Vlad TepesÂ decided to check to see what Kosher products and halal products Cadbury offers.
CadburyÂ take a look!
They are going to end up banning everything Â leaving us with no identity. Take away our traditions and Islam will fill the vacuum:
Alabama Elementary School Bans Using ‘Easter’ in Egg Hunt, Bunny
USA: Easter egg hunts aren’t inclusive, but wearing hedjabs shows awareness and dispels stereotypes—Who needs Easter Egg Hunts when you got Islam & hijaab already?
“Just trying to make sure we respect and honor everybody’s differences”–Â principal Lydia Davenport
School Bans the Word “Easter”Â (Moonbattery)
Let this brave educator ban such words as “Ramadan.”How about banning the Â “jihad”. And while we are at it, let’s also ban “da’awa”. Â And “sharia”.
It’s that time of year again â€” time for moonbats to defend the progressive agenda from the menace posed by Easter. At a government school in Madison, Alabama, the very word has beenÂ banned:
“We had in the past a parent to question us about some of the things we do here at school,” said Heritage Elementary School principal Lydia Davenport. “So we’re just trying to make sure we respect and honor everybody’s differences.”
It will also be forbidden to refer to Easter eggs as “Easter eggs” â€” all for the sake ofÂ diversity, which can be defined as rigidly intolerant adherence to doctrinaire liberalism.
This has to stop. It’s the Islamic protection Â racket. Moolah for jihad and the spread of Islamic imperialism.
This is not “creeping” Sharia any longer, this is “galopping” Sharia. We are forced to finance the Islamisation of our Western Judeo-Christian and Humanities cultures, because make no mistake this money does not go towards the betterment of any non-muslim.
Halal Easter eggs and cat food: where big money meets religionÂ SMH.com (Pamela Geller)
Cadbury will sell a mountain of chocolates this Easter, as it does every Easter. It has been careful to make sure that its products are certified as halal, even though it is not necessary.Â Hundreds of companies in Australia do the same. Halal certification has become a big business.
The essence of halal is that any food is forbidden to Muslims if it includes blood, pork,Â alcohol, the flesh of carnivores or carrion, or comes from an animal which has not been slaughtered in the correct manner, which includes having its throat slit. Food labelled as halal invariably involves the payment of a fee. It does not extend to chocolate but Cadbury lists 71 products which are halal, ranging from Dairy Milk to Freddo frogs to Red Tulip chocolates. The website also states: ”We do not have any kosher-certified products.”
”Cadbury also pay for halal certification on the Easter product range, even though Easter is a Christian celebration and nothing to do with Islam,”Â says Kirralie Smith, who runs a website called Halal Choices. The website lists 340 companies in Australia that pay for halal certification, includingÂ Coles, Woolworths, Aldi, Franklins, Kellogg’s, MasterFoods, Nestle and even Kraft’s Vegemite.
Halal Choices has received more than 250,000 visits since Smith, a Christian activist, created the website two years ago toÂ draw attention to the incremental extension of shariaÂ into Australian culture.
”[Cadbury has] a standard letter to people who complain about their halal certification which says they have been assured the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils [which issues halal certifications] are not involved in any illegal activity,” Smith said. ”They might want to explain the $9 million in fraud involving the Malek Fahd school.”
(Last year the Malek Fahd Islamic School in Sydney was ordered to repay $9 million in state funding which the state and federal governments said had been illegally transferred to the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils. A federal government audit also questioned numerous payments made to AFIC by Islamic colleges in Canberra, Brisbane and Adelaide.)
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If you are still under the illusion that we have a choice, you go and look for any non-halal certified cheese, or smoked salmon etc. and increasing etc.
I will certainly not buy any Halal infested product, which considerably limits my choice of products in a soi-disant “free” country where the muslim population represents only 2 %. I will now buy imported smoked salmon (the only non halal infected smoked salmon available here in Australia) – and that even if it’s more often than not “kosher”. Because at least the Jews are not forcing their religion onto us and Kosher products are not crowding out other Australian products as do Halal products.
Cadbury should be ashamed to not only aggressively promote islam but to even indulge in racist and anti-semitic politics by stating on their website: ”We do not have any kosher-certified products.”
“We will conquer the world through the halal movement”
In 2010, the mufti of Bosnia-Herzegovina Mustafa Ceric, a Muslim Brotherhood leader in Europe, has evoked this project of Islamic conquest in a speech given in Islamabad (Pakistan) at the Global Halal Congress – Reported by theÂ Daily MailÂ (Islamabad) and archived byÂ GMBDR
“We will conquer Europe, we will conquerÂ America!”
Excerpt of a speech given in 1995 by Youssef Qaradawi, the Muslim Brotherhood spiritual guide, at a convention organized by the Muslim Arab Youth Association (MAYA) in Toledo (Ohio) – Archived byÂ Investigative Project
“It should be us, with our understanding of Islam, our principles, colonizing positively theUnited States of America”
Excerpt of a speech given in July 2011 by Tariq Ramadan in front of the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) in Dallas (TX) – Transcript byÂ Point de Bascule