In our current climate today, most people would not relish having a mosque being built in their neighborhood. I know with 100% certainty that if I saw one being erected in my small town I would be pretty worried. Well, that is exactly how one community felt when they discovered that a mosque was being built in their town. Instead of just letting this go without a word these folks decided to make sure their voices were heard.
It comes as no surprise that Muslims are not fans of pigs. Which is pretty sad for them since they are missing out on the glorious taste of bacon, right? The people of Dijon, France were none too pleased to learn that a mosque was being built in their town. So, instead of just protesting the new building they hung six sawn-halves of pigs heads on the gate.
According to Breitbart:
SIX SAWN-HALVES OF PIGS HEADS WERE DISCOVERED ON THE GATES OF THE BUILDING IN GENLIS, A SMALL TOWN NEAR DIJON, FRANCE ON FRIDAY MORNING. FURTHER TO THE PIG HEADS, FURTHER “COLD CUTS” OF PORK WERE DISCOVERED THROWN INTO THE YARD.
FRANCE’S LE FIGAROREPORTS THE COMMENTS OF THE LOCAL MAYOR, WHO SAID THE ASSOCIATION OF SOCIOCULTURE AND MUSLIM CULTURE OF GENLIS (ASCMG) HAD “ACQUIRED THIS BUILDING WITH THE AIM OF MAKING IT A PLACE OF WORSHIP IN THE FUTURE. THIS ANNOUNCEMENT, MADE IN THE REGIONAL PRESS LAST WEEK, HAD UNLEASHED [BAD FEELINGS]”.
inOf course, the Dijon prosecutor has opened up an investigation on this crime, and currently, do not have any leads. The prosecutor feels that this was used to provoke the public with discrimination or racial hatred.
What is aggravating about this is that people are sick and tired of government officials not hearing what they want. Around the globe, people are tired of Muslims infiltrating their communities and destroying them in the process. People do not want them after seeing the destruction they leave wherever they go.
Maybe if the government would listen to the people and stop allowing the influx of Muslims in their communities this would happen less. Until then, there will be unrest from the people since their concerns are not being addressed.