The robotic-Gramscian-cockroach-troidatron known as “Tam” “Fry” has surfaced again. We did him just recently here, and the Landed Underclass is to be thanked for spotting it first. We and Landed did him for having stuff like “National” and “Forum” in his junta’s title, when it’s certainly no forum, and “National” when used by socialists implies “Nazi” – as I keep on being belaboured on-line for pointing out.
Now, the Tam-Fry troid is saying that it’s not enough for the “food industry” to “give £200 million” to the anti-obesity campaign, so as ot try apparently to deflect legislation. The Tamtron-Machinetroid (it clearly does not eat, and is clearly not a humanoid) is going to enforce what it likes anyway – that’s the gist.
What, oh what, OH WHAT is it? About people who run private sector companies that do things which people want – like food and cigarettes? WHY do they cravenly crawl, and cave in, and play up to the Stalinist nonsense with which they are threatened?
The correct answer to this troid-tron-challenge would have been to say:-
Look. Fats and salt and sugar makes foods taste nice. That’s what people want. If they could eat tasteless starch and protein, then mammalian genes would have eveolved to make bodies that found this stuff nice. fats are esters, which are the only molecules that taste of anything, except salt and some sugars. So, f*** off to your concentration camps and health farms, Mr Fry.
Just look at this Nazi stuff:-
Ben Bradshaw, the Health Minister, warned that obesity was rising so fast that by 2050 four out of 10 children and nine out of 10 adults will be overweight or obese.
He promised that the Government would not shy away from bringing in new rules to force food companies to play a part in changing the country’s eating habits. Limits could be imposed on the amount of fat and salt in certain products.
He said: “We have already made progress on things like labelling and fat and salt content working with the industry. But … if this three-year campaign does not succeed, we don’t rule out regulating in future.”
Tam Fry, a National Obesity Forum board member, told the BBC that greater regulation of the food industry was needed to tackle rising obesity.
He said: “What we fear is that the industry is very willing to give £200 million to the campaign as a way of deflecting the Government’s interest in regulation.
“Unless you get the food to the right quality and unless you avoid the prospect of advertising junk food to children, you are going to have a continuation of the problem.”
The Government’s Change4Life campaign will begin tomorrow with television, magazine and national advertisements urging people to adopt a more healthy lifestyle.
The action is being taken after forecasters said obesity was rising so fast that by 2050 four out of 10 children and nine out of ten adults will be overweight or obese.