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A Recipe for Disaster – The current state of the United Kingdom

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The current state of the United Kingdom is as follows…

By Lawyer Clare Wills Harrison

1. Massive backlogs to access health care via NHS. Around 6 million people are waiting for treatment. This is a disaster and will lead to many deaths, likely far more than caused by the so called Covid-19 virus.

https://www.bma.org.uk/advice-and-support/nhs-delivery-and-workforce/pressures/pressure-points-in-the-nhs

2. Supposed fuel shortages, actually caused by the media, rather than by it being real, although a driver shortage is real and caused by lockdown and the failure of DVLA to authorise 500 licences as a result of closure.

https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/driver-testing-changes.

The Government is now calling retired lorry drivers back into service, and getting ready to deploy the army to help, I have my own opinions on why they’re ready to deploy the army.

3. Food shortages caused for the same reason as above, delivery drivers, and the consistent destruction of crops which farmers are incentivised to do. I don’t know hardly any farmers where I live that are actually growing anything as instead they get paid under the BPS scheme to not grow anything. Whoever heard of getting paid for NOTHING???? There is also a shortage of labour which means farmers are growing less as there’s less people to pick crops.

https://www.bbc.com/news/business-58519997

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agriculture_in_the_United_Kingdom

https://www.ft.com/content/ee933d30-43fc-47ff-b00f-8e7b1c695516

4. A Social Care and NHS worker crisis is now coming due to ‘no jab no job’ policy which will expose the elderly and vulnerable to lack of care and protection due to staff to patient ratios falling. It will also lead to further waiting lists ergo further deaths in the future that could have been avoided.

5. A massive black hole in finances caused by the incessant drive to throw money at useless testing, and awarding of contacts to ministers mates. The total spend for the last 18 months is £299 billion and now we are expected to pay for it in a tax and NI hike that no one can afford. We are literally paying the rich and elite to continue to screw us over

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-52663523

I could go on, but why would I?

I know many people will think that a change of Government to another main stream party may help this. But it won’t. Only a complete new way of governance will as all the above is by design, and is happening to destroy businesses, people and health.

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GundelP
GundelP
9 months ago

They are rather creative to find ways how to kill us. I guess farmers will be forced sooner or later to sell their lands. Only the very rich can afford to eat after that.
People use the farms to order food instead of supermarkets to keep them alive! We’ve been doing it for 3-4 years, a bit more expensive but the quality is superior (especially meat and milk products). Use them. Their survival is our survival.

Evil Harry Dread
Evil Harry Dread
Reply to  GundelP
9 months ago

Can you explain how you went about that? Did you contact the farmer directly for each food type?

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  Evil Harry Dread
9 months ago

No. I just googled. There is a milk farm close enough to go there by car, another in 50 minutes drive but during the lockdown they were not open. Since then we often use farms who have online shops. The delivery is cold parcel (extra cost) but we usually order around 50-100 (with some there is no cost if you order above a certain amount), in this way it worth it (we have animals to feed, too). Just google like organic chicken .uk or whatever you want to buy, then look around on the sites. There are online wild meat sites, too. Meat arrived even from Scotland during a day. They usually use APC overnight or similar.
These meat and raw milk product are highly superior to any supermarket food inc. Waitrose’s.

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  Evil Harry Dread
9 months ago

My previous comment is waiting for approval I don’t know why…
Then here it is a bit coded.
No. I just goo-ed. There is a milk farm close enough to go there by car, another in 50 minutes drive but during the lockdown they were not open. Since then we often use farms who have online shops. The delivery is cold parcel (extra cost) but we usually order around 100 (with some there is no cost if you order above a certain amount), in this way it worth it, we eat some fresh, some go to the freezers. Just search with G (sadly for this is G still better) like organic chicken .uk or whatever you want to buy, then look around on the sites. There are online wild meat sites, too. Meat arrived even from Scotland during a day. They usually use overnight delivery services.
These meat and raw milk product are highly superior to any supermarket food inc. W.rose’s.

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  Evil Harry Dread
9 months ago

I am unable to answer to you, second comment with details went for approval…. just use a search engine for what you want to buy, most of them will deliver overnight, many have online shop if they are too far to travel there for the food. Quality is superior to any supermarket’s.

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  Evil Harry Dread
9 months ago

OK, so I am sorry Expose, I supported you 3 times but the last was the last I am afraid, can’t see why my comments can’t go through. Do you?

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  Evil Harry Dread
9 months ago

I tried to answer you several times but I always got the message: waiting for approval. No idea why. Use search engine, sadly G is better for this, choose farms with online shops, if you look for an item you want like organic raw milk, organic chicken etc, you’ll find them. Most of them deliver overnight, delivery is costly but we order bigger amounts, part of it goes to the freezer, quality is superior, they are tasty. We use them for raw milk(products) and meat mainly.

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  Evil Harry Dread
9 months ago

I tried to answer several times, it was awaiting… maybe because I use two different laptops? I try again. There are some farms close to us but during lockdown they were closed. I simply used G, sadly G is still better for finding product. Many farms have online shop. Just type what you want like raw milk or organic lard, oganic chicken .uk (not to have the US sites, too). They deliver cold parcels, delivery can be costly because of that, we order bigger amounts worth 70-100 and some we eat fresh, rest goes to the freezer. Quality and taste is far superior to any supermarket product including even W.rose. We use them mainly for raw milk product, different meat, fat, organs and wild meat. Have 3-4 favorites we use again and again after matching price and taste, When you find one like after searching for wild boar or anything, you can look around what else they have you’d like to try. Farms who have chicken typically have other birds. The farm who supply raw milk also have tasty beef, mutton and so on.

Last edited 9 months ago by GundelP
Krofter
Krofter
9 months ago

What we are witnessing is the collapse of the corporate/industrial model. I say – good riddance to it! It will likely be replaced by something rising up organically, a simpler and more local model. People inherently want to survive. Life finds a way. Never underestimate the ability of an underground culture to organically rise and up and fill all the gaps. Time to get our ducks in a row.

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  Krofter
9 months ago

Then please allow me to advise. Based on experience, coming from a ex socialist country we don’t trust any governments by ‘default’, don’t like to depend on others either. When we bought our house we started to plant fruit trees and shrubs, there are about 8 trees in a relatively small garden. They are decorative when flowering and don’t require much work. What works on this climate very well: cherries, sour cherries, apples, pear, medlar (lovely winter fruit, till now it produced far more we could even eat), forget about peaches, fig, won’t ripen.
Shrubs and smaller: blackberries, raspberries, strawberries. For conservatory: inca berries, citrus type dwarf trees.
These are all easy to keep with minimal work. Trees started to produce after just 1-2 years but buy them from a good garden centre, decent sized.

Last edited 9 months ago by GundelP
GundelP
GundelP
9 months ago

It’s a very good article by the way, again, thank you. I was curious what happened with the drivers guessing that might many sick with side effects or if they were from the EU they went home because of the travel ban to be with their families. First time I heard about the licence problem,

I thought that deliberate ‘not to produce’ happened only in the US, it’s shocking! Private people, families usually have just small gardens if any, it won’t enough to really produce food (I tried), besides many of us don’t have the knowledge (not so easy, planted a lot of things but only tomatoes worked well enough while time and money consuming).

There is anther problem, I don’t know it’s just our area or the UK as a whole. For two years there is not enough RAIN. Very dry springs, the rain we saw was enough for nothing. We will loose fruit trees, you can water the plants (very time consuming and that disgusting fluoridated water) but fruit trees would need more.

Could you please consider an article about why there is no rain if it’s not a local thing?
I know they can mess with the weather if they want, I know they do it, I saw before landing, above two layers of normal clouds there were chemtrails, you couldn’t see from the ground. We heard planes regularly late evenings and before dawn, same noise, coming back 3 times (every 5 minutes).
Or the satellites? The start of the lack of rain also matches with the time Musk started to send up almost 60 satellites in every two weeks, those very likely mess with the natural EMF balance of the earth and the upper layers.

This damage can’t be fixed quickly, take years to trees to produce. Thus year we had just a fraction of the fruits we had in previous years and were much smaller and less resistant. If it’s not just us, it will cause starvation.