Wildlife destruction: the result of neopastoral Green stalinism

Michael Winning

i like the word “neopastoral” that the Boss uses. I’ll do it some more.

If you go about, as a metropolitan Green-Nazi, hectoring country people on stuff which bugs them and their animals, and which they may not kill, they’ll do it behind your back. Badgers for example spread more TB to cattle now, than humans did to each other 100 years ago. So the best thing to do to a badger is to flatten it with a large spade, put it in a binliner, and let it go to the dustmen with the corn flake packets. Or if you’re here, just find a large bonfire or build your own. If all else fails, just run the buggers over with your tractor.

Flamethrowers are good against colonies of bats. Then you can restore your building which they were squatting in.

Look, we people want to farm and grow stuff. we don’t like being ordered to protect those beasts which get in our and your way.

(I hope thats got less typos in it, I’ve been told to be more careful!)


  1. Although I’m a paid-up LPUK member, and normally agree with most of the articles posted here, why on earth are so many of you prepared to justify the wholesale slaughter of the UK indigenous wild animal population? I guess it’s to make it even easier to extend factory farming over more and more of this once green and pleasant land.
    As I’ve said before to screams of abuse, including the puerile Alex Massie on the Spectator site calling me “evil”, the problem is the 70 million plus human inhabitants of this country. (Yes, quite probably 70 million according to a number of sources). If we stopped breeding like fruit flies, and stopped at 2 children per couple, then the population would gradually drop, and the scorched-earth Stalinist pogroms against our wild animals could cease.
    Are you all city tower-block dwellers who have lost the use of your legs and seemingly your critical reasoning? The current human population of this country has resulted in a drastic effect on the quality of life for those in this country who don’t want to live in the manner of the gammas and deltas in Huxley’s “Brave New World”. (Perhaps a better critique of our current society than Orwell’s angry-old-man “1984”).

  2. Trouble is all the educated trendies have no babies and those who believe in the power and want the power, have lots. I suppose it should make for some interesting wars, shortly

  3. badgers and bats aside (I’m a townie and the countryside is a far off place of which I know little, and I wouldn’t dare presume) I like the typos, that’s how I can tell it’s your post without reading the by-line!

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