Saturday, August 9, 2008

Boycott Tyson Foods Inc.

On August 1st, Debbie Schlussel highlighted the latest case of pandering to Islamists by an American corporation. This outrage was exposed on her website,, and is recounted at

Tyson Foods Inc., replaced an American civic holiday, Labor Day, as one of the paid days off work for its employees. Eid al-Fitr, an Islamic observance, will replace Labor Day. With this decision, Tyson Foods Inc. has demonstrated its preference for a day commemorating the fabrication of the verses which were later compiled and called the Koran. This book is cited by Mohamedans as justification for polygyny, violence toward women, oppression of Jews and Christians, execution of rape victims and numerous other injustices. The day celebrating the industriousness of Americans fell victim to Sharia-creep.

On August 8th, Tyson agreed to restore Labor Day as a paid holiday yet also keep Eid al-Fitr as a paid holiday. Tyson is attempting to save face with the restoration. However, it does not negate the acquiescing to Islamists' demands. More information on the issue can be read at Sharia-creep took two steps forward then one step back. However, the fact remains that Islamists ended up with one more step toward Sharia when the dust settled in this dispute. That one step needs to be forced back as well.

Therefore, we request that all freedom-loving individuals boycott Tyson's products. Also, we ask that you contact the corporation to express your opposition to this decision. Please explain to these panderers that you will not purchase their products as long as they continue to kowtow to Islamists.

Tyson Foods Inc. can be contacted in a few different ways.
  • the postal address
Consumer Relations CP631
2210 West Oaklawn drive
Springdale, AR 72764-6999

  • customer relations telephone number, 1-800-233-6332
Please spread the word far and wide. Tyson must understand that there are most Americans that still value hard work, not totalitarianism. That sentiment extends to which days we choose to celebrate.

written by Charles Kastriot
edited by Islam S. Bane


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