It is hard to escape the impression that these fools want to hasten their nation’s collapse, subjugation, and Islamization. What do they think will be the result of their hostility to Christianity and appeasement of Islam? Do they think Muslims in the U.K. will give up the supremacist imperatives of the Qur’an and Sunnah and become loyal and productive citizens of a secular society with a nominally Christian orientation? They’re in for a rude surprise.
“Sainsbury’s and Asda won’t stock Christian Easter egg – but they DO put halal ones on their shelves,” by Tom Witherow, Daily Mail, April 15, 2017:
Two of the big four supermarkets have declined to join their rivals in selling a Christian Easter egg that tells the story of Jesus.
Sainsbury’s has refused to stock the Real Easter Egg, which comes with a booklet explaining the significance of eggs during Christianity’s most important festival, while the company that makes it says Asda has ignored its approaches.
Tesco and Morrisons – the other big two – and Waitrose are stocking the eggs made by the Meaningful Chocolate Company, which has been applauded by the Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu.
But their two big rivals are not following suit, despite the £3.99 product selling at a rate of 400,000 a month.
One Christian group said yesterday the supermarkets were ‘whitewashing the Christian message’ out of Easter.
Both chains sell dozens of Easter eggs that are not specifically Christian, including a halal version made by the Belgian firm Guylian.
Halal food adheres to Islamic law and may, in the case of chocolate, require special types of gelatine to be used.
The row comes after the National Trust was criticised by Theresa May last week for removing the word Easter from the title of its annual egg hunts, labelling them with that of sponsor Cadbury.
The Prime Minister said it was ‘absolutely ridiculous’ the trust had removed the word Easter from posters for the events it hosts at more than 300 locations.
The Real Easter Egg range, which claims to be the only one that names Jesus on the box, includes a 24-page story-activity book explaining the death and resurrection of Christ. It says that ‘eggs are a symbol of hope and new life’.
Meaningful Chocolate boss David Marshall said Sainsbury’s and Asda appeared to be ‘not very comfortable, for some reason, with stocking Easter eggs for the Christian community’….