Islamic terrorists threaten to poison the American food supply, target restaurants and hotels, while at the Tyson Chicken plant in Shelbyville Tennessee (a large number of employees are Somali Muslims) has "all americans must die" written on one wall. Hmmmm. Any connections here? Security has been increased at the plant because employees and those living in the community are concerned. As we reported here, Tennessee seems to have given up it's States rights when it comes to immigration, or refugee resettlement.
As Pam Geller reminds us:
Back in 2009, I reported on the continuing escalation of Islamic supremacist demands on the secular workplace and the accompanying hostilies. The mosqueing of the workplace is part of the islamization of America. Case in point: Shelbyville, Tennessee: Muslims in other cities were drawn to Shelbyville by the jobs offered at the local Tyson chicken processing plant. The large influx of Somalis has only added to locals' frustration with the plant and the government.
"We've had three major industries shut down here and 700 to 800 people have lost their jobs," Mosely said. "They're trying to find anything they can, and then--as they see it--the government is shipping people from overseas to come here and take their jobs."
Despite locals' continued complaints over its hiring practices, Tyson says it is doing things by the book.
The Tyson plant generated national controversy when it dropped Labor Day as a paid holiday in favor of the Muslim holiday Eid al-Fitr.
The decision was later reversed, but longtime local residents say the incident was symbolic of the larger changes taking place in Shelbyville--changes they are coping with as best they can.