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Agricultural Crimes against Humanity
From ancient times farmers knew their crops and shepherds knew there animals. Those who tilled the ground and shepherds knew each of their animals or plants, their unique characteristics, seasonal changes, and when something was terribly wrong with them. When something was wrong they used traditional and historical natural remedies which are eco-friendly. Historical time’s people either grew their own food or they knew their local farmer.
Do you know your local farmer?
Do you support your local farmer?
Or, do you support cheap foreign foods that put you family at risk, sacrificing food safety, food security, nutrition and quality?
When man migrated to the cities he lost his agricultural roots which made him vulnerable to the bureaucratic predator. Most bureaucrats are not farmers and they do not know what is the truth regarding the true state of agriculture today but they do know the almighty dollar.
Enter the vultures….
Long before 2005 the USDA in collusion with the UN /OIE/FAO/Codex concocted idiotic international treaties to adopt the global agenda bringing forth a document known as the Terrestrial Animal Health Code Google it. But it doesn’t stop there. There is also the Diagnostic Manual and Vaccination Manual and Aquatic Code. Together these are now referred to as The Code. Each of these manuals is a living document and is constantly evolving. Each section is 1,300 pages a piece and changes every year at a UN Session. Sovereign countries and their people never know what they are signing up for.
This scheme is very complex and comprehensive covering every facet of agriculture from fish to people through layers of laws and regulations basically implementing global governance through tools such as Agenda 21. In the early days it was brought to American shores known as the National Animal Identification System,( NAIS) with future plans to incrementally implement the program. This was to be the proverbial boiling frog syndrome, slowly dumbing the population down through chemically induced food cocktails, media mind control, and purging God from “civil society” ready and willing to accept global governance.
The State of Washington’s WSDA (Department of Agriculture been registering premises since January 2005. As of August 31, 2007 a mere 1,305 premises or 6% of potential premises have been registered according the Livestock Identification Committee Final Report to the Legislature issued in Sept, 2007. A recent article in May 2012 claims that half of American private property is beholding to the federal government for one program or another. This does not take into account the vast swaths of public land that have been registered and are now under international control.
Update: March 2010: The USDA conceded that the National Identification System (NAIS) was a dismal failure with not more than 35% of farmers signing up for the insidious program and because of NoNAIS activity in Washington State only 7% of farms “volunteered” for the program, most of whom were paid government ringers to persuade small farmers into following their “lead”. The NAIS program failure was not a surprise to farmers who know that a seed must decay before it sprouts into a plant, albeit an invasive weed.
For millions of dollars of your dollars they gained only 1 % acceptance. Let that sink into your mind.
On a second note: in WI a judge has ruled that premises identification is unconstitutional after an Amish farmer refused to sign up his premises.
In the Beginning…
What the USDA did is pay the States to do their dirty work and implement this NAIS program as their first step. Washington State, as did all the States, took the money and ran with a hook in their jaw. Unfortunately, they signed SF 424 A & B a must for all grants, which basically says if you take money for NAIS to agree to implement all these acts and Executive Orders that have nothing to do with NAIS. The list is comprehensive. Again: you can Google this form to read the small print.
In a nutshell, NAIS was comprised of three pillars:
Phase 1-Premises Registration
Premises Identification is the foundation of the National Animal Identification System (NAIS). One is signed up ‘voluntarily’ or involuntarily. Your property is issued a unique 7 digit number that will run with the land, clouding your title, and ownership of your land. This unique number is an unrecorded easement that runs with your property and survives ownership. What that means is that if you sign up for NAIS your property will be permanently marked. With this Premises Number you are agreeing to allow any health official onto your property to search without a warrant.
Phase II-Electronic Identification
In this phase your animal is electronically identified. Your animal is marked with a unique permanent 15 digit identification number which begins with your country code. For the United States that code is 840. The USDA refers to the animals in the US as the national herd. Does the USDA also consider your animal their asset? One of the most troubling issues associated with ‘electronic identification’ is the recent news through the diligent wok of Dr. Katherine Albrecht. RFID, also known as microchips or chip, implanted into the flesh of various animals is linked by suppressed scientific-evidence linked RFID with a malignant and aggressive cancer. The ethics and liability of implementing a program which could cause cancer via electronic identification is a very serious issue that should be looked into further before any legislation or regulations are endorsed or passed. RFID is fragile and is subject to easy breakage, and security breaches at all points: the tag itself, during communication with the transponder, and in the database. We are all aware of the security issues with databases. The chip standards will not be set to safe standards but will be harmonized into the international standards (ISO). It is illegal to remove the 15-digit numeric identifier from an animal. Once implanted into the flesh of any animal the electronic identification must stay with the animal for life.
Phase III of NAIS is the tracing of animals from birth to death, including movement and commingling. The reports are generated electronically, thus requiring anyone interested in animal ownership, computer access and personal financial investment. The time involved in such reporting would be extensive due to the detail required. Traceability is only necessary when a food supply becomes unsafe from foreign imports and bio-experimentation. The bottom line on traceability is integration of our data. As we are now a debtor nation our data is beings swapped and traded in the commercial and international market, violating our privacy. The tracking and surveillance of interstate or even intrastate commerce is unconstitutional interference with my absolute right in ownership.
The Three Sisters
PROBLEM REACTION SOLUTION (SYNTHESIS)
Update March 2010: NAIS has gone to the scrap yard and it is time to reveal the true intent and extent of the program, The Terrestrial Animal Health Code, referred to as the Three Sisters, tyranny and food control at its finest. We will be witnessing a global regime such as the like that has never been witnessed before. The NAIS program didn’t really die as some claim itÂ just gave birth to Traceability. Throughout time symbols and word plays have been used to convey messages. The third pillar of Traceability in NAIS emerged as Traceability the Total Food Control System including Farm to Fork, Food Safety, Animal Welfare, Animal Health, Vet Drugs, Animal Feeding, Laboratories. The word play: Traceability is the International NAIS + more, commonly referred to as the Terrestrial Animal Health Code. What the USDA and NASDA (State Depts. of Agriculture did achieve was to gain the advantage after their listening sessions to wipe their dirty slate clean and create the illusion of a new program they came to the rescue of international sanitary hygiene, human and animal alike. They also began implementing the One World, One Health strategy that will unite animal veterinary medicine with human medicine.
Traceability / NAIS: Only For Animals?
No, Traceability/NAIS is not only for animal farms. Most human, animal and crops are covered by the leviathan Terrestrial Animal Health Code.
The definition of a Farm(s): since 1975, the Bureau of the Census, in agreement with the USDA and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), has defined a farm as any place that has potential to make $l,000 or more in gross sales of products per year. Also included are operations having five or more horses or ponies and no other agricultural sales, and operations wholly enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program. Please understand that any property has ‘potential’ to make money from their land, even if you live in an apartment. What about that herb garden you have out back?
Love organic milk? Free range chicken or turkey? Grass feed beef? /Traceabilty/NAIS will impact the price and availability of these naturally raised foods. Food control will hurt all consumers, pet owners, 4-H & FFA families, organic livestock farmers, small farms and property owners. The cost of compliance will affect everyone. The consumer will be the loser with limited selection, contaminated foods from foreign imports; more expensive food, less nutrition, food dependence, larger government, and diminishing food security. The small farms if they can continue to exist will have to pass on the much higher operating costs associated with compliance with all the requirements, and hobby farms will most likely be eliminated from the landscape as has happened in other countries where programs similar to /Traceability/NAIS have been implemented.
This commentary from Rep. Ron Paul:
The House of Representatives recently passed funding for a new federal mandate that threatens to put thousands of small farmers and ranchers out of business. The National Animal Identification System, known as NAIS, is an expensive and unnecessary federal program that requires owners of livestock “cattle, dairy, poultry, and even horses“ to tag animals with electronic tracking devices. The intrusive monitoring system amounts to nothing more than a tax on livestock owners, allowing the federal government access to detailed information about their private property.
In typical Washington-speak, Traceability/NAIS was a ‘voluntary’ provided USDA bureaucrats were satisfied with the level of cooperation/compliance. The USDA was not satisfied compliant voluntary and now they are going to ram international standards down our throats for the sake of international trade, not for the safety of your family. The USDA and other agencies signed treaties that are binding, really binding, and not constitutional. Like it or not folks we are operating under The Rule of Force in this country and not the Rule of Law.
Folks like you across America have been signed up or coerced into the Traceability/NAIS. Can you get out? Can you opt-out? There are no provisions within the International Food Control System Traceability to get out or opt-out. In my very first conversation with the Department of Agriculture I was told that even if I sold all my animals, “once you get into the database you never get out”.
The Price Tag
As usual, Congress spent millions of dollars of your hard earned tax dollars to create a complex non-solution to a very simple problem. The USDA has used millions of your tax dollars to BRIBE farmers, veterinarians, and others involved in agriculture to buy-into a corrupt program.
Agribusiness giants support /Traceability/NAIS because they got the federal government to create a livestock database for them and provide free industry data, in order to drive the little guys out with an unfair commerce edge.
Property owners, consumers, small and independent livestock owners are about ready to see the real cost of the International Food Control System Traceability as food prices escalate, become unsafe, and disappear from your grocery store shelf.
Now that Traceability is in the works a civil fine infraction matrix administered through your state regulatory system is open for business. Fines go as high as $1000 an infraction per day. Traceability also forces livestock owners to comply with new record keeping and monitoring regulations. Farmers and ranchers literally will be paying for an assault on their property and privacy rights, as Traceability empowers enforcement agents to enter and seize property without a warrant a blatant violation of the 4th amendment.
You do not own animals so you think you are safe? Property owners in Washington State in the spring of 2012 are being fined and penalized $1,000 per weed, per day, under the Washington State Invasive Species Regulations. How long would it take for you to loose your property if they began counting all the invasive species that the UN demands be eradicated? Weeds, animals, insects…and now in a startling revelation somehow the Fukishima disaster according to the main stream press is going to bring invasive species to your property.
According to Veterinary Services Vision 2015 lists of compliance violators will be published with the Scarlett Environmental Letter to be shunned by society at large.
Gaming: Dialing the Wheel for International Agricultural Law/Treaty/Regulation
Traceability is not about preventing mad cow or other diseases. States already have animal identification systems in place, and virtually all stockyards issue health certificates. Our nation has the National Response Plan to address an intentional or natural devastating animal disease outbreak(s). Your state and county also have emergency plans for animal diseases in their Comprehensive Emergency Management Plans. Since most contamination happens after animals have been sold, tracing them back to the farm or ranch that sold them won’t help find the source of disease. What Traceability does do is increase liability for property owners if an animal has ever been on their property, the scarlet letter. According to WSDA documents obtained under Public Disclosure, your information is kept in the database for between 10-20 years for historical purposes.
More than anything, Traceability places our family farmers and ranchers at an economic disadvantage against agribusiness and overseas competition. As dairy farmer and rancher Bob Parker stated, “NAIS is too intrusive, too costly, and will be devastating to small farmers and ranchers.”
Traceability means more government, more regulations, more fees, more out of control government spending, less privacy, and diminished property rights. It’s exactly the kind of program every consumer, civil libertarian, animal lover, businessman, farmer, and rancher should oppose. Please call your Representatives and Senators at the state and federal level today, and demand they put an end to Traceability. Currently there is no proposed legislation regarding Traceability, they will not bring it up because they are fast-tracking it without your approval. At the very least it may go through the regulatory process in where you can voice your opinion but it does count, they do as they wish.
The Bottom Line
Traceability/NAIS illuminates how our country has strayed from the Founding Fathers intentions and sheds light on issues that all American people value. These values include:
* Property Rights
* Religious Freedom
* Sanctity of life
* Limited seizure of property
* Upholding The Constitution of the United States & State Constitution’s
* Limited government
* Taxation only by Representation
* Right to Farm
* Absolute right in property
* Healthy & safe food supply: True Food Security (local)
* Balanced disease management
* Restriction of burdensome regulations
Today is the day to act, choose freedom!