Foreword by Joe Scanlan – Environment Correspondent – Sovereign Independent UK -
Forced vegetarianism moves apace in the wake of the spate of false flag attacks on ordinary consumers. Attacks such as the foot-and-mouth lies, the BSE lies, the bird flu lies, the swine flu lies, the salmonella lies, the listeria lies, all moving us towards a New World Order where everything to do with animal protein and dairy foods will be banned except of course if you belong to the elite caste.
In the wake of mass animal cullings the move is now on to put us off our food.
Next of course they’ll stop you growing any food by saying there’s some virus in the compost (or some other scam) and you are posing a danger to the rest of society and that you need to apply to the ‘experts’ for a license to grow anything. Fat chance of getting one without a big fat bribe.
All organic (actual) food will then be deemed unfit for human consumption except of course if you belong to the elite caste. You’ll be forced to end up as a vegetarian eating only GMO lettuce and eco-insect and maggot-burgers throughout the year courtesy of Monsanto. Austerity for all lesser human livestock.
Try fighting your New World Order black outfit bulletproof executioners with machine guns and tasers steroided up to the eyeballs at your front door as a GMO vegan.
Enough said, here’s the latest pack of corporate liars pushing their same old UN food agenda.
Ireland says horse DNA in its burgers came from Poland
(Reporting by Padraic Halpin; Editing by Jason Webb)
DUBLIN (Reuters) – Beef containing horse DNA that was supplied by an Irish company to major food companies like Tesco originated in Poland, Ireland’s agriculture department said on Saturday.
The British food industry has been rocked by the revelation retailers sold beef products that contained horse DNA, a scandal that has also left Ireland’s 2 billion euros (1.6 billion pounds) beef industry reeling from the knock-on effects.
Results of tests showed that Polish ingredients used by Irish burger manufacturer Silvercrest contained 4.1 percent horse DNA, the agriculture department in a statement.
It said further tests of the Polish ingredient concerned showed up to 20 percent horse DNA content relative to beef, confirming the raw material from Poland to be the source of equine DNA content in certain burgers.
Tests on samples taken from Irish food ingredients were negative for equine DNA and agriculture minister Simon Coveney said the results maintained the integrity of Irish food production.
Burger King, one of the most popular fast-food chains in Britain and Ireland, said on Thursday it had stopped using Silvercrest’s products. There was no horse DNA found in products sold by Burger King.
Smaller retail chains Aldi, Lidl and Iceland have also sold beef products found to contain horse DNA.
Silvercrest’s parent company ABP Foods reiterated the plant had never knowingly sold equine products and that it would appoint a new management team, independently audit third party suppliers and source all future raw material from Britain and Ireland.
Tesco, which withdrew from sale all products supplied by Silvercrest, said in a statement that the source of horse DNA identified by the department correlated with the results of its own investigations at the plant.
Food safety experts say horse DNA poses no added health risks to consumers, but the discovery has raised concerns about the food supply chain and the ability to trace meat ingredients.