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Tory for GMO's

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One issue subsides, free speech and freedom of assembly is being threatened and another issue, very close to Charles'ses heat is rearing its ugly head. Not only do they want to allow agricultural goods and animals to be genetically manipulated, they also want to stop farmers trading with Europe ever again.

As usual there will be no talk about compensation to organic farmers should they have windblown GM varieties growing on their land, indeed they might be sued and fined in court by the GM seed dealers for daring to grow this crop. lastly should you want to have a new breed of dog, this will all become possible, one's cocapoo can have the jaws of a bull mastiff/Staffi B.T., no problem at all.

How many times can you discharge a double barrel into your own feet?

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I wonder if the people that voted for brexit and Johnson realise what crazies they have let through the front door? 

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53 minutes ago, nevermind, neoliberalism has had it said:

One issue subsides, free speech and freedom of assembly is being threatened and another issue, very close to Charles'ses heat is rearing its ugly head. Not only do they want to allow agricultural goods and animals to be genetically manipulated, they also want to stop farmers trading with Europe ever again.

As usual there will be no talk about compensation to organic farmers should they have windblown GM varieties growing on their land, indeed they might be sued and fined in court by the GM seed dealers for daring to grow this crop. lastly should you want to have a new breed of dog, this will all become possible, one's cocapoo can have the jaws of a bull mastiff/Staffi B.T., no problem at all.

How many times can you discharge a double barrel into your own feet?

The reason why food exporters are now confronting disastrous costs and massive levels of red tape is because the government refused to sign a brexit deal agreeing to match EU food standards. So why didn't the Government agree to do so? The only plausible explanation is that they plan to lower those standards and allow inports of sub-standard food from the likes of the USA. Stand by for chlorinated chicken, antibiotic beef, and gmo tomatoes. And stand by for our farmers to be licensed to produce the same.

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