Cowardly Canadian Justice: Muslims slaughter sheep on kuffar’s property, only the kuffar gets charged & convicted

On Oct. 26, 2012, Scissons sold three sheep to a group of Muslim men at his Ottawa-area farm. Three of the men then slaughtered the animals according to Islamic ritual in honour of the holiday Eid al-Adha. The three men weren’t charged with any crime.

“I never understood why these individuals were never charged,”

The Muslims weren’t charged for a very simple reason.

Our justice system along with our political and chattering classes are afraid of the diversity they have inflicted on the rest of us.

h/t MW


  • He should have refused to sell to them. That would be legal, right?

    • Oh yea and the fine is stiffer;)

      • David Murrell

        The farmer would have been hauled up in front of the Ontario “human rights” court. This is our (in)justice system these days.

  • Alain

    This is ridiculous at every level. It is not illegal for a farmer to sell a live animal to anyone, and it remains the responsibility of the buyer to determine how the animal will be slaughtered and butchered. The farmer also has the right to slaughter and butcher his animals for his own use, but not to sell the meat from the same. To sell the meat he has to sent the animal to an approved abattoir after which a butcher can cut and wrap the meat for the customer. This smacks of arresting and charging a person for using a weapon to protect himself, his property or his family. I can only hope he will receive support and assistance to appeal this abuse of power.

    I have sold live animals to those who want to slaughter and butcher the animal themselves which is totally legal. I do require that they do it elsewhere, since I do not want to deal with the remains having enough problems with predators without encouraging them with the remains and smell of blood. That is just my personal decision.

    • It’s just the usual PC cowardice, the goal is to choose the weakest link as the target rather than , you know enforce the actual law.

      • Alain

        True except in this case from my understanding of it at least the Muslims did not break any law either since the meat was for their own consumption. The only exception would be a city bylaw preventing people from slaughtering an animal or fowl at home in town or city.

  • Mohammad Pig

    Which shows how Canada is so fouled that non-Muslims are the enemy should they ever wise up and fight to get rid of Muslims

  • cmh

    hey it’s canada…freedom of religion….lol

  • Gaylord Ponce

    More importantly, what did these Muzzies do to the sheep before they killed them?

  • david selvers

    I may be off topic here but I just want to state that I support Blazing Cat Fur. I strongly urge my fellow Canadians to research “Active Measures” and “Yuri Bezmenov”…..then One will understand how we came to this distorted predicament.
    Canada the easy days of complacency are at an end, now more than ever we must stand for our country or what’s left of it. We are in the end stage of “DEMORALIZATION” . We must first ensure that the Liberals or NDP get nowhere near the control of our country, second, a total cleansing of the educational system and third, abolish the cbc and all media propaganda that is detrimental to our existence.
    Si Vis Pacem Para Bellum

  • truepeers

    No opinion on the legality of it, but i don’t think anyone should be selling animals to those who do not know humane slaughter practices.

    • Alain

      Having seen it I have to disagree. When it is done correctly it is much more humane than what takes place in the abattoirs. That said I still refuse to purchase anything halal for very different reasons.

      • truepeers

        Sounds like this was three amateurs out to prove their manhood, i doubt it was a pretty sight. I remember reading something by Temple Grandin where she said Halal slaughter was, in her experience, done less skillfully than shechita and was more cruel than stunning. But yes, a problem with halal is it involves paying a tax that goes in part to the Jihad.

        • Alain

          You are right that it must be done correctly and with a razor sharp blade. My experience was with Jewish ritual slaughter and some local Hindus I have known for many years.

          • truepeers

            Let me just point out that while many Jews use the term “ritual slaughter”, some, and i think rightly so, object to the term. A ritual is an act of remembering a revelatory event. Kosher slaughter is a technique designed to minimize cruelty; it is considered part of the Mosaic law; and Jews no longer ( though some of course want to) perform temple sacrifices. In contrast, these Muslims were performong a ritual remembering Allah’s accepting of an animal sacrifice from Abraham, instead of Ishmael. Now it is true that any feast can be considered a ritual inasmuch as it remembers a foundational, egalitarian, division and consumption of a sacrificial animal; and Jews certainly have ritual feasts like Passover seders; but i don’t see the law or act of slaughter itself as part of the ritual, no more than, say, not committing adultery is a ritual.