HALAL SCAM SUPPORTED BY THE COURIER MAIL
Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.
Queensland’s Maleny Dairies has come out against the halal scammers and declared they will keep prices down and will refuse to be bullied into paying a halal tax on their product. Their stance has had overwhelming support from everyone except the regularly-out-of-touch Courier Mail.
The move by the Maleny dairy farmers (pictured) is an important one because the Halal protection racket that supports dubious anti-Australian and overseas causes can only be stopped if the Government makes it illegal for companies to comply with threats from halal certifiers.
The Maleny Dairies’ facebook page which has 24,000 likes and 3,000 shares since yesterday indicates the strength in the groundswell of angry objections from regular Aussies to a tax on Australian food from Muslim opportunists who are demanding certification fees for everything from milk to plastic containers.
A brief look at their site showed thousands of comments supporting the dairy farmers’ stand with a couple of comments suggesting it was silly because, “milk was halal anyway”.
The Courier Mail stupidly took this to mean these comments were objecting to the dairy farmers’ stand and falsely claimed, “others had accused the farmers of promoting xenophobia” with this ridiculous on-line headline:
HALAL: “Maleny Dairies’ Facebook post on Halal certification sparks customer backlash”
Well, the backlash is on all right, but not from the dairies’ customers... they seem in full agreement.
The mafia-style halal extortion racket was up in lights in Perth when police recently arrested a Dr Ratab Jeneid, Chairperson of the WA Halal Certification Committee, with $8million worth of methylamphetamine and $380,000 cash in his possession.
Janeid was also charged with illegally carrying unlicensed firearms.
Five of his associates from the Muslim Halal organisation, run from the same mosque, were also charged with various drug and firearm offences.
The Courier Mail unfortunately did not carry this story.