Wednesday, 4 December 2013

Britain's Prime Minister caught selling dodgy pig semen to the Chinese.


This is simply amazing. Is it a Chinese trap?

Britain's Prime Minister has just been caught red-handed selling dodgy pig semen to the Chinese. He was even bragging about it on Chinese and BBC TV

It has got to be. Cameron has just been comprehensively 'stuffed' by his own very corrupt Defra veterinarians.

The Chinese must know the true pig health situation in the UK. Britain's pigs have been sick for decades.

Everyone knows, except the Prime Minister and the people of Britain, and they are going to go crazy when they find out what has been going on.

The killer 'get out' clause is here:

"Though there is agreement in principle, it will still be some time before the deal is finally tied up as Chinese vets need to visit the United Kingdom."

The Chinese know exactly where to look to stop the deal and legitimately too.

This is the scandal of the century.

National Pig Association report here

Trotters trading success
December 4, 2013

News of agreement, in principle, to export pigs' trotters to China is a boost for the industry, says BPEX director Mick Sloyan.

The deal was agreed during the Prime Minister's visit to China this week and is reported to be worth £7.5m a year. China is already the biggest market outside the European Union for the British pig industry, worth more than £25m a year.

"The Chinese market is one we are especially keen to develop as it is the world's largest consumer of pork," said Mick Sloyan.

"BPEX and Defra have been working in partnership over many years to gain access to the Chinese market and the Prime Minister's visit is an important step in developing that trade even further.

"Though there is agreement in principle, it will still be some time before the deal is finally tied up as Chinese vets need to visit the United Kingdom."

The deal also included the export of semen and four artificial insemination centres operated by some of the world's biggest pig breeding companies in England and Northern Ireland are expected to start exporting fresh and frozen semen early in the new year.