Nothing surprises me anymore; nothing. I had to stop writing the ‘Are You Freakin’ Kidding Me?‘ articles because the depth and breadth of the under-the-radar fascist takeover of America is almost complete. The globalists have the Federal Reserve Mafia, Obamacare, Codex Alimentarius, nationalized industries (etc.), and now they want to push through S. 510 to make the moos safe from themselves to give Big Agra an even bigger boost than just allowing them to run freakin’ wild and pollute the world with genetically modified organisms.
When it comes to the actions of the four armed policemen in the following video, I want to know when the military and law enforcement are going to remember their oaths to the Constitution and stop acting like the Gestapo when treating every single American, their pets, and their frakkin’ produce like criminals? WHEN?
Some people balk at restrictions on selling unprocessed milk and other foods. ‘How can we not have the freedom to choose what we eat?’ one says. Regulators say the rules exist for safety and fairness.July 25, 2010|By P.J. Huffstutter, Los Angeles Times
With no warning one weekday morning, investigators entered an organic grocery with a search warrant and ordered the hemp-clad workers to put down their buckets of mashed coconut cream and to step away from the nuts.
Then, guns drawn, four officers fanned out across Rawesome Foods in Venice. Skirting past the arugula and peering under crates of zucchini, they found the raid’s target inside a walk-in refrigerator: unmarked jugs of raw milk.
A very large number of Americans are awake, and events like this are no longer shocking because the moos are aware. We know Obamacare is meant to cripple American taxpayers by making current revenue streams to the government even larger through the IRS and the new taxes being levied. We know that Obamacare is a population control mechanism, and we know that police raiding a private co-op over raw milk has a beginning; H.R. 2749, Food Safety Enhancement Act of 2009, passed by the House on July 30, 2009. It appears that H.R. 759: Food and Drug Administration Globalization Act of 2009 had a bit too out-in-the-open name so Rep. John Dingell (D-MI) came up with something new.
The end will be S. 510, FDA Food Safety Modernization Act which is currently sitting in the House Subcommittee for Homeland Security (gotta love that!) with a price tag of $825 BILLION for fiscal year 2010. I have been watching this bill since I became aware of it last fall, and, from all reports, it will effect every single home gardener in America (if we allow it). Do I hear a chorus of moos?
According to a Politico story on 9.1.2010, activists are riding Harry Reid to move this bill through the Senate as fast as possible. Absolutely convenient to have a massive salmonella outbreak and egg recall in the middle of August. Add the fact that the FDA wants only pasteurized eggs to be sold in grocery stores and restaurants.
Dr. Rima Laibow, MD has a easily understood explanation of S. 510. She explains how it shuts down small and organic farmers by creating a regulatory nightmare, and how it will implement all (U.N.) Codex Alimentarius (nutrients are toxins) standards and guidelines.
From NaturalNews, 9.8.2010 (and think Monsanto and Bayer while reading):
(NaturalNews) After giving the appearance that it would (thankfully) disappear, the dreaded FDA Food Safety and Modernization Act (S 510)1 has gone on to the full calendar of the United States Senate and will likely be debated on the Senate floor this year or early next. The bill is being touted as a “safety measure” to keep things like poisoned foods and food allergies from hurting children in schools and to keep the public safe from serious food-related illnesses due to bad processing, manufacture, or distribution methods. The bill will also mean the end of small, local farms and whole foods from anyone but Big Agra and may even have the ability to affect your own backyard garden or self-sustaining farming.
In other words, SB510 gives the FDA (under a special new “Czar” and office) the ability to completely take over our food supply, top to bottom, and eliminate all non-approved sources for food.
This is not conspiracy, it’s real. Read on.
The much-respected “food advocate” Eric Schlosser, who wrote the book Fast Food Nation and co-produced the film Food, Inc. defended SB510 in the New York Times.2 Those familiar with Schlosser’s work, however, will recognize the one glaring problem with it: he never points to governmental wrongdoing or involvement, instead focusing all of his ire on Big Agra. He overlooks, whether purposefully or not, the fact that Big Agra could not get away with their nefarious activities without government complicity.
Schlosser goes so far as to admit that the bill is more than a safety bill and that, as written, it gives vast, unchecked powers to a new agency of the Food and Drug Administration – powers that trump what little is left of local and state level laws protecting local agriculture. This bill, for instance, would basically nullify Wyoming’s excellent Food Freedom Act3 because that is written entirely on a state level and has no provision for controlling federal agents in that regard (unlike another controversial Wyoming law, the Wyoming Firearms Freedom Act which specifically allows federal agents to be arrested and tried for violating Wyoming law).
Even a cursory reading by anyone with an open mind will show that SB510 is all about federalizing authority over food, taking what little ability the small producers and local farmers have to be self-sustaining and organic and handing it over to the Agra-Governmental Complex – all using the false flag of “food safety” as their means towards their evil ends.
Like the so-called Genetically Engineered Food Right to Know Act4 in the House of Representatives, they are misleading the public on what the intent of this act is. Unlike the GMO Food Right to Know act, however, the Senate has final say in whether a false food safety act will happen because the House has already passed their version of this bill, which is equally onerous.
Once again, this writer is forced to ask you, the reader, “Will you join us?” Will you join in and demand, without surrender or compromise, your natural right to health? Will you tell them “no, it is my body, my life, my choice to decide what I will eat, what I will drink, and what I will do to make myself healthy?”
Or will you pretend that this somehow isn’t your problem and won’t affect you? As a NaturalNews reader, you will probably not shirk this responsibility and will stand up for you and your family’s right to decide what you will and will not eat.
Are you calling Republican Senators and asking for a ‘hold’?
(Update: County Sues Farmer, Cites Too Many Crops)