Like it or not, America is being taken over. What used to be the plot line to a disturbing movie watched on Friday night from the safety of our couch is playing out before our very eyes in middle America today, and few are willing to do anything about it. The invasion of the United States isn’t happening in such a way that the news crews are flocking to report on it, and it’s not politically advantageous for Congress to speak about it, so they ignore it, but it’s happening none the less.
Middle America, the “flyover states” if you will, are being taken over by the virus that is Sharia Law, brought in by immigrants, or refugees or whatever sympathetic name you want to give those who are infiltrating our nation while we watch in silence. And should you be inspired to raise your voice and make a fuss, you’ll immediately be branded a racist, or Islamaphobe or something of similarly politically incorrect.
In one small city in Missouri, the take over is happening not only in population but jobs and city streets. The Somalian population in Noel Missouri is growing by leaps and bounds, and the gainfully employed are all working at the meatpacking companies. Not only has their presence there booted many of the American union workers out of their jobs, but the new and improved employees are also demanding that the company comply with their religious constraints. Creeping Sharia is shining a light on this epidemic, hoping that the world will see what is happening under our very noses:
“NOEL, Mo. — In the far southwest corner of Missouri, refugees may be putting food on your dinner table.
Abdulkadir Abdullahi, a native of Somalia who came to the United States in 2009, estimated that 400 to 500 Somalis, along with some 60 to 70 Sudanese — many of them refugees — now live in the town of Noel, where U.S. Census workers counted a bit more than 1,800 residents in the 2010 Census. He makes a living as an interpreter between the residents and various community groups.
Nearly everyone works for one employer: a chicken processing facility that Tyson Foods (TSN) operates. It sits across the Elk River from downtown, and starting about 10 years ago, the plant’s relatively high starting wages and promises of steady work changed the town’s demographics.
‘The companies who produce food, like chicken, throughout the year they don’t have layoffs,’ Abdullahi said, explaining Noel’s main appeal to the newcomers.
Obviously, it’s a great thing when an immigrant wants to get a job, that’s something that is highly encouraged. It’s also encouraged that anyone who plans to continue to live in a new country assimilates to that culture, which these people don’t seem to be doing. Their banding together and keeping their community intact is what is problematic for many. They seem to want to keep the things that made them need to flee from their country, like Islam, and keep up those practices here, thereby contaminating our country as well.
Case in point, the workers who now make up a huge portion of this meatpacking factory’s workforce pushed their religions agenda off on the company when they walked out because the couldn’t pray five times a day while working.
“In October 2011, about 130 Somali workers briefly walked off the job during a dispute over prayer time, The Joplin Globe reported. Observant Muslims pray five times a day.
At the time, workers said management changes left them unable to take rotated breaks. Tyson said its religious accommodation policies hadn’t changed and that the matter ‘was rooted in language differences.’
The refugees ‘want to practice their Sharia law here, and that’s one thing the city won’t tolerate,’ he said. Sharia law refers to the set of principles that direct the moral and religious lives of Muslims.
Asked to explain his views, Lafley said men in the community don’t treat women well.
Lydia Kaume, a nutrition specialist with the University of Missouri Extension, said driver’s education was found to be a need. Accidents were being attributed to new arrivals’ lack of knowledge about the rules of the road.
‘It’s an issue of not knowing what the expectations are,’ Kaume said generally of the community’s challenges.
‘A lot of people aren’t happy because their little town is turned into a third-world country,’ he said.
He acknowledged the feeling of alienation likely goes both ways.
‘When they get together on Main Street to go to the mosque, it kind of intimidates some people,’ he said. ‘You get a bunch of white people milling around, and it probably intimidates them.’”
Yes, that is as bad as it sounds; the Muslims are saying that they don’t want white people “milling around” on the streets of Missouri because it intimidates them. The only logical answer to that would be to remove all the white people so that the Muslims don’t feel nervous. That means that they’d have successfully taken over a territory. And when they outgrow that territory, they would expand, taking over more and more territory. You know, kind of like what they’re doing to Israel, ever expanding, until they take the land and homes of those they consider to be infidels.
The Tyson factory in question provides about 1,600 jobs to residents of Noel, and they’ve reported that the influx of refugees has seriously damaged the labor market:
“‘These meat-packing companies undermine the union jobs,’ Mehlman told Breitbart Texas. ‘They’ve brought in illegal aliens and refugees, but essentially, they’ve used this to replace their unionized workforce. It’s a labor subsidy for the employers.’
‘There’s a myth that illegal aliens are a source of cheap labor,’ Mehlman continued. ‘It’s cheap only to the direct employer. The rest of us have to pay for healthcare, education, and other social services.’”
Even if our lives weren’t in imminent danger by allowing this parasite to grow inside our very hometowns, this system would still be bound to cripple us in the long term. It’s bad for our economy, and it’s even worse for our chances of ever winning the war on terror.