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Fort Morgan, CO: Nearly 200 Somali workers fired at Cargill meatpacking plant

Posted by Ann Corcoran on January 1, 2016

Oh boy, I get to use that wonderful German word – schadenfreude!

I first wrote about “WELCOMING” Ft. Morgan in 2008, go here to see many pages of posts on how the town opened its arms to Somalis being brought there through a refugee contractor for employment at Cargill Meat Solutions.

Cargill, by seeking out immigrant labor (including cheap Somali refugee labor), is one of the corporations directly responsible for destroying the cultural cohesiveness of your towns and cities often followed by the introduction of shariah law.  Demanding special treatment in the workplace for Islamic prayer is bringing shariah law to your community!

Refugees from Somalia fill their place of worship on Friday afternoons for prayer in the rented back rooms of a main street business in Fort Morgan. Joe Amon, The Denver Post

Refugees from Somalia fill their place of worship on Friday afternoons for prayer in the rented back rooms of a main street business in Fort Morgan. Joe Amon, The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/islam/ci_18692211

(Lutheran Social Services of Rocky Mountains is largely responsible along with Cargill. That is the same contractor that wants to seed Wyoming with Somalis).

See also, ‘Meatpackers changing small town America,’ here.

The Denver Post tells us the seeding of Ft. Morgan began in 2005.

Don’t miss one of my favorite posts of all time.  I reported on the Editor of the Ft. Morgan Times calling me out (I don’t know who else he could have meant at the time).

I’ve been waiting since 2008 to use this!

Editor:

Of course, if it were up to some people, Somali refugees would not have a chance to resettle anywhere in the U.S. There is even a Web site devoted to teaching Americans how to chase refugees of various sorts out of town.

This is a kind of insanity, since everyone except Native Americans are immigrants. Unfortunately, it shows the dark, ugly underside of our great country.

Now, here is the news yesterday from Reuters. Will there now be 200 unemployed Somalis hanging around Ft. Morgan?

Nearly 200 workers, mostly Somali immigrants, have been fired from a meat-packing plant in Colorado after staging a walkout to protest what they said were insufficient prayer accommodations, the company and Islamic advocacy groups said on Thursday.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) said the workers were treated in a “discriminatory manner” by managers at the Cargill Meat Solutions [CARGIL.UL] facility in Fort Morgan, about 75 miles northeast of Denver.

I’m not shedding any tears for Cargill, but I am for America!

Continue reading here and see that the ‘Somali Jesse Jackson’ (Omar Jamal) has inserted himself into the controversy.  I bet we have nearly 100 posts on Jamal who entered the US illegally more than a decade ago and was never deported!

Editor: This will be cross-posted at my new blog ‘American Resistance 2016’ because it makes a major point the we are covering there.

35 Responses to “Fort Morgan, CO: Nearly 200 Somali workers fired at Cargill meatpacking plant”

  1. […] reported the Ft. Morgan Cargill plant’s woes here as Somalis walked off the job with demands for special accommodation for prayer […]

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  5. Robert Strong said

    Dr. Bill Warner’s booklet “Sharia Law for Non-Muslims” has an answer for this situation.

    Chapter 12, “Demands”, reveals some very important Islamic doctrines that can be used to counter Muslims’ demands in the public and private sectors. You’ve probably heard of instances where Muslims have demanded time and a place to pray in schools, workplaces and prisons. They have also demanded that halal (Sharia compliant) food be provided for them in those same places. They say that their religion requires them to observe certain practices that are part of its “sacred law”, Sharia and claim it’s a freedom of religion issue.

    In such cases, though, Sharia law allows Muslims to postpone or NOT observe certain Sharia requirements when they are in difficult circumstances. The first doctrine is tayseer, which means “lightening one’s burden” or “making it easy” and is derived from Koran 4:28, “Allah wishes to lighten your burden, for man was created weak.” Warner further explains:

    “When the circumstances are difficult and Sharia law is not in force (Muslims are a minority living in a non-Islamic
    country), a Muslim’s burden is lightened. They are obligated to pray and not handle pork, for instance, but if the
    circumstances are difficult, then the requirements are lightened. This leads to the concept of darura, necessity.

    “If it is necessary, what is forbidden is permitted. If a Muslim is hungry and there is no halal (Sharia compliant) food,
    then he can eat any food. If a Muslim is where they cannot pray, then the prayer can be done later. If Sharia law has
    not been implemented, then a Muslim may handle pork, for example, with no consequences.

    “Here is an example of the principle of darura: (from “Reliance of the Traveller”: Sharia law)
    ‘f15.18 It is a necessary condition for the permissibility of joining prayers (making up missed prayers) that the person
    be: […] (5) Someone who fears harm in earning his living … giving leeway to workers for whom it is impossible to
    leave their work.’ (Note: f15.18 is the correct reference # for this quote, not f15.17 as in Warner’s booklet).

    “In short, if a Muslim cannot pray at work or school, it can be made up later. Islamic demands are about ‘wants’ not
    necessities. If their demands are not met, there is no harm to their religion.

    “Another example of darura is found in buying insurance. Insurance is forbidden in Sharia, but if car insurance is
    required by Kafir law, then necessity allows a Muslim to buy the forbidden insurance.

    “By banning Sharia law, no Muslim’s needs are violated. We are restricting political Islam, not restricting religious
    Islam.”

    “Reliance of the Traveller” (sic) explains further in c6.2 that the permission given by darura is called rukhsa, dispensation: “Dispensation is when what is normally forbidden is made permissible because of necessity or need.”

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  6. ELN said

    Reblogged this on ELLIOT LAKE News.

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  7. ourcatsgotfleas said

    “Omar Jamal, executive director of the Somali Human Rights Commission, said Cargill managers may not have understood that depending on the time of year Muslims are required to pray at different times during the day”.

    How are you supposed to run a business against that? Businesses are idiots if they think moslems are employable.

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    • Ann Corcoran said

      I guess they are going to learn about Islam the hard way. Unfortunately it is the American citizen that will suffer because of their greed to improve their bottom line. We will have to support them with MORE welfare $$$ than they get now.

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    • 7delta said

      How are you supposed to run a business against that? Businesses are idiots if they think moslems are employable.

      The prayer issue is probably the least of food packers problems, but no one seems inclined to question why there has been a significant up-tick in product recalls due to e.coli in the last 20 years or so. Intentional contamination or not, a serious (and honest) inquiry needs to be done into the frequent recall occurrences and Shariah mandated hygiene practices.

      Businesses and the Chamber of Commerce will regret their push for cheap labor one day. They’re ripe for targeting to harm the American food supply and other lucrative businesses by taking out their physical ability to operate. If and when that happens, the very people lobbying for their own demise will blame the federal government, starting with Congress, for not keeping them safe, not to mention how the American people will feel. Beware, o’ politicians seeking big donor bucks. It will be YOUR fault, because it is. Businesses may not be clean in this, but the buck stops with Congress and the executive.

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  8. Please list the Republican congressional members who take money from these resettlement groups. They really need to be exposed to voters!

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    • Ann Corcoran said

      I don’t think the politicians take money from the resettlement groups, but they do take money from the industries that benefit from the cheap refugee labor.

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      • Skip Patel said

        Congress-creatures engage in 5-Star :”fact finding Missions” (Junkets) and return to D.C. as “experts” on particular bills.

        Mainly these junkets are pure malarkey.

        Congressman exposes truth behind illegal kids
        Fact-finding mission finds children definitely NOT ‘refugees’ http://tinyurl.com/lcmccrx

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  9. Change the other one. I got the wrong word in it. It should be inferior. Muslims are Muslims are Muslims are Muslims. They are taught that they are better with all others being superior. That is a recipe for disaster. God got rid of people like that. They will set up laws that will all manner of evil to godly people. Don’t be equally yoked with them. Obama is evil wanting people to be equally yoked with them.

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  10. FatherJon said

    Well, nobody that’s made a horrendous mistake likes to hear ‘I told you so’ but isn’t it so true in this case? American authorities were warned about the colossal mistake bringing in so many people of alien, unassimilable cultures in such large groups, but business lobbies won out, to everyone’s detriment.
    I saw a relevant wall sign in a $2 shop the other day – ‘What is an askhole? Someone who asks for advice and does the opposite’.

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    • Ann Corcoran said

      Thanks so much for the great laugh! I hope you bought it!

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    • Dave Gorak said

      “Life is hard. It’s even harder if you’re stupid.” – John Wayne No tears for Cargill. That community should be furious about what the company did to the residents. So what are they going to do now? Don’t bet the ranch that they will finally break down and offer higher wages to Americans who used to do those jobs but for better wages.

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      • Skip Patel said

        Obviously Cargill does not operate Hallal facilities. Aren’t we making sinners of these poor refugees? Wouldn’t they be much happier back in their homelands?

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  11. Dave Gorak said

    Is there a separate subscription for American Resistance?

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    • Ann Corcoran said

      Dave, I think so but to tell you the truth I’m not sure (that is all done through wordpress). Maybe if you are a wordpress user of some sort it subscribes you to all wordpress sites like mine. It’s the only explanation for why I have over 1,800 subscribers to American Resistance in only a few hours. Maybe best to go to American Resistance (http://anncorcoran2016.org/) and sign up. Or, wait until I write something else and see if it shows up in your inbox.

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  12. Muslims are Muslims are Muslims are Muslims. They are taught that they are better with all others being superior. That is a recipe for disaster. God got rid of people like that. They will set up laws that will all manner of evil to godly people. Don’t be equally yoked with them. Obama is evil wanting people to be equally yoked with them.

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  13. Roy Hobs said

    “Of course, if it were up to some people, Somali refugees would not have a chance to resettle anywhere in the U.S. There is even a Web site devoted to teaching Americans how to chase refugees of various sorts out of town.

    This is a kind of insanity, since everyone except Native Americans are immigrants. Unfortunately, it shows the dark, ugly underside of our great country.

    What you fail to admit and or recognize is that the first “immigrants” were CAUCASIANS! Don’t fall for the Cultural Marxist propaganda that ‘all races are equal’ or that ‘we all bleed red’. The Creator never intended for the Races to be mixed. They are not us; we are not them. Our great country was ‘great’ because it was homogenous. Barbara Lerner Spectre reveals our true enemy.

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  14. Cathy said

    Wow! What a way to begin the new year!! You know, I’m wondering if, by seeding food operations with such a labor pool, we could be inviting terror attacks on our food supplies….

    I am SICK of CAIR!!

    Have you sent out a special announcement about your new blog? Perhaps I missed it. Can I sign up for email updates? Are you calling it American Resistance 2016? Good name!! I LOVE the graphic! Where did you find it?

    As we begin anew this January 1, I have five words for you, my Compatriot: Let’s Make America GREAT AGAIN!!! 😍🇺🇸😍🇺🇸

    Sent from my iPhone

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    • Ann Corcoran said

      Every time I write a meatpacker story where Muslims are in the plant I think how easy it would be to scare Americans to death and destroy the economy if we feared for our food supply. Yes American Resistance 2016! Like the logo, it is one of those you can buy on those “free” graphics websites. LOL! nothing is free!

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  16. Phonographnut@aol.com said

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  18. They should return to Somalia and change their own country.
    David Jackson

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    • Ann Corcoran said

      It is so insane. We have admitted over 120,000 Somalis to the US in the last 30 years. Right now they are coming in at the rate of about 9,000 a year. Does it ever stop? That is why once the gates are open to Syrians it will be three decades before that flow even begins to slow! Get involved in the political process this year and tell all your friends they must do so as well!

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    • FatherJon said

      This applies to ‘refugee’ programs all over the Western world. We’ve lost thousands of young soldiers fighting in those countries to make life better, just so that their young men can flee to the West to live out some imaginary hedonistic life on the social welfare which the real workers in those countries worked hard to accumulate.

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      • Ann Corcoran said

        How come some of us can see this so clearly and others (who support this) can’t? Is it some sort of brain abnormality? Is a death wish in their genes somehow? It can’t be chalked up to upbringing or home environment because there are so many of us who learned do-gooderism (for lack of a better term) at home and then rejected some it when it came to inviting enemies like these into our homes.

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        • FatherJon said

          I’d suggest, Ann, that it’s due to misplaced altruism among our otherwise well-meaning middle classes. Brought up post WW2 with all the comforts of a comfortable upbringing, many people develop a false conscience and guilt compared to the ‘poor and starving masses’ of the world. This guilt factor is what has taken Germany to the brink of disaster under Merkel, and the people smugglers, leftist politicians and business entrepreneurs have exploited it to the max.
          I have several dedicated Christian groups in my neighborhood who feel they are doing God’s work by extending a merciful welcoming hand to ‘refugees’ until the relationships start to sour little by little for complex but unsurprising reasons.

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