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Blutwölfin
Saturday, November 18th, 2017, 09:46 AM
Iceland has up until now banned all import of fresh meat leading towards that most meat (no matter if fresh or frozen) you buy in the supermarkets here is more or less local (at least from Iceland, but mostly even from the municipality or boardering municipalities itself).

Now EFTA decided that this is illegal behaviour and Iceland needs to open up for importing meat.

As you can imagine, we're not happy about this. One reason is clearly visible in the following picture: The use of pharmaceuticals in meat production in Europe in 2013 (I doubt it has become better now):

http://www.bbl.is/images/vefmynd_syklalyfjanotkun_evropa-fyrir-ps.jpg


Meat production in Iceland is LOCAL. The transport to slaughter houses which are available IN EVERY municipality is short for the animals, there is hardly any industrial livestock farming, and animals live outside most of the year (due to climate it's hardly possible to produce enough food for animals that are kept in stables all year around; they NEED to go out and eat from fields that cannot be worked on with machines; there is hardly any crop farming possible also to produce food).

Icelandic animals are HEALTHY due to the strict import policies of livestock to Iceland.

What the future holds for food in Iceland does not look bright...

Huginn ok Muninn
Saturday, November 18th, 2017, 10:28 AM
What Iceland has going for it is that it is small and homogeneous. Get the word out and you can block this. EFTA can pound sand. No one should be a member of this cabal run by anti-white communist "elites," and Iceland could probably get out of it more easily than most. Popular support and demand for accountability brought the banksters in your country to justice. You just need to rile people up as much as they were riled up then. The point to make is that this is only the tip of the iceberg. If they can make you do this, they will make you do everything according to their agenda, which, as we all know, is ultimately genocide against all European peoples.

Blutwölfin
Saturday, November 18th, 2017, 10:44 AM
Popular support and demand for accountability brought the banksters in your country to justice.

Yes, they "suffered greatly" while serving not even a quarter of their sentence in luxury prison, and are well back in business now.

Unfortunately the "fantastic" stories about how Iceland treats this or that are in most cases not 100% true (or the media just forgets to follow them a tiny bit closer).

Huginn ok Muninn
Saturday, November 18th, 2017, 12:48 PM
Well, at least you told them to shove their phony debt. In America, the crooks in the Capitol just do as they are told and fleece the public for the banks.