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Friday, July 11, 2008

Ginsters Of Cornwall - Another Anti-English Company Banned From The Weekly Shop!

Our shopping habits have changed. Over the last few years we have drifted further and further from the major supermarkets - Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's, the Co-op and Marks And Spencer's, each with a Scots and Welsh racist appeasing anti-English flag display policy - and to our local market. Lovely, fresh, affordable, clearly marked English produce abounds there.

Today we're totally banning another anti-English company - Ginsters of Cornwall, who make pasties, sandwiches, etc, from our fridge and cupboards. Personally, I have to watch my middle-aged tum so don't indulge, but my wife was always slightly partial to Ginsters. Not any more. Ginsters - with your Cornish flag display on each of your products - you are BANNED.

Why is this? Well, regular readers of this blog will know that we favour a referendum for Cornwall on the subject of whether it's part of England or not. Until then, companies like Ginsters could at least refrain from featuring national flags (unless it is British) on their products, or pleasing all by featuring both English and Cornish flags. We have friends in Cornwall who regard themselves as English and Cornwall as part of England. And until a referendum decides otherwise, it is.

Regular readers will also know that we are fiercely opposed to the racist and fake notion that the people of Cornwall are "pure Celts" - which lays behind quite a lot of this flg waving. It's insular racism, pure and simple.

So goodbye, Ginsters - be "Cornish" if you want to be, but as we are English, don't expect us to have any loyalty to your products.

1 comment:

  1. Interesting point. I agree that Cornwall should have a referendum before companies like Ginsters start flagging up so-called "national" pride.

    I do try and buy English food these days anyway, and having read more than a few racist anti-English comments on ranting "Cornish" nationalist sites, well, if Cornwall isn't in England then I don't see why I should bother with its products.