It seems that while NATO fight Isis with the right hand , they may be funding them with the left. As a conference in the Organisation for economic development (OECD) aimed at combating terrorist financing unfolded over two days, it was reported by authorities in Paris that they had identified hundreds of donors supporting terrorist organisations, many based in Turkey (which has received over one billion Euros from the EU) and Lebanon. If that wasn’t enough, it has been estimated that the funds of Isis now run into the billions. Unfortunately it appears that citizens of western Europe may unwittingly be supporting the spreading of Shariah financially as well.
Isis is not just the rag-tag group of terrorist mercenaries that most of us in the west would like to believe, but a well oiled machine with financial support and detailed records / money laundering rackets, all over the world. A frightening example of how deeply embedded into our nations the Islamic funding machine really runs is the gargantuan Halal industry. Halal certification can effectively only be obtained through Islamic organisations that have a direct interest in furthering the ideology of Islam and promoting the application of Shariah law, as specifically stated in the Qur’an. The Qu’ran outright commands the support of Jihad and the establishment of a worldwide Caliphate, therefore to argue that these organisations do not have a vested interest in supporting Isis is absurd.
An Australian senate enquiry in 2015 instigated by Senator Cory Bernardi posed the following questions about the Halal certification scandal:
- “Why are so many Aussie firms paying inflated prices to have Halal certification when they know the islamic market is not more than 3% of the buyer population?”
- “Are businesses coerced with threats of product tampering?”
- “Why is there a non-disclosure clause in the contracts companies sign?”
- “Does the cost of certification not also increase the price of food to all consumers?”
There are close to twenty four halal certification organisations operating in Australia, with the four biggest certifiers (classed as not-for-profit enterprises) being:
Australian Federation of Islamic Councils (AFIC),
Halal Certification Authority Australia (HCAA),
Supreme Islamic Council of Halal Meat in Australia (SICHMA) and the
Islamic Co-ordinating Council of Victoria (ICCV).
A number of businesses also provide Halal certification services.
This raises more and more questions:
How does this benefit either our broader Australian community or our Government’s
The Australian Government does not have a formal role in labeling Halal food for domestic
consumption, so WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO?
The result of the enquiry was a set of recommendations that the government should undertake immediately to address the grave findings. Here is an interview of Senator Bernardi in which he explains how deep the Halal scam really runs.
Australia and France are far from alone in this, as in Britain it has been found that every supermarket stocks Halal products, often not even labelling them as Halal, therefore the unwitting public are not given a choice. A phenomenally large amount of corporate takeaways such as KFC, Dominos, Pizza express, ASK Italian and gourmet burger kitchen also include Halal products, usually to the complete ignorance if their customers. Halal is a worldwide industry worth trillions and though many certifiers claim a ‘not for profit status’ huge sums of money have been found to be in the possession of these bodies and the representatives thereof.
What we do know without any doubt is that money from Halal certification has been used to fund Islamic schools and NGOs all across Europe that actively lobby our governments. In the UK a panel of hard left and Islamic organisations has been assembled to define what constitutes as ‘Islamophobic’ hate speech, punishable by law.
While our political representatives court the financial backing of Islamic and hard left NGOs, British people are arrested in their thousands on trumped up charges of ‘Islamophobia’ and ‘hate speech’.