a nation which is officially and legally secular, by claiming its all an effort to keep out ‘Islamistism extremism.’
He also appears to be “head of the observatory against Islamophobia”.
And here is what he has to say about assimilating into French culture on French TV:
German news article about how the Merkel Government is instructing the media on how to report on Islam, translated by Ava Lon with much thanks!
Frankfurt am Main – The journalist Volker Siefert (Frankfurt am Main) practiced a sharp criticism of a planned event, organized by the Federal Ministry of the Interior, together with Islamic associations for chief editors.
As he writes in a commentary under the heading “Heile-Islam-World-Workshop in the Ministry of the Interior” in the magazine of the German journalist association “Journalist” (Remagen), the member associations of the German Islam Conference demanded of Thomas de Maizière (CDU) a course “in which chief editors of all relevant media in Germany should learn how to correctly report on Islam”.
He said it was going to be on the ministry’s premises in early 2017 and had been developed by the Ministry of the Interior and Islamic associations: “This is what the associations have created what lobbyists otherwise dream of: namely, that the state intervenes in the process of opinion formation, about something that is directly discussed with the media’s responsible leaders. “
Siefert: A minister cannot give tuition lessons to journalists [how they should write]
The action is downplayed by the Ministry of the Interior as “perfectly normal”. Siefert: “If this were normal, the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology would have organized a workshop on a” workplace-friendly “reporting in the Diesel affair together with the car industry.” The state has to keep out of lobbying: “A minister isn’t allowed to act as co-organizer (neither for a group nor for a person) together with a group of interests to provide tutoring lessons for journalists.”
Siefert works as a freelance journalist for, among other things, Hessischer Rundfunk (HR) and is primarily concerned with Islamic motivated extremism. In 2006, the then interior minister Wolfgang Schäuble (CDU) wanted to create the “institutional framework for dialogue between people of Muslim faith and representatives of all levels of our community” with the German Islam Conference.
Ten umbrella organizations, including the Turkish-Islamic Union of the Institute for Religion (DITIB), the Central Council of Muslims in Germany and the Alevit Community Deutschland (all in Cologne), are participating in the project.
H/T Gates of Vienna
Volunteers of Q Society of Australia will hand out free shopping bags this Saturday 31st August, at selected supermarkets around the country. The bags, which state “Halal certification schemes fund mosques, madrassas and jihad,” are designed to generate discussion amongst Australian consumers.
While the re-usable shopping bags are free of charge, the imprint and info material in each bag alerts consumers that halal certification schemes are not free and have developed into a hidden Islamic goods and services tax.
Q Society’s spokesman Andrew Horwood points out: “Halal food itself is not of concern. Nearly all our food is naturally permissible to Muslims and observant Muslims can make food of unknown origin halal by proclaiming ‘bismillah’ over the food before eating. What is of concern for Australians are the recently invented certification schemes, designed to permeate the supply chain from feeding trough to super market shelf, including non-food goods and services.”