An urgent message for all Farmers, ex-Farmers, their Families, their Friends, their Politicians and their Media in all Australian states and in other countries:
Greens have declared war on cattle farmers and graziers and on real meat and milk using their endless global warming lies.
The Saltbush Club wants to see a tidal wave of protest from farmers, families and friends to politicians and the media. We ask everyone who sees this to on-send the Saltbush link widely to at least 10 others, and so on.
The Green/ALP/ABC axis has already used the same discredited climate scare stories to strangle coal miners, explorers and electricity generators in Red-Green Tape. That was easy as most coal miners are concentrated in a few electorates and they have few friends in the leafy green suburbs.
But farmers are different – there are many of them in most electorates and they have friends and family in the cities. (One powerful trade unionist once had a sign on his white-board that said “Don’t Fight Farmers”.)
Sadly no farmer can rely on help, climate truth or good science from industry organisations like the National Farmers Federation or once-trusted media such as the ABC or Fairfax. They all sing in the green climate-alarm choir these days. Even big retailers will happily promote Fake Meat and Fake Milk. If plant-based margarine cannot be labelled as “butter” why is an artificial product manufactured mainly from legumes and additives allowed to use the word “meat”, or a product made from soybeans or oats allowed to be called ‘milk”?
Please send a link to this post to every contact you have, especially farmers and their friends. Send to individuals, media and politicians – send by email, snail mail and post on blogs and every social media.
The Saltbush Club
By Viv Forbes
The Green Wreckers who destroyed Australia’s cheap reliable electricity are now targeting our cattle industry.
They use fake science and false advertising to threaten our right to produce and consume real meat.
This stupidity relies on a totally false argument that grazing animals cause global warming by releasing carbon dioxide and methane to the atmosphere.
However, grazing animals have already reached “Net Zero”. They add ZERO carbon to the environment – they just help to recycle the same carbon products, endlessly. Continue reading “Real Meat is Green – it Eats Grass”
by Viv Forbes, with help from our editors
Wandering recently through an arcade popular with the green smoothie set, I saw a sign boasting: “Plant Based Meat”.
Someone should advise those nutritional dunderheads that all real meat is plant-based. Real beef and lamb are built from live plants like grasses, lucerne and mulga, plus salt, minerals and clay; the best chicken is built mostly on seeds and shoots of wheat, corn and grasses plus a few worms, insects and gizzard-grit; and when I was a kid our bacon was built by porkers from pollard, whey and vegetable scraps.
Continue reading “Real Meat is a Natural Product Fuelled by Solar Powered Bio-Mass”
Media Release/Opinion Piece
7 December 2019
This week Clintel attended the Heartland COP 25 conference at the Marriott Hotel in Madrid. The hotel was full of champagne-drinking COP delegates who were clearly enjoying themselves (‘climate business model in action’). To be sure they were not disturbed by demonstrators, Clintel had a recording room somewhere at the back and we heard about its coordinates on the same morning.
Guus Berkhout was the first speaker at the event that was live-streamed from the Marriot Hotel. It was not an official COP25 event but a Heartland side-event with the aim to sound a different message to the world. Continue reading “A Message from Madrid – NO CLIMATE EMERGENCY”
by Christopher Monckton of Brenchley
At Harvard, there was once a University. Now that once noble campus has become a luxury asylum for the terminally feeble-minded. Walter Willett, one of the inmates (in his sadly incurable delusion he calls himself “Professor of Nutrition”), has gibbered to a well-meaning visitor from Business Insider that “eating a diet that’s especially high in red meat will be undermining the sustainability of the climate.”
Farewell, then, to the Roast Beef of Old England. So keen are we in the Old Country on our Sunday roast (cooked rare and sliced thickish) that the French call us les rosbifs. But the “Professor” (for we must humor him by letting him think he is qualified to talk about nutrition) wants to put a stop to all that.
As strikingly ignorant of all but the IPCC Party Line as others in that hopeless hospice for hapless halfwits, he overlooks the fact that the great plains of what is now the United States of America were once teeming with millions upon millions of eructating, halating ruminants. Notwithstanding agriculture, there are far fewer ruminants now than there were then.
The “Professor” drools on: “It’s bad for the person eating it, but also really bad for our children and our grandchildren, so that’s something I think we should totally, strongly advise against. It’s — in fact — irresponsible.”
Read more: https://wattsupwiththat.com/2019/08/23/now-theyre-coming-after-the-roast-beef-of-old-england/