‘Animal rights’ campaigners urge Germans to put pork in Halal sections of supermarkets

Campaigners on social media are encouraging Germans to place pork in the Halal sections of supermarkets, citing the unethical killing of animals. But although the activists say the campaign is about animal rights, others say it’s an attack on Muslims.

The campaign, which is spreading on social media under the hashtag #HalalChallenge, challenges people to “put pork on the #halalcounter and film it…then post the video to your Facebook timeline, or Instagram, or on YouTube or wherever, then nominate your friend to participate,” according to the official Facebook page.

Supporters of the project say it aims to bring awareness to the methods used to produce Halal meat.

  • H

    Good idea and it’s nice to see animal rights activists for once paying a little attention to barbaric halal slaughtering techniques. They’ll be arrested for their efforts, of course ….

    • Should be fun to watch.

      • ntt1

        I miss the bodacious naked babes draped in cellophane and arranged on giant styro trays,it always inspired me to get more pork on my fork

        • Justin St.Denis

          Be careful! If you put too much pork on your fork, you end up having to hoist way too much pig into your rig.

  • ntt1

    This plus the very real tape culture of the Muslim will get a pass and silence from the left,after all Muslims are allies in the destruction of the western way of life

    • luna

      Muslims are not responsible for their reactions.

      • Mal

        In their enablers’ heads, anyway. In what passes for their own heads, they are omnipotent.

      • Justin St.Denis

        Muslims cannot help themselves, can they? It’s the islamophobia, dontcha know!

  • john700

    I’ve been doing that for years at Food Basics.

    • Mal

      And not just Food Basics, John! I can always find time to leave a package of bacon or sausages in the halal case at a supermarket. Juvenile, almost certainly; but satisfyingly comical, absolutely.

      • Editor

        Ha! I do that also. Just happen to change my mind about that ham right in front of the halal cooler.

        • Justin St.Denis

          Shit like that happens ALL the time! 😉

          • Exile1981

            I started doing it when our local walmart stopped selling burgers other than the halal ones

  • Millie_Woods

    I’m sorry, but this is pointless and doomed to fail.

    • Senesa III

      Oh, I dunno. Everything is accumulative including awareness and thus every little bit helps.

      • Millie_Woods

        Good luck.

    • Alain

      Maybe but it still is fun.

      • Millie_Woods

        Okay, other than entertainment value it’s doomed to failure.

        • Justin St.Denis

          Not really. Small “smacks across the head” to individual muzzies while they shop – among a host of other similar small “smacks to the head” which the public could engineer to remind muslims they are wearing out their welcome fast – could well serve to accelerate the historical development/denouement we are living. I suspect that, muslim-wise, the vast majority of Canadians preferred the Canada we had before mass muslim immigration. I would love to see a list of Canadians over 40 who genuinely believe that muslims have improved the country. My take is that the list would be very short indeed.

        • Exile1981

          Actually a lot of muslims freak out when they see pork in the halal cooler. I have seen one lady demand the meat be destroyed as it is tainted. That happens often enough and the store will drop halal meats as too expensive.

          • Millie_Woods

            That will only happen a few times before the stores install Halal Approved Security Cameras and some hapless schlep ends up before the human rights commission. I think this is an infantile idea that’s beneath even my modest sense of self-worth. Not the hill I wold choose to die on.

    • Editor

      I’m pretty sure I won’t convince muslims to eat ham but it may make the supermarket reconsider its policy once the whole section becomes haram and meat remains unsold. Plus, like Alain says, it’s fun. When there are ham and bacon coolers throughout the middle east, I’ll stop.

      • Justin St.Denis

        “When there are ham and bacon coolers throughout the middle east, I’ll stop.”

        CLASSIC! I speak as someone who has enjoyed consuming both in Israel.

        • Editor

          And I bet nobody threw a hissy fit. They just didn’t eat any if they so chose.

          • sokonomi

            They can be savages in their own country all they want. I wont tolerate it in my country though.

    • Wrong. Anything that pisses off those barbarians is good. Besides, at least in Canada, portion of the money paid to buy the filthy halal food goes to finance Muslim terrorism around the world.

      • Justin St.Denis

        I agree wholeheartedly. Let the muslim community rant on – and even fake – incidents of “islamophobia” as they are wont to do. There are many small, irritating ways ordinary Canadians could employ to communicate to the muslim community that it is less-than-welcome in this democracy WITHOUT resorting to the barbarous tactics of that community. Let muslims be reminded of the hostility felt towards them at every opportunity. Accommodating the intolerant is a disastrous course. Keeping the intolerant sector of our population aware they are despised keeps them “enraged” and on a crash course with the society at large. The sooner the showdown happens, the sooner REAL Caadians can carry on with their Canadian lives.

  • I’ve been calling for this long before the “Animals before People” groups have.

  • Justin St.Denis

    Wow! Those Germans are really fucking slow on the uptake, huh? My wife and I have been routinely relocating several one-pound packages of bacon to the “halal” meats section every time we go shopping since about 2003. It’s our way of helping muslims integrate into Canadian life. What Canadian actually dislikes maple-smoked bacon? I mean, aside from vegetarians, whom I support btw, everyone I know admits to loving a few strips of bacon in their tomato sandwich, beside their eggs, wrapped around their beef or chicken, etc.

    P.S. We also relocate cans of maple syrup to the Middle Eastern foods section of the Int’l aisles. Any cuisine can benefit from appropriating Canadian maple syrup into their list of “frequently used” ingredients. And Canadians are GLAD to share our delicious maple syrup with anybody, because we know how wonderful and healthy it is. 😉

  • sokonomi

    Whatever it takes to get these savages to fuck off.

  • Blind Druid

    I relocate all the Korans in Coles bookstore to the Fiction section, but always under “K” out of respect for that filthy tome. Then, if I ever see a sharmuta head to toe in a black bag in the grocery store, I always try to sneak a pound of bacon into her shopping cart. The histrionics at the checkout are pure fuckin’ gold.

    • Alain

      Love it!!!!