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NAIS has nothing to do with food safety for our benefit.

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R.W.McAfee (c)copyright 2010 All Rights Reserved

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Once this bureaucratic NAIS is in place in the U.S. it will enable BigAgra Corporations to control livestock production.  It was written and adopted several years ago by these corporations along with the one-worlders for their WTO organization which is designed to benefit them, not America’s independent livestock producers.

When the U.S. signed the WTO “treaty,” our laws and wishes as an agricultrual nation became subservient to the one-worlders whose hearty participants include BigAgra–those same wonderful folk who’re trying to shove dangerous genetically modified (GM) food down humanity’s throats–one-in-the-same as those who tried to scam humanity into believing they were responsible for global warming; now a thoroughly discredited hoax after their files were hacked and released online for the world to see.

Their end game with their global warming lie was to levy a global  “tax” on humanity for  “. . .polluting the planet with our billions of CO2 exhales that were causing global warming. To save us from ourselves. And use that tax to fund their one world government.

Global warming, like their NAIS pitch, was and is a lie.   

Our USDA was told by their “bosses” to have NAIS done and set in motion in the U.S.  by January 1st of this year.  But a fierce opposition to this heinous scheme by America’s independent livestock producers blind-sided them at their previous “listening” sessions around the nation.  In fact, it was so intense it set these bureaucratic mouthpieces back on their heels.

Their world “bosses” couldn’t have been very happy with them. So here they are again for another try at NAIS at the links below.

It appears the USDA representatives in D.C. who’re supposed to be looking out for America’s agriculture community have been purchased by BigAgra and the one worlders operating behind the curtain; and have now become little more than paid pimps and shills for those trying to force as many of America’s independent ranchers and farmers out of the livestock production business as they can.

NAIS has nothing to do with food safety for our benefit.

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Wisconsin: There will be no re-hearing of Amish case

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Emanuel Miller, an Amish from Wisconsin was targeted by DATCP and prosecuted for refusing to register his property under the supposed “voluntary” Wisconsin law.  This case was not only about forcing compliance to what was passed and publicized as a voluntary law by the Wisconsin legislature, it was also about the separation of church and state.  Had DATCP been successful in abrogating Mr. Miller’s right to adhere to his religious beliefs, the precedence would have been set to be used in future cases as the weapon to strike down relgious beliefs as a legitimate defense against government encroachement. 

Thank you to Judge Jon Counsell for this decision.

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HEARING ON PREMISE REGISTRATION CASE CANCELED
Friday, May 7th, 2010 — 11:42 am
Posted by Paul Knoff, News Director

A Clark County Judge has canceled a motions hearing in a controversial court case.

Judge Jon Counsell was scheduled to hold a hearing on a motion to reconsider his ruling in the Emanuel Miller Jr. case this afternoon, but on-line records say the hearing has been canceled per his request. More

NAIS has won the award for 2009’s most DASTARDLY USDA IDEA

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 NAIS has won the award for 2009’s most DASTARDLY USDA IDEA. In Ag Sec Vilsack’s listening sessions, designed to find some common ground of appreciation for the USDA brain child, the bribe-riddled NAIS found accumulations of increasing retch with each of 16 town hall style meetings. Livestock people increased dislike with each interpretive spin from USDA. Although the livestock press, USDA state veterinarians and USDA universities defend full-blown NAIS, livestock producers were not willing to relinquish their meager profits for the red tape of a new government enforcement program.
When NAIS was not palatable federally, the USDA split the troops and provided over $150,000,000 in incentives for each state to take NAIS as a state enforcement project. When that costly idea slammed head-on to more resistance, in court and otherwise, now the USDA troops are dividing more. NAIS surveillance is becoming mandatory for certain disease studies. To try and forget the flawed thought of NAIS, new names are now being invented like “animal ID”, “information systems”, “food safety”, “animal health emergency management”, “animal security” and a host of other invented terms, just to sell the same old NAIS enforcement.
Beyond the millions spent to swallow NAIS, now many more millions are being spent to huddle government employees around new brain schemes to sugar-coat livestock surveillance enforcements. The article below is filled with costly processes that will be paid for by livestock owners and create more government jobs.
At a unique time in the history of agriculture production, when cost of goods are increasing, profits are reducing, the USDA is working at mach-speed to increase red tape and cost of doing business. Now, here it comes again, “One Health.” More

Jackass Alert! USDA: Oh no you didn’t!

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PPJG original post.  Author: Marti Oakley © August 22, 2009 4:23 pm cst

This is such a crock even I can’t believe it.  This is the actual public statement by USDA claiming they heard substantial support for NAIS/Premises ID.  What were these people smoking? 

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“Officials with the Department of Agriculture said they heard

substantial support for animal disease traceability during a series of

public meetings but many animal owners indicated concerns. Cost,

privacy, bureaucracy, liability in the event of a disease outbreak,

and the religious implications of such animal identification are

behind ongoing opposition to the department’s National Animal

Identification System.” More

Marti Oakley on: Lives in the Balance with Jason Littlejohn

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http://www.theyarekillingus.com/

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Lives in the Balance with Jason Littlejohn

Guest:  Marti Oakley on HR 2749, NAIS

 

 

 

This is an mp3 file.

https://download.yousendit.com/MnFqYURIT2JEbUx2Wmc9PQ

 

Bribery: Co-operative Agreements funding

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Whenever some unelected bureaucracy is attempting to circumvent state or federal constitutional protections and rights, it is always done using some form of [co-operative agreement].  What this amounts to is a bribe paid to state officials.  Usually these agencies, answerable to no one….(they all have rule-making (law-making) capabilities) are intending to pass laws which will violate civil liberties.  The money, usually in the millions, is used to coerce elected officials at the state level into passing what would otherwise be untenable.  More

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