October 22, 2010
land theft, National Animal Indentification System, PROPERTY RIGHTS
coercion, compliance, DATCP, duress, farmers, land theft, premises ID, private property rights, tortious interference, Wisconsin
While Wisconsin politicians turn a blind eye and a deaf ear to the police state actions being carried out by the rogue Department of Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) agents for DATCP kick the efforts to eradicate family and independent farmers into high gear.
In an effort to force compliance to the Premises ID program, designed to convey title of property through the use of deception and coercion, to the federal government, agents arrived this morning on the private property of Paul Griepentrog, without warrant or complaint. The agent for DATCP handed Paul several papers most of which were not applicable under the law, and several of which were in direct violation of Supreme Court rulings.
DATCP, a rogue agency which has been challenged multiple times for its harassment of Wisconsin farmers and most especially dairy farmers, interfering in the lawful conduct of business, seizing and destroying personal property without cause or authority to do so, have just met their match.
A message from Paul Griepentrog:
It has come to my attention that DATCP has ramped up enforcement of premises registration. I received a visit from Randy Niederkorn this morning accompanied by a sheriff’s deputy, informing me that I would have to register in ten days or face prosecution. I also received a call from Mark Brothen of Viroqua yesterday morning that he had received summons and complaint for failing to register.
In Mark’s case DATCP refused to grant an administrative hearing twice. DATCP is entering private property without warrant and complaint as required in the 1967 Supreme Court decision Camara v. Municipal Court were it states “Entry onto property by Public officials unconstitutional without warrant and complaint.”
The harassment of the states farmers by DATCP is in clear defiance of legislative intent as exemptions were written into statute however Dr. Ehlenfeldt refused to grant them. There are others who have been notified of prosecution however have requested I not use their names.
I personally cannot go against the Word of my God and will endure all, even death, rather than comply.
Paul M. Griepentrog
W2402 Shady Knoll Rd.
Park Falls, Wisc. 
October 22, 2010
corruption, National Animal Indentification System
corruption, DATCP, Enforcement, land theft, livestock, NAIS, NIAA, Vilsack, Wisconsin
Marti Oakley (c) copyright 2010 All Rights Reserved
In response to the refusal of so many agricultural land owners to enter into the contract with state agencies that had taken bribe money euphemistically referred to as “co-operative funding” from the USDA, the state agencies began a campaign of extortion and coercion against agricultural land owners, withholding licensing, conducting swat team raids and destroying family businesses and lives.
The National Animal Identification System (NAIS) proposed by the USDA a few years back, resulted in a bitterly fought battle between government and livestock producers across the country. Most saw the hidden agenda for this theft of agricultural land and the attempts to also create “national herds”; depriving livestock owners of their property and relegating them to the status of “stakeholders”; meaning they owned nothing and only had an interest in, the livestock in question. USDA, claiming the system was needed if they were to be able to quickly “trace back” the source of contaminated animal products versus, livestock producers who knew there was already a more than adequate system in place across the country to do this very thing; one that had proven time again to be more than adequate. It was this knowledge that an efficient system was already in place that tipped off the producers, and even those of us who aren’t producers, that something else was afoot. Whatever that something was, we all knew that some other issue was at stake and there were those who were waiting in the wings to profit from it.
Now, don’t get to thinking NAIS went away, because it didn’t. As we reported last spring:
“A March 2, 2010 Agriculture Committee hearing televised live on CSPAN gives a clear picture of what’s ahead for domestic farmers, ranchers and herders in the US.. Deputy Secretary Kathleen A. Merrigan cheerfully announced the “new age of enforcement” citing the intent to increase “risk assessment and better surveillance”. In other words……based on only their assumption there might be a problem but with no real cause or evidence, the USDA in cooperation with bought and paid for state agriculture departments that took bribe money to implement the USDA business plans for creating a police state, USDA is stepping up its assault on domestic farming and ranching.” More
October 22, 2010
American Politics, blogtalk, Canada, health care costs, John Wallace, obamacare
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October 22, 2010
BLM corruption, Truth Squad, WATER
Barbara H Peterson, BLM, Bureau of Land Management, horse, Marti Oakley, RT Fitch, truth squad, wild horses
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October 22, 2010
National Animal Indentification System
Enforcement, NAIS, premises ID, USDA, Vilsack
by: Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2010 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Vilsack alludes to the fact that USDA will establish “partnerships” between state and federal government. These partnerships are necessary as Title 7 of the US Code is non-positive law. This means Title 7 Agriculture, has never been codified into law and is not enforceable on the federal level as agriculture is not in the enumerated powers of the federal government.
A March 2, 2010 Agriculture Committee hearing televised live on CSPAN gives a clear picture of what’s ahead for domestic farmers, ranchers and herders in the US.. Deputy Secretary Kathleen A. Merrigan cheerfully announced the “new age of enforcement” citing the intent to increase “risk assessment and better surveillance”. In other words……based on only their assumption there might be a problem but with no real cause or evidence, the USDA in cooperation with bought and paid for state agriculture departments that took bribe money to implement the USDA business plans for creating a police state, USDA is stepping up its assault on domestic farming and ranching.
One way or another, the seizure of privately owned agricultural property is going to take place; the USDA will seize control of the US food supply. More