Sweden Mulls Carbon Tax on Meat to Reduce Emissions

The Swedish Agricultural Board is looking for a tax on meat supposedly for the sake of the environment, while numerous tons of poisonous metal particulates are being dumped into their atmosphere…A Swedish politician raised the alarm about chemtrails last year.

Sourced from Infowars.com

Susan Jones, CNS News, January 23, 2013

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From The Local (Sweden): Sweden’s Agricultural Board on Tuesday proposed a tax on meat, to discourage consumption of a product that supposedly strains the environment because much of it has to be imported.

The news report said Swedish meat consumption has increased around 33 percent over the past 30 years and is now higher than the EU average.

Beef production in particular uses a lot of resources, the agriculture board said in a report.

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