The Evil of Halal

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34 Responses to The Evil of Halal

  1. The slaughter method is the same as Kosher. A number of nations require pre-cut stunning of the animal.

    • Bacon says:

      No, it isn’t. The two are entirely different. The ONLY thing they have in common is the lack of pre-stunning.

      • No stunning and a cut to the throat. The only difference is the words said. Both should be banned in the West along with ALL circumcisions of minors.

        • Bacon says:

          You simply repeated yourself Chris, and you don’t know what you’re talking about. No words are said in kosher slaughter. I have personally witnessed both types of slaughter up close, and the two have nothing in common.

          If you want to ban circumcision, which would violate the First Amendment, then you not only hate Jews, you also hate the Lord, who commanded Abraham to circumcise himself, his household, and his descendants.

          You do realize that Jesus was circumcised, don’t you?

          • Travis says:

            What is it with religious nutjobs and their obsession with genital mutilation?

            • Bacon says:

              I dunno Travis, never met one. If I ever meet a religious nutjob I’ll ask ’em for ya.

              In the meantime, maybe you can tell me what’s with all the irreligious nutjobs who seem to have issues with their neighbors’ private beliefs and choices?

  2. Martinez Alex says:

    I used to work for a Custom Slaughter as a teen. We always dispatched beef cattle, hogs and goats with a 22lr right between the eyes. It would drop them instantly. This is plain barbaric torture.

  3. De Oppresso Liber says:

    Gruesome

  4. ZombieDawg says:

    That’s torture and pure animal cruelty.
    Fuck Islam and their bullshit.
    Wonder how the RSPCA and even PETA lets this happen. Don’t ever recall seeing anything from them expressing condemnation.

  5. TEA says:

    PETA won’t touch this with a 10′ pole because they’d have to go after kosher slaughter as well. Speaking of kosher, did you know just about everything you buy in the grocery store pays a kosher certification tax? Guess Halal tax will be next.

    • Bacon says:

      That is not only not true, you got it backwards. Here are the facts:

      (1) Kosher certification is voluntary, (2) only items with a symbol printed on them are certified, hardly “just about everything”, (3) kosher certification includes no tax, the only fee is compensation for the time spent on supervision, (4) in most cases, the kosher supervisor not only inspects but usually also assists wth some of the work, particularly cleaning work.

      In contrast, (5) halal is usually coerced, rather than voluntary, (6) there is hardly any inspection or supervision performed, the fee is merely for the “right” to be certified (with or without a symbol on the package), (7) the halal fee, called “zakat”, is in fact an actual “tax”, mandated under sharia law, and (8) the 2.5% zakat tax funds islamic organizations, including terror organizations such as the muslim brotherhood.

      In addition to this, (9) halal is not required for a muslim to eat but kosher is required for an observant Jew to eat, (10) halal confers no benefits to any non-muslim, however (11) kosher guarantees a high level of cleanliness to any consumer, whether Jewish or not, and (12) the kosher standards are significantly stricter than government standards so there is a net benefit to non-Jews who eat kosher certified foods.

      Finally, peta are totally against kosher slaughter. As leftists, they are generally also against Jews. It is muslims rather than Jews who generally get a pass from the left. Try doing a bit of reading before you spout off, when you obviously don’t know a thing about the topic.

      • TEA says:

        What a load of crap. It’s difficult to find items in the store without kosher certification. Even things like bottled water to dish soap. These fees are passed on to the consumer, involuntarily. As a food producer if you don’t pay the cert fees, you don’t get your products on the grocery store shelves. This bullshit should be prosecuted under RICO.
        https://twitter.com/KosChertified

        • Rob says:

          I’ve never seen one. I went on line, a k inside a circle? Not on any of the food in my house….

        • Bacon says:

          Good. I’m glad that my Jewish American friends have the same dietary choices as everyone else. And since the government inspectors don’t do much, I”m glad that my food is being so carefully inspected before it’s processed and packaged. Makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

          (Actually, you’re full of it. I help an elderly Jewish neighbor with her shopping and I know how hard it is to find kosher items for her. Most items in the grocery store are not kosher.)

          Bottled water is inspected under a microscope to ensure that copepods have been filtered out, and since most bottled water is pasteurized the equipment is inspected for cleanliness since it’s usually also used for other beverages.

          Dish soap is made from fats, so the ingredients are inspected to their source.

          All kinds of fees are attached to everything you buy in your daily life, and every one of them is involuntary. That’s simply the way economics works. At least for this tiny fee, (which is generally a fraction of a penny per item, except for meat cheese and wine) you are getting some value: Cleaner food production facilities. Ingredients inspected for purity. Fewer insects in your canned vegetables. Etc.

          There is ZERO truth to your assertion about producers not getting products onto grocery store shelves. We live in a capitalist system, and markets work. That means items are certified if there is sufficient consumer demand for it and not certified if there isn’t. No basis for a RICO charge there.

          I looked through that twatter account and read the underlying website. Completely stupid, lots of obviously incorrect information. If that’s what you’re relying on, then no wonder your comments make so little sense.

      • Just a Chemist says:

        I appreciate that you handle is “Bacon”
        ;)

  6. tripseven says:

    Those animals must have been infidels…oh wait, that label is reserved for humans; particularly those of the Western culture that reject islam…

  7. ChuckN says:

    And where’s PETA in all this? The same place the Gaystapo, the hardcore feminazis and proto-Stalinists are; in a giant circle-jerk saying how the rest of us are bigots and know nothing of islam and muslims.

  8. Arc says:

    Probably happening all over the USA too. COOL (country of origin labeling) was repealed AFAIK and while some people are suing to bring it back, its up to citizens to read the label. Of course fast food or any meats that you haven’t seen a label for should be assumed to be foreign meats.

    All the labels here still voluntarily say USA.

  9. Mike_C says:

    That part about “you’ve probably eaten halal meat without knowing it”?

    Sikhs are forbidden to eat halal meat (in general, there are sub-sects that ignore this). So to serve/sell halal meat to a Sikh without informing him of its provenance is at the least very disrespectful, probably as bad as deliberately serving non-halal meat (under the guise of halal) to an observant Muslim, and perhaps as bad as serving pork to a Muslim or Jew who takes this sort of thing seriously.

    People do take this sort of thing very seriously. My father tells me of having to subdue a Turkish Army officer back when he was a grad student at Major Midwestern University in the early 1950’s. So dad was at this group dinner at the International Students’ Union one night, and they were all seated at long banquet tables after serving themselves buffet style. This Turk was seconded from the Turkish Army to earn a masters degree in engineering, which is how my dad knew him and ended up sitting next to him. Another student sitting across the table handed the Turk a small plate of sliced meat, saying, “I think you’ll like this!” with a wink. So the Turk ate the meat and declared it quite tasty. The student laughed, saying, “See, you DO like pork! That was pig you just ate!”

    The Turk blanched, snatched up his knife and began to lunge across the table at the guy who slipped him the pork. But on hearing the word “pig” dad was primed, and grabbed the Turk’s wrist with both his hands before the lunge was fully launched. They upset the table in the struggle. A couple other students dogpiled the struggling Turk, dad still hanging on to the knife hand. At that point the poor Turk let go the knife and began to weep. Blubbering, he declared that his dietary indiscretion meant that he no longer had hope of attaining heaven. The pork monger was shaken but trying to play it cool, and made some smirking comments about “ignorant superstition” and “no harm done” and such like. Dad was furious (despite really not liking Islam — Han Chinese purely hate the “Muslim trouble makers” in the western part of China) and told the pork monger, “You of all people should know better. And I should have let him stab you.” It was NOT a good day for international relations.

    I’m sure someone will be along to explain how the Turkish officer’s theology was incorrect, or something, but that’s NOT the point. The point is you don’t deliberately fuck with a man’s beliefs for no good reason (much less for amusement) so long as he is not making trouble for you or yours.

    • Bacon says:

      Yep, I really, really don’t like islam, but he SHOULD have let him stab him!

    • Nemo says:

      “you don’t deliberately fuck with a man’s beliefs for no good reason” Really?

      Putting the shoe on the other foot, why do Muslims insist that Christians and people from other religions renounce their faith and convert to Islam or be killed? Isn’t that fucking with a man’s beliefs for no good reason?

      Black Jack Pershing had the right idea about Muslims.

      • Mike_C says:

        Yes, really. And I agree, of course forced conversion is fucking with a man’s beliefs for no justifiable reason. I am against it, in case that wasn’t clear.

        To get all ‘spergy on you, actually it’s convert, die, OR accept dhimmitude. To be a dhimmi is to live under Muslim “protection” literally paying special “taxes” which are of course protection money, and accepting a second-class role with limited rights.

        Incidentally, the part I left out in dad’s story is that the “pork monger” was a Jewish student. (That’s why the “you of all people” remark dad made.) Aggressively secular and non-observant but nevertheless made sure everyone knew about his heritage. Dad always figured he hung around the foreign students because the other Jews couldn’t stand him.

        Me, I wasn’t there obviously, but I think it wasn’t just because Pork Monger was an asshole. I suspect the guy was an early version of the Barbara Lerner Spectre disease. (for those not in the know, look her up on YouTube) Also from what I gather, the Turk was Muslim, but not an Islamist, if you take my meaning. He was after all a Turkish Army officer and this was less than 20 years after the death of Kemal Ataturk. Ataturk was a nationalist who wanted Turkey to be a representative democracy, and NOT a caliphate. An Islamist would not have been selected for advancement and sent out both to earn a Western degree and to represent the service. To this day the Turkish Army stands for Turkey as a nation-state, and not for Islam, which is one reason Erdogan has been purging military officers.

  10. Robert the Biker says:

    This is supposed to be banned in the UK, but with the shit of islame being untouchable, who knows? One of the other things you can do of course, is eat pork; no halal there! Also, look in any fast food place for the halal approved sign, if its there, walk out, preferably AFTER ordering a big takeaway so they lose money!

  11. jack says:

    For most of human history, this was the most humane way to slaughter an animal. I don’t know when slaughter houses started using guns, but I doubt it’s been more than 120 years.

    • Oswald bastable says:

      Stunning was often done with a sledgehammer.

    • Bacon says:

      The Model Abbatoir Society was founded in 1882.
      The captive bolt pistol was invented in Germany in 1903.
      The Humane Slaughter Association started in 1911 and it took them about a decade to begin to popularize mechanical stunning.
      The Slaughter of Animals Act passed in 1933.

  12. Gryphon says:

    I Recall that many Years ago, the newspaper ‘Washington Post” ran an article which recounted a jewish rabbi admitting that the whole “kosher foods” thing was a Scam; that because there were enough jews in Food Distribution and Marketing (retail Grocery) that (((they))) would Refuse to Buy anything unless the Food Producer paid the “Tax”. I’ve seen even Recently a “kosher” Mark on a box of Aluminum Foil… so don’t tell me it’s not another $cam for $hekel$ to Rip Off the ‘goyim’.
    As for the Inhumanity of ‘halal’ and ‘kosher’ Slaughter of Animals, it is a Perfect Example of how the ((($nake$))) Control this government, as it would be ‘kosher’ Lawyers screaming “Naziracistantisemite” at anyone at all who points this out and tries to make the “Law” apply to (((them))).

    • Bacon says:

      Bullshit. Provide a link. If such an article even existed, most likely that “rabbi” was a Reform vegetarian, simply talking smack.

      There is no “tax” involved, there is a fee for inspection and certification, same as any other contractual licensing agreement.

      There is good reason for having a mark on aluminum foil — it is often coated with a thin layer of oil and the mark certifies the oil used.

  13. Johno says:

    McDonald’s restaurants (yeah, thanks a fucking lot America) in Australia no longer will cook bacon for their breakfast lines on the grilling hotplates, but rather they heat it in a microwave oven so it is limp and greasy, before then adding it to a customer’s food order.

    Why so? Because the fucking Moslems complain that their food could become ‘unclean’ if cooked on the same hotplate, despite any cleaning or separation of the cooking meats. They claim they will boycott McDonald’s if not catered for this way, so the restaurant chain sucks Moozie dick.

    So they have the choice of providing crispy bacon for other (cool) customers, or happy goat-fuckers and Jewboys (hey, I’m not just picking on Islam, you think I’m some kinda racist?) staying away in droves, thereby then not having to pay for Halal or Kosher certification. And the dopey fucks cannot see the easier path!

    • crazyeighter says:

      That’s because Mickey D’s has figured out you cool customers won’t be lopping heads off the counter staff no matter how shitty your bacon is.

      • Johno says:

        Well yeah, there is logic to embracing multiculturalism in that sense. Earlier Moslem immigrants here in the 19th and early 20th century assimilated just fine, while retaining their religious identities. Matter of fact, better Aussies than me have been, and are devout Moslems, without needing to prove their dedication to the one true God by brutally murdering non-believers.
        I respect Jewish and Moslem abhorrence of pork products, it means all the more bacon for me!

    • Bacon says:

      Those muslims who complain know damn well that nothing in McD’s is halal. They don’t care about that, it’s merely a way to demand submission.

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