With terror and other Islamic atrocities on the rise, one small thing you can do – Boycott Cadbury chocolate this Easter!
Have an Ethical Easter – let’s stop funding Islamic atrocities through it’s Halal Certification rort, let’s start with boycotting Cadbury!
Unfortunately I have just heard there has been another Islamic terror attack, this time in London.
As some of you know from my previous post, Halal Certification has been linked to female genital mutilation (FGM), I’ve been working tirelessly to get this information out to people but unfortunately few people know. Indeed the majority of our groceries are still Halal Certified, meaning that our shopping purchases are contributing to the genital mutilation of little girls.
Now with today’s terror attack in London this has reinforced to me that we need to stop funding Islam.
Yes I know that not all Muslims are terrorists, and indeed I myself know nice Muslims and I don’t wish for them to be discriminated against, but the point is when we fund Islam how do we know if the funding is going to the nice Muslims or the ones committing terrorism and human rights violations?
Well in fact as ABC Four Corners discovered part of Halal Certification funding goes to MUI (Majelis Ulama Indonesia). MUI are supporters of female genital mutilation (FGM), and indeed mass FGM ceremonies are performed on Indonesian schoolgirls, this is well documented in articles from newspapers such as The Guardian and The Jakarta Post. UNICEF have confirmed that at least 49% of Indonesian schoolgirls have undergone female genital mutilation.
UNICEF research clearly shows that female genital mutilation is worldwide a predominantly Islamic problem, with 9 out of the top 10 countries by FGM prevalence by population being majority Muslim nations.
Female genital mutilation, sometimes also referred to as FGM, female circumcision or cutting, is the mutilation of a girl’s genitals. The severity of this varies and can include the complete removal of her clitoris and sewing her vaginal lips together. Therefore the UN has declared any such procedure as a human rights violation, as it serves no medical purpose and indeed it is a barbaric, harmful practice designed to control women’s sexuality.
We also know that there is a huge problem with Islamic terrorism worldwide, and in Muslim majority nations there are many discriminatory laws against women, gay people, apostates, atheists, and people of other faiths under their sharia law system. Laws such as women can’t leave their house without permission/accompaniment from a male relative. Women can be stoned to death for adultery, yet when a man wants to commit ‘adultery’ he just marries another wife.
Having gay sex can lead to execution, and indeed simply leaving the Islamic religion or criticising it in anyway can also lead to execution. Even Bill Maher, a comedian, staunch atheist and critic of many religions including Christianity, admits that Islam is the worst as it is the “the only religion that acts like the mafia, that will f**king kill you if you say the wrong thing, draw the wrong picture or write the wrong book.”
I want to make this clear I do not wish to see Muslims discriminated against, many are suffering in hellholes like Iraq and Syria, but we need to stop funding the actual ideology that is suppressing so many people’s rights and committing so many atrocities. We can still help Muslims as individuals get medical help, education and employment, but there is nothing in our constitution to say that we have to fund any religion, particularly one as violent and oppressive as Islam.
What can you do?
Firstly, please share my post.
Secondly and simply, this Easter boycott Cadbury chocolate.
Why Cadbury? Well it is Halal Certified. Having said this so many of our groceries (including other chocolates) are Halal Certified, and even more frustrating it is rarely labelled as such, therefore it is very difficult without looking up an app like Halal Choices (though an excellent app by the way) to determine what few products you can buy, however as Cadbury is one of the biggest chocolate producers, by boycotting them at their busiest time this would send a clear message to Cadbury and others who pay for Halal Certification that we want them to stop chipping into Islam.
So let’s have an Ethical Easter – boycott Cadbury and stop contributing to the genital mutilation of little girls and other Islamic atrocities.