“CDU parliamentary group leader, Daniel Günther, bemoaned on Tuesday that an increasing number of canteens, nurseries and schools are removing pork from their menu due to religious considerations.”
It’s always the same thing: non-Muslims must change their behavior and adapt their culture to suit Muslims. Muslims are never expected to adapt to the mores of their host culture. And so where will this end? Will Germany surrender completely and become a sharia state? Or at a certain point will Germans say they have had enough? Because of their horrific history of genocide and hatred, many Germans will never say “Enough” even to the point of taking peaceful steps to stop this invasion — they would rather commit national suicide. And that is exactly what they are doing. Yet to oppose supremacists who have vowed to take over and transform society in their own image is not in the least like Nazi hatred of Jews, who never committed any terror attacks or vowed any takeover. To equate the today’s Muslim invaders of Europe with Jews in Nazi Germany is a tactic of Merkel and her cohorts to demonize and silence all dissent to her suicidal policies.
Schleswig-Holstein CDU fights to keep pork on canteen menus
The CDU’s Schleswig-Holstein division wants to ensure that pork stays on menus at workplace and school canteens, arguing the meat “belongs to German culture.” The idea has been mocked on social media.
Angela Merkel with a Bratwurst
The regional arm of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s CDU announced plans on Tuesday to ensure that pork continues to be available at public canteens, as well as child daycare centers and schools across the north German state.
The proposal is due to be presented by the CDU’s group in parliament at next week’s regional parliamentary session.
CDU parliamentary group leader, Daniel Günther, bemoaned on Tuesday that an increasing number of canteens, nurseries and schools are removing pork from their menu due to religious considerations.
“The protection of minorities – including for religious reasons – must not mean that the majority is overruled in their free decision by ill-conceived consideration,” Günther said, arguing that tolerance also means “the appreciation and sufferance of other food cultures and lifestyles.”
German ‘wurst’ specialties often contain pork
Günther told local German newspaper “Lübecker Nachrichten” that at least one nursery in every voting district had stopped serving pork after taking Muslim children into consideration.
“The consumption of pork belongs to our culture,” he argued, adding that those who didn’t want to eat pork didn’t have to.
“No one should be obliged to do so,” he said. “But we also don’t want the majority having to refrain from pork.”
Pork consumption and breeding play a particularly important role in Schleswig-Holstein. According to the state’s Chamber of Agriculture, around 17 percent of revenues originate in agriculture.
‘Wurst case scenario’
The CDU’s proposal was met with a wave of mockery on Tuesday, particularly on Twitter where the hashtag #schweinefleischpflicht – meaning “pork duty” – became Germany’s top trending hashtag by late Tuesday afternoon.
Accompanied with an image with the words “Wurst case scenario” – wurst being the German word for sausage – Germany’s Green party tweeted: “Now we finally know what the CDU meant with dominant culture.”….