There’s a #BloodSausageGate scandal boiling in Germany because the Interior Ministry served pork sausage at an “Islam conference in Berlin,” even though other food was available and non-Muslims were in attendance.
The Interior Ministry defended its decision to serve blood pork sausage. “It said the serving reflected the ‘religious-pluralistic composition’ of the event, which brought together Muslim associations and leaders with officials from the federal and local governments.” Nonetheless, it apologized anyway.
“Diversity,” “tolerance,” and “pluralism” initiatives are usually aimed at infidels only; the arrow is always pointing only in one direction.
The article below does not reveal who was officially responsible for the menu. It does, however, imply that the German government (at taxpayer expense) was at least partly responsible. If it was of utmost importance to the national Islam conference organizers that pork not be served, then they should have requested to be responsible for the menu, and shoulder the cost as well. Once again, Islamic supremacist demands must be accommodated, or else.