超赞!华裔五金商家不忿被Jakim假借猪毛之名找茬;纷纷用这招强力反击!不做穆斯林生意不会死!太给力了!贸消部终于低头了!

BlackWarrior     2017-02-09     87746     检举

超赞!华裔五金商家不忿被Jakim假借猪毛之名找茬;纷纷用这招强力反击!不做穆斯林生意不会死!太给力了!贸消部终于低头了!

华人商家的团结反击力量让贸消部发现踢到铁板,紧急宣布暂缓取缔猪毛漆扫行动!老虎不发威,拐杖民族还真的以为华人太好欺负!

华裔五金商店连日来被宗教局无理取闹,假借取缔猪毛漆扫之名骚扰,严重影响谋生商机。这些宗教局官员吃饱没事做,加上纳吉政府收容的160万公务员废柴坐吃山崩,只好想出各种办法巧立名目,针对非穆斯林下手搞风搞雨。既要华裔缴税养拐杖废物,又要不断欺压非穆斯林!马华一众鹌鹑领袖们不但袖手旁观,还找机会落井下石!企图用恶霸强权威胁华人:这就是你们不投票支持马华揾食发财的后果!识相的就乖乖重新投票给马华。

是可忍孰不可忍!华人五金商不约而同站出来反击了!他们干脆将所有漆扫都标签为《非清真》Non-Halal;有些更直接写明不卖给穆斯林!你们穆斯林要油漆请自己动手做漆扫,不要来找我们!我们不做你们穆斯林的生意不会死!

这招一使出来,轮到穆斯林叫苦连天了!华人不卖漆扫给你们穆斯林不会死,穆斯林买不到漆扫怎样油漆?难道用五根手指不成?

有些五金商甚至这样做:凡是毛做的漆扫一概标签为非清真不卖给穆斯林;穆斯林非要买的话,就推介价钱更高又不好用的塑料漆扫!塑料嘛,肯定哈拉咯!要用就用,不用就拉倒!反正那是你们的哈拉问题,不是我们的哈拉问题!

有人说天天被纳吉政府用GST轮奸、现在又被宗教局借猪毛之名打压谋生机会的华人,这样做是反应过度,可能会招来极端拐杖民族针对而更加打压。

但是更多人却认为这样的反应,刚好而已。面对长期无理打压敲诈,难道连做出反抗行动也不可以?就是因为华人长期逆来顺受,才助长了拐杖民族越来越嚣张的气焰,狂妄自大、吃定华人好欺负。

现在华人和一些开明的穆斯林也都支持华裔商家拿出勇气,不要继续学马华那样鹌鹑!不要被鹌鹑的家伙一句《可能引发猪毛五一三》就被吓到鸟毛都不见了!你今天不抗议,明天你连抗议的机会也没有了!

‘Non-halal’ tags added to avoid brush with the law

JOHOR BARU: In light of the authorities’ move to seize paint brushes suspected to be made from pig bristles, some hardware shops here are tagging all the brushes sold in their premises as “non-halal”.

Tan Jern Hsin, 28, who takes care of the family business in Johor Jaya, decided to do so to protect his stock from being confiscated by the authorities.

He took action immediately after learning that retailers were supposed to put up tags and separate brushes made from pig bristles from the rest.

“The problem is that we don’t even know what materials the brushes are made from as they come from our suppliers,” he said yesterday.

超赞!华裔五金商家不忿被Jakim假借猪毛之名找茬;纷纷用这招强力反击!不做穆斯林生意不会死!太给力了!贸消部终于低头了!

Ifcustomers insist on buying halal-certified paint brushes, Tan will make a separate order for nylon brushes, which are more expensive and do not contain any animal parts.

“A few customers had made such requests before but it is very rare. Nylon brushes are not sought after because nylon does not hold paint well and is impractical,” he added.

Hardware store retailer Welson Chan, 36, said it was unfair for the authorities to target traders instead of suppliers and manufacturers who did not inform them about the origins of the paint brushes.

“It does not make sense for us to keep sending paint brushes for tests at the laboratory before selling them. Just to be safe, I have also put up tags to inform customers that all my paint brushes are non-halal.

“I might lose a few customers but it is a risk I am willing to take compared to having my stock confiscated when the authorities come knocking,” he said.

Chan hoped that the authorities could give retailers a month’s grace period to get educated and separate the brushes before conducting raids.

The owner of a hardware shop in Larkin who only wanted to be known as Yong, said it had never been an issue with her customers before in her 20-year-old shop.

“I have a mix of customers and nobody highlighted or questioned about my paint brushes before and suddenly it became a big issue just because it went viral on the Internet,” she said.

The Johor Domestic Trade, Co-operative and Consumerism Ministry on Tuesday raided two hardware shops in Jalan Persiaran Larkin Perdana, Larkin, and confiscated about 150 paint brushes suspected to be made of pig bristles.

Meanwhile, in Petaling Jaya, the Muslim Consumers Association of Malaysia (PPIM) has suggested that the Government make it mandatory for manufacturers to label products that are made with parts of swine with a pig logo.

“This would help Muslim consumers make informed choices,” PPIM president Datuk Nadzim Johan told the press, according to Sin Chew Daily.

He said the association received more than 50 complaints from Muslim consumers who unknowingly purchased products made with swine last year.

At least 40 types of common consumer items may contain traces of pig, he added.

These include paint brushes, crayons, wallets, belts, shoes, ice-cream, fruit juice, shampoo, soap, toothpaste and mask, among others.

Under the Trade Descriptions Act, traders are required to separate non-halal items from halal products or risk being fined RM100,000, three years’ jail or both.