Saturday, June 10, 2017

Muslim Offended by Pork in a British Pub


Hat Tip: Kevin O’Neil

The following piece appeared on libertygb.org.uk on May 10, 2017

By Paul Weston

The Birmingham Mail tells us of a shocking, terrible, evil story about a Muslim man, Naz Ali, who was served pork in a restaurant by mistake. Marston's Taverns, the owners of the wicked restaurant in question, have apologized profusely of course. They also waived the bill.

What would happen though, if I complained to any one of the numerous supermarket chains in Britain after buying and eating halal slaughtered lamb with no reference to halal slaughter on the packaging? 
Naz Ali
Would Sainsbury's apologize profusely? Would they waive the bill? Would the story then make it into the mainstream media? I rather think not. We native Brits count for nothing in Britain these days.

Our traditions and concerns are trampled on by the leftist/ Islamic alliance. Britain is no longer a country fit for the people whose ancestors built and sacrificed so much for it.

Here's the thing Mr Naz Ali: if our way of life, our traditions and our culture are so sickening to you, would it not be better for all concerned if you were to simply sling your hook, old chap?
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Hat Tip to Kevin O'Neil for the tenor of the editor's comment.

The question we must ask ourselves is about the "officials" in a city housing a restaurant in the U.S. which made the same error. Would they have responded any differently?  Would it even have crossed their frightened, intimidated little mind to man-up and tell Naz Ali to get on with his life; that mistakes happen and he was more than generously remunerated for the accident? 

We ALL know the answer, don't we! 

After all, as brave, strong, 'kick 'em in the ass' Americans, we the people permitted an interloper--a Manchurian Candidate--without a proper birth certificate and whose personal history we were not allowed to know, to occupy OUR White House for 8 years!  

Right?   Ed.

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