Culler Paterson hits more badger troubles. Culling the human population is his primary objective.

I don’t hold a great opinion on the TB badger topic, other than such decisions should be taken locally by farmers, and not by politicians, however knowledgable they may be on rural affairs.  My interest is purely in the progress of our local MP Owen Paterson, who has unfortunately become the unwitting agent of the United Nations depopulation agenda, by his enthusiastic promotion of Genetically Modified Organisms.

If the badger topic is grinding down his career, he is assured of the Prime Minister’s support only so long as he continues with his GMO madness, which will assuredly kill more Britons than both World Wars in combination, and lead pro rata to more illness in the population than the Great Plague.

If he loses his position as Secretary of State by causing public uproar over badger culls,  could we see a last minute escape from the mass culling of the British human population?  Irony indeed.

http://www.globalresearch.ca/animal-rights-the-collapse-of-englands-badger-culls/5362216?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=animal-rights-the-collapse-of-englands-badger-culls

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4 Responses to “Culler Paterson hits more badger troubles. Culling the human population is his primary objective.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’d sooner Owen Patterson was put down before any Badger.
    It’s cattle that give the disease to badgers.

  2. Tapestry says:

    In fact many animals get TB and share it with each other. Cattle cannot roam and so cannot easily spread the disease. Deer are also involved, as are cats which is why so many humans are contracting the disease. This doesn’t get into the media of course. Cats are not allowed to be accused of anything, and human ill-health meets the objectives of the cabal.

  3. Anonymous says:

    When the Connaught Hospital was closed In East London, theives got in to steal stuff, one of these lads found cupboards full of paperwork and sifting through he brought out pateints records with TB. The Hospital doctors papers said that although TB had been eradicated in the UK the Russian TB was highly contagious and a killer.
    The decision was made at high level to blame badgers for the TB when it was known to be coming in with migrants

  4. Anonymous says:

    HOME OFFICE UK BORDER AGENCY
    https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/117948/tb-screening-review.pdf

    Here is a full Government 86 page report on screening immigrants for TB

    They are well aware it is brought in from outside the country and have been aware of it for years. Blaming the badgers is just an excuse for a cover up.

    SCREENING FOR TUBERCULOSIS AND THE IMMIGRATION CONTROL

    UK BORDER AGENCY REVIEW OF CURRENT SCREENING ACTIVITY 2011

    Rates of TB amongst the “non UK born” population are more than 20 times higher than rates amongst the UK born population (86 per 100,000 as opposed to 4 per 100,000). Rates are also higher among UK born ethnic minority groups (955 per 6100,000).

    Non UK born cases accounted for 73% of all cases reported in 2009

    The rate of TB across the UK in 2009 was 14.6 per 100,000 population. In some conurbations, rates were much higher with London accounting for some 38% of all cases (a rate of 44.4 per 100,000 across London with average rates of over 100 per 100,000 in Brent and Newham). The higher London figure places the city as a high risk on the accepted WHO global risk matrix and the increase in the incidence of TB in the UK has attracted adverse comments from some commentators The UK has been labelled by some the “western capital for tuberculosis” (Lancet vol 377 January 2011 “The white plague returns to London”) and TB in people born abroad is a factor commonly quoted

    See the above link to the official government report for full information

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