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Big Pharma Criminality no Longer a Conspiracy Theory: Bribery, Fraud, Price Fixing now a matter of public record

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Nero Fiddles at the Bankers’ Ball

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new-logo25Copyright © 2013 by W.R. McAfee, Sr. All Rights Reserved

November 9, 2013

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Audience marvels as currencies burn

And old and organized international cabal of white-collar banking thieves prowl the planet with a grab bag of heinous tools—war, deception, bribery, financial manipulations, recessions, depressions, shortages, misery for humanity— perfected over the centuries; enabling them to steal money and commandeer nations’ (and citizens’)  treasure by offering deliberate debt the bankers know can’t be repaid when they make the offer.

hijackedUsing the British army at the time, these bankers, who are headquartered in a square-mile area known as The City located in the middle of London, and who are an independent “country” with their own constitution, law, and police force separate from Britain,  attempted to gain control of America with two wars—the Revolution and the War of 1812. Their agents were back supplying Indian tribes throughout the country and on America’s borders with weapons, ammunition, supplies, staples and encouragement to kill colonists and wage war on America before the Revolution’s powder smoke settled

Both times they failed.

Undeterred, and with their eyes on a resource-rich American prize, the Rothschileans’ regrouped in The City and set loose a deceptive scheme to attack the nation with their money. More

Bribery and Graft abound as Reid attaches S.510 to clunkers

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The FDA and USDA have routinely used the Federal Register to “update” the food safety system, always granting themselves far reaching authority and empowering themselves far beyond the intent of the original legislation that created these blights on America.”

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And the Republicans joined right in!

I can only imgaine that the halls of the Senate were virtually awash in  “funding” from lobbyists as Republicans joined Democrats in the greatest assault on agriculture ever launched by our own government.

It seems there is no stopping the nefarious Harry Reid (D) NV.  With the country screaming no to the ill conceived S.510 Fake Food safety bill, Reid was successful in attaching the agricultural police state bill to a non-related bill and rammed this piece of garbage through the senate once again. 

And where were those Republicans who got the message from voters that things needed to change?  Well…they were right in there voting yes along with the Democrats.  Even Senator Tom Coburn (R) OK., jumped on the band wagon and voted to pass this attack on food production and supply into law.  Its just amazing what bags of corporate lobbying money  can do to politicians. 

S.510 Fake Food Safety bill was passed quickly late Sunday afternoon; a vote taken when the Senate could be assured few were watching or even aware that the vote on the criminalization of independent and family agriculture was taking place.  Like rats scurrying across the deck of a sinking ship, senators lined up one by one to vote against the best interest of their districts and in favor of the industrialization of agriculture. And like rats, they hurriedly scurried away before their presence was detected.  Rats are like that.  More

S.510 – THE FOOD SAFETY AND MODERNIZATION ACT PASSES IN THE SENATE: THE SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS WIN AND THE AMERICAN PEOPLE LOSE AGAIN!

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12-01-2010 1:20 am – John W. Wallace

Live Link:  Liberty News Online

“Campaign Contributions received from any source other than individual United States citizens is nothing more than bribery and the practice should be made illegal. The passage of this bill is a prime example.”

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The big international food conglomerates must be celebrating today as the US Senate passed it’s version of the Food Safety and Modernization Act by a vote of 73 to 25. The only amendment to the Food Safety Modernization Act allowed was the Tester Amendment which exempts small operations (earning under $500,000 a year) from having to file a food safety plan. Congress must now pass a final form of HR 2749 and S 510, which President Obama is expected to sign into law.

The Socialist Democrats in the Senate have done it again by pushing big government further onto family farms and ranches and into our local stores and homes.

THE VOTE: Grouped by Home StateAlabama: Sessions (R-AL), Nay — Shelby (R-AL), Nay

Alaska: Begich (D-AK), Yea — Murkowski (R-AK), Yea

Arizona: Kyl (R-AZ), Nay — McCain (R-AZ), Nay

Arkansas: Lincoln (D-AR), Yea — Pryor (D-AR), Yea

California: Boxer (D-CA), Yea — Feinstein (D-CA), Yea

Colorado: Bennet (D-CO), Yea — Udall (D-CO), Yea

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S.510: Bribery, Graft and Conflicts of Interest

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a) Whoever, otherwise than as provided by law for the proper discharge of official duties, directly or indirectly—

(1) demands, seeks, receives, accepts, or agrees to receive or accept any compensation for any representational services, as agent or attorney or otherwise, rendered or to be rendered either personally or by another—

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The Senate has convened and will vote again for cloture on S.510; at this moment Senator Tom Harkin is speaking about why the bill is so important.  Echoing the drama of Senator Durbin, Harkin alludes to the “sick and dying” people in this country as a result of food borne illness.  All the drama aside: neither Harkin, Durbin nor any other Senator will identify the true sources of food contamination arising from industrialized farming and ranching, self-inspecting processing plants, and contaminated food imports coming into the country uninspected. 

Regardless of all the flowery language, all the hyped up drama issuing from these Senators who have remained totally silent as the FDA, the agency they intend to unlawfully empower, has been the facilitator for hundreds of lethal and deadly pharmaceuticals allowed into the markets that cause physical damage and even death in thousands of cases.  With this in mind I doubt anyone could conclude that this bill is in reality about food safety, but is instead about the transfer of power to a corporate agency belonging to the Federal corporation; the intent of course is to also transfer blame for what will ensue once this overthrow of agriculture is completed.

Neither Senator nor any of the bills sponsors make any mention of the subjugation to unlawful trade and harmonization agreements or the underlying assaults on Constitutional rights.  Not one speaker can claim anything other than systems already in place as pertaining to food safety that are reiterated in the bill.   The focus of the bill is: More

Rosa Delauro cranks up her broom: The wicked witch of the North rides again!

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DeLauro (D) CT  http://delauro.house.gov 

From the statements by Rosa Delauro to the House committee:  While the administration asked for $14.2 million for this program, we do not feel it is a good use of resources to fund NAIS until the agency develops a clear plan for a mandatory system with measurable goals, long-term funding levels, and a plan for successful implementation. (emphasis mine)

Dear Ms DeLauro:

Your insistence on a mandatory system for the National Animal Identification System, one clearly rejected by the majority of the independent and family agricultural and livestock community across the nation, is not lawful.  You are a legislator and should be fully aware of this, and I believe you are.  More

Geo-Accounting: Why NAIS and other farm to fork plans will never die

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by  Marti Oakley (c) copyright 2010 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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Somewhere in 2004, when USDA began openly talking about the National Animal Identification System (NAIS), a simultaneous effort was already underway in each state to buy access to state agricultural agencies via cooperative funding agreements wherein the incorporated state Ag agencies contracted with the USDA to implement the USDA business plans. 

What NAIS was never really about was the ability to trace back disease in animals, as a system was already well established and in place in every, state.  What the USDA was and is still after is the ability to gain control over every aspect of food production whether it is animals or crops.  Instrumental in that plan is geo-accounting.  More

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