Tyson foods accomdating somalis
Tyson Foods is now ending employees’ paid day off for Labor Day and, instead, giving ’em the paid day off for the Muslim festival, Eid Al-Fitr, which marks the end of Ramadan. It will be interesting to see how Tyson calculates which day it is, since Muslims are never really sure on which day or two it falls until right before–and since Shi’ites and Sunnis frequently feud about when it falls.Since I keep kosher, I don’t eat Tyson Foods products anyway, but I call on you my readers to boycott the company. By 2050, the Census Bureau predicts, the United States will have a new ethnic minority: non-Hispanic whites. Hispanic residents — who may be of any race — make up another 45 percent, with African-Americans, Asian-Americans and a variety of immigrants rounding out the rest. Census will show non-Hispanic whites as the minority in as many as four Kansas counties: Finney, Seward, Grant and Ford. Non-Hispanic whites for years have been a minority in Wyandotte County, which has significant African-American and Hispanic populations. In her spare time, she studies English and Spanish. New census numbers show that non-Hispanic whites now account for just under 50 percent of Finney County's 42,000 residents.Back in 2009, I reported on the continuing escalation of Islamic supremacist demands on the secular workplace and the accompanying hostilies.The mosqueing of the workplace is part of the islamization of America.Last month, Somali residents ruffled some feathers in Garden City after they requested a Muslim-only section in the city cemetery for religious reasons.
Local Somalis and those who work with them say there actually may be 1,500 or more living in the community.
The decision was later reversed, but longtime local residents say the incident was symbolic of the larger changes taking place in Shelbyville–changes they are coping with as best they can.
Something bad is cooking in Shelbyville, Tennessee.
"All Americans Must Die" written on wall of Tyson Chicken plant that adopted Muslim holiday in 2008 Old Ironsides Every piece of good journalism is supposed to begin with an opening paragraph that identifies the important elements related to the story: Who, what, where, when and why.
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