The Muslim influence in America has grown to spread so much, it is hardly a concept we can wrap our minds around. What’s even more shocking is the fact that, a group of school parents, are now asking that pork is forever excluded from the school’s menu, due to religious reasons of Islamists.
It seems as though Muslims are overpowering not this country alone, but, as a matter of fact, the entire world.
As reports suggest, the Mayor of Saint-Seurin, a town located in France, is now fighting back the demands on behalf of Muslims, who wish their kids were not witnesses to pork being served inside the school again.
This caused for the religious group’s rebellion, but to no avail, since France isn’t quite a Muslim country, is it now?
A mother of a Muslim boy talked to reporters, claiming it was not right by the Mayor to shut down their appeals:
“The mayor took this decision alone. We, as parents, were not consulted. I am a Muslim, yes, but I am also a citizen. We’re no different than anyone else,” she stated.
“We pay local taxes and we pay for our children’s school meals. It should not be up to the mayor to decide what’s in my child’s plate. He’s basically saying: ‘You eat or you go,’she added.
Then another Muslim mom joined in on the ‘fun’, stating: “How hard can it be to cook 10 or 15 beef patties once or twice a week?”
The Mayor responded to the bashing claims:
“Some children don’t eat pork, some don’t eat fish and some don’t eat beef. This is not a politically motivated decision. I do not want Muslims to feel stigmatised. The town is in debt and we cannot afford to cook two different dishes a day. So, if you’re not happy, don’t eat at school!”
However, this does not seem to be about food at all, when the Muslims are concerned. The general objective is known- Muslims wish to overthrow other religions by gradually leading them into submission. This is also clearly laid out in the Quran, which suggests all other religious groups must be transformed and pushed until they decide to accept the Muslim way for good.
Wait, what? I thought we were merely talking food here.