Monday, 10 September 2012

RSPCA get more criticism from the BNP

The BNP are once again making comment about the outright hypocrisy of the RSPCA regarding the halal and kosher meat business.

I think the criticism is fully justified, how can the RSPCA fall silent on this animal cruelty that is allowed to go on in 2012 Britain.

The RSPCA appear to have no backbone where barbaric ritual slaughter is concerned - they instead ignore the issue and pretent it isn't happening.

Here is the BNP write up in the usual no nonsense BNP fashion...

Is Opposing Ritual Slaughter Bigoted?

By Imnokuffar - This party opposes both Halal and Kosher slaughter of animals principally because of the way it is carried out – i.e. without first stunning the animal first and then letting it slowly bleed to death in whilst in agony.

Now you would have thought, given this description of the sheer barbarity involved in this, that would have been enough to ban it.

But no, because we demand it be banned we are accused of being anti-Semitic and Islamophobic.

Whilst organisations supposedly concerned with animal welfare such as the RSPCA have nothing to say on the issue apart from that “The Jewish and Muslim communities should review their slaughter practices” and “We continue to press for changes in legislation that would improve conditions at the time of slaughter”

However the founding document of the RSPCA, its Mission Statement says:

‘The RSPCA as a charity will, by all lawful means, prevent cruelty, promote kindness to and alleviate suffering of all animals’.

As I understand it, the RSPCA has the power to refer cases to the police in clear cases of animal cruelty.

It has not done so in the situations relating to Halal/Kosher slaughter and in not doing so is guilty of gross hypocrisy and is in breach of its own ethical stance.

Lest I digress; the question asked is this ‘Is opposing ritual slaughter bigoted?’

Well supposing we got some MPs elected to Parliament and they were to put forward a motion banning Halal/Kosher Slaughter.

The first thing that would be said is that we are anti-Semitic or Islamophobic.

But is this true?

Firstly if this law was passed it is neither anti-Semitic or Islamophobic because this is about the Law of the Land.

Britain is not an Islamic or Jewish state, it is a democratic country with a long Christian tradition.

Our laws do not have to comply with Islamic or Jewish law and must reflect the preferences of its indigenous people and their traditions, values and beliefs – full stop.

The report goes on to mention Sharia courts and womens rights.

So, when we look at the bigger picture, we can see that it is the hard core liberal left wingers that infest all mainstream political parties are pushing the RSPCA & other groups into silence.

Their evil mindset is there for all to see and whilst groups stand by and let the law of the land be manipulated, one has to ask what hope have we got under the liblabcon?

1 comment:

  1. I am all for banning halal & kosher, however BNP support is not something that will help this cause. Most rational, educated people will recoil from anything associated with the BNP.