By Glen Jenvey, British Freedom London
My previous report for BF exposed that most of the meat now in our supermarkets has been slaughtered with Islamic blessings, where the animal has its throat cut whilst Islamic prayers are said over it, taking up to six minutes to die in pain and great distress.
Now it seems that the Argentine meat industry — whose legal department is run by a Muslim — have come out fighting, as they stand to lose millions of pounds in livestock exports to the British food industry.
Argentinian and New Zealand meat cannot be sold as British as it supports their farmers, not British farmers. But it is part of the British food chain, and many high street ready-meal brands use such non-British meat, which is also slaughtered Halal.
The Islamic Argentinian meat industry has begun attacking members of the anti-Halal movement, in one case using writings from banned extremist group Islam 4 UK, which supports al-Qaeda.
Big money is up for grabs here. The question is, will the British public buy 100% British, or Halal from Argentina and elsewhere?