There is a free app available that identifies companies who are paying halal fees. I have used it and it works. By scanning the bar code of any product with your phone camera it will tell you whether the manufacturer of that product is halal certified or not.

I don’t believe it identifies whether the specific product is certified or not, but it identifies the manufacturer as being certified… and that’s where you can really hurt companies that support the scam.

It took me just a minute to go through everything in the pantry, I was stunned and I will never enter any shop again without it. And I want the shop owner to see me using it.

Warning! It appears not to work on older model phones and Kirralie of halalchoices.com.au will have an improved version out soon.

This free app is called “buycott”.

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Frogga
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I loved the article in the Tele today where businesses couldn’t understand the backlash and call all us Halal haters radicals and politically motivated. What a crock. The downside is we WILL lose export orders and that will effect the economy if these companies aren’t certified.

Masculumosor
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Masculumosor

The Hate Team is working overtime today.

Masculumosor
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Yeah, I think I even got ‘israel hater” or some such label. Can’t remember exactly now. But he was advocating an eventual Chinese takeover of Australia….and I be the “leftie” Duh!

Masculumosor
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“Gentleman” labelled me a “leftist” and a “neo-Nazi”, in the same post. Damn….makes you wonder.

JaiNormosone
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Downloaded and using! THANKS LP! 🙂

Masculumosor
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Gunther, If you suggest on this forum that neither are acceptable in Australia, you will ( like me ) be labelled a “leftist” a “neo Nazi” and “anti Israel” ( whatever that means ).

Panda
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Panda

Anyone for a bit of Ethnic Cleansing?

Baxter
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Baxter

HALAL = ALLAH. Do not be fooled, this is Sharia.

Panda
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Panda

Why did we let the Abos feed us shit when they were less than 0.5% of the population? Why do we let the Isamic Scum feed us more shit when they are only 2% of the population?

Panda
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Panda

In France they allocate a back corner of the store for Isamic Shit.

Masculumosor
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Masculumosor
Masculumosor
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Masculumosor

Why can’t they just eat what we do. Why are either of them so special. Sick of Hebrews and Bedouins. Piss off back to the Middle East where you all belong.

uno1
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uno1

The App states that Parmalat is not Halal yet Halal Choices website states it is

DubiousDerek
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DubiousDerek

The jury is still out on this App. I scanned 5 food items in the office, it identified one as OK, jumped on the Nescafe Cappuccino sachets as being part of the Nestles halal scam and the other three it obviously could not identify as it labelled all of them as Mega Chips, potato chips, which they did not in anyway resemble. I think Kevin Freer had a similar experience in an earlier post. So do we assume that if the product is unknown it is non halal? I might add that the Nestle product mentioned above was not displaying… Read more »

Bandyboy
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Bandyboy

Rather than bury pigs and tell them after – bury them in pits (in pieces) far and wide on the property and spread pig’s blood far and wide. If you want amusement back a truck up to a mosque with 4 pigs (Number each pig thus 1-2-3-5) Sit back and watch the search for number 4!

2bits
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2bits

i’m told that our muslim population is 2%… and yet they have such influence over our politicians, government and our society ?

ProtectOz
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ProtectOz

I read yesterday that out of the 57 IOC countries that only FIVE yes 5 had halal certification. You should also look up the word BIDDAH – the koran should not be altered and any additions are considered an insult to allah. So hopefully all muslims participating in the halal racket will have to top themselves as it is against the koran. Shame that information cant get out a bit wider so that us infidels have an argument against this rort.

@screwedtenancy
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I’m over the Muslims trying to teach us their language. I don’t care what Halal means, or Haram, Harem whatever it’s called. I’m not an infidel and don’t care what Morehammered said 1400 years ago. Geez for a small percentage of the population, they exert far too much influence. Allahu Akbar and Abrak Adabra, lofasz a seggedbe to them all.

farmerkev
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farmerkev

What amazing power the social media has! When I am despondent about many aspects of western indifference and failing values, I am re-energised by examples such as this.

Notenoughrope
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Notenoughrope

I just sent this to Nestle: I love and have been eating Allens Lollies for over 30 years. I still continue to buy them regularly, despite being of an age where I should know better. But I have just been alerted to the fact that your lollies contain halal-certified gelatine. Despite the fact that halal-certification is patently a mafia type extortion racket, I would expect a company the size of Nestle to be able to withstand pressure from these islamic organisations. As someone who objects to funding islamic food practices through my normal shopping, I wish to inform you that… Read more »

ImPropaGanda
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The Muslims have used social media and their smart phones to recruit people to their cause – so it is fitting for us to wage jihad against their halal tax by the same means. Just wondering, as many of the smart phones are assembled in China with Chinese labour, the Chinese love their pork, so how does it go with a halal certified smart phones, assembled by people who eat pork.

HanseaticKid
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Unless I have misread the recent posts, virtually everything and anything on the planet is halal. Given that that appears to be the case, the halal certification scam exposes not only how deceitful the damn certification exercise is but it also speaks volumes about the poor calibre of people in decision making positions in business and government and how poor calibre the advisors are. The moslems have not only scammed industry, they’ve scammed our community with their propaganda, lies, deceit and general “helping ourselves to your generosity” approach to Australia which hosts them. Perhaps the main exception to halal is… Read more »

Ducktracy.
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annesrosecottage
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annesrosecottage

Thanks Terry – i have been trying to work that one out for ages.

Twinkle
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Twinkle

Off topic. Why is the ABC so anti the G20? Latest little gem, the question..How will you survive the G20? Well I live here and so far I am doing okay.

Twinkle
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Twinkle

Finally got the app on my Apple iPhone, Could not find it on the Apple IPad.

M60
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cont…..aren’t the villains, it’s US folks. For choosing to not buy a product we don’t want. BLOODY HELL! How unkind of us to actually exercise a customer right to not buy a product from a company that pays extortion money to support Islamic terrorism. Of course Trioli didn’t go anywhere near that particular how-much-did-you-pay-for halal-certification subject. OH, no! Too much information, which equates to …The truth. Well, at least the anti-halal movement seems to be working. PS: Anybody know anything about this Basham fellow’s heritage?

M60
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The Trioli woman helped that hapless liar David Basham (Pres. of S.A. Dairy Assoc.) through his uncomfortable three minute TV interview this morning during which he looked like he was about to shit himself, enough of it came out of his mouth. The thrust of the ‘interview’, which was more an apologia to the Islamic extortionists for Australians being a bunch of……you guessed it……RACISTS……..for ….you guessed it again,…..BULLYING….Fleurieu Dairy into dropping a 50 grand ‘contract’ to supply the Islamic Airline Etihad with yogurt. (Gee whiz! Fifty thousand dollars a year would translate to no more than $100-$ 150 a week… Read more »

uno1
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uno1

I got the app and it works well testing everything in office