WHERE'S THE BEEF GONNA GO?
The MAD COW drama has been escalated up a notch* [Jan 2005] and is reaching its climax where soon farmers in Canada will shout to the United States and Europe (who are boycotting our beef):
"WE DON'T NEED YOU TO BUY OUR FOOD ANYMORE,
AND EVEN IF YOU WANTED TO BUY IT WE WOULDN'T SELL IT TO YOU
BECAUSE YOU ARE NO LONGER OUR MARKET
BECAUSE FROM NOW ON WE'RE SELLING
ALL OUR FOOD TO CHINA
SO STICK THAT IN YOUR PIPE AND SMOKE IT!
Nyaaaa nyaaaaa nyaaaaa nyaaaaa nyaaaaa."
Little do the farmers realize that this has been the plan all along, ie to send our food to China (a brutal Communist regime, in case anyone's forgotten).
Of course, the word "food" is never actually used, but that's what "cattle" and "beef" really mean.
Talking about animals we eat as though they are nothing but a commodity on the stock market is a devious way of disguising what is really going on when borders are closed. In the nearly two years that the governments of Canada and the USA have been acting out this charade of MAD COW disease, there hasn't been any extra meat on Canadians' tables and the price is very high. It truly does beg the question "where's the beef?".
I suspect it's going to China. Just like in every other area, they are hungry for resources, and that includes food. Canada and the United States are becoming China's capitalist-communist pens.
Looking at China as our "friend" and at each other as "enemies" is contrary to our survival.
Look what happened to THE GINGERBREAD MAN when he trusted the wolf. Nursery rhymes aren't timeless for nothing. ~ Jackie Jura
"There are items, such as a rise in British exports during October, which look as if they might be good, but which might turn out to be bad if one had sufficient knowledge to interpret them." ~ Orwell, As I Please
Canada seen shipping beef to China in near future
by Brent Harder, Country Guide, Oct 26, 2010
Canadian commercial beef shipments to China are likely to end a seven-year absence within the next couple of months, an official with the Canadian Beef Export Federation said. The Asian country has not accepted Canadian beef products since 2003, when Canada's first domestic case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) was detected. Chinese officials announced in June the country will be accepting 30-month boneless beef products from Canada. Cam Daniels, vice-president of the Canadian Beef Export Federation in Calgary, said officials from both countries are ironing out a few of the final details, and that exports should be happening in early 2011 at the latest. "What happens if there is a piece of bone in some product? Do they reject just the piece of meat, the box, the full load, does the company get de-listed?" Daniels said. "Those are details that they are working out." It's estimated that Canada's initial access to China is worth $60 million. Tallow -- fat that has industrial application -- is expected to be the most valuable part. Daniels said there is plenty of optimism among Canadian producers with the border now being open, as there is growing demand in China.
"It's really the sleeping dragon right now. With the number of people that live there, and with it becoming more affluent in that market, there is definitely great opportunity in China," he said. Another positive factor for Canadian producers, is that there will be no current competition from Canada's greatest trading rival. United States beef beef is currently banned from China. Daniels said the process in which Canadian officials went about handling the shortage was a large reason for China opening their doors. He credited the Canadian government for being open to the option of a step-by-step process, as opposed to the U.S. tactics, which called for China to allow all types of beef. All that said, Daniels wasn't sure how much beef from Canada would be shipped to China.
Beef demand has room to grow, National Post, Oct 2, 2010
A beef cow waits to be auctioned. Rising demand for meat in emerging markets such as China will mean increased need for potash. It's a simple delicious fact to people like Bill Doyle, chief executive of Potash Corp of Saskatchewan: Consumers in China and other emerging markets will use rising incomes to buy more beef, stoking demand for the fertilizers needed to grow animal feed....Potash Corp, subject to an almost US$40-billion takeover bid from [Australian] mining giant BHP Billiton Ltd is the world's largest producer of the mineral, and has generated an increasing share of its revenue in the past three years from emerging markets.
MAD COW TERROR & JAMES BOND FOOT & MOUTH
FEEDING FREEDOM'S FOES and PREVENTIVE KILLING
China tourism deal is worth the wait (Canada gets Approved Destination Status). Toronto Star, Feb 15, 2005. Go to BEYOND ORWELL & THE CHINESE ARE COMING!
Canada to cull 1.76 million cows (human food supply isn't at risk, officials say slaughter an overreaction). CBC, Jan 13, 2005
*USA farmers don't want Canada beef (even though it's proven safe). CTV, Jan 13, 2005
TAKE NOT OUR DAILY BREAD and CHINESE TAKE-OVER and CHINA DEVOURING CANADA'S METAL and CHINA DEAL NOT BENEFICIAL
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