Re: Nearly 10 years of DEFRA's Failure to Help UK Farmers and Livestockmen
- From: Burkie <Burkie50@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 30 Dec 2009 14:31:09 -0800 (PST)
On Dec 30, 3:11 pm, Burkie <Burki...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Dec 30, 1:07 pm, %ste...@xxxxxxxxxxxx (Steve Firth) wrote:
Burkie <Burki...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Being a non-UK resident or citizen provides a person to be objective.
No. It just means that you operate with a slightly different set of
prejudices. As witness the rest of the drivel that you posted. You seem
to get your ideas of what the UK is like from "Mary Poppins" and re-runs
of "The Simpsons".
Nice of you to drop by and tell us that we are all "Greedy people".
Now from where I sit, I'd say that the nation that consumes about three
times more energy per capita than we do in the UK and five times more of
the earth's resources than we do is "greedy". And I say that anyone from
that country who preaches to people from another country is "a
But that's just my particular objective viewpoint that you appear to
No, sir, it means your own goverment officials have not performed,
have made your lives miserable, have cost your whole society
enormously, and don't have the ability to account for failures, other
than imposing more regulations on those that have to comply with
them....if I was you, and DEFRA person came on my property, I would
tell that person fo FO'ff. End of story. You don't have the balls
to do that. You wan't the money.
Question: Mir, Steve Firth, Mr, Derek Moody, Ms. Sarah Wroot.....who
wrote the UKBA FMD FAQ? Dave Pickrell did participate, too, So did
Jim Webster, so did Sarah Jones.
Let's get things straight for a change.
You don't know how much we have now, that implicates you all above-
named people who actually helped destroy millions of healthy animals
in your UK. We know who you are.
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