By: Marti Oakley ALL  RIGHTS RESERVED

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“The actions of state agencies complicit with state elected officials, shows malice and forethought with the intent to benefit not only the state monetarily, but also specific corporations who also intend to benefit from the prosecutions.  It is not as if they didn’t or don’t know what they are doing.  This was planned and pre-meditated, and state officials and agencies in collusion with the USDA and corporate profiteers knew full well the harm they intended to inflict on the private property owners of the state and that these actions would drive many farmers and ranchers off their land and out of business. “

It seems rather apparent with the extensive abuses of agency offices and personnel supported and encouraged by elected officials, even if only by their silence; their refusal to act on behalf of the citizens, and their obvious disregard for property and individual rights, maybe Wisconsin needs to clean house. 

The oath of office taken by your elected government officials is a contract affirmed by oath.  Under contract law, that oath has been breached by the various compacts, contracts, and entry into agreements, business plans and other instruments which are intended to cause harm to the citizens of the state of Wisconsin and the contract is now voided.  Boot them out of office.

About the Selling of Fresh Milk

The recent offering of what is supposed to pass for a proposed bill to protect the right of Wisconsin dairy farms from further prosecution and persecution by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture and Consumer Protection (DATCP) would have been comical had it not been presented as a means to allow dairy farmers to trade freely what is known to be a wholesome and natural product: fresh milk.

The fact is, even if this limited proposal (as questionable as it is) had any legitimacy, it falls far short of what is desperately needed to reign in the activities of DATCP: an agency which has far exceeded any lawful or constitutional boundaries; yet not one state legislator has acknowledged the egregious activities this agency is engaged in against the sovereign citizens of the state.  In fact, it was state and federal legislators who entered into cooperative agreements with the USDA, accepting millions on behalf of the state to implement USDA business plans that clearly violated not only state, but federal constitutions. 

On behalf of corporate interests who have a vested interest in limiting competition and controlling the market, this partial resurrection of an old “milk bill” is seen by some as a temporary answer to the assaults being perpetrated against dairy farmers across Wisconsin.  Those promoting the “bill” or whatever it is, are assuring the smaller producers that if a small number of large producers can be protected from further assaults by DATCP and be allowed to sell fresh milk to specific buyers, that after a few years they will go back in and make things right for the little guys. 

My question is this:  How many of the small producers would be left after two years?  I’m guessing the answer would be “none”.  After two years, the large producers would simply have gotten larger still, and the little guys would simply have succumbed to financial ruin.  Problem solved.

The activities of DATCP which are clearly intended to benefit corporate interests by securing a limited pool of approved sellers ie., those sellers willing to forfeit their rights and their title to property and to conduct a legal business out of fear of reprisal, while at the same time forcing them to conduct business with certain corporations intending to benefit from the lack of a true competitive market. 

The execution of law requires first that it does no injury

How can the hypothecation of land (premises registration) and the restriction and subsequent loss of sales for the alleged benefit of food safety and disease control be justified?  Especially when the true intent of the benefit claimed is the centralization of food production to benefit corporate industrialized farming which is rife with diseased animals and unsanitary processing facilities. Combine this with the actual outcome known and planned to be the loss of property rights and the unlawful assaults perpetrated by rogue state agencies against the citizenry and the execution of law becomes one of premeditated harm with malice and forethought.

The forcing of registry into the Premises ID property registration system is a conveyance of title: it changes and re-establishes the owner of the property to be claimed at a later date determined by circumstances and attempts to collect debt. The claimant under these conditions is the USDA, acting as agent for the Corporate UNITED STATES.  A corporation which is now using your land as collateral for debt and which will claim that title when it deems it necessary.  Your land can then be sold without reserve……without benefit or notice to you.

Instead of dead end bills, amendments etc., why have Wisconsin dairy farmers not filed a class action lawsuit not only against the corporations driving this looming monopoly, but also against elected officials who violated their oaths of office by entering into these agreements?  Government officials have immunity from prosecution only so long as they act within the lawful limits of the state Constitutional limits. 

Entering into arbitrary agreements with agencies of the federal government by taking bribe money, which is all cooperative agreement funding is, with the intent of depriving citizens of property rights, while at the same time establishing and empowering  what is nothing less than a mercenary enforcement agency is an assault on the public at large.  Why are these people still in office? 

Why have none of these national organizations who claim to be “fighting to protect you”, not come forward with plans of suit using the Sherman Anti-trust Act, as is happening in the northeast against Dean Foods, DFA  and others who attempted to force out small producers and corner the markets creating not only a monopoly, but also a monopsony? 

Has consideration been given to have individual producers file complaint with the U.S. Attorney General indicating that a forced contract in order to obtain a Grade A license stands as a violation of Uniform Commercial Code?  After all it is the burden of the individual to resist all unlawful acts of the government.  See American Jurisprudence.

Why did none of these organizations not immediately file charges against the agent of DATCP who proudly announced more prosecutions would be coming against Wisconsin dairy farmers who refused to be forced into forfeiting their property rights through coercion and threat; forcing them into the supposed voluntary property registration better known as Premises ID. 

The actions of state agencies complicit with state elected officials, shows malice and forethought with the intent to benefit not only the state monetarily, but also specific corporations who also intend to benefit from the prosecutions.  It is not as if they didn’t or don’t know what they are doing.  This was planned and pre-meditated, and state officials and agencies in collusion with the USDA and corporate profiteers knew full well the harm they intended to inflict on the private property owners of the state and that these actions would drive many farmers and ranchers off their land and out of business. 

There is no possible way to work “within” the legislature.  Cobbling together bogus bills that do nothing to address the violations of property rights, the assaults by state agencies condoned by the state, and which contain no language of any kind that could be construed to be protective or that would end this war on private agriculture in Wisconsin, waged by the states own government against its own people is not only a waste of time, its an exercise in futility.

And why would you think you have even a rats chance in a deacon box of gaining any ground by engaging the same legislative body that set this all in motion?  Do you really think they give a damn what happens to you or what you might want?  If they did, none of them could have engaged in setting this up and setting it loose.

The small group left promoting this proposal are hoping to save themselves, even if it means watching their fellow dairy herders who are not so big, be run out of business.

You have other options.  Maybe its time you took a look at the mountain of evidence which is a matter of public record that shows the corruption and collusion and ask yourself:  Why would we be trying to pass a bill when it is apparent criminal activity is taking place right out in the open, against us by agents of our own state government acting under the color of law after having first created fictions of law to make their assault on the citizenry appear legal, when in fact, they are not.

Where any law is passed that is contrary and arbitrary to the Constitution, whether state or federal, the Constitution must and does prevail.  Any supposed law that abrogates** your rights is null and void on its face and is nullified.  Ask your national organization about that.

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hypothecate (hI-pothschwa-kayt), vb. To pledge (property) as security or collateral for a debt, without delivery of title or possession.

Cite as: BLACK’S LAW DICTIONARY 759 (8th ed. 2004)

abrogate (ab-rschwa-gayt), vb. To abolish (a law or custom) by formal or authoritative action; to annul or repeal. Cf. OBROGATE. — abrogation, n.

Cite as: BLACK’S LAW DICTIONARY 7 (8th ed. 2004)