Gove congratulates Packham?

Discussion in 'Agricultural Matters' started by egbert, Jan 12, 2019.

  1. egbert

    egbert Member

    Is it true that Michael Gove has retweeted Chris Packhams twaddle about his gong being 'a silent thanks' from a 'terrified fox or trapped badger', Gove adding his congratulations on a 'well deserved recognition'?
    (letter in FW)
    I don't do the twatter thing, and would be grateful if someone could enlighten me.
     
  2. icanshootwell

    icanshootwell Member

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    Ross-on-wye
    I don,t believe anything Gove says anymore, he,s turned into a right snake, a career politician of the highest order.
     
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  3. An Gof

    An Gof Member

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  4. egbert

    egbert Member

    Thanks An Gof
    hmm.

    and this is the same Chris Packham who for instance issued that creepy 'we're watching you when you're asleep' veiled threat backalong, and is happy to be seen in the company of people who further advocate furthering such nasty behaviour,
    and has been so vocal in his opposition to DEFRA policy

    I don't know that it's healthy to be personally critical of the serving Minister with so much power of me, mine, and our future.......
    ......but what a hypocritical thoughtless little toerag.

    As said above, he's a career politician, who'd seemingly tell anyone what they want to hear to forward his journey. But that tweet is a new low.
     
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  5. Scholsey

    Scholsey Member

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  6. Exfarmer

    Exfarmer Member

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    Come on, Mr Gove must be a good man, he was a leading light in the fight for Brexit!
    Some have sown the wind!
     
  7. matthew

    matthew Member

    You can certainly believe what Mrs. Stanley wrote in her letter, @egbert.

    And it is not the first time Mr. Gove has become entangled with media 'luvvies'. Here he is with one superannurated, new qualified star gazer, Dr. Brian May.

    https://bovinetb.blogspot.com/2017/10/starstruck.html

    That was autumn 2017, and in January 2018, the aforementioned badger loving guitar player, was guest at a TB symposium held at Defra Towers and headed by Michael Gove.

    https://bovinetb.blogspot.com/2018/01/strange-bedfellows.html
     
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  8. neilo

    neilo Member

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    Is this the same Mr Gove that supposedly told the OFC that organic producers were doing great things in building soil OM and sequestering carbon? No mention of destroying/releasing it all when they ploughed it up (let alone using a summer of recreational tillage to kill weeds & bugs), or of the conventional no-till farmers sequestering the same without releasing it again.:rolleyes:

    It's frightening when we see who really has his ear, and who will be directing ag policy for as long as he doesn't slime up his greasy pole again.:mad:
     
  9. Martin Holden

    Martin Holden Member

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    Just ask teachers what they thought of him as the education secretary. They should ban politicians from education and let the experts get on with it. Do you remember what Gove did to Bojo after the last election!! Anyone who smiles through their teeth is not to be trusted.
     
  10. shearerlad

    shearerlad Member

    What do you mean that he’s TURNED into a snake??
     
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  11. Lili

    Lili Member

    He always reminds me of

    "'Twas brillig and the slithy Goves
    Did gyre and gimble in the wake"


    With apologies to Lewis Carroll
     
  12. Micheal Gove your a stroker of the highest order
     
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  13. Two Tone

    Two Tone Member

    Many alleged celebrities who have an overinflated opinion of themselves eventually tend to do something stupid that brings them crashing down in the eyes of the public.
    It’s just a matter of time with Mr. Packham.
     
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  14. Exfarmer

    Exfarmer Member

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    Bury St Edmunds
    Don’t worry he has set himself up already to cover all scenarios, he can blame it on his autism:)
     
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  15. Happy

    Happy Member

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    Scotland
    Mr Gove good at trying to cover up for all scenarios too.

    Here he is last month meeting a group of Aberdeenshire farmers round a kitchen table
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    No doubt he told them how important they and food production will be after Bexit before retuning south to carry on finalising the rewilding plans with his board of Defra.

    A master at playing to his audience but has always oozed insincerity to me.
     
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  16. Gove, why anyone on here thought he would be good news for the industry I have no idea, the bloke is an outright snake, always has been.
     
  17. Red Fred

    Red Fred Member

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    Never see 'em in the same room together. Coincidence??
     
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  18. Dave6170

    Dave6170 Member

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    Watten, caithness
    Nobody under 50 farming in aberdeenshire;)
     
  19. Loner

    Loner Member

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    South Manchester
    And his big red book has prominence?.
     
  20. icanshootwell

    icanshootwell Member

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    Ross-on-wye
    He was a brexit man like Borris and co, now he backs May and her very bad deal, some call it U turn. What do you call it?
     
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