They come over ‘ere and ban our abattoirs…

Via Lynne Featherstone and Natalie Hayne‘s article in the Times today about the teaching unions’ attempts to ban YouTube, I came across this press release on the BNP’s website:

“Pork rain” complaints from pushy Muslims

More evidence that Muslims haven’t settled in Britain to adopt to our ways, but instead continue to push their own agenda, comes after it was announced that Muslims have objected to plans to build a pet food factory on the grounds that it could rain down pork!

Butchers Pet Care, who planned to build a factory in Coton Park near Rugby, now may have to back down after the Muslims complained to the residents association about the potential for pork smells to drift into their gardens and thus violate their religious rights. The Muslims also claim that the chimney of the proposed factory would “rain down” pork onto their homes and gardens after meat extracts are pumped into the atmosphere.

The local are saying that a large proportion of meats used in pet foods are pig meats, and that they would, in effect, be consuming pork by inhalation if it were to “rain down” on them from the factory chimney.

It’s a disgrace. Britain has a proud tradition of industrial pollution which those pushy Islamists want to ban! Whatever next? They’ll be moaning about good old British asbestos next!

Just because Johnny Foreigner is sensitive about things like the Bhopal disaster, they think they can impose their ways on us!


  1. Well, if a factory is polluting your property then you should have the right to make them stop or compensate you accordingly.

    You should have to show that they are doing what you say in the courts naturally.

    What is unnerving about this is that its activist pressure. But that’s the same as phone masts. Or Greenpeace protesting about the pollution that might be caused by something they disapprove of.

    Hmmm. Perhaps they’re taking one of those great British traditions to heart – NIMBYism…

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