Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Department of Ag & Meat Not Above The Law

I sent this to Minister Creed, the Animal Welfare Desk and the gang at the Department of Agriculture...as well as the Green Party and anyone who shares animal welfare objectives. Please cut and paste or write something to get the meat industry on shut down too...if only for three months. Trucks of Irish animals at European borders in traffic jams of over 40km in length are not, surely, within regulations and in a lock down situation are not helping.

"Dear Agriculture Department,
I have also sent this to the Green Party, of which I am a member (They explicitly want an end to live export and an end to intensive large farms and a return to small, high welfare operations), the Animal Welfare Desk and the new Animals First political party.

I read about the government's 'Order to close all unnecessary businesses'! Hallelujah. Factories are going to have to close….at last. How many years have I sworn I will live to see the end of the unnecessary killing of animals? Senseless, inexorable murder, short lives of confinement, prodded into trucks, forced to walk in terror to their torture machine, no anaesthetic or sedation first (thanks in part to a shortage of gas for pigs and adhering to horrific Halal for cows), total awareness of what is happening, blood everywhere; living, dead and semi-conscious animals of your own species, even herd, everywhere? Not one Irish man on the line, only Eastern Europeans and others without enough English to get a better job. These guys are already suicidal, their souls gone (Two suicides in QK Meats' Coldstore). Completely past caring. Drenched in violence and entrails. Can we send them home for their self isolation too? Surely they’ve earned it.

So I’ve been begging the powers that be for 24 years. Many have been campaigning since the 60s. There are millions of vegetarians and vegans now, in the last ten years recognizing that we don’t need to kill animals for food, so we shouldn’t. We don’t need to take the milk from cows, so we shouldn’t. This reasoning, which has always been so obvious to some, is now suddenly getting its chance to be legislated for. Today we heard the order to stop all unnecessary business.  You’re going to have to CLOSE ALL SLAUGHTER HOUSES AND STOP LIVE EXPORT.  It doesn’t matter if it’s for 3 months only. It’s a pause, a hiatus. The DAFM, who texted me today because I'm a farmer, informed me that they’re closed for business for the foreseeable future. You are certainly not sending your vets in to do their usual inspections for food safety or welfare so that means, it should be stopped altogether. Only if you confirm that the full complement of DAFM vets are at sea ports and in factories should they be allowed to stay open. We want proof. But actually, we don't want proof that business as usual is allowed, we want closure.

What will the farmers do? Dry their milking cows off and rough off the animals still in sheds with less and less hard food and more and more turnout. Then let them off in the fields, to sustain themselves, while minding their water, until this crisis is over. Then we can think again. 

The government can decide how much support the farmers get. The meat industry does not need handouts. It can rest easy on its profits and your department can insist they continue to pay their staff while they’re not working. (I refer to when Dawn Fresh (part of the Queally Group) was closed due to food safety non compliance and they laid off all their staff with immediate effect, with no pay or notice. It is not the government who should pay for everything with tax payer’s money. They can push for insurance companies as well to honour a ‘loss of business’ or an ‘acts of God’ phrase or whatever they need.

Please don't give us some old chat about slaughter being necessary for food. You know that farms, factories and trucks should be grounded like everyone else to flatten the curve of the virus spread. Like everything else, meat and dairy products can be rationed. Do not play into the hands of the already unscrupulous meat industry who are only too delighted to knock out lower and lower standard sausages (for example), as there is such a rush on. The Kerry Group in Shillelagh, Carlow have already had cases of Covid 19 but haven't closed, just moved staff around. Perhaps your rule of thumb should be, if they reported that case then they are attempting to be responsible about not spreading the virus and if they didn't they are definitely trying to cover it up and stay open and profiting, regardless of risk to staff and customers? 

We have to slow down how much meat we eat anyway for the environment. We have to stop the import of cheap meat, in order to make sure Irish farmers' products are the only ones on our market. You have to bring the meat industry to task. This is our chance.  

I am so grateful for this chance to stop the killing of animals and birds, for the first time in living memory. Even if it's just for a time. People might start to see sense and see the reality of this barbaric modern day industry, so far removed from it's small-holding, non-gmo-fed, free range, pasture fed, past.

If you want to hear how a few Irish farmers are doing it, here is a Limerick farmer on how he helped his land recover, stopped feeding grain and dried off his cows for under a fiver.

Please don't miss this opportunity: Close all slaughterhouses and Stop All Live Export." 

...Many thanks and all that from me and millions of animals.

Sunday, March 22, 2020

Dammit, weren't we just about to save the environment?

I’ve suddenly copped on. It was only a month ago wasn't it just before the election, how we all talked of how the supermarkets and meat and dairy industry have too much power and to save the planet, we need more and preferably only small food producers, to buy local and to support the environmentally friendly and cruelty free efforts in every purchase...Now we only have supermarkets, meat and dairy industry and big pharma.

Three things occurred to me. As we create what’s in our subconscious mind more powerfully than what we are conscious of, I checked what unhelpful things were there. There were '19' in our collective subconscious that had to be brought to consciousness. I've done that you'll be glad to hear.

How much of the Rainforest – known as the lungs of the planet - have greedy bastards destroyed? 19%.

How much fresh water is left? 19%

Are all these 19s coincidental with Covid 19?

Then over the weekend, I discover that the horse races, the live export, the trade in milk and meat and pharmaceuticals are going ahead like mad.

It’s only us plebs to stay at home, completely dependent on the internet for work, for information, communication, for entertainment, for distraction, for truth, for organizing our finances, for ordering our food…unless we go to the supermarket.

The supermarket is probably no more dangerous than it was a year ago. Every product is full of pesticies and chemical sprays that may or may not be carcinogenic but are definitely full of nano technology (supposedly to gather soil data, but do you believe they don't continue to gather data when they're in our bodies?).

We had already suspected that it was those toxins and micro technologies, accumulated, that were the reason why older people were being triggered into the hideous second stage of the illness-younger people seem impervious.

But today I asked the straight question, is the virus being passed via the internet and I got a yes.

Was my timely watching of Coward of the County, Kenny Rogers (RIP) film a problem? Any better than my hilarious comedy about the property developer and the gypsy? My reading up on the virus? The animals rights issues? Were they all equal? Does the content of what we're viewing matter at all? I got a no! It doesn't matter how serious or silly.

I asked, does it mater if it’s 3G,4G or 5G? No. Wireless or wired? No, Just the world wide web is the issue/the killer and specifically our engagement with it. So, even if someone else in your house is watching something, your conscious disengagement protects you. So at least turn phones off for part of every hour and all of every night!

But we said so recently, we need to get back to small farms and fair prices and good organic and welfare practices. And now just a month later, all the small enterprises are completely devastated.

Some people are talking about how we're moving to a One World Government and that's not a pink fluffy clouds world, where we recognise how we're all intrinsically connected. It's a disaster run by people who neither want us or need us alive.

Private profit is soaring I'm sure, why was the horse racing not stopped today? No social distancing I bet going on there.

Why has live export not been stopped? There’s 40km of traffic jams, at Europe’s borders, full of trucks of dying Irish and other European animals. Can't farmers just let their animals out to the fields to maintain themselves and accept they're going to be around, come the summer, and think again then?

I’m sure we’re firing money at Big Pharma too to come up with a vaccine/cure for the virus. Last I heard, they’re testing it on animals first although it has been shown to not affect animals; they can’t catch it or carry it.

And, what of those pharmaceutical imports to Ireland from China? Worth more than 600 million annually. Couldn’t possibly be the soure of any virus cases even though they’re popping up in care homes without community engagement or whatever their jargon is? But it’s jobs for the boys and girls in laboratories and breeding facilities. This is our chance to stop all this stuff.

There’s a part of ourselves individually that reaches around the globe or can reach around the globe (In physics it's called action at a distance). We are closely related, in frequency, to the ionosphere.

For more information see www.healingbyfranc.com. Or even better, tune yourself in. If the ionosphere layer of the Earth's atmosphere is coherent then the virus nor anything else catastrophic to human life can traverse it. That's what Tesla thought anyway.

But for us to resonate at this frequency and get ourselves well and get the world shielded, from this toxic One World State of big players and cruelty, we have to get off the net.

Get a clear head. And don’t think that the supermarkets aren’t enjoying this. I read on the 'help for small businesses' page that we conduct 97% of the business in Ireland or something like that ....and now we can't do any. That's a big market opening up for complete domination isn't it.

Only the big guys are winning and we need to take the power back. The very mild super power we have is consciousness. Don’t get sucked in to seriousness, distraction or even trying to market what you do on line. Take time out and make your plans in real time and space, in your own front room.

You can get two weeks emergency money, from welfare if you're stuck and it can be done by post, so you don't have to venture into INTREO. If you do, wear gloves and mask and goggles, if not full forensic suit. It still might be worth being registered with them on Welfare.ie, in cases you’re going to be hounded for rent or other bills. Things are changing and it is bandit country. Remember that this is suiting some people very well indeed as we panic buy any old shite with a long shelf life. We are well divided and conquered, except our hearts. Keep that connection going. It's the only one that will make a difference.

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Self-Isolation Made Easy

If you think you should self-isolate, do not forget what you know. Raw onion, garlic, ginger, lemon, apple cider vinegar, coconut oil, aloe vera, vitamin c, raw fruit and veg, fermented foods, all have massive anti-viral properties. Make yourself eat very tiny pieces or sip tiny amounts with maple syrup or just water. Lots of water…but not straight from the tap. Just sit it on your side table overnight on a slip of paper that says ‘thank you for my healing’ or something positive and shorter. Or on a picture of something beautiful and thriving cut out from a magazine.
And don’t forget tea tree oil or vicks or anything menthol or any essential oil probably and put a little in a pan of boiling water. Towel over the head and inhaling the vapours will really open the bronchiole and ease your breathing.

And if you’ve got no symptoms and aren’t ill at all, don’t let fear constrict your chest prematurely. Watch comedies and rom coms and play music and keep a journal of your thoughts and ideas and feelings. If you want to get practical, save the seeds from your peppers and tomatoes and the potatoes that are growing shoots and plant them out in the garden or in a pot. Or look up on line a complete list of anti-viral and immunity building items and see what you have to play with! Something to look forward to and a sense of purpose to is always the key to success. I heard rumours of recipes for colloidal silver being totally doable and effective. I heard that if you can get your hands on MMS it’s a powerful antedote. Turn off your phones, TV, lights and wifi when you’re going to sleep.
We come from a society that doesn’t like to be alone and let’s face it nothing is more miserable than feeling ill and like it’s the end of the world and no one looking after you and bringing you freshly heated hot water bottles and toast or even supposed to open the door to see if you’re still in the land of the living. I know you can’t go to the doctor either and you wouldn’t want to, with all those sick people gathered in the one place, but feel free to message me if you want a distance healing. My very mild super powers will no doubt come into full affect now, so that’s an open invitation.

Don’t wait for the national guidelines to change, we can look after ourselves and we might not be being told the whole truth. The poor doctor in Clare who raced around doing his duties and his child have been proof enough of a couple of things. It is not just contact related, it’s airborne so do use a mask if you have one. Secondly, I think tragically, it’s the child who has symptoms and not the adults so children are at risk too.

All the best and keep calm and try and stay kind, even though I totally understand that everyone whether they’re handing you a tenner or using the petrol pump before you is being looked at with suspicion right now.

My note to self, is think about your little habits that need to change. Talking of the garage, I used to always grab a bag of crisps and now I wouldn’t eat in the car if you paid me. I get the whole way home, wash my hands, get a bowl out and empty the crisps into it. Wash my hands again and eat them. Could this nerve-wracking situation actually be the road to a more civilized and slowing down society?! All the best and lots of love everyone, on this World Women Day, among which number I am glad to call myself a part!

I can't remember who I took this nice picture from but it says it all suddenly. We can't look outside for help, we must dig deep xxx