The “South Downs” has just joined the Litany of Lands nationalised in the name of “jobs”, “local people”, and “ramblers”.
The idea of the “rambler” was created by Jim Hegel, (or it might have been Rickie “the people’s person” Engels”) as we all know, as a proposed form of entertainment for his friend Marx, for the times when Marx was not fathering boys on his wife’s serving-maid, in North London.
Nobody who lives there will from now on be able to do anything at all, except supplicate to “Natural England” about the particular shade of white paint to do his windows and doors in. They’ll also have to host thousands and thousands and thousands of parties of comprehensive-school “learners”, doing “Geography Projects” about “Are the South Downs a Honeypot?” and “What is the effect of traffic congestion on the South Downs?”
……for he’s on their radar now, and they’ve just realised he’s actually, underneath, a businessman trying to make money by selling stuff people like the taste of. They’ll come and get him as well, in the end. Look what happened to the early friends of the French revolution.
You can’t spend 125 years on the telly, haranguing people about “freshness” and “organic” and “local food” and “healthy” nonsense, and tipping shedloads of fresh greens _without salt_ into vats of boiling stuff, without getting shitty mud on your clothes off the Food-Police and Gramscian dieticians and “choice editors”.
They’ll come for you, Jamie old cock, if you stray so much as a grain of salt off-line, in their eyes. They are dirty, bad bad people, and they’ll want you dead, along with the rest of us helots, ‘coz you betrayed them.
And in the article we find also this:- (wonder if CASH is a fake-charity…)
Loyd Grossman has also been named and shamed in a study published by Consensus Action on Salt and Health (CASH).Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1227083/Jamie-Olivers-pasta-sauce-salt-TEN-bags-crisps.html#ixzz0Wd6UcUPp