Farmers protest in Warsaw

Several hundred farmers staged a protest in Warsaw on Wednesday, demanding the dismissal of Poland’s agriculture minister, the PAP news agency reported.

The demonstrators also called for compensation for farmers in eastern Poland whose pigs have been slaughtered amid attempts to contain African swine fever, according to PAP.

The protest started at Defilad Square in central Warsaw and made its way to the Prime Minister’s Office.

The farmers handed out Polish products such as cabbage and tomatoes to passers-by.


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Achtung, it’s official: Beer is not beneficial, German court rules

Beer cannot be marketed as beneficial, a German top court ruled on Thursday after a consumer rights group sued a brewery on the basis that its advertisement falsely suggested the beer had health benefits.

The standoff with the Haerle brewery in the southern German town of Leutkirch began when a Berlin consumer protection group protested at use of the German word “bekoemmlich”, carries connotations of health as well as of tastiness.


The German Federal Court of Justice upheld a lower court finding that the word could not be used in advertisement for beverages containing more than 1.2 per cent alcohol.

The German court said bekoemmlich, which does not have a direct English translation but would be something akin to “wholesome”, described more than the taste of the beer.

“The term ‘bekoemmlich’ is understood by the relevant public to mean ‘healthy’, ‘beneficial’ and ‘digestible’,” the court said.

When used to describe food, it means that the product is easily absorbed and tolerated by the digestive system even alongside long-term consumption, the court said, adding that beer sometimes did cause health problems.

Once the world’s largest beer consumer and famed for its annual Oktoberfest beer festival, Germany’s consumption has dropped 17 per cent since 1993, but brewers hope the soccer World Cup which starts next month could drive a return to growth.

The European Union’s highest court ruled in 2012 that the same word could not be used to market wine.


Canada: Glass shards and sewing needles deliberately planted on beach threatened by “Islamic Revolutionary Force”

There are several possibilities here. One is that there are Muslims who threatened jihad violence against the beach, and who then planted glass shards and sewing needles all across it. Another is that non-Muslim hoaxers wrote the “Islamic Revolutionary Force” threat letter, and then planted the glass and needles on the beach. A third possibility is that one group, whether Muslim or non-Muslim, issued the “Islamic Revolutionary Force” letter, and another saw it and thought they would have some fun by putting the glass and needles on the beach.

In any case, this kind of thing never happened before jihad terror became a commonplace feature of life in the West.


“Bracebridge temporarily shuts down 2 beaches after disturbing discovery,” by Shallima Maharaj, Global News, May 21, 2018 (thanks to Michael):

The May long weekend attracts thousands of beach lovers to Ontario’s cottage country, but this year two popular destinations were temporarily closed.

Kirby’s Beach and Bracebridge Bay Park were closed after glass shards and sewing needles were discovered.

Brad Hammond’s home is nestled along the waterfront at Kirby’s Beach.

“My family’s been in Muskoka since 1882,” he explained.

Hammond said this is the first time he’s seen the beach closed.

Several weeks ago, hazardous objects began turning up. Hammond’s wife spent eight to nine hours combing the beach herself and managed to fill a pail with her finds.

“It was pretty much the width of the beach but it was in clumps, so you could tell it had been seeded in different areas,” he said of the objects.

Residents have collected items from as far away as 60 feet from the shoreline….

Bracebridge Mayor Graydon Smith said the discovery of the needles and glass goes beyond what municipal staff would typically encounter after a spring melt.

What remains unclear is who is responsible.

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are now investigating the discovery and whether it may be linked to a disturbing letter that was mailed to the local newspaper, the Huntsville Forester.

The letter threatened the safety of beaches in the Muskoka region. It was titled “A Message from the Islamic Revolutionary Force,” although its legitimacy has yet to be confirmed by police.

Glass shards were also found on at least one beach in Gravenhurst last month.

Police have not confirmed any correlation between the letter and the appearance of the hazardous materials.

“Yes we have destroyed your beaches over the winter months with snowmobiles,” the letter reads, “making them unsafe and all but unusable.”

It claims the region makes for “easy targets.”

The letter, which was received by the paper on May 11, was then forwarded to the towns of Bracebridge and Gravenhurst. It was then sent to the OPP.

“I don’t know the legitimacy of it and it’s not my place to figure that out. It’s theirs [police],” Smith said. “So it’s in the right hands, so we’ll work with them to make sure that they get everything they need to make a determination of its legitimacy or if it’s just a hoax.”

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I’m sure by now everybody knows who these three are, Lil Tay is supposed to be a 9 year old rapper who rose to stardom advertising her rapping skills using Snapchat, Danielle Bregoli aka Cash Me Outside became world famous when she appeared on Dr Phil’s show and threatened her mother on national television as well as the studio audience with those infamous words “cash me outside, how about that”. Woah Vicky aka Victoria Waldrip is supposed to have rose to fame after assaulting a police officer at a mall after being asked to leave. She also claims to be half black.

What do all of these three girls have in common, that’s right, they practice black ghetto culture and are surrounded by blacks of the same. This is the problem with the “culture appropriation” crowd, if black folks are genuinely concerned with their culture…

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