An opponent of the badger cull, active in the sabotage of the operations going on in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire, says that the sabotage is proving very successful.
The shooters are accompanied by Police so to find the cull locations merely requires tracking local Police movements. Once saboteurs are in the field, all shooting has to be stopped.
The main group acting as saboteurs are the local hunt saboteurs, who’re making good money. If they are arrested, they then sue for wrongful arrest (no charges can be brought as they aren’t breaking any laws), and they receive £500 compensation for each night spent in the local lock-up. It’s proving to be a serious money-spinner.
One suffered a broken jaw when Police officer accidentally elbowed him in the face during his arrest, and he received £15,000. With so much money to be made, more and more people are joining the sabotage effort.
The Government’s target for the cull was a body count of 5500 badgers. As it is, they’ve only managed 1850, with the sabotage being so effective.
Strangely the badger cull could soon become an important battleground for the anti-fracking struggle. TB can be contained best by keeping badgers healthy with innoculation, as far as the threat to cattle from badgers goes. TB is in fact being deliberately spread as part of the campaign against farming coming out of Agenda 21. Farmers don’t seem to get it yet despite the multiple attacks they come under, but they will.
The primary motivation for the badger cull is to clear the way for planning permissions, and there will be huge housing projects coming in behind the current badger cull in Gloucestershire. The cull will soon be moving up country from Gloucestershire to other parts like Shropshire where fracking is being held up by objections from Local Badger Groups. What better thing for the cartel behind the scenes instigating the objectives of Agenda 21 than a badger cull which overpowers the planning objections to fracking. Fracking will clear the countryside of people and animals, as it is intended to do.
This being the case, the anti-fracking protectors should be joining forces with the badger cull saboteurs. If Middle England would awaken to Agenda 21, and realise that all of us are to be driven off the land and into the cities, that farming is to be stopped, and all property rights are to be ended, then the whole population should be out in the fields, barring the actions of the corporate government as it works towards our enslavement. Many are doing, but many more are needed.
I see today in The Shropshire Star the energy companies are denying an intention to frack in their first attempt at a drill site in the county, the one at Brooklands Farm, Dudleston. Coalbed methane extraction, their declared aim, has the same environmental concerns as hydraulic fracturing – pollution of air, water and soil, subsidence, and earthquakes. Semantics is all they’ve got left. Very few will buy their paltry excuses. Fracking is the word we all use to cover all the aspects of ‘unconventional gas extraction’ in all its guises.
Once their drill bits are in the ground, you think anyone has any control over what they do? They often drill far deeper than they say they will. Just beneath the coal bed lies the shale where the gas sits. In other locations they’ve already drilled down to the lower levels ‘by mistake’. Remember the definition of an oil well, coming from Mark Twain – ‘a hole in the ground owned by a liar’. The Shropshire Star publishes all the corporate lies, and none of the reality. Plus ca change.