I’m not able to give the blog the full whack at the moment as we’ve moved out of our house while the builders make a few necessary alterations, and we’re in temporary accommodation. At the same time I’m busy and enjoying my raw milk campaign, and have supplied four cases of milk to about thirty people over the last two days. It’s covering my fuel costs which are not small as picking up the milk involves a 100 mile round trip, and my car’s mpg could be better. The fracking issue is still live with Crawberry Hill being evicted today in Yorkshire, where Ian Crane is based. Our own fracking site is waiting upon the developer to provide further information, and the Council seems determined to force them to explain the errors (deceptions?) contained in their planning application. Our littl’un was none too well last night, a situation which is also needing constant attention, along with buying materials for the builders in our house, and adapting the plans. All great excuses. I hope we’re not missing too many important stories. I am sure readers will tell me if I am.
Here’s one that came in from Colin.
After World War 2, the Americans did indeed set up over 200 death camps to exterminate millions of German POWs, civillians, women and children. All against the Geneva Convention. Here is a documentary on Eisenhower’s Rhine-Meadows death camps, a shameful secret of one of the many American crimes against humanity. Please share this information.