To eat or not to eat, that is the question!

It's time to stand tall and help the people who produce our food.

Intro by Steve Cook
I find it scandalous that our dimwit politicians have to be pressured into looking after those who produce our  food, for heaven’s sake, but here we are.
I guess most politicians are too busy enriching their pals in the pharmaceutical industry or jumping through hoops to please their globalist overlords (or blackmailers) to pay much attention to two  basic facts:
  • if we don’t produce food, we starve
  • if we don’t produce wholesome food we get sick and die early.
I’m sure either outcome would suit the aforementioned globalist overlords but for the rest of us it really is simple:
We need whichever ever treasonous shower “wins” the election by getting the vote of one citizen in three and then pretends it “has a mandate” to wreck the country some more whilst further enriching its chums, to buck up their ideas, get honest and straight and recognise that it is the duty of government to serve the People and not vice versa.
The following is from the National Farmers Union and you can find it here. If you visit the page, you’ll see there is a petition. Hopefully you’ll sign it.

A message from the National farmers’ Union

Do you agree that farming and British food production should be high on the next government’s agenda?
82% of you think that the next government should set targets to increase British food production.*

Farming plays a critical role in all our lives, providing our food, delivering on food security for the country, shaping the countryside we love and enhancing the natural environment.

Britain’s farmers and growers need action from the next government:

  • A long term plan for food and farming
  • Prioritising British domestic food production in the budget
  • Ensuring that more food served in schools and hospitals is produced on British farms
  • Fairer treatment for farmers and growers

Farming cannot fail, it is too important for this country. If farmers can increase domestic food production, it will create more jobs and deliver more to the UK economy.

Add your name if you agree that action is required.

More than 1 million people made the last government sit up and listen when it came to the the importance of standards for animal welfare, food production and the environment in UK trade deals. The next government must also listen to us all. We will send a letter to the new Secretary of State responsible for Food and Farming with the total number of people who believe that British food production should be a political priority, but we won’t share your name or email address.


Please visit the National Farmers Union, the Voice of British Farming

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