By Neil Foster – Sovereign Independent UK –
Isn’t it strange that whenever an attack on the poorest in society comes, it always comes from those out-with that sector of society whose poverty is no fault of their own?
And so the trend continues with another salvo in the ‘War on Obesity’ from a no doubt well paid author writing in The Irish Independent, although her background is never mentioned by the junk media rag.
I would imagine that Sinead Moriarty and her ilk wouldn’t have to suffer the ignominy of scraping down the back of the sofa to look for the odd euro which may just have fallen down there so that the shopping in Aldi, Lidl, Asda or Tesco etc. would just be a little bit easier.
No… Lil miss perfect Moriarty wouldn’t lower herself to that of course as she probably doesn’t have to shop in the above toxic food bargain basement junk shops disguised as part of the human food supply.
Have you sunk your perfect teeth into a donkey burger lately Sinead? Perhaps when everyone has been ‘austeritied’ enough that nobody can afford your trashy books you might just have to. That’s equality for you!
You see Sinead, it’s people like you who lecture to those who don’t buy your books, perhaps not because they don’t want to, although I and anyone I know certainly don’t, but because if they did then their children wouldn’t even have a donkey burger to eat, nevermind the luxury organics that I’m sure you and your family consume every day. But then again, you may just be as ignorant about food as you purport to be knowledgeable insofar as you more than likely consume toxins in your food, such as soya and aspartame, without a second thought.
But as usual, the better off in society think they have the right to lecture to those less fortunate than themselves and indeed throw insults at parents who are barely able to survive in a society in which the likes of Sinead Moriarty are completely divorced from.
She’s simply another pompous, arrogant snob with no empathy for her fellow human being and obviously no grasp of the serious depths to which society has been driven by deliberate government policies for decades.
She should ask herself why it is that ordinary people are forbidden to grow and sell their own organic produce on the streets without a government license yet big supermarkets, with more of them springing up in every corner of Britain, thus closing small, ethical grocers, butchers and other responsible retail outlets, are allowed to serve up garbage on their shelves without a word from government?
But of course she won’t ask herself any questions which require an honest answer and a closer look at the morality of big business in cahoots with corrupt government who allow such practices to go on unpunished.
The latest horse meat/donkey meat ‘scandal’ is only a ‘scandal’, if you believe this is a real ‘scandal’ and not a pre-orchestrated event to further demonise meat. I personally think the latter is closer to the truth.
However, it does go to show that supermarket giants will stop at nothing in their avarice for profits and as such care nothing about the health of their customers who blindly trust these corporate death factories with their access to healthy food, regardless of the obvious degenerating long term health of the population; obesity being just one of many ailments produced as a consequence of ‘food’ being sold at ever increasing prices and ever reducing quality to the poorest members of society and their children.
No Sinead, it’s not the fault of the parents, many of whom have no proper education with regards to what is healthy food and what is not.
It comes down to corrupt and psychopathically evil corporations who put profit before health, whilst telling ‘every little helps’.
The question is… Helping what?