The fracking, bee-killing, glyphosate-loving Monsanto sales rep enjoys photo op with potential victim of Agenda 21 countryside clearance strategy
Strange! I was just reading about Owen Paterson from his constituency website and was drawn to his article, Owen Praises Local Farmer’s Environmental Work, posted 4th June which states “Secretary of State for the Environment Owen Paterson praised a North Shropshire farmer earlier this week for his outstanding voluntary efforts in conserving the environment.”
Just a pity Owen didn’t practice what he preached.
The article then goes on to state that “Mr Griffiths has additionally made six metre margins for pollen-nectar mix on all his fields, planted three acres of woodland, re-established six ponds, has 88 bird boxes – 62 of which are in use – and has eight beehives.”
Personally, I think it absurd that Owen should commend farmer Paul Griffiths for his beehives when Owen endorses the use of chemicals which is killing off all our bees.
So far this year I could count on one hand the number of bees I’ve seen in my garden whereas just a few years ago I had literally hundreds.
TAP – Last night at a public meeting in St Martins, North Shropshire, I was described by the Shropshire Council leader Keith Barrow as ‘slightly mad’, although he admitted to finding the evidence I’d provided him with about fracking to be useful! I should have interrupted him to reply. The system he lives inside is rigged to ensure mad decisions are taken and enforced. If pointing out the craziness of the destruction that Owen Paterson is wreaking to the environment is being mad, then ‘mad’ is what we all need to be. Being or appearing sane in a mad world is no sign of mental health. It’s Keith who should be worried!
We live in Agenda 21 world, and yet not one MP or Council leader ever talks about this. Farming is not sustainable and has to be ended. That’s already been agreed to by Britain. Let’s repeat that. Britain has agreed that farming has to be ended. If they don’t address this and stop fracking, gas drilling, aquifer destruction, bee destruction, soil destruction and air pollution, then might I politely suggest that not only are the politicians mad. They must be got rid of, and replaced with people who will. Keith Barrow has his chance. Let’s see how he does.