Brainstorming European Crises

Despite the necessity to face an impending food crisis the European Union and the Dutch government have shoved down an anti-agriculture directive which keeps stirring up mass protests and violent altercations in the Netherlands. The German parliament Bundestag has turned down the option to continue nuclear energy. The ECB keeps flooding the place with money, but given the inflation that is going to change. A disorganised brainstorm.


Nanny State Germany Plans To Ban Sugar From Teas

Because babies have to watch their waistline and, also, because Agriculture and Food Minister Julia Klöckner is really bored right now in the midst of an international crisis, she pushes for a ban on sugar and other sweeteners in baby teas. Additionally we will be advised with package labels that parents and other care-givers should not add sugar to this or that product.

“Warning! Danger! Caveat! You are about to eat a spoon of honey!” Is this the future? Pressure group FoodWatch is still disappointed. They would rather abolish freedom of speech so that people no longer say such horrible things like “That tastes sweet. I like that juice.”


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