Sunday, 31 October 2010

"Rape of 1 female is 'worse' than the rape of 35 males" claim Sky News

Sky News appear to have stopped sensationalising sex crimes following my request to them for an apology to the estimated 3500 male victims of William Goad, after they claimed a man who may have raped over 100 women was Britain’s most prolific sex offender.

All through the day on the 26th of October 2010 they tried to grip viewers to the story, which, appalling as it was, unfortunately isn’t the truth. They went even further on their news website, by claiming that detectives on the case also believed he was potentially Britain’s most prolific serial sex offender.

Perhaps, they meant that the man in question, John Worboys, was Britain’s most prolific sex offender against women.

Friday, 29 October 2010

Mormons Selling Amphetamine Substitute Worldwide

A Multi Billion Dollar Business owned by a Mormon Company is secretively pushing a bee pollen concoction ‘super food’ by claiming it’s also a legal high stimulant to rival amphetamine.

An English branch of the global 'health product' business was stung, after admitting selling the product that can be life threatening - to their own teenagers.

Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Government Department complicit in overpaying farmers for bTB compensation.

Compensation paid to Farmers from bovine Tuberculosis infected cattle appears to have been overestimated, resulting in tax payers forking out up to £50 million too much every year in overpayments.

Furthermore, the Department for the Environment, Farming and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) told me that it is “continuingly trying to instigate a cull of badgers to  reduce the financial and emotional cost to farmers”. However, their own 2008 report shows the majority of financial loses that farmers encounter are nothing to do with bTB.

Thursday, 7 October 2010

Bee Population Decline Due to Over-Harvesting of Their Food

Following news that a Multi-Billion Dollar Business, owned by an American religious group is covertly selling a bee pollen product, which is targeted at youngsters through claims of it giving increased energy, it's emerged that professionals are increasingly using the same substances.

These non-medicinal uses for physical and mental stamina are contributing to the decline in bee populations, along with everyone who consumes more than their fair share of the honey pot.

This high demand results in over-harvesting of the nutrient and vitamin rich pollen, which the bees rely on for food in winter, and is replaced by just sugar water.

Thus, when the increase in demand for all bee products is taken in to consideration -
  We have the answer to where all the bees have gone. 

Despite honey bees being replaceable, it's often with non-native species that could become invasive or out compete wild bees, decline of which would exacerbate  the decline in pollination