First they came for the Sausages, and I did not speak out— Because I was not a Sausage.

Bacon, ham and sausages ‘as big a cancer threat as smoking’, WHO to warn

I smell a plot…

  • tom_billesley

    I’ve got a freezer full of contraband.

    • Me too;)

      • Clink9

        I just came home with some not realizing its suicidal to eat it.

    • Exile1981

      I’m planning on going out and getting the contraband for my freezer in a few weeks the old fashioned way.

      • Surele Surele

        so does my nephew in Denmark. Just came back home with the loot from the forests.

    • k

      no problem go ahead and eat it…
      Naturopaths have found the CURE FOR CANCER…
      suspected BIG PHARMA is killing off the MD leaders in alternative health!
      29 MDs poisoned at Germany Conference! and about 11 world renowned Doctors in the US have been murdered recently. 051226_naturopaths_mass_poisoning_Big_Pharma_html

      • Clink9

        So while it’s true 29 attendees at a holistic conference were sickened by the ingestion of a meth-based drug known as Aquarust, those attendees were likely not all “holistic doctors.” Moreover, the circumstances under which they ingested the substance remained unconfirmed; authorities believed it most likely victims were misled as to the nature of a substance before they ingested it. No credible reports offered anything in the way of evidence (or even suggestion) that the conference attendees were deliberately poisoned in an attempt to do them harm.


  • Exile1981

    The WHO is no different than the UN; it’s a home for far left radicals who want to micromanage all aspects of every single persons life so they can justify the totalitarian state they are creating.

    • Samuel

      Veganism is a mental disorder.

    • Alain

      True but some times the aspiring totalitarians slip up and cause problems within their own ranks. I recall several years ago when WHO stated that their research showed no effects from “second hand smoke”. That report and those findings were ignored by our media and squashed, since they did not support the compulsory narrative. Now even WHO agrees to remain silent on the issue. I am sure there are other examples but that one I recall clearly.

  • Tom

    I intend to go to the grave eating my prized bacon and grilled cheese sandwiches (cheddar is ideal for this but Monterey Jack works well too). It that means I get there 5 or 10 years faster well, it’s quality over quantity.

  • Surele Surele

    Everything in moderation… as my wonderful brother likes to say: I have nothing against vegetarian/vegan food. As long as there is a nice, bloody, perfectly grilled steak next to it, I’m happy and all for it.

  • Clink9

    I just heard a study the other day saying all these great anti oxidants were fuelling cancer tumours.

    Don’t believe anything you hear and only half of what you see.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    “Why is it that everything we like is bad for us? Why can’t they say that liver causes cancer, or cauliflower and Brussels sprouts?” – Johnny Carson

    • WalterBannon

      according to the UN free speech is also bad for us

  • Jade

    Keep you damn hand off of my bacon. ham and sausage and get out of my country WHO

  • David Murrell

    People can always drop off contraband at the local mosque, as a donation.

  • Xavier

    I was just thinking about putting in a hog pen.

  • Xavier

    My neighbor lives on bacon and Marlboros. She’s 88.

    • Alain

      One of my grandmothers who smoked both a pipe and cigarettes that she could roll with one hand lived to a hundred and died a natural death in her sleep. Personally I think people should be free to decide what they want to eat, drink or smoke, since so much of this is simply wrong advice and pure hysteria. In my life time I have witnessed different things first being called deadly/dangerous to eat and later other “experts” confirming they are good for you. Butter is just one example. Oh, eggs another one.

  • Xavier

    So, I’m officially a conspiracy theorist now, and I smell the Muzz.

  • I’ve been a vegetarian half my life. I do not miss meat or chicken or fish or seafood. I do still eat cheese and eggs, but in very small quantities. I can report that it is easy and pleasurable, and very healthy and beautifying to be a veggie. I love animals too much to kill and eat them. I am sure they feel pain and sadness. I remember once on Vancouver Island coming across a cow with its calf in a field. The calf came up to me, so cute. I reflected that it would hardly be allowed to live for a year, then it would be taken from its mother and slaughtered for food. Just to please the taste buds of some people. I prefer to see it alive.