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Chinese watchdog had it right, first!

Posted by te2ataria on August 29, 2010

New Zealand food products are UNSAFE!

China’s General Administration of Quality Supervision originally acted correctly by blacklisting cosmetics from New Zealand.

It defies logic and sanity why they had to remove New Zealand from their blacklist.

Chinese people should be entitled to use safe  products from other countries.

China’s General Administration of Quality Supervision last week published on its website a blacklist of food and cosmetic products from a number of nations, including New Zealand.

It said the products posed potential health risks and had been destroyed, returned or converted to other uses.

[Unfortunately] the Chinese watchdog has since removed the list from its website. NZPA

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Poor Indian Farmers Sick of Imports from New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on July 30, 2010

INDIAN POLITICAL ACTIVISTS SAY NO TO FONTERRA IMPORTS

Fat Fonterra is preying on poor Indian farmers!

“We will spill more milk, we will stone milk tankers and further intensify our agitation as we want the government to focus their attention on this issue.” A Shiv Sena official in Satara said.

Indian farmers and Shiv Sena political party activists spilled about 50,000 litres of milk earlier this week, according to India Today.

A weasel-worded version of this story is posted at Fonterra wants assurances after Indian incidents.

FAT FONTERRA profiteering means leaner Indian farming communities

Fat Fonterra Destroying Local Farming Communities in India.

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Brief Comments on News Headlines

Posted by te2ataria on April 23, 2009

sent by a reader in Sewage City [no offense intended to the sender]

1. Serve your Zionist masters faithfully and they shall set you free with a bag of goodies!

Helen Clark made Doctor of Laws

[Important Notice: Applicants must be able to sitting on both sides of the fence!]

We knew the laws were sick and sickening, but making Helen [Caligula] Clark a doctor of laws?

[As Clark was terribly under qualified for the position, the academia from the “kangaroo university” stepped in with their honorary degree!]

[See also the following entry: Moderator]

Three Reasons Why Clark’s UN Appointment Must Be Annulled

1. Helen Clark has amassed much more wealth than a NZ career politician could on wages and investment, during her career as a NZ ‘politician’ [and former PM.] What guarantee is there that she won’t misappropriate UN money?

2. Helen Clark’s character is morally objectionable. Her lacking in moral fiber influences her ability and character to run a large public organization. Her future actions, like her past, could and in all probability would harm the millions of  vulnerable people throughout the world who depend on the UNDP.

3. During her 8-year stint as Prime Minister, New Zealand became a “destination country” for the trafficking of women for sex from Malaysia, Hong Kong, China …

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2. Most New Zealanders find it amusing to find unusual things in their foodstuff

Supermarket investigates after bugs found in chips

OK! Coexistence with the 4-legged in a ratio of about 50 to 1 does strange things to your sense of humor. The problem is other people don’t share your sense of humor. Look at the Chinese and the melamine in their New Zealand formula milk!

P.s. Alive and wriggling bugs in a bag of chips? It beats the sausage manufacturer who … before inserting them in the package.

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