Belgium close to introducing BNP policy to ban ritual slaughter of animals

Belgium has become the latest country to ban the horrific practise of un-stunned halal and kosher slaughter.
The northern region of Flanders is the first in Belgium to introduce the ban and will be followed by Wallonia in September.
Belgium follows other Western nations who have already banned the sickening practise counting themselves among others including Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland and New Zealand.
British law demands animals are stunned before slaughter, according to the RSPCA this renders them “insensible to pain until death supervenes”.
However, under the multicultural regime of the political class, discriminatory exceptions are made for Muslims and Jews to enable them to torture animals on religious grounds.
Halal and kosher slaughter requires the slitting of the throat of the animal and slowly bleeding them to death causing excruciating pain.
Muslim and Jewish communities have expressed their opposition to the ban stating that slaughtering an animal in ‘perfect health’ by way of excruciating pain and torture renders its meat pure.
The BNP is fervently opposed to the horrific practise of ritual slaughter on the grounds of animal welfare, a policy which is supported by the British people who have an exemplary record of taking animal welfare to our hearts.
Furthermore, the barbaric practice highlights the need for one set of laws governing everyone equally.
A core BNP policy is that there can be no exception from British law on religious grounds, because it’s fair and right.
That’s why the BNP are stepping up our campaign to have the sickening practise of ritual slaughter of animals on religious grounds banned in Britain – because it’s the right thing to do.
We need your support to make this happen.

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