by Jack Cade
Exactly what does ‘Halal’ mean? In terms of food it means that particular food has been slaughtered or prepared in accordance political/religious ritual as required by ‘Sharia Law’. Although, there is not much ritual in slitting an animals throat and leaving it to thrash about the slaughterhouse floor in terror and pain as it bleeds to death.
What does ‘Sharia’ mean? According to the Islamic ideological hierarchy it is the whole system by which Muslims are required to abide. Islam is not the “peaceful religion” as they would have you believe, but a whole ideological system that includes law and justice, both criminal and civil. As such, according to the Islamics, it regulates personal and moral conduct. It also has cruel consequences should followers of Islam step outside the dictates of Sharia.
That Islamics have the audacity to speak of moral conduct is laughable. They are so devoid of a moral conscience that they see nothing untoward in stoning women to death or having sexual relations with children as young as nine year of age, or the genital mutilation of children as young as six years of age, or killing a pregnant woman because she doesn’t want to become a Muslim, or shooting a girl in the face because she wants to go to school. All such incidents have assailed our senses in recent media.
This reverse ‘morality’ extends also to the cruel and disgusting manner in which they slaughter animals for private consumption and the Australian government allows them to do it, but if you or I slaughtered animals in such a manner we would end up paying heavy fines at best or being given a stint in prison.
Arrogant Muslims who sell ‘Halal Certification’ spits in the face of Australians when he brags that it has made him a millionaire and we are going to eat ‘Halal’ food whether we like it or not, as can be seen in the accompanying YouTube clip: http://www.halalchoices.com.au/what_is_halal.html. He will even tell you that bottled water is to be ‘Halal’. However, he doesn’t tell you that Australian made products other than food, such as cat food, are being pressured by Islamics flogging ‘Halal Certification’. https://www.facebook.com/BH.Australia
What that arrogant self-proclaimed and gloating millionaire doesn’t want to tell you is that Australian companies who fall into their web are made to sign a document preventing them from disclosing to the Australian public that their products are now covered by ‘Halal Certification’.
Now why don’t they want us to know that? Because, ‘Halal’ Certification’ is nothing more than a Muslim tax deceptively and dishonestly imposed upon Australians and is used in part to support the push to have Sharia law introduced in Australia. There are those that believe that part of that tax is used to support Islamic terrorist causes and arms purchases. I wouldn’t disbelieve that, but you can make up your own mind.
It is bad enough that:
(a) ‘Halal Certification’ is allowed in Australia
(b) those companies that are paying this outrageous Islamic tax are not telling the Australian public
(c) the Austraian public are not being told that product prices are rising to offset the cost of ‘Halal Certification’ – in other words they are paying higher prices as a result of an Islamic, non-government, additional tax upon their food and possibly other purchases that manufacturers and especially the Islamics don’t want you to know about. The really disappointing aspect of this is that various governments know or have known about this and chose to assist in its sale and implementation.
If you Google ‘government and halal’ and you will discover many government sites that attempt to justify ‘Halal Certification’. Not only that, but the disgustingly cruel method by which they dispatch animals in their slaughterhouses is viewed by the government through a blind eye. One has to wonder where the RSPCA and the animal rights organisations are while this is being allowed to happen.
I suppose the bottom line is that if Muslims want to eat ‘Halal Certified’ food products that is their choice, but it shouldn’t be unknowingly thrust upon the general public. Let them import their meat products from countries where the slaughter of animals under Sharia laws is the norm. Why should Australia abandon its animal cruelty laws to satisfy an Islamic ideology that represents perhaps 2% of the population?
The most important aspect is that Australians should not be forced to unknowing purchase, consume and pay an Islamic tax for ‘Halal Certified’ products without their knowledge. The government should be told in no uncertain terms that it is not acceptable for manufacturers/producers to keep hidden the fact that they are paying an Islamic tax for ‘Halal Certification’.
Wake up Australia, before it is too late!