Will the U.S. be next:France: Peugeot car plant closed as Muslim workers took “too many prayer breaks”

crew-2231211The countries in Western Europe would do well to pay heed to the situation in France.

 

Their explanation provided below, by Muslim British jihadist Anjem Choudary citing the Quran shows the clear contempt they

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have for those who employ them.

Solution: Don’t hire them, no need to fire them.

Historically, Muslim interlopers make excessive demands, in this case where they are employed, leading to the complete closure of their plant ending their jobs.

 

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Though well deserved by the Muslims, this is not the case for non-Muslims who now find themselves unemployed.

The U.S. this would likely not happen as the ACLU would take up their charge, tying manufactures up with expensive lawsuits.

Would it be that difficult to create job qualifications that Muslims can’t meet?

 

 

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Will the U.S. be next:France: Peugeot car plant closed as Muslim workers took “too many prayer breaks”

  1. Sadly, America has Unions that essentially do the same thing.

    The Freedom of Religion does not allow religious folks to demand extortion money from employers.

    The backlash against Islam and Muslims is coming to the world. The backlash is justified and will not stop worldwide.

    The Muslims must change to fit into the global society.

    Currently, Muslims demand that all,others change tom obey their Sharia Law. That change will never happen.

    SO, the conflict will continue until the Muslims stop their demands of the entire world to obey Sharia Law.

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  2. now if those muslims had jobs like working for o’bama (who supplied prayer mats in the white house), nobody would notice a reduction in work output (zero is zero)

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  3. Pingback: Will the U.S. be next:France: Peugeot car plant closed as Muslim workers took “too many prayer breaks” | zooforyou

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