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  • ross1948 20:00 on December 15, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , health freaks, ,   

    Fag Wars – Interesting News From Austria… 

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    No, before the infinitesimally small number of gaystapo creeps who read this blog start mincing angrily…


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    …this is NOT about the disgraceful decision to impose homo-weddings on Austria, the high court there disregarding democratic norms in much the same way as the irresponsible US Supreme Court did two years ago.



    What I’m talking about are the glad tidings from Austria’s patriot party this week that a planned ban on smoking in all bars and restaurants due to come into force in mid-2018 will be scrapped.

    FPÖ  leader Strache

     The Freedom Party’s Heinz-Christian Strache claimed credit for negotiating this, as part of the talks currently underway with  Sebastian Kurz’s ÖVP.

    “I am proud of this excellent solution in the interests of non-smokers, smokers and restaurant owners,” said Strache.



    “The freedom to choose lives on. The existence of restaurants (particularly small ones) has been secured. Thousands of threatened jobs have been saved!”  


    This is excellent news which puts to shame the small republic’s EUSSR neighbours, where governments have collaborated slavishly with health-fascists…



    …to wage a witch-hunt against smokers, repeatedly refusing to adopt the fair-play solution now agreed in Vienna..

    Of course non-smokers should have areas set aside for them to dine away from smoke which they find disagreeable.

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    But SO should smokers TOO have a decently appointed room for them to enjoy their meal with that immensely satisfying post-prandial cigarette.


    • Art Crowther 14:53 on December 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You succeed in your favorite hobby of offending the ‘gays’ and then get on with presenting the reasonable case for fair play for smokers.
      It’s only a pity you did not draw any comparisons between the fuss the ‘health fascists’ make about all the possible dangers to our bodies from cigarette-smoking and the lack of fuss they make about the health hazards that homo-sex incurs.
      But as you say, nice to see Austrian smokers will not be hounded!


  • ross1948 18:39 on September 29, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: bakso tikus?, , , health freaks, Heather Lacey, in Bradford, , Shirley Manor Primary Academy,   

    Health-Freak War On Sausage Rolls? “Stick To Teaching!” 

    Head teacher Heather Lacey said the vast majority of parents supported the ban…


    What a tiresome, dictatorial dullard Lacey must be!

    And what kind of double-talk does she speak, from her bunker in Shirley Manor Primary Academy, in Bradford, Yorkshire, Merry England?



    She says clearly that it’s a BAN, but then we read that pupils are encouraged to show their packed lunches to staff before and after they have eaten.



    If the youngsters are merely encouraged to show staff what they have been given by their parents, then it’s up to the kids to do so, or not.

    Yet Ole Misery-Guts Lacey says it’s a ban?

    … pork pies, sausage rolls and pepperoni sticks should not be included and neither should fruit squash or flavoured water….

    One can only agree 100% with one of the dads, who says that she and her sort should-

    Stick To Teaching Kids!


    Since when have school heads become diet despots?

    Although schools are legally required to provide meals that comply with the government’s School Food Standards, they are able to set their own policies on packed lunches.


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    Well, of course if some demented parent were found to have stuck a bakso tikus snack in a child’s lunch box, there’d be a case for intervention.



    That dreaded phrase is heard here sometimes, when unscrupulous street vendors are caught seeking to save money by using rats as the main ingredient of their meat-balls!

    But sausage rolls?


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    Who doesn’t love sausage rolls?

  • ross1948 05:23 on April 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine', , , fried potatoes, health freaks, Neal Barnard, school meals   

    Hands Off Bacon – Sticky-Beaks Swoop On School-Kids! 

    Ban bacon from kids’ school meals?



    Am I yet again forced to rail against obnoxious Islamists, seeking to impose their alien prejudices on hitherto tolerant societies?

    No, the culprit today is a certain Dr. Neal Barnard…



    …who has chosen to shrill his ‘expert’ strictures from the lofty pedestal of his position as sticky-beak supreme, kingpin of the ‘Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine…

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    “Simply providing the foods sends the message that processed meats are healthful and part of a nutritious diet, which is clearly at variance with scientific fact,” Barnard said.

    I have to say I detest these uppities!

    What we eat and what our offspring eat is UP TO US!


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    This Sunday morn, late morn, that is, I intend to feed greedily on a breakfast of fried eggs, fried bacon and fried potatoes, with some bread, possibly toasted, to make sandwiches as I relax.

    A dreadful diet?


    I laugh in the face of Know-All Neal and his nattering clique.

    A muesli-munching mincing ninny


    Would they have me dine daintily on muesli? Sip snootily on carrot-juice instead of washing it down with a few mugs of kopi jawa?



    Busy-body Barnard should take his elitist arrogance and shove it where the sun doesn’t shine.


    But that’s just my opinion!

    A more elegant, but equally appropriate, response comes from Liz Sheld…

    …who wrote the excellent article in PJ Media.


    It doesn’t send that message.

    No kid, unless brainwashed by the food police, is thinking about that when he is eating his lunch.

    Scaring a kid about what he eats is a great way to turn a child into a neurotic, eating-disordered mess.

    If they are worried about what the school is serving, then they can bring their own lunch.  https://pjmedia.com/trending/2017/04/18/nanny-group-sues-school-districts-over-bacon-sausage-bologna-lunches/


    • Jolene 21:21 on April 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You inspired me to raid the fridge right away and make a meal for all of us, just what you were having for breakfast. It sounded SO good.


  • ross1948 09:32 on October 29, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: coffee, , , health freaks, , , , potatoes, rice, school lunches, sodas, , , vegetables, worms   

    Meat Kills? What Doesn’t? Let’s Just Go Eat Worms! 

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    I’m not even going to give the link for the latest Eating-Panic story.

    You must all have read that meat is SO bad for you.




    The Food Fascists appear to be unpleasantly and implacably opposed to all that normal human beings like to consume.

    But, having returned from a nice get-together at a beery joint last night…


    • …where I devoured heaps of pork and beef, and potato salad, all washed down with half-a-dozen or more cold Bintangs, it suddenly occurred to me to call up some links to other scary stories noticed in the recent past.

    • Various “meat and potatoes” dietary patterns have been found to be associated with increased risks of many cancer types, including breast cancer. However, it is possible that these heightened risks may be due primarily to red meat and fried potato intake; it is possible that consumption of boiled or steamed potatoes does not carry such risks.Potatoes | Food for Breast Cancer
    • Dangerous!
    • …OR NOT!
    • And chicken?
    • FDA finally admits chicken meat contains cancer-causing arsenic …

    • —————
    • mangfood
    • Yummy Indonesian chicken dishes
    • ————–
    • And every Mum’s benevolent advice to offspring – ‘eat lots of fruit and veg?’
    • Research links cancer to fruit and vegetables – The Guardian

    Or NOT!

    And I think you’ll find that coffee too has been debated as a possibly perilous substance….


    I’m on my third kopi hitam this bright Jakarta morn – it’s barely 9am!


    …or not…

    Coffee Intake Not Linked With Pancreatic Cancer Risk …

    25 Sep 2015 – There may be no association between coffee intake and pancreatic cancer.
    Oh, there MAY?
    On the other hand, there MAY NOT!
    If not, we should jump atop a table to sing and/or dance?
    More risk – falling off tables can be injurious to your well-being!
    So we should spend our meagre allotted span doing SFA?
    Munching muesli, sipping aerated water, no wild parties, no fooling around…?
    Until we die of boredom?
    sod that
    The Health-Freaks find fault with just about EVERYTHING!
    Nobody denies them the right to an opinion, but they have turned into wannabe dictators, UK schools telling parents what kids can have in their packed lunches!
    Or banned even from having a packed lunch, if that transgresses state nutrition policy!
    Parents who had hoped to discuss the meal policy with teachers on the first day of term were met by two police community support officers.
    What we as individuals, or as families, decide to do in terms of eating and drinking is OUR business, not the nanny-state’s.
    If busy-body shrills enjoy shrilling at us, up to them – as long as the damned government doesn’t act to enshrine their alarmist propaganda in law.
    But it’s happening!
    In Britain, as noted above, and also in the USA…..
    ….NYC’s bid to ban big sodas an obvious example!
    As if Yanks are incapable of deciding for themselves on a hot Big Apple weekend how much fizzy juice they can consume! NYC loses appeal to ban large sugary drinks – CNN.com
    Soon enough, I’m sure, sex will be deemed hazardous.
    Then it’s the end of the world!
    Next time some sticky-beak tells you that what you like is not what you should like, here’s the most considered, scientific response.


  • ross1948 19:06 on March 3, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: coffee research, , health freaks, , personal. free-flow beer, plain packaging, , temptation, wine   

    To Hell With Abstinence Immortality! 

    Only Irish coffee provides in a single glass all four essential food groups: alcohol, caffeine, sugar and fat.   Alex Levine




    Hey, just woke up, afternoon nap. confined to barracks by the rain, and couldn’t be bothered to fiddle around with the blog.

    Some days my routine goes down the tube and just to compound my domestic chaos, I’m now about to fry up some bacon and eggs, a treat I normally reserve for Sunday mornings.


    Which brings me immediately to the quote at the top, inspired by a news item just heard on BBC’s International news, that scientific research has now shown that between three and five cups of coffee a day are GOOD for you.


    Clears the arteries so we’re told,  and after years of do-gooders deploring in hushed horror the fact that I have at least three coffees every MORNING, plus a regular series of top-ups throughout arvo and into evening, joyous tidings indeed.




    Some of those who warn me are well-intentioned friends, like one of my welcome visitors here at home. That sort of thing I forgive, because they have been indoctrinated by the other sort, viz. the usual prim kill-joy creepoids in the media, tax-leeching health freaks, who also nag me about my three packs a day and about my known taste for free-flow beer events held around Jakarta.

    Not just me, of course, but everyone who shares my abhorrence of  “abstinence immortality” – as in an old song I once heard, in a bar, of course –

    Since he’d never lived, how could he possibly die?




    Now I look forward to the emergence of revisionist researchers in other fields of human existence. In the West, it will take a brave scientist to stand up to the totalitarianism of the EUSSR, which has even banned menthol cigarettes…

    EUSSR Goes Mental Over Menthol! 

    …and the nonsense of plain packaging, which treats adults as infants.





    And the war on scare-mongering must also be waged in defence of all those poor people who go home after work and relax with a glass of wine as they watch their favourite tv programmes.

    Weren’t they told, a year or so ago, that they were sinking into a self-destructive slough of despond? 





    Gotta go make sure my bacon does’t get over-crispy in that frying pan!


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