Wednesday, November 23, 2011

This Thanksgiving the Pilgrims are turning over in their graves.

America was founded by Christians. There is no argument about this because the first settlers to arrive here were the Pilgrims aboard the Mayflower. The first Thanksgiving was a peaceful celebration that brought together the Pilgrims and the Native Americans. We have since become a melting pot that has attracted the cultures and religions of every country in the world because we place such a high value on freedom and liberty. But one culture that masquerades as a religion, that refuses to blend in with what every other American takes for granted and who strive to impose their own Islamic Sharia Law upon all of us, are the followers of Islam, many of whom continue to wage war on our way of life. Thankfully, for the rest of us, that culture is still a very small minority.
But this year on Thanksgiving something strange has entered our lives. Our dominant culture that is based upon our Judeo-Christian principles is being hijacked by that small minority of pagan worshipers. Our Thanksgiving turkeys from one company are being processed according to Islamic law. They are being slaughtered according to Islamic Halal standards which include blessing them in the name of Allah. The U.S. Department of Agriculture web site defines this practice in these words:
Halal is an Islamic religious term used to describe food that is “lawful” to eat. It is similar to Kosher in the Jewish religion in many ways. Many slaughterhouses in the United States already meet the standards set by the American Muslim community for Halal status. The USDA has had a policy on Halal labeling in effect since 1996. Halal requirements are not difficult to meet, and the USDA believes that any American slaughterhouse should be able to comply with the new Halal policy. The general requirements for Halal slaughter state that the animal must be humanely treated en route to and at the slaughterhouse. The throat must be slit in a certain way, while the word “Allah” (God) is said. The blood must be drained from the body. It is vital that the sheep carcass does not come in contact with pork, or anything that has ever touched pork, at the slaughterhouse.
So if you want your food to be blessed and sacrificed to a pagan moon god before you eat it then make sure you buy a Butterball turkey this Thanksgiving even if you don't understand why it is necessary to pander to 0.06% of our population. And last night when this was reported on the news, a representative from Butterball simply said their turkeys are slaughtered according to USDA standards. As the satirical Australian web site, Winds of Jihad reported today:
If you’re going to be at home for Thanksgiving, better buy that turkey quick so it has time to thaw. But unless you’re a Religion of Peacenik, don’t buy it from the Islamopanderers at Butterball:

Customer service representatives from Butterball, one of America’s most popular Turkey brands, confirmed to WND that the company’s whole turkeys are — without being labeled as such — slaughtered according to Islamic “halal” standards.

“Halal slaughter involves cutting the trachea, the esophagus and the jugular vein and letting the blood drain out while saying, ‘Bismillah allahu akbar’ — ‘in the name of Allah the greatest,’” explains Pamela Geller, author of “Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance.” “Many people refuse to eat it on religious grounds. Many Christians, Hindus or Sikhs and Jews find it offensive to eat meat slaughtered according to Islamic ritual.” 
The Bible commands Christians to “keep themselves from things offered to false gods” (Acts 15:20). Christians make up over 78% of the US population.
Imam Obama confers his blessings upon a fellow turkey.
Muslims constitute such a tiny percentage (0.6%) that staging Islamic rituals at a turkey processing plant could only be done for sociopolitical reasons: that is, to advance sharia, dhimmitude, and Islamization out of sheer moonbattery.
UPDATE, November 25, 2011
If you are curious about the turkey you bought for Thanksgiving and want to know if it was slaughtered according to the Islamic Halal procedure you need to check the package label for a Halal logo. There are dozens of different logos that all certify that the turkey was blessed with an invocation to Allah when it was killed. Here is a small sample of those logos and here is a link to Google Images that shows dozens of additional logos.



  1. So, the Butterball company was the only one that didn't slaughter in the name of allah?
    I found this pretty interesting. I also find it very sad that our nation is turning their heads and pretty much letting Islam and socialism/communism just take over. It's refreshing to hear someone take a stand.

  2. Jessica, I can't say for sure if the company that produces Butterball turkeys are the only ones who follow Halal procedure. I have read that there are several different identifying Halal logos that are printed on the turkey labels that you must look for to find out and, of course, not every supermarket or meat store carries every brand. I am updating my post with a photo of those other Halal logos in case anyone wants to check. I came across this picture after I posted the story.


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