They’re just being Puritans, aren’t they?

A full month’s diet plan would be a better illustration, given that the daily ration of red meat stands at 7g (with an allowable range of 0-14g); unless you are creative enough to make a small steak feed two football sides and their subs, you will only be eating one once a month. Similarly, you are allocated little more than two chicken breast fillets and three eggs every fortnight and two tins of tuna or 1.5 salmon fillets a week. Per day, you get 250g of full-fat milk products (milk, butter, yoghurt, cheese): the average splash of milk in not very milky tea is 30g.

And then you fill up on beans.

One interesting problem here being that if we don’t eat meat, consume diary, then we can’t even have the beans. Because there is this insistence upon going organic, not using artificial fertilisers. The problem there being if we’ve not got the animals we’ve not got any shit to put on the fields…..that is, the recommended diet doesn’t make internal sense.

36 thoughts on “They’re just being Puritans, aren’t they?”

  1. Once again lucky for lying marx-stooge eco-freak conmen that I am not PM. The hacks at the Lancet and the arrogant medical pork behind this pack of lying twaddle would be obliged to eat nothing but their own diet-of-shite for the rest of their lives. Quite literally with a team of costumed thugs waiting to force their poison provender down there eco-gullets if need be. And keeping them away from the usual victuals enjoyed by the well-off.

    Wouldn’t it be a wheeze if their lying leftist tripe should turn out to be true and they all live to be 129–every day having to dine on their own oral punishment? With extra added insect-parts mash as that is the coming thing amongst eco-stooges of the global elite.

  2. Seems to me that Berliners even at the height of the allied blockade were eating better than that.

    This is more like Leningrad towards the end of the 1000 days.

    Does eating our own pets count towards our daily ration?

  3. Yes. I’ve always though that all those at Public Health England and the rest of the government funded neo puritans, as well as the green anti fossil fuel lobby should be made to live by their own rules.

  4. “One interesting problem here being that if we don’t eat meat, consume diary, then we can’t even have the beans. Because there is this insistence upon going organic, not using artificial fertilisers. The problem there being if we’ve not got the animals we’ve not got any shit to put on the fields…..that is, the recommended diet doesn’t make internal sense.”

    That’s a feature, not a bug of this vastly de-populated (eventually) utopia.

  5. We’re all going to have to eat maggots because it would be racist to tell brown people to stop having kids.

  6. The Meissen Bison

    Pendantry Alert
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    One doesn’t need animal manure to fertilise the soil. Also beans are nitrogen-fixing soil improvers.

  7. As my kidneys have stopped working, I’m required to eat 8 ounces of animal protein a day just to maintain muscle mass. (Vegetable protein sources have a high phosphate level that bust kidneys can’t cope with). That should make a few veganazi’s heads explode.

  8. I think all BBC canteen menus should immediately go 100% vegetarian. Also, no expense reimbursement for any food or booze consumed in any establishment which serves meat. Ditto for Parliament.
    The pinnacle of yesterday’s veggieblitz on BBC yesterday was when Harrabin said that the UN stopped short of telling us all to stop eating meat was because “they didn’t want to seem bossy”.

  9. A full month’s diet plan would be a better illustration, given that the daily ration of red meat stands at 7g

    I’m sorry, the daily what?

  10. It isn’t enough for sociopathic puritans that people obey their orders – half the fun is the people believing it is for their own good.

  11. To anyone who has spent any time trying to figure out how to eat healthily, economically, ethically and compassionately

    In our earlier married life, we did have to budget. We now buy what we want. I don’t really buy most of the healthy eating stuff about salt, red meat, 5/2 etc., and I don’t give a damn about eating ethically or compassionately. I will however do all I can to support the livelihoods of pig, beef and lamb farmers.

  12. Eating meat annoys veginazis?

    I can think of no better reason.

    My meat consumption puts Henry VIII to shame and they are all cordially invited to fuck themselves with one of the bones I casually cast over my shoulder for my hunting dogs.

  13. Mark

    I take it you don’t use napkins, but wipe your greasy fingers on the undergarments of your serving wenches?

  14. “I’ve always though that all those at Public Health England and the rest of the government funded neo puritans, as well as the green anti fossil fuel lobby should be made to live by their own rules.”

    The NHS is predominantly staffed by overweight women. Would be highly enjoyable to see that lot of lard arses forced to lose weight or face losing their jobs………….and their faces when cake and chocolate are ‘off rations’ for good…………..

  15. @Bravefart

    Wipe my hands? If I did that when peasants kiss my hand I would be depriving them of their only source of animal protein. And should a feminazi do so their head might explode.

    The serving wrenches get a bone of a different kind.

  16. Damn! That’s another Grauniad article I’ve been lured into reading.
    For a start the assumptions at the beginning are incorrect. The world could feed 10 billion know with little problem. If so much food wasn’t thrown away due to poor logistics. Tesco Africa & you wouldn’t have a problem.
    And
    “It has identified a daily win-win diet – good for health, good for the environment – that is loosely based on the much-lauded Mediterranean diet, but with fewer eggs, less meat and fish, and next to no sugar. ”
    The Mediterranean Diet myth, again. Based, presumably, on what N.European woke eat when they’re on holiday.
    I live beside the Med. My wife was from the Cote d’Azure. Half of my pals back in London are from the Greek/Cypriot community. Mediterranean people eat enormous quantities of meat. It’s vegetables they’re averse to. Another feature of the diet of Mediterraneans is anything can be sweetened has so much sugar in it it’s virtually uneatable. Subtlety is not a feature of the cuisine..

  17. I had a nice steak last night.

    Wish I’d taken a picture so I could post it on some eco-loon website.

  18. 10-4, bis.

    ‘The world faces many challenges over the coming decades’

    ‘The world’ doesn’t face sh|t. People do. Sawa’s assumes an all powerful world government. Global world government would of course make it vastly worse.

    ‘one of the most significant will be how to feed its expanding global population. By 2050, there will be about 10 billion of us, and how to feed us all, healthily and from sustainable food sources, is something that is already being looked at.’

    As George Carlin noted 40 years ago, if we can’t feed 10 billion people, there won’t be 10 billion people.

  19. If we had to limit our meet consumption to 7g a day, I’d insist on the very finest 7g of the cow and that the rest be thrown on a heap on some eco-warrior’s lawn.

  20. “Does eating our own pets count towards our daily ration?”

    You won’t be allowed to have pets – the environmental consequences are just too great…

    “The NHS is predominantly staffed by overweight women”

    I’m glad I’m not the only one to have noticed!

  21. I take it you don’t use napkins, but wipe your greasy fingers on the undergarments of your serving wenches?

    I can’t speak for Mark, of course, but my serving wenches don’t wear undergarments.

  22. I’m afraid Ecks has it right here. The time for pussyfooting around with these people is over. Early morning rendition to Pyongyang the only option…

  23. @V_P
    Or we can just laugh at them. What are they going to do, send in the UN gunboats? The problem is our own politicians listening to them, in which case it’s our own stupid fault for voting them in (once we’ve left the EU, anyway).

  24. 7g, thats less than 1/4 of an ounce in old money. What would that be, the leg of a mouse? A ball of mince about the size of a Malteeser?

  25. These eco-loons think that you can grow lentils and chickpeas on the slopes of the Pennines. They are wrong. They want the population of Europe to subsist on vegetables imported from India, a country that struggles to feed itself adequately.
    The diet plan has them eating four meals a day, in contrast to my two, each of which is inedible.

  26. I keep having to remind people that the original Puritans left England not because they were prevented from living their lives as they believed, but because they were prevented from forcing *other* *people* to live their lives as they (the Puritans) believed.
    And any group that went around hanging Quakers have no right to be evangelising morals.

  27. Utter madness

    1lb of meat is two months ration; ha ha the lb of sausages bought yesterday will be eaten in days

    Don’t care if they live on rabbit food, but I will eat whatever I want

    @Jim August 9, 2019 at 10:11 am

    +1 When all MPs and public sector are slim, then they could lecture us; until then STFU

  28. Chris Miller

    Ordinarily I would agree with you – but increasingly laughing at these people can land you in hot water. Woe betide you (for example) if you make a ‘transphobic’ comment about the current case in Canada whereby a per op transsexual is suing people for refusing to shave his balls. You’re likely to be subject to police investigation. It’s going the same way with Greens and Vegans – specific privileges under the law or given by law enforcement. I agree it is the politicians but this is under a nominally ‘Conservative’ administration – surely a total purge is required of probably 90% of the HoC (I cant think of any SNP people that don’t belong in Pyongyang and almost no labour are worthy of being saved either) and as Ecks suggests, that’s only the beginning. Could rival Stalin in its impact.

  29. As for PHE puritans:

    Today: 4oz meat and 4oz cheese – very tasty; now sod off and eat gruel if you want to.

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