…Canada’s food banks and poor peasants! What the Government does not give…!


“PEOPLE LIKE YOU”, means: “HUMANS similar to you, that are asking for your compassion…!”

R.C.M.P presence to show their “humanitarian feelings” for them and all of us…!

Many out of date canned food…! ONE “CUBAN” CHICKEN A WEEK…!

http://www.surreyfoodbank.org/aboutpoor english peasant degradation! Cuban one chicken a week!

http://youtu.be/5X4GqM15XfEif you can make a poor peasant, they will make them! 

LANDLORDS NEED DESPERATELY MORE TO RENT TO THEM SURELY FROM GOVERNMENT PEASANT SUPPORT…!

http://www.surreyfoodbank.org/about – what Government of Canada does not do or give! A FOOD STAMP! THEY ARE “EMBARRASSED” FOR YOU TO SEE THEM AT A SUPERMARKET!

http://www.surreyfoodbank.org/aboutDISGRACEFUL!
http://twitter.com/abiteinthechunk/status/313315176919232512/photo/1

http://abiteinthechunk.blogspot.ca/2013/03/canadas-food-banks-and-poor-peasants.html

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…UK food Banks! Not to mention the USA…!
http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2013/03/201331313563565483.html

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London, United Kingdom – Charities in the UK are warning that poverty-related hunger is growing amid a backdrop of tough economic austerity policies aimed at reviving the country’s ailing economy.

The soaring number of food banks providing emergency supplies to people in economic difficulty has prompted the British government to launch an inquiry into efforts to tackle what care professionals dub “hidden hunger”.

A consortium of charities now claim the government risks breaching its international human rights obligations on poverty and aim to submit a report to the United Nations, in a bid to hold officials to account.

Food banks have rapidly spread throughout the UK, with The Trussell Trust – which runs 310 sites across the country – providing emergency three-day food supplies to a projected 280,000 people during the 2012-13 financial year, compared with 60,000 in 2010. Trust officials believe, according to current trends, this number could grow to 500,000 people by 2015.

These figures exclude other forms of emergency food aid provided across the UK by churches, charities, schools, social workers and housing associations.
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