Communal workplace kitchens may soon face a ban on pork products like sausage rolls and ham sandwiches over fears that they are “offensive to certain faiths.
New guidelines proposed by CoExist House, a U.S. and UK-based interfaith group, urge employers to consider the rules of Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism and Sikhism, as well as new religions like Scientology. It warns bosses to be sensitive to worker’s religions before allowing ham products to be stored or prepared alongside other products.
The group also suggests that alcohol should not be served at corporate events in case it upsets the feelings of members of certain faiths (would these certain faiths be muslim I wonder, because they’re the only faith that has a problem with other peoples’ ways of life, and they seem to have a problem with everything.
Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, Pork Pie, yummy. With a dollop of Branston Pickle, a mixed salad and a couple of slices of crusty bread, washed down with a pint of trsditional English bitter. Food for the Gods, but not middle eastern Gods it seems. Well this is a British website, we don’t do politically correct and we like pork pie, bacon sandwiches, sausage baps and so on. And if your religion has a problem with that, you can FUCK THE FUCKING FUCK OFF.
We in the developed nations are constantly told we must accept multiculturalism (Why? We never voted in favour of it?), celebrate diversity (We do celebrate diversity, there are thousands of diverse lifestyle within western societies) and adapt to accommodate the quirky but charming traditions of immigrants …
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