Local councils spray glyphosate all over the place. Killing weeds and humans.

Anonymous said…
Has enyone else in the UK noticed that their local council have recently become engaged in widespread weedkiller spraying of kerbside vegitation even outside schools.

Spraying of paved areas increases the risk of downstream environmental contamination significantly.

The morons in my area even spray the weeds around the bases of trees including in play areas. Kids play and then dont wash their hands prior to eating. Dogs lick their feet clean.

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4 Responses to “Local councils spray glyphosate all over the place. Killing weeds and humans.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Saw the very same being done myself one Sunday Morning in north London.

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  3. Anonymous says:

    Hi I am starting a campaign to stop glyphosates being sprayed in children play areas. It is an extremely toxic substance and like DDT in the seventies which people realised too late was a serious health hazard people need to get educated and question the use if these chemicals. we need to kearn from the oast ti stop repeating the same mustakes and believing marketing done by those who make millions from the sale of these chemicals. Its getting into our food chain and children are unavoidly exposed daily. I’m frustrated that more of us don’t question the use if these toxic chemicals in our public space, for fear if seeming like a trouble maker, or a new age tree hugger or a worrier. I am none of these things. Common sense and conscious thinking would make anyone think do we want this poison (‘weed – plant killer’) in our food and on our children’s hands. How many studies do we need to know that’s not a good idea. Weeds are just plants and part of the delicate ecology of every natural environment, they don’t do any harm, pull them up if they are a problem. We need to start questioning what the authorities do in our public space.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hi I am starting a campaign to stop glyphosates being sprayed in children play areas. It is an extremely toxic substance and like DDT in the seventies which people realised too late was a serious health hazard people need to get educated and question the use if these chemicals. we need to kearn from the oast ti stop repeating the same mustakes and believing marketing done by those who make millions from the sale of these chemicals. Its getting into our food chain and children are unavoidly exposed daily. I’m frustrated that more of us don’t question the use if these toxic chemicals in our public space, for fear if seeming like a trouble maker, or a new age tree hugger or a worrier. I am none of these things. Common sense and conscious thinking would make anyone think do we want this poison (‘weed – plant killer’) in our food and on our children’s hands. How many studies do we need to know that’s not a good idea. Weeds are just plants and part of the delicate ecology of every natural environment, they don’t do any harm, pull them up if they are a problem. We need to start questioning what the authorities do in our public space.

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