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Politicians Try to force pork on german population

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If eating meat is patriotic, is not eating it traitorous?

Brietbart reports that members of German chancellor Angela Merkel’s party are calling for pork to be a mandatory menu item in government-controlled canteens, and schools. The dramatic insistence follows porks recent removal from government controlled plates, something politicians claims was enforced while working to accommodate a new, Muslim population.

Germany’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) politicians are launching a campaign and motions in parliament to preserve pork as a staple, citing it’s presence in German culture.

When asked about the recent withdrawal, parliamentary CDU leader Daniel Günther said “the protection of minorities – including for religious reasons – must not mean that the majority is overruled in their free decision by a false sense of consideration”. He insists that new, migrant Germans would have to learn “the appreciation and sufferance of other food cultures and lifestyles.”

The group has already been mocked by Green Party members for forcing people to report for “pork duty.” This whole thing just screams pork farmer influence. Surely, the sales of pork products and the people who benefit from commodifying animals have much more to do with this than the cultural perception of Germany. 

Don’t these leaders have more pressing matters than what’s served for lunch?

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