In the lead-up to the Double Down's invasion of these shores, nutritionists were on the warpath, calling for the burger to be banned or at least have restrictions applied so as to protect the vulnerable.Sille Kerre sticks it to the nutritionists, because they are, like, telling people what food is bad for them. One wonders what part of the word nutrition Kerre does not understand. Kerre thinks she is a rebel because she takes sides with a corporation which is motivated by profit against a group which wants to improve people's health. Kerre speaks power to truth.
Being told that food was "dangerous" was anathema to those who regard themselves as having an ounce of common sense, hence the queuing outside KFC's door.
Kerre is a kolumnist, which means she can say what she likes without having to bother with facts or evidence or research or girly-swot stuff like that. No, she is free to say what she feels, regardless of what harm it might do. Last week she blamed child abuse on slappers. You see, Kerre is over child abuse. You see, it's all about her. Kerre eats a burger; she doesn't have to worry about public health. Kerre victimises single mothers; she doesn't have to think about the consequences of her words.
Next week, Kerre will have something else to say, someone else to attack. Her targets are easy; those without a voice; those who are trying to do good. Kerre is a bully. Kerre is an idiot. Kerre is a Herald on Sunday columnist.