November 24, 2009, - 3:43 pm
How do you know Muslims have reached critical mass . . . or at least the shrill whine level that gets them uber-pandering? When giant retailers blatantly cater to them, despite whom it might piss off. And when it ignores a major American holiday in favor of the Islamic one. Best Buy has gone down that path, forsaking the American majority for the Islamic minority.
If you’re planning on doing your post-Thanksgiving holiday shopping at Best Buy, you might think twice about carrying any ham or bacon around or even wearing your pigskin boots. In its latest weekly circular, Best Buy wishes you a Happy Eid Al-Adha . But Best Buy pointedly does NOT wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. It only asks you to spend Thanksgiving shopping at the store. Eid Al-Adha is the Islamic festival of sacrifice, one of the two major Islamic holidays. The other is Eid Al-Fitr.
Eid Al-Adha is based on the Islamic fraud and revisionist history that Abraham took Ismael, not Isaac, to be sacrificed when commanded by G-d. Complete baloney. But, hey, it makes Muslims feel good. Still, most Jews and Christians should be offended by this controversial holiday endorsement by Best Buy for that reason alone. (The Koran has Isaac being the son of the maid and cursed by G-d to be a wild animal. But we see the proof in the progeny about who got the wild savage curse.)
Yup, Best Buy wants non-Muslims to spend their Thanksgiving time–and, more important, dollars–at the store. But it only extends holiday greetings to Muslims. Normally, this whoring to Muslims is for dollars or votes. But in this case, Best Buy is whoring to Muslims, yet expecting the Infidel dopes to pay the bills. Nice.
Disgusting. And a very dumb move, Best Buy. . . especially just weeks after the Fort Hood Islamic massacre.
Sadly, I wish it were truly bad business for Best Buy to do this. Unfortunately, most Americans are more concerned with getting the best deal on the latest laptop or widescreen than they are with letting Best Buy know where to go with its “holiday greeting.”
Tags: Best Buy, Eid Al-Adha, festival of sacrifice, Islam, Islamic, Muslim, Thanksgiving