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  • Germany Bans Sausage In Schools To Appease Muslim Immigrants

    I wish this was a joke, but it’s not.

    What is Germany without sausage? Who knows. But it’s not Germany. What’s next, ban beer? You better believe it. This is how a country loses its identity.

    Many German schools, daycares, and restaurants have already imposed the ban as it threatens to engulf all of Germany.

    From Chicks On The Right:

    According to [a British paper] a whole bunch of German restaurants, daycare centers, and schools have decided to stop serving sausage, bacon, and other pork products in their establishments so as not to hurt the feelings of Muslim migrants coming into Germany.

    It’s not happening without argument. One member of the CDU party, Daniel Gunther, said, “The protection of minorities – including for religious reasons – must not mean that the majority is overruled in their free decision by ill-conceived consideration.”

    I’m amazed that this requires explaining out loud. But the fact that it does is proof of how insidious this politically correct, multiculturalistic approach to everything actually is.

    No one is forcing Muslims to eat pork products, but that certainly doesn’t mean they can’t exist on a typical German menu. Gunther said further, “The consumption of pork belongs to our culture. No one should be obliged to do so. But we also don’t want the majority having to refrain from pork.”

    Imagine Oktoberfest without sausage and bratwurst, for crying out loud. Ludicrous.


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