UK company forces employees to abide by sharia law. Pork, it’s not what’s for dinner.

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RobertW
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well, let’s just i addressed my fears/phobias on another thread, and they had nada to do with a buncha djin worshiping, one’s-own-flesh-and-blood mutilating then murdering child molesting bastards of dogs, ergo I pretty much hoped for pigs and catfish to invade their corporate and personal properties, as well as their graves, may they be filled soon.

I also pointed out that they didn’t know the difference between a request and a rule, since they used them interchangeably.

Now on to more important issue. I dig the sammich idea, butt (of a pig) one needs bread to soak up the bacon drippings.
and… whilst chicharones are indeed a wonderful treat, my fave Saturday night in front of high chapparel and rasslin on t.v. was bacon grease popped pop corn. that was when i was young and could still eat popcorn.
😀

RobertW
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my email follows:
“wow, i’ll make sure to tell everybody i know to never never never never
never never never never buy from your company. nor will I.
what a disgrace to human rights you are. I hope you go bankrupt before
Christmas. I hope pigs trod on your company and personal properties,
and root in the ground in which you will be buried. I hope catfish swim
up your water supply and rot, and I further hope all your employees and
agents flaunt your “request” or is it a rule? You’re so confused by the
musselmans and the djins that you don’t deserve respect, nor compliance.

Disgustedly”

and i signed my real name, cuz I ain’t afraid of them, the un nor the current crop of thought police.
I merely posted so when/if y’all hear I had a heart attack on a bridge somewhere, you’ll know they got me in the natural, but never in the supernatural. 🙂

Joe
Member

I’d come in early, have sausage and hash browns for breakfast, a BLT for lunch, then I’d enjoy my dinner of BBQ pulled pork sandwiches before I left work. I’m not saying I’d be long for this world, but at least I would not go out hungry.

whiskeyriver
Guest

I don’t know about you but I plan on being around a long time, enjoying all the pork fat I want.

deepthinker
Member

Whiskeyriver it sounds like you and I have both have the same mind set. We can’t die yet, we’ve not pissed enough people off yet.:) The other day someone came into my office babbling about the election. When I told them slavery had returned to the US, I thought they where going to lose their minds. It got better, I called the democrats the slave owners and the mainstream media the task masters. They left talking to themselves and I felt I had done my good deed for the day. 🙂

deepthinker
Member

Hey at least they claimed it was on religious grounds and not for better health. What’s next for the employees and contractor burkas for the women and non bathing, beards and sandals for the men.

This is a clear example if what happens when multiculturalism is embraced. The ones needing to adapt and become part of the host country push their beliefs and practices down the throat of the citizenry.

KimmyQueen
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They aren’t really immigrating, they are creating a copy of the place they came from. If they love it so much then stay, obviously (in my opinion) this can only be considered an invasion, because that is what you do when you invade, you push the culture that you come from where you invade. There are many wyas to do it, and muslims are doing it on a lot of different camps. They are outbirthing Europeans, they are also infiltrating the government, they are out working the Europeans who don’t want to work so people are employing those that do (the Muslims) therefore making them able to DEMAND that their culture take precedence and everyone else is made to abide. It is dangerous… people are not seeing the danger and that is a big problem.

Not so silent
Member

I sent them a message about cowering before a foreign invader and what a sad thing it is to see them kiss Muslim butt, but I happily sent it from Jcrowley@numbnuts.com…:)

PsychoDad
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Here’s what I sent ’em;
“Pleased to see you are enforcing a prohibition on pork on the facilities out of religious sensibility. I assume you will also be banning all meat on Fridays during Lent out of the same concerns?”

RKae
Member

Two Muslim politicians, who just won municipal elections in Belgium’s capital, Brussels, on October 14, have vowed to implement Islamic Sharia law in Belgium.

http://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2012/11/11/elected-muslims-declare-belgium-will-become-an-islamic-state/

How is this not treason?

KimmyQueen
Guest

The forcing part is a problem for me. I hate sharia but if people want to be stupid and follow it out of free will whatever… but the forcing is a problem ESPECIALLY when that is counter to the other people’s philosophies and religions. People need to wake the hell up. This is not just happening OVER THERE and only over there. This is a reality in too many western countries and it will become a reality here. Thanks to Obama not even wanting to defend DOMA in court and all the other attacks on religion through Obamacare it is becoming more and more of a reality. The US is going down people.

RKae
Member

I hate sharia but if people want to be stupid and follow it out of free will whatever

The problem with Islam is that it is not just a religion. It comes bundled with a political system. Think of atheism. If people want to be atheists that’s their own problem. If atheism came inextricably linked with communism, then it should be made illegal. Islam should be illegal in America, because it demands a new and alien political system. To be a Muslim in America should be treason.

sifi
Member

“Islam should be illegal in America, because it demands a new and alien political system.”

True, Our Founding Fathers were very careful not to create a theocracy although many were Christians.

KimmyQueen
Guest

That is why it is so insidious and successful for it masquerades as a pure religion that just happens to have laws within it and the first amendment protects it. Jews have laws within their religion (the 10 commandments) and so do Christians, however they are not meant to be POLITICAL or GOVERNMENTAL (within the USA) in nature wheras Shariah is in their home countries, but then they will say oh no they are purely religious and that is not the case at all. Jews have managed to not make a theocracy in their new State as it failed (in the end) because their kings in their majority were horrible. Sadly Muslims havent crossed into the contemporary part of history yet.

KimmyQueen
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This is the reason why I believe that it is Islam that is the religious and political force as describe in the Book of Daniel, The Book of Isaiah and the Book of Revelation (among others). As for it being treasonous… to be a Muslim who lives and wants others to live under sharia in my opinion is treasonous. Those so called moderate muslims that want to live under and operate and obey to live the constitution but just pray to their god without regard nor need for changing the culture nor laws of this country are okay by me. I still believe Islam is not a peaceful nor benign religion, but I have no personal problem with the so called moderate Muslims. It is those that want to bring their laws over there that are in direct opposition to the constitution that I agree are treasonous and should go back to where tehy came from.

RKae
Member

Let’s examine the “moderate” Muslim. If war breaks out and it looks like a Sharia-based power is going to overthrow the US of A, you and I will fight to our dying breath. The “moderate” Muslim will shrug and say, “I can get by OK under this new tyranny.”

I may believe in Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster and the Cottingley Fairies, but I’ll never believe in the existence of the “moderate” Muslim.

KimmyQueen
Guest

Well I do pray they do exist. They can truly make a difference to somewhat redeem the religion if their numbers and power increases… however I am not THAT realistically hopeful as the religion WAS created to be indeed in opposition to Judaism/Christianity.

RKae
Member

Anyone who thinks himself a “moderate Muslim” is really a sleeper agent without even realizing it. Because, as I pointed out, when it comes down to conflict they will NOT fight to the last breath for the Constitution, but will flip over to the Sharia side of things.

KimmyQueen
Guest

Their religion will trump the place they immigrated to, that allowed them the freedom to worship as they pleased. I do agree with that. Moderate muslims are outbirthing and outworking and infiltrating government positions, perhaps without realizing that they are planting seeds for future takeover. They can be dangerous if they aren’t really earnest in truly moderating the religion.

flashingscotsman
Member

I still think that that there’s no such thing as a moderate Muslim. If a person doesn’t follow the violent and hateful teachings of Mohammed, he can’t call himself a Muslim, any more than one who doesn’t follow the teachings of Christ can honestly call himself a Christian.

RobertW
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or in a similar manner, one who doesn’t adhere to the concepts of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness can call him/herself POTUS.
chief officer of a republic, and A republic is a form of government in which the country is considered a “public matter” (Latin: res publica), not the private concern or property of the rulers.

k i’d best be off to bed, been 22hrs now. see y’all laters alley gaiters.

hisham
Guest

This very kind of thing will be coming here sooner than you think. Look at Dearbornistan! This isn’t funny, it’s scary!

hundycougar
Member

Yes, but they are not afraid of your religion – it is funny to see the spine of Libs – when faced with certain violence they cave quicker than Kerry trying to hold a position… wish we would have had just a bit more backbone when facing them here…

ooddballz
Member

MY religion demands pork at least 3 times a week for lunch, so who can I sue for religious discrimination?

DefHarryMelon
Member

That’s just silly! Everyone knows any religion other than the akbar is apostate! Go makin demands like that and they’ll have reason to cook your bacon.

Not so silent
Member

I have a picture of Arnold Ziffle over my mantle wearing a halo, I have converted to extreme pigalarion. we believe you must attack those that hate pork and fling pig poo at them….

KimmyQueen
Guest

I want to take the time here to ask you what religion is this? Because it sounds interesting. I have actually discovered the joys of scrambled eggs cooked with bacon fat. I need to watch it and exercise but man that is just good.

drb
Member

What? You mean there was a time when you didn’t fix ’em like that? You poor deprived child.

KimmyQueen
Guest

I am still learning to master the culinary arts of bacon use. 😀

whiskeyriver
Guest

You poor thing. Didn’t you know that pork fat rules! When I was a kid that was all we had.

Just kidding ya KQ. You can use bacon grease just like you use cooking oil in everything you cook or bake except sweet stuff like cakes or pies. Everything you fry can be cooked with bacon grease, Eggs, hash browned taters, potato latkes, it’s all good.

Any kind of bean is also better with pork fat. A hamhock or salt pork cooked with limas, pintos, navy beans or black eyed peas adds a lot to the flavor. Just remember, don’t trim all the fat off the pork! That is where the real flavor comes from!

KimmyQueen
Guest

Yes I am actually discovering that in the past few months. it seems it is the success of my Mom’s cooking and I didn’t know it! I am truly beginning to understand that everything (or almost) truly does taste better with pork fat. My Mom thought me to extract the fat from something that she makes chicharones with (dont remember the name) and she treats it like liquid gold and I realize that it is really great!

sa_rose
Member

Watch the cooking channel! THeir war cry is PORK FAT RULES!

RobertW
Member
sa_rose
Member

Or Mario Batelli, or Jaques Pepin or Bobby FLay or Michael Simonton. Hubert Keller or any one of hundreds of professional chefs.

RobertW
Member

hmmm, why learn from an acolyte when one can learn from the Master though?

KimmyQueen
Guest

All I know is that cooking with pork/bacon fat has changed my life. 😀

whiskeyriver
Guest

We still render the lard when we butcher pigs, that is where the chicharones come from. You can do it too if you want.

Ask the butcher at your local meat market to save you 20 or 30 pounds of fat when they trim the pork for sale. If it has a little meat on it, no big deal but you want the fat. Cut it into cubes about 1 inch square then in a large pot over a low fire start cooking the fat. The reason I say a low fire is you don’t want to “cook” the fat, you want to extract the lard for future use. When the little chrispies, the chicharones, start to float scoop them out, lightly salt them, then add more cubed fat. You not only get a snack that beats the hell out of popcorn, you get lard for cooking.

After all the fat is cooked down let the oil cool then store it in sealable containers. You can freeze it or keep it in a cool place and it will last for at least a year.

sa_rose
Member

And rendered lard (not the kind you buy in a shefl stable carton at the grocery) has someof the same Omega-3 fats that salmon contain. Same with grass fed beef, field raised chickens (and their eggs.) And rendered lard has less saturated fat than beef fat or any hydrogenated shortening.

KimmyQueen
Guest

Yum Yum

sifi
Member
drb
Member

OHH Yeah! My Kid’s favorite sammich…no bread needed.

KimmyQueen
Guest

LOL I think I can whip one of those!

RobertW
Member

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pigalicious.

flashingscotsman
Member

I made one of those, Robert. It was amazing. I’m planning another one soon, now that I have a smoker.

RobertW
Member

i’ve not made one… yet.

RobertW
Member

sounds like a plan man. 😀

flashingscotsman
Member

Here’s an idea. We both make one on that day, then we can gloat about how delicious it is together.

RobertW
Member

i think i will, first monday in december or thereabouts. Providing there’s any food to buy at the grocery stores.

flashingscotsman
Member

Do it. You’ll be glad you did.

sifi
Member

I think I’m in love.

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