Saturday, August 02, 2008

Islamization of America: Shelbyville, TN - Tyson Drops Labor Day for Muslim Holiday

America is a nation of hard working people that have used their labors to make this country the promised land for many. Untold thousands of American workers have sweated and toiled through injury and grit to make this nation the greatest nation on the face of this earth. Labor Day was created to recognize that toil. Labor Day was created to show appreciation to the American worker.

The Tyson Foods' poultry processing plant in Shelbyville, Tennessee has decided to eliminate Labor Day as a holiday. Workers at that plant will no longer have a paid day off on Labor Day, but will instead take the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr, a Muslim holiday that occurs toward the end of Ramadan, in the fall. The reason stated for this decision to eliminate Labor Day for the Muslim holiday was to accommodate the Muslim workers at the plant.

The company is focusing on the fact that the number of holidays still numbers at eight, meaning the change will not affect production, hardly considering the fact that they've eliminated an American holiday for a concession to an ideology that has declared war on The West. Rather than assimilate into the American Culture, the Muslims are expecting to be a culture apart from ours.

The Muslim holiday, Eid al-Fitr, specifically means "Festival of the Breaking of the Fast" in Arabic, and marks the end of Ramadan, the Muslim holy month of fasting.

Eid al-Fitr is now one of eight paid holidays for all Team Members at Tyson, while Labor Day is now no longer a paid holiday. The negotiating committee claims they felt they should do this because the holiday is as important to Muslims as Christmas is to Christians (forgetting the fact that Christmas also is celebrated by non-Christians too - though more as a holiday of giving, rather than the celebration of Jesus Christ's birth). Two prayer rooms have been created to allow Muslim workers to pray twice a day and return to work without leaving the plant. Also, in addition to regular, non-paid breaks, all Tyson employees are allotted a seven-minute paid break so that they may go to these prayer rooms and pray during the allotted additional break. Could you imagine if the Christians requested a prayer room for their own use, or wanted an additional break for Bible Study? What would have happened in that case? They would have been laughed right out of the offices of the plant for such a request. Of course, the argument here is that the extra break can be used by any employee - but the intention behind it is a concession to Islam.

When you break it down, the Muslims, fueled by the hate of Islamic teachings, want to destroy the American way of life, and we are bending over backwards to let them!

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