Ever wonder why all this turmoil over horse meat mixed with beef in hamburgers [and now in lasagna] is occurring? Is it the devious plan of the horse meat proponents to inundate the public about horse meat? How about getting the public to think horse meat doesn’t taste all that bad, or horse meat tastes like beef?
Perhaps all the talk about horse meat is wearing down the public. Meat is meat, after all. Maybe these “blunders” are part of the plan to get the public used to hearing the term horse meat.
Obviously, there is some skepticism about the whole subject. How can something like this happen? Much that happens these days is plotted, planned and studied. Sacrifice some of the meat to recalls just to get reaction about adding horse meat.
These thoughts have been running through my mind the more I hear about horse slaughter and the twisted and skewed ways the slaughter proponents are handling the issue of horse meat. Anyone who has been following the horse meat schemes and how horse slaughter was snuck through the Senate, then signed by President Obama, know some of the shades of flagrant deceipt.
And the issue is burning hot in the United Kingdom. Contaminated meat – that is, contaminated with horse meat - is a headline that has taken over the news. Findus, a primary food supplier in the UK, has announced a recall of nearly 400,000 frozen beef lasagnas. The horror in this recall is that this lasagna contains up to 100 percent (100%!) horse meat.
You read that right – 100 percent – and all of it purportedly horse meat.
According to Findus officials, the company’s lasagna products were tested. Out of 18 varying products, 11 contained horse meat ranging from 60 percent to 100 percent.
My evil thoughts again – who knows how long this has really gone on? People have been eating horse meat and no one is worse for it. In fact, the public has liked it enough to buy repeatedly, so what’s the big deal – see where I’m going with this?
If we are to take Findus and the Food Standards Agency (FSA) at their word, then we will believe that this switch in meat from beef to horse was due to criminals and their activities.
More to the point. Concerns by one official to a British news service voiced concerns “that the lasagna could have been contaminated [with horse meat] since last summer.
Then there is this: Government officials and also Prime Minister David Cameron have stated:
As of now, they were unable to guarantee that food being served in hospitals and schools didn't contain horsemeat.
There is so much duplicity in this world. Tough to trust the meat you buy is what you think it is
Video: The Australian
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