Skip to comments.KFC Finger Lickiní Halal Food
Posted on 01/05/2012 1:59:16 PM PST by bayouranger
The EDL have spent the last couple of years trying to raise the awareness of the creeping Islamisation of Britain through Islamic. One of the principal vehicles for Islamisation is the pushing of halal foods onto an unsuspecting and unknowing British populace. A furore arose when it was revealed that much meat was being passed to the general public without their knowledge or consent. In the wake of these revelations, many supermarkets began to label meat as halal or non-halal.
Many chain restaurants are also passing off halal meat to the general public without really advertising the fact. Nandos, for example, serve only halal chicken in their restaurants. For a couple of years Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) has been trial-marketing halal foods in selected outlets. They claim on their website that this has been due to a huge demand for halal food.
Given that only halal foods can be served at these outlets, we are seeing Islamic shariah laws being imposed on the British public without their consent, without consulting them, and without their being informed. To identify the KFC outlets that are involved in the trial is difficult. One has to discover a small insignificant label. If one is not aware that the shop is selling or trialling the sale of halal meat to the public, one would be hard-pressed to find out, without asking directly.
KFCs behaviour raises a number of very important issues which are hard to ignore once you understand the full significance of what is being done. KFC claim the following:
For some time, we have received requests to provide halal food in parts of the UK and as a result of this, we are running a halal trial within communities where we anticipate a strong demand for halal products.
One of those communities is mine in Hounslow West. This area does indeed have a Muslim community, but it is relatively small compared to the Sikh and Hindu communities, not to mention the Christian population in the same area. This is also the case in many of these so-called areas of high demand for halal products. The issues for other religious communities are:
1. Sikhs cannot eat halal meat.
2. Christians cannot eat meat dedicated to a pagan god (Allah is not Jehovah).
3. Observant Jews must eat kosher, and not halal.
4. Non-religious people who hold animal welfare important do not want to eat the meat of animals that have been slaughtered cruelly.
Despite the claim that KFC consider animal welfare important, the assertion that all the chickens are stunned before slaughter is simple misdirection. The type of stunning used is minimal, and does not leave the animal fully unconscious. The animal is still sentient and able to feel the pain of its impending death.
No Muslim scholar would accept meat as being halal if the animal were fully unconscious at the moment of death. So KFCs claim to hold animal welfare in high regard is pure nonsense.
It is also important point to note is that there is no choice given to non-Muslims about what food will be provided them at these restaurants. If you are a non-Muslim, you can have halal meat and only halal meat. This is because halal meat cannot be prepared in the same food-preparation area as non-halal foods stuffs. KFC are not willing to provide more than one food preparation area in any given restaurant, so we must eat halal foods, and only halal foods.
In these trial outlets there is no choice for the non-Muslim to have, say, bacon in his food, as can be found in other KFC outlets that are not being trial-marketing halal foods. The population of Muslims is generally much smaller than the non-Muslim population, so we have to ask: Why are we being pushed to have halal-only restaurants when we, the majority, are not Muslim?
In my own community in Hounslow West, there are several KFC style chicken food outlets that are halal-only and are obviously aimed only at Muslims. So why does corporate KFC want to try to capture a relatively minor market share, at the expense of annoying the majority by pushing halal foods on it.
Our masters in parliament do not want halal meat served in the restaurants in the palace of Westminster, so why should we? No one is saying Muslims cannot have halal foods, but they are well-provided by restaurants that cater to them, and sell foodstuffs that are almost identical.
It is time we stood up and boycotted all KFC restaurants until this madness is stopped. Kentucky Fried Chicken owners must be made to realise that we live in a country that is not Muslim-dominated, that in fact it is largely non-Muslim, and that these people do not want halal foods.
If you want to learn whether your local KFC is involved in this trial, please take a look at this link. Further information about our halal campaign can also be found here.
Oh yeah...don’t order bacon at any halal only KFC.
Not..I repeat..NOT safe for work.
Ummm, if you eat halal food, likkin’ you fingers might not be the best idea. Just sayin’.
A dead chicken is a dead chicken, unless halal means other things.
Pretty darn sure Paul destroyed that idea in his epistles. In fact, I am positive he did so.
Muslim followers cannot consume the following:
pork or pork by products
animals that were dead prior to slaughtering
animals not slaughtered properly or not slaughtered in the name of Allah
blood and blood by products
birds of prey
land animals without external ears
The prescribed method of slaughtering all animals excluding fish and most sea-life per Islamic law. This method of slaughtering animals consists of using a well sharpened knife to make a swift, deep incision that cuts the front of the throat, the carotid artery, wind pipe and jugular veins but leaves the spinal cord intact.
The head of an animal that is slaughtered using halal methods is aligned with the Qiblah (Mecca). In addition to the direction, permitted animal should be slaughtered in the name of Allah (the Lord) and the person who is slaughtering should be a Muslim and he/she should be in a good mental condition and faith.
Fully conscious...fully unconscious? All tastes the same. Heck, when I killed our Thanksgiving turkey which I raised myself (53 lbs dressed out) it was like wrestling an 8 year old.
Except I got to cut his throat in the end.
I won’t eat it because I won’t support Islam.
Let me know when you find a practising Muslims in ‘good mental condition,’ it’s definitionally impossible.
Fine, then don’t. But it isn’t a strike against a Christian’s faith if he doesn’t care where the meat came from.
Thus, ensuring that Muslims are a necessary part of the meat production industry. Why, what could possibly go wrong?
I'd assume it is - and let KFC corporate worry about unfortunate rumors, lost sales, forced restaurant closings, bankruptcy, etc.
BTW, Church's Fried Chicken is owned by an Islamic investment bank that has full control over the menu. There are obviously "halal" sources of chicken meat in North America.
Awaiting post by idiot whining about how “evil” the EDL is in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.....
Oh yeah, especially since anyone who is Sikh cannot eat at certain KFCs anymore.
Yeah the EDL is anti-Sikh and anti-Hindu too... /sarc
[ BTW, Church’s Fried Chicken is owned by an Islamic investment bank that has full control over the menu. There are obviously “halal” sources of chicken meat in North America. ]
Just eat at a KFC that is built into a pizza hut as the pizza has pork sausage in it.
I didn’t know that bit about “Christians cannot eat meat dedicated to a pagan god.” I went to Catholic school, but they never covered that. (Of course, first it was “You can’t eat meat on Fridays,” but that changed too, after Vatican II.)
They also cannot cook their food in microwave ovens if pork has been cooked in there. A year or so ago there was a demand by Muslim employees that they have a separate microwave in the employee cafeteria for that reason.
Since they have more balls than the mainstream media. If you’re unhappy with that..well..that’s your issue.
They’re confronting evil, are you?
Christians SHOULDN’T eat meat that supports terrorism perpetrated by filthy koranimals under the guise of halal food.
I'd guess that you weren't a real good student in your religion class. Of course they covered that, if they covered the old testament at all (which they did). However, Pauls messages to us frees us from some of the old testament restrictions. The restriction on eating meat on Friday was a purely localized act of penance for, I believe, the conversion of Russia. The penalty for doing so was not based on the fact that meat eaten on Fridays was somehow more evil than meat eaten on any other day. The penalty was for denying that the church had the right to make such a rule. That rule could have been changed at any time (it was a rule) and I'm not certain that Vatican II had anything to do with it.
They’re not confronting evil; they’re only using anti-Islamic moves because they aren’t successful in getting Jamaicans to go home. They’re Mosley’s party without Mosley’s vitality or intellect.
No. I’ll eat what I damned well please. And if you have a problem with it, you complain to the Muslims.
Part of the reason was KSMs nickname inside al-Qaida, Miniter explains. KSM was mocked as KFC because he ate buckets of Kentucky Fried Chicken while holed up in Pakistan after the Sept. 11 attacks.
KSM bought Pearl from his original captors and executed him on videotape in order to prove that, though he may have grown fat on fried chicken, he could still kill."
Excuse me? I got straight As. It wasn’t covered, period, in the Catholic grade school and high school I attended. I checked with my sibling who went to a Catholic girls’ hs, and it was never mentioned in *her* classes, either. Perhaps *you* attended a Catholic school where the laws of Leviticus were taught in detail. That may have been the choice of the school, the diocese, or the emphasis of the time. In the 1960s and early 70s, they were not, at least in my diocese.
I read the Old Testament extensively, and was aware of all the proscriptions in Leviticus. However, we were specifically taught that those laws didn’t apply to us, since Christ had liberated us to a new Law.
As far as Friday abstinence, Catholics were released from it by Paul VI in 1966, following the changes to the Church following Vatican II.
“Christians cannot eat meat dedicated to a pagan god”
Oh heck yeah I can. That makes it taste even better.
Still being a bigot I see
Glad to see that list, liar.
Don't care. If they're standing against the jihadis, then they are my brothers.
that was my point to you, you say that you read the old testament.....Perhaps your school didn't directly refer to the "meat sacrificed to idols" subject, but by assigning the old testament to be read, you were aware that it was there. I also pointed out that we, as christians, were not subjected to those prohibitions which they also taught you. I graduated from Catholic high school in 1957 and knew full well that Kosher, halal, whatever, had no meaning at all and they certainly wouldn't keep me from eating the meat. The problem with those who worry about the old prohibitions are those who take biblical quotes out of context, fail to put them in perspective, and assume that if it is in the bible at all it must apply to everyone....I think they leave out circumcision!!!!
Right on, PapaBear. Right on!
Actually, my school didn’t assign the OT as a reading assignment. That was something I did on my own. The fact that I hadn’t been circumcised as a part of religion, and that my family didn’t have to keep kosher, was enough to indicate that we Christians did not have to keep the OT laws.
I knew that kosher hot dogs were okay to eat, even though they had bee produced under dedication to Yahweh, the God of the OT, rather than Christ. I suppose that was why I assumed that it is perfectly permissible to eat halal meat - not that I’d ever knowingly do so. The few times I have walked into a halal meat market, the smell of rotting meat was enough to drive me out the door. I discovered why that day that I passed the local halal meat market getting a meat delivery. A plain panel truck was parked next to it, the back doors open. The truck was about 1/4 fill of skinned, unrefrigerated goat carcasses, just stacked on top of each other. The guys were simply hoisting them over their shoulders and walking them into the store.
I’m an adventurous eater. I’ve enjoyed goat in my day, usually highly spiced. Now I know why the flavor was masked with pepper.