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Police Begin “Guns Drawn” Raids on Organic Food Stores in California

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Think this isn’t what S.510 is about?  This is happening across the country in every state as individual food producers are raided and attacked by local police. 

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Marti Oakley and Barb Peterson: The Truth Squad this Sunday

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Join us Sunday evening at 8 CST on The Truth Squad Radio Show.

 

  

Our topics for the first half of the hour will be the Codex, Fluoride, Auschwitz, Monsanto connection, as well as Dust Regulations, No Till, and Monsanto’s Monopoly. On the second half of the show we will be talking with Paul Griepentrog, our guest from last week,about the Organics Illusion.

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The Truth Squad Radio Show with Marti Oakley and Barb Peterson

Date / Time: 8/15/2010

6:00 pm PST

8:00 pm CST

9:00 pm EST

Call-in Number: (917) 388-4520

URL: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley

Is there news in your area no one is reporting? Want to be a guest?  

Give us a call on SKYPE: 320-281-0585 or email us at truthsquadradio@gmail.com

Marti Oakley and Barb Peterson: The Truth Squad, with guest Paul Griepentrog

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Join us Sunday evening at 8 CST on The Truth Squad Radio Show.

Our guest this week is Paul Griepentrog. Paul is a Wisconsin farmer who has been involved in fighting back against corruption in the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) in Wisconsin.

Paul will be reporting on the current premises registration (NAIS) cases in Wisconsin involving NAIS and Raw Milk. He will also address the FDA’s move to enable rule-making regarding food safety without Congressional approval, and the Organic illusion. More

H.R. 5577 The Genetically Engineered Food Right to Know Act and the Organics Loophole

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By Barbara H. Peterson

Farm Wars

H.R. 5577 Exempts the USDA Certified Organics Industry from the labeling requirement and testing even if producers use GMO processing ingredients.

H.R.5577 – The Genetically Engineered Food Right to Know Act was introduced by Dennis Kucinich on June 23, 2010. The bill’s intent is to require labeling of foods if they contain genetically engineered (GMO) ingredients, or are processed with genetically engineered materials.

This is a very good idea, and one that I support. However, does it go far enough?  More

Who’s protecting farmers and consumers from GE contamination? Not USDA

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Live link:  Center for Food Safety

 

USDA has released for public comment its draft environmental impact statement (EIS) on Monsanto’s genetically engineered, Roudup Ready alfalfa, and unfortunately, USDA has not done its job. USDA has ignored the real-life concerns of non-GE alfalfa farmers, dairies, exporters, retailers and consumers. Despite public outcry, USDA’s determination is to once again approve GE alfalfa without any limitations or protections for consumers, the environment, or farmers’ right to sow the crop of their choice without fear of contamination and rejection of their products. Incredibly, USDA claims that consumers don’t care if organic and conventional farmers’ crops are contaminated!

In 2006, the Center for Food Safety (CFS) sued the Department of Agriculture (USDA) on behalf of farmers and others for its illegal approval of Monsanto’s Roundup Ready alfalfa and won, banning GE alfalfa until the USDA fully analyzed its impacts on the environment, farmers, and the public. However, the resulting EIS is woefully inadequate, leaving farmers and consumers unprotected while Monsanto goes on with business as usual.

This is the first time the USDA has done this type of analysis for any GE crop, so the final decision will have broad implications for all GE crops and for the future of organic agriculture—that is why it’s so important that USDA hear from YOU. USDA is only accepting comments on this EIS through March 3, 2010, so please take action today!

Tell USDA that protecting farmers and consumers is its job and demand they reject approval of Monsanto’s GE alfalfa!

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Wisconsin state officials….A case of the quacks running the institution

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Dr. Julian Whittaker’s Newsletter:

The (ADA) American Dietetics Association Must be Stopped in it’s Tracks

WISCONSIN:

Two pending dietary licensing bills in Madison: SB115 AND AB440. If these bills pass health food stores, alternative practitioners and those interested in nutrient dense food protocols will become DIETARY CRIMINALS (charged with the unlicensed practice of dietetics)  if they discuss food. Exemptions: other groups that have lobbyists in Madison. You will be subject to legal fees to defend yourself before the (DPL) Wisconsin Department of Professional Regulation. The two DPL prosecutors have stated in court their alliance to www.quackwatch.org.

Funded by the Pharmaceutical industry. All natural healing and dietary advice is quackery.  See what happened in other states that passed similar laws: Legal expenses ranging from $30,000 to $200,000.

These bill will stifle consumer access to nutritional protocols. Only allowed protocols will be processed foods, Coke, Pepsi and junk food. Keep you ill and take drugs for the symptoms.

ADA advice: 25% of your daily calories from added sugars intake.  Have a soda and a candy bar, it’s OK.

No discussion of food allergies will be permitted.

No discussion of health benefits of raw milk, organic etc.

TOTAL GAG ORDER.

AB440 Dietary Licensing hearing Dec 17 at 10 AM.

For more details and links to the bills: http://wihfc.com/WDA_legislation.htm

Thanks for your interest in Wisconsin Health Freedoms,

Syncha Maniscalco
Director Wisconsin Health Freedom Coalition
WIHFC.com
A 501(c) 4 non profit dedicated to consumer choice.

Eating Healthy – A Mental Disorder

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MentalMaskHey, if the World Homicide Organization, excuse me, World Health Organization can make up a pandemic and get away with it, then why should they have all the fun? It seems that our medical community has been busy for quite some time inventing ridiculous diseases.

A California doctor named Steven Bratman determined in 1997 that a “fixation on righteous eating” is a disease he coined as orthorexia nervosa. “Those most susceptible are middle-class, well-educated people who read about food scares in the papers, research them on the internet, and have the time and money to source what they believe to be purer alternatives,” says Ursula Philpot, chair of the British Dietetic Association’s mental health group. More

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