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Misbranded and adulterated? Thats an understatement

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Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2011 All Rights Reserved

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The unknown inert ingredients can be comprised of heavy metals, neurotoxins, mutated bacteria, viruses, fungi or caustic chemicals…literally, anything.  It can be anything as there is no FDA/USDA regulation on what those inert ingredients can or cannot be.”

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All products are presumed to be safe and effective. We make this presumption because the label says they are safe and effective and we know we can trust the FDA to enforce honest labeling. (sarc) 

The label also lists only the active ingredient(s), and these can amount to only a small percentage of the actual contents of the product.  So what is the remaining bulk of the product contents?  You can’t know that.  The inert ingredients, said to be mostly comprised of components necessary to make the active ingredient “active”, do not have to be disclosed because they are proprietary rights, protected trade secrets, none of your damn business.  Basically, chemical product producers can add the dust off their floors to the products you are buying and it matters not.

Besides, the inert ingredients can cause everything from cancer to brain damage and who wants to be held liable for that?  People might want to sue you for intentionally exposing them to hazardous and deadly toxins used in a product that really wasn’t safe and effective, and what would happen to corporate profits if they did? 

Because the known hazards of the products are never fully disclosed we have no idea what we are actually buying and using.  Safe and effective is misleading at the very least and deadly at the very worst.

I wonder why the FDA hasn’t gone after these producers of toxic chemical applications for misbranding and adulteration?    More

Corporations contaminating agriculture

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Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2011 All Rights Reserved 

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‘A problem arises as a result of family farmers and ranchers not having the bags of cash needed to dump into USDA and FDA to buy access as the bio-pirates do.”

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While Homeland Security continues to claim that we must not centralize agricultural production because some terrorist might then poison vast quantities of our food supply, the USDA and FDA continue to rig the system in favor of corporate agricultural producers who are doing that very thing.  Maybe they get away with this because what these global corporations are producing can’t really be classified as food, or at least not as food we would recognize as fit for human consumption. 

Let me make this perfectly clear: there is no unnamed terrorist in a cave on the other side of the world salivating over the idea of contaminating a corn field in Iowa.  We know who the terrorists are, and they all have the word, “Corporation” attached to their names.  And they aren’t in caves either; many have very nice and spacious offices right inside the USDA and FDA.  

While biotechnology is touted as being the answer to the world’s food requirements, no one has stopped to ask why all this tampering with, mother nature was necessary in the first place.  Biotechnology has not caused an increase in food supplies as the bio-pirates claimed it would.  In fact, supposedly a world-wide food crisis is building and a larger percentage of people around the world suffer from hunger and starvation.  Now, one of two things has to be true here if there is actually a food shortage. 

  1. Biotechnology does not increase production as claimed or,
  2. Food is being intentionally withheld from various populations.

Neither thought bodes well for the bio-pirates.  More

Is Guardianship Simply the “Legalization” of Slavery?

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Angela V. Woodhull, Ph.D. /licensed private investigator

© 2011 AV Woodhull

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“since the Thirteenth Amendment abolished slavery and slave codes, how is that guardianship codes that are identical to slave codes can possibly be legal? “

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The United States is a country that legalized slavery for more than 300 years through its United States Constitution, United States Supreme Court, and individual state slavery codes.    Any country that has legitimized an institution, such as slavery, will certainly have remnants of that philosophy in its present day thinking.

Enter United States Guardianship—a system of legally stripping a person of his or her civil rights without due process.  In fact, the similarities between the U.S. Slave Codes and the U.S. guardianship statutes are striking.

Slave Codes and Guardianship Codes

1.     Slaves were denied rights and coercion was used to maintain the slavery system (Noel, 1972).

“Wards” are denied rights and coercion is used to maintain the guardianship system.  For example, “wards” are frequently isolated from their family members and friends.

(See, for example, Order Setting Visitation Conditions in the case of The Guardianship of Louise A. Falvo 08-GA-0509, Seminole County, Florida)  No one except the guardian was permitted to visit Louise A. Falvo unless the guardian was present and watching and being paid for being present and watching.  

2.A slave could not legally buy or sell anything.

A “ward” cannot legally buy or sell anything.  

3.  A slave could not marry

A “ward” cannot marry. More

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