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On 5/23/2022 at 10:27 AM, DaleP said:

 

Oh so you know much about vitamins & minerals? Or you just sell them? 😁

 

As intended.

War = Peace

Vegan diet = Healthy

Ignorance = Bliss

 

On 6/4/2022 at 8:23 PM, tom341 said:

My answer is LIES to suite a BS AGENDA That the globalist psychopaths think  can fool us into surrendering outr possessions and way of life our fcking freedoms too  for their lies that is the CLIMATE EMERGENCY SCAM!!!! SUSTAINABLE  DEVELOPMENT = DEPOPULATION wake up!!!1

 

Thanks for reminding me, events overtake you sometimes and this may have already been stated elsewhere but before i forget here is my interpretation of the buzz words being floated about by feckless idiots that can only pontificate all day long in a vain attempt to satisfy their endless psychopathic narcissistic greed.

 

Climate change = Mind kontrol

Convid = DNA molestation of Mankind reduced to less than Human, aka a monster with no rights in Law, (Animal)

(if you don't believe me then look up all the narrative that was pushed and instead of using the word covid transpose it with either Mankind or Human)

Get rid of meat = See above, you are the meat they bang on about

Carbon footprint = See above

Useless eaters = Speaks for itself really, also see above

CO2 reduction = See above

Get rid of combustion engine = in itself is not a bad idea, but that leaves electrical forms of power which is ultimately powered by coal, gas, nuclear.....etc

Public private partnerships = Neo-fascist or communofascist social agendism technocratic slave owners of planet stupid as i like to refer to 'them', the pontificating gutless wonders who take no responsibility or accountability for 'their' actions

War on terror = War waged against Terra(Earth, sneaky one that)

Government = Traitors, they want you dead

Charity = Money laundering operation

God = Superstition, must be eliminated at all costs, masonic end game

Food = Adulterated and now slow kill poison rendering the body to infections and disease

Pharmaceutical industry = See above, they hate you but want your money before your killed

Love = Fuk off, you're kidding me right?

Mask wearing six feet apart = Satanic ritual

Politician = Enabler for the above

Television = TerrorVision

News media = Climate change mind kontrol

Social media = Chaos engine

CBDC = vapourware, annnnnnnnnnnnnnnd it's gone

Wind farm = Parliament

15 minute towns = Sheep pen to cage you with, which then becomes 10 minute 5 minute 1 minute until you suffocate

Save the planet = See above for instructions on how to do it, 'they' want it all for themselves and you will do it for them

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13 hours ago, alexa said:

 

 

WARNING, the video contains food porn. 😆 corrr that steak!

Anyway, so it's in the bible.... they don't advocate 'Do not eating meat' by the look of it.

 

As for fish, yes, I think markets and independent fishmongers are the way to go, better price and fresh stock. I looked at Tesco fish counter and fish eyes didn't look very fresh.

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11 hours ago, DaleP said:

 

WARNING, the video contains food porn. 😆 corrr that steak!

Anyway, so it's in the bible.... they don't advocate 'Do not eating meat' by the look of it.

 

As for fish, yes, I think markets and independent fishmongers are the way to go, better price and fresh stock. I looked at Tesco fish counter and fish eyes didn't look very fresh.

 

I've never tasted fish eyes 😂

 

Serious tho, I haven't shopped at Tesco since I got chucked out for, let say, being a bit of a rebel.

The nearest I get to eating fish is battered cod or fish fingers. I once ate crab & I was sick as a dog, never again. 🤢  

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11 hours ago, alexa said:

 

I've never tasted fish eyes 😂

 

Serious tho, I haven't shopped at Tesco since I got chucked out for, let say, being a bit of a rebel.

The nearest I get to eating fish is battered cod or fish fingers. I once ate crab & I was sick as a dog, never again. 🤢  

 

No you don't eat eyes unless you are an African but I look eyes for freshness.

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On 2/18/2023 at 8:06 PM, DaleP said:

 

WARNING, the video contains food porn. 😆 corrr that steak!

Anyway, so it's in the bible.... they don't advocate 'Do not eating meat' by the look of it.

 

As for fish, yes, I think markets and independent fishmongers are the way to go, better price and fresh stock. I looked at Tesco fish counter and fish eyes didn't look very fresh.

 

 

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Would these labels put YOU off your chicken? Scientists say gruesome cigarette-style warnings on MEAT could be used to shame buyers 

Scientists from the Delft University of Technology say slapping cigarette-style warning stickers on packs of meat in supermarkets could be an effective way to shame buyers. The stickers could include sad images of cooped up battery hens, accompanied by the message 'eating meat makes animals suffer', or images of decimated forests reading 'by eating meat, you destroy the Amazon rainforest.'

 

Scientists say gruesome cigarette-style warnings on MEAT could be used to shame buyers

 

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1 hour ago, alexa said:

Would these labels put YOU off your chicken? Scientists say gruesome cigarette-style warnings on MEAT could be used to shame buyers 

Scientists from the Delft University of Technology say slapping cigarette-style warning stickers on packs of meat in supermarkets could be an effective way to shame buyers. The stickers could include sad images of cooped up battery hens, accompanied by the message 'eating meat makes animals suffer', or images of decimated forests reading 'by eating meat, you destroy the Amazon rainforest.'

 

Scientists say gruesome cigarette-style warnings on MEAT could be used to shame buyers

 

 

And will they be putting similar labels on food that contains BUGS, I wonder?

 

 

 

 

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A leading barrister says eating meat could become illegal, because it is so bad for the environment.

Michael Mansfield, the Left-wing lawyer known as ‘Moneybags Mansfield’ for his huge earnings from high-profile cases, is expected to call for a crime of ‘ecocide’ today.

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7492829/Eating-meat-crime-against-humanity-banned-says-QC.html

 

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11 hours ago, alexa said:

Would these labels put YOU off your chicken? Scientists say gruesome cigarette-style warnings on MEAT could be used to shame buyers 

Scientists from the Delft University of Technology say slapping cigarette-style warning stickers on packs of meat in supermarkets could be an effective way to shame buyers. The stickers could include sad images of cooped up battery hens, accompanied by the message 'eating meat makes animals suffer', or images of decimated forests reading 'by eating meat, you destroy the Amazon rainforest.'

 

Scientists say gruesome cigarette-style warnings on MEAT could be used to shame buyers

 

I buy it for my cats. They can't read. But warnings didn't stop me smoking, so ...

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1 hour ago, k_j_evans said:

But warnings didn't stop me smoking, so ...

 

I can't see this is going to make any difference what so ever, folk will still buy meat, they'll have to do better than this if they want me to stop eating meat.

But saying that - They'll probably hike the prices right up just like they did with cig's.

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On 2/18/2023 at 6:07 AM, alexa said:

 

They were keen enough to sell those 'HorseMeat Burgers' a few years back, anyone remember that 'mistake, 'error' or whatever they called it at the time in January 2013 when they were caught out? Tesco, Aldi and Iceland all had traces of horsemeat in their burgers! One of my burgers had so much horsemeat content it came second in the 12.30 at Aintree, 'Spicey Salami' won it, he romped home at twenty to 0ne { the other runners never even started out until ten to one!}🤭👍

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I must admit that I saw something this morning that made me feel a little bit sad about this...

 

While on the bus to work this morning, we'd stopped in Sparkhill to pick up a load of passengers, and in the queue of traffic alongside us was some livestock-carrying truck. From my vantage point up on the top deck, I could see into this truck, owing to the open slats on the side, and I could see it was full of sheep... absolutely rammed I must add.

Poor things were all stood up, squashed against each other - a bit like some of the buses I have travelled on recently! - and I did think it looked a bit inhumane.

 

I don't know where they were ultimately heading towards, probably some halal slaughter house or other abbatoir is a good guess, or from where they had been transported, but I did feel sorry for the poor things.

 

It hasn't changed my mind about eating meat, that is ultimately what these animals are bred and reared for, that is their 'purpose'. What I care most about is that these animals should be properly looked after and cared for during their short lives, and it was a bit undignifying to see them all cramped together like this.

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13 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

I must admit that I saw something this morning that made me feel a little bit sad about this...

 

While on the bus to work this morning, we'd stopped in Sparkhill to pick up a load of passengers, and in the queue of traffic alongside us was some livestock-carrying truck. From my vantage point up on the top deck, I could see into this truck, owing to the open slats on the side, and I could see it was full of sheep... absolutely rammed I must add.

Poor things were all stood up, squashed against each other - a bit like some of the buses I have travelled on recently! - and I did think it looked a bit inhumane.

 

I don't know where they were ultimately heading towards, probably some halal slaughter house or other abbatoir is a good guess, or from where they had been transported, but I did feel sorry for the poor things.

 

It hasn't changed my mind about eating meat, that is ultimately what these animals are bred and reared for, that is their 'purpose'. What I care most about is that these animals should be properly looked after and cared for during their short lives, and it was a bit undignifying to see them all cramped together like this.

 

Living in a rural market town, I see these animal transporters all the time, it makes me sad, but what is worse is when the lambs are taken from their mothers, when they are only six months old. The sheep in the fields wail, bleat and cry all day and night, grieving for their lost babies. 😪

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22 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

I must admit that I saw something this morning that made me feel a little bit sad about this...

 

While on the bus to work this morning, we'd stopped in Sparkhill to pick up a load of passengers, and in the queue of traffic alongside us was some livestock-carrying truck. From my vantage point up on the top deck, I could see into this truck, owing to the open slats on the side, and I could see it was full of sheep... absolutely rammed I must add.

Poor things were all stood up, squashed against each other - a bit like some of the buses I have travelled on recently! - and I did think it looked a bit inhumane.

 

I don't know where they were ultimately heading towards, probably some halal slaughter house or other abbatoir is a good guess, or from where they had been transported, but I did feel sorry for the poor things.

 

It hasn't changed my mind about eating meat, that is ultimately what these animals are bred and reared for, that is their 'purpose'. What I care most about is that these animals should be properly looked after and cared for during their short lives, and it was a bit undignifying to see them all cramped together like this.

As an avid rabbit catcher in my younger years, I echo your sentiments, rabbits were prolific back then, and as I hunted them with nets, they were always killed humanely, OR they slipped the net and were away to live another day!👍 When people used CYMAG gas it always angered me, it left 100% of them dead, and left unusable and inedible meat underground, and who knows what agony they died in? At least my method was quick and clean, and rabbits never had worries about mortgages, pensions, putting food on the table etc, to them life seemed forever and they we're more free mentally than we'll ever be! The landowners wanted them gone for the simple reason that six rabbits could eat as much as one sheep, but six rabbits wouldn't fetch the same price as one sheep at auction! If I hadn't netted them the cymag operators would have been given the task of ridding the land of them anyway, at least my way fed a few people! I always let milky Does with fur missing from their bodies go, because I knew they were feeding youngsters, it might sound a bit soft now, but a bit of compassion never hurt anyone! The Lickey Hills and the Waseley Hills must miss me and my nets, but maybe not, they're both Country Parks now I believe?🤔 

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9 hours ago, Mr Crabtree said:

The Lickey Hills and the Waseley Hills must miss me and my nets, but maybe not, they're both Country Parks now I believe?🤔

 

And if they are anything like the country parks near me, you have to pay to get in :classic_angry:

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On 2/26/2023 at 8:11 AM, alexa said:

Would these labels put YOU off your chicken? Scientists say gruesome cigarette-style warnings on MEAT could be used to shame buyers 

Scientists from the Delft University of Technology say slapping cigarette-style warning stickers on packs of meat in supermarkets could be an effective way to shame buyers. The stickers could include sad images of cooped up battery hens, accompanied by the message 'eating meat makes animals suffer', or images of decimated forests reading 'by eating meat, you destroy the Amazon rainforest.'

 

Scientists say gruesome cigarette-style warnings on MEAT could be used to shame buyers

 

nah that wouldnt put you off.

now on the other hand

 

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