Denmark town votes for ALL public buildings to serve pork in backlash against sharia compliant menus

A Danish town has made it mandatory for pork to always be found on the menu at municipal canteens in the latest round of the country’s debate over multiculturalism.

The decision has engulfed councillors in Randers, central Denmark in the long-running ‘meatball war’, which was first ignited in 2013 when the former prime minister criticised nurseries that dropped pork from their menus.

Despite a tiny fraction of nurseries not serving pork, anti-immigration groups have used the issue to champion Danish food and culture.

It comes just a week after politicians debated whether to seize cash and valuables from refugees to pay for their resettlement.

  • tom_billesley

    A long-running advertising campaign in the UK twinned “Danish” and “bacon”. Say Danish and bacon is expected to be the following word.

    • luna

      How’s that working out for Canada?

  • Etobicoke_Gladiator

    Life is too darn short not to enjoy pork tenderloin on occasion, bacon on other occasions, and meatballs now and then. Good for the Danes for resisting losing their culture and cuisine!

    • The Butterfly

      God banned pork in the Old Testament because the people were not yet worthy.

      • Kathy Prendergast

        Amen to that. I like pigs and I like eating them. Pigs that are raised the proper way, with plenty of physical freedom, fresh air, and good food, are the happiest animals in the world. I firmly believe that farm animals must have happy lives to make good-tasting and healthy meat, and must be slaughtered quickly and humanely too. Traditional farming practices understood all of this. Mind you, being a city kid I know that if I ever took to pig farming they would probably all just end up dying of old age…

  • The Butterfly

    God bless Denmark.

    • If I owned a restaurant, I’d have pork on the menu. And I’m a vegetarian.

      • mobuyus

        I am a member of PETA(people eating tasty animals) and would love a pork sandwich at your if owned restaurant.

        • Before heart disease, bacon was a favorite.

          • Exile1981

            Our local butcher was accidently sent the bulk packs of precooked pepper bacon by his supplier just before christmas. Each pack had 200 slices of bacon and the price was a 10th of uncooked because he wanted it gone and most people don’t want bulk bacon. So i bought all 5 cases. The kids have been having blt’s for school lunches a lot lately.

          • Alain

            Lucky you.

          • Exile1981

            I know it was like being back in college the price was so cheap.

          • mobuyus

            After islam it will be more of a favorite.

  • David Murrell

    Good idea to implement.

    As a university student I used to spend d a few hours reading old Time and Newsweek magazines, in the university library, covering 1941-1945. What was interesting was the total war aspect of that war. Everybody did something, at the house e front, to defeat the axis powers. Today, of course, we have a very large quisling element in society (e.g CBC News). But still, at the local micro level, people can do things to defeat these mad dogs.

    • V10_Rob

      Every bit helps. The little surrenders pave the way for bigger ones.

      • Etobicoke_Gladiator

        Hear, hear! Absolutely right, V10.

  • luna

    If Denmark wants to encourage their Muslim population to leave, might I suggest impaling a few thousand & leaving them on display in the city center. The rest should get the message.

    This worked well in Hungary, and it should be relatively simple to find a few thousand serving life sentences anyway.

    • FactsWillOut

      …metaphorically.

      • luna

        One of the problems with the jihadists is that they are literalists, not good with metaphors.

    • pdxnag

      It will become quite acceptable only after the Muslims assume full control of government, and then it will be too late for anything less vigorous.

  • Brenda

    2016: The year the West fought back.

  • Barrington Minge

    PORK is the word!!!

  • pdxnag

    I am sure that U.S. Federal Judge Vicky Miles-Lagrange would consider this to be motivated by nothing other than improper hate for Muslims and thus must be stopped even before such a rule gets printed on the rule books – like Oklahoma voters saying that Sharia shall not be the law of the land.

    It is also like drawing a cartoon of long dead monster Mohammad who might never have existed anyway, like a real cartoon of a man. A deliberate “provocation” (thus worthy of justifiable slaughter under Sharia law).

  • moraywatson

    The best way to fight totalitarian islam is to vigorously exercise our freedoms. When islam tries to impose its sharia compliant conditions on us, say NO!

  • Xavier

    Obama will fix that in exactly one year when he assumes the mantle of Solar System CEO.

    • mobuyus

      Is that like a cape?

  • Minicapt
    • Kathy Prendergast

      Was this made in Singapore?

    • Kathy Prendergast

      Kind of reminds me of when I was a hotpot restaurant in Nanjing and in my stumbling Mandarin accidentally asked the server if they had “dog” on the menu, when I meant to ask if they had pork (I confused the Mandarin words “guo” and “zhu”); although the server’s reaction wasn’t as violent as this guy’s she was obviously quite affronted…yes, people do eat dog meat in China, but not at these kinds of restaurants.

  • Kathy Prendergast

    Sounds like maybe the Vikings are finally awaking from their slumber.

    • Etobicoke_Gladiator

      There appears to be little hope for the majority of Swedes, however.