It has been said, “Never let a good crisis go to waste”.Â In that vein Public Health & the CDC are going to seize the moment of this radiation crisis to institute cooperative agreements with city, county & state government.Â What does this mean to you?Â The federal government, broke as it is, is offering financial incentive to get their meat hooks into local government contrary to what the Constitution dictates.Â Continue reading
The wisest man on earth once said:
â€œWhere there is no vision the people perish, but he that keepeth the law, happy is he.â€ Proverbs 29:18
Government has Enterprise and We the People have the vision of Liberty Bell, a symbol of freedom.
You each are a unique individual, fearfully and awesomely created. Each one of us is acutely perceptive. The Liberty Bell is more than a symbol of freedom. Most of us experience a profound almost multi-sensory experience when we bring it to our minds. It produces a sense of awe within our heart to the degree that many of us experience a phenomenon known as Synesthesia. In your mind, listen to the sound of the Liberty Bell ringing its song of freedom. When you listen to its sweet melody you will probably see the Liberty Bell. â€œAll the people saw the sounds â€“ they â€˜sawâ€™ what is ordinarily heard, and they heard what is ordinarily seen.â€
Since the beginning of time, existence consists of space and time. Time â€“ past and future â€“ is rooted in the dual tug-of-war (tension) and resolution. You are reading this article because deep down in your gut you know that something is very wrong within the government. You may not be able to articulate it, but you know to some degree something is wrong. It is this tension within your very being that is seeking a solution or resolution. Each of us is seeking peace and balance as we live out this life within the backdrop of tension and resolution. Yet, try as we might, tranquility is defying us right now. We are all familiar with the struggle, for instance, between personal standards and the demands from the national and international marketplace?
The Liberty Bell stands as a testimony not only to survival but to transcendence. This shining brass bell can calm the current political anxiety in our lives and provides a vehicle of hope where we can discover the secret to finding peace in all our endeavors.
We need to face it, most of us are feeling agitated, the result of being in one place when you aspire to be in another.
Seemingly you have only two possible solutions to resolve this tension surrounding the political atmosphere of life: Either you cease aspiring, hence no more anxiety. Or you resign yourself to the fact that you will also be anxious about things that you cannot acquire such as freedom.Â Many of us have spent years in different ways wrestling the corruption which abounds until today when we find ourselves in state of utter dissonance.
Are you agitated with the current state of affairs within our government? Is their a dissonance within you soul after your have repeated tried to express your desires to your contractually bound representation? Why is your voice running into a brick wall? Continue reading
Upcoming Event in Washington State:
(These meetings will contain a survey of your farm which will be used to change your traditional farming views to conform with sustainable global standards.)
Thursday, January 8 - 7:00 Â 9:00 p.m.,
Madrona Room of the Carol Edwards Center,
17401 – 133rd Avenue NE in Woodinville.
The King County Agriculture Commission invites your ideas about the future of farming
The King County Agriculture Commission is sponsoring a series of 5 public meetings in early 2009 to gather information that will help shape the future of agriculture in King County.
Findings from these meetings and other research will be used in a report to the King County Council relating to the future of agriculture within the countyÂ¹s agricultural production districts, plus recommendations for legislation regarding the allowed size of agricultural accessory buildings.
We hope you can attend a meeting. For details, go to: www.kingcounty.gov/wlr
The first meeting is scheduled for
Thursday, January 8 - 7:00 Â 9:00 p.m.,
Madrona Room of the Carol Edwards Center,
17401 – 133rd Avenue NE in Woodinville.
Subsequent meetings are scheduled for Carnation, Auburn, Enumclaw and Vashon.
Meeting participants will be asked to share their opinions on several important questions, including:
- What are you growing or raising and how is it changing?
- What kinds of resources or services do you need to be a successful farmer in the future?
- What are the trends you think are important to the future of farming in this region?
- How can King County nurture and promote the business of farming for the future?
Your ideas on the future of farming can also be shared with King County through a short online questionnaire, on the countyÂ¹s Water and Land Resources Division Web site, http://www.kingcounty.gov/wlr.
For more information, contact Nancy Hutto, chair of the King County Agriculture Commission at 206-949-4550 or Steve Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Do you hear a sucking sound? This is the profit from your farm going into the hands of global multi-national bureaucrats.
FAZD, one of Department of Homeland Security’s Centers of Excellence has put up the following White Paper which utilizes the County Extension Agent (CEA) agreement to conduct a survey to get to the heart of the non-commercial poultry owner (NLPO). Through this survey they were able to develop a communication plan and deployment strategy to enlist ‘partners’ such as feed stores, churches, and targeting kids, to disseminate government information and, oh yes, and by the way create yet another database.
The premise for this government controlled NFLO invasive program is that you, a NFLO, are a risk. They perceive you an idiot who needs to be addressed at high-school level or below, preferably pictorial.
Their objectives are three-fold:
- Identify key social communication systems and institutions in each community.
- To identify credible sources of information for the community.
- To identify key languages and indicators of how to effectively communicate with the population.
How low will the government go to get control of NFLO farmers? Credible ‘government data vectors’ exploit churches, revivals, feed stores, cultural events, your neighborhood friend (the one every one listens to), your employer, animal organizations, and ethnic/cultural groups.
The covert plan to infiltrate the -Non-Commercial Poultry Owner (NFLO) has now been exposed. Be a 10 Minute Citizen today and refuse to fill out dangerous surveys and censuses which aggregate and statistically mark you and your poultry as the elusive ‘Poultry ben Layin’ in their global food control fight.
Early Detection/Rapid Response: Connecting Non-commercial Livestock and Fowl Owners (NFLO) with Veterinary Information
Tom A. Vestal1, Shannon H. Degenhart1, and Jeff, W. Koch
Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications, Texas A&M University,
College Station, Texas 77843 and 2Department of Animal Science, Prairie View A&M
University, Prairie View, Texas 77446
National Center for Foreign Animal and Zoonotic Disease Defense (FAZD),
Texas A&M University, College Station TX, USA
In the past, foreign animal and zoonotic disease (FAZD) outbreaks in other countries have been responsible for tremendous economic losses to livestock industries,overwhelming health issues in affected human populations, and had devastating sociologic and economic effects experienced by communities. To prevent the United States from experiencing similar debilitating losses, early detection and rapid reporting is essential. Individual livestock owners must be our first line of defense against an FAZD outbreak. By implementing biosecurity practices, livestock owners could potentially reduce the threat to the agricultural infrastructure from introduction of an FAZD (F. C. Faries and A. I. Dement, personal communications, May 21, 2007). “They must keep a sharp eye on livestock and promptly report any unusual signs of disease. Early detection and reporting could prevent the loss of billions of dollars for our livestock industries and communities” (Faries and Dement, 2006, p. 1 – 2). Continue reading
In the name of security Phase III (surveillance) of the National Animal Identification System (NAIS) marches forward with the introduction of CASHN, another one of models that will develop “partnerships” to target the non-commercial poultry owner.
A County Animal Security and Health Network (CASHN) for Early Detection/Rapid Response to Foreign and Zoonotic Animal Diseases
National Center for Foreign Animal and Zoonotic Disease Defense
Texas A&M University â€“ University of California at Davis â€“ University of Southern California â€“ University of Texas Medical Branch
Principal Investigators: Tom A. Vestal PhD.a
Shannon H. Degenhart PhD.a
Texas AgriLife Extension System, The Texas A&M University Systema
Table of Contents
1. The County Animal Security & Health Network (CASHN) Concept……………………………..1
2. The County Animal Security & Health Network Model.………………………………………………2
Figure: Model of County Animal Security & Health Network……………………………3
3. CASHN Project Plan………………………………………………………………………………………………..4
Phase 1: CASHN Leadership Development for State and County Personnel………..4
Phase 2: CASHN Feed Retailer Recruitment……………………………………………………4
Phase 3: CASHN Pilot Test……………………………………………………………………………4
Phase 4: CASHN Evaluation and Reporting…………………………………………………….4
Figure: Chart of CASHN Project Plan……………………………………………………………..5
Subject: 1890 and 1994 Cooperative Extension Program led pilot test of a County Animal Security and Health Network (CASHN) concept developed by the National Center for Foreign Animal and Zoonotic Disease Defense (FAZD) to protect the U.S. agriculture and food infrastructure by connecting non-commercial livestock and poultry owners with veterinary information for early detection and rapid response. Non-commercial is defined as hobby, â€œbackyard,â€ and small-enterprise animal owners. Continue reading
An Inventory and Assessment
The National Animal Identification System (NAIS) is one tool that government that applies a fuzzy math algorithm to incrementally sway the public to adopt regionalization and then to accept global domination of the food supply.
In Phase I of NAIS, Premises Identification, people get used to the idea of yet another number allocated to their private property. Later that number gets transferred for another purpose. Phase II of the NAIS is the electronic identification of livestock. For most people the image of livestock brings to mind rural landscapes spotted with animals, far from their real world, therefore electronic identification is acceptable to urban populations. Application of the, “It doesn’t affect me,” principle chips away at yet another American freedom. In Phase III of NAIS, tracking & surveillance of animal life from birth to death, manufactured fear of agro-terrorism or food contamination is induced. With these simple three phases of NAIS our state and country sovereignty is erased while regionalization and commerce restriction is embraced.
This is an older document which provides the historical background of the Yukon to Yellowstone (Y2Y) Initiative just one of the many incestuous groups or organizations, affiliations, and individuals who are promoting regionalization of the West resulting in creation of other tools such as NAIS for further global control.
Who are the collaborating drivers forging global government? Is your state among the following the pack of globalist lemmings? Embedded within this document and its links one will find the big picture with unending rabbit trails.
The upcoming legislative season will see a new push for the Y2Y (Yukon to Yellowstone) project and other regionalization programs such as NAIS that chip away at your right to property ownership and the transference of large parcels of land to global governance.
10 Minute Citizen: Look up environmental legislation in your state and contact your Representatives and Senators, federal and state, and say NO to globalization (NAIS and Y2Y).
Un-hacked September 8, 2012
International propaganda at its finest
Public Private Partnership: the SSAFE initiative
(Safe Supply of Affordable Food Everywhere)
Brought to you by:
The SSAFE initiative represents a public-private partnership focused on global food security. SSAFE brings like global food system companies, non-governmental organizations, and universities together with intergovernmental organizations OIE and FAO. Responding to H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza, SSAFE sponsored educational and awareness-raising activities promoting bio-security and safe food handling practices. SSAFE activities are expanding with commitments to far-reaching projects including the ‘One World, One Health’ initiative, veterinary and public health capacity-building in Mozambique and global food safety system leadership development through an international consortium of universities. Building on lessons learned from successful international public-private partnerships of the past, the SSAFE vision is that ‘All people will have access to safe, nutritious, and affordable food’. The productive partnership with the World Organization for Animal Health, the World Bank, and the Food and Agricultural Organization represent an integral component of the SSAFE strategy. Public-private partnerships are address global animal health issues.
This committee is comprised of some well meaning folks who want to preserve Snohomish County farming for the next 100 years. It is an admirable goal but unfortunately they do not understand the big picture and that they are being manipulated by global policy which is not necessary good for our country or our county.
So while I commend them for this project anyone reading this should do so with your handy dandy *Glossary sun glasses* on. Sift the entire document not with your Webster’s understanding of words but by their new Ag redefinition or morphing.
Y’all might want to check out if you have a similar committee working on farmland preservation in your county.
10 Minute Citizen: Look up your county and farmland to see the *activity* that is going on. Get involved if possible.
From the trenches,
Are you Snohomish County farmer and NoNAIS? We have an event to go to on this Tuesday morning, October 30 @ 10:00 AM. Our County Executive Aaron Reardon has a platform of ‘Fighting for Farms’ for the election yet he has remained silent on NAIS, the National Animal Identification System. Here is your opportunity to ask our County Exec about NAIS, seize the moment!
News Releaseâ€“ October 26, 2007
Contact: Veltry Johnson, Executive Office
Snohomish County Agriculture Sustainability Project
What: Snohomish County Agricultural Sustainability Project, a community-based initiative to preserve and strengthen the Countyâ€™s local agricultural economy for the next 100 years.
Who: County Executive Aaron Reardon and regional farmers
When: Tuesday, October 30, 2007, 10 a.m.
Where: The Farm (a working family farm owned and operated by Ben and Carol Krause)
7301 Rivershore Road, Snohomish or www.swanstrailfarms.com/page7512.asp
School children navigating the Farmâ€™s popular Washington State corn maze: a 12-acre Washington State map with roads, towns and places.
Children and families picking out pumpkins from the Farmâ€™s colorful pumpkin patch.
School children and their families petting the animals, playing in the historic barn and enjoying a hay wagon ride.
Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon will launch the Countyâ€™s Agricultural Sustainability Project during a news conference at the Farm, a 125-acre working family farm along the Snohomish River.
This project, facilitated by Snohomish Countyâ€™s Office of Economic Development with support and oversight from the Snohomish County Agricultural Advisory Board and the local agricultural community, will engage the public in creating an Agricultural Sustainability Plan and a long-term vision of agriculture in Snohomish County.
Executive Reardon will release details of the project including the public involvement process to set priorities for the Countyâ€™s agricultural economy at a series of community engagement meetings.
Editorâ€™s note: Press kits, photo opportunities and interviews will be made available.
From the trenches,
Tom Greene is running for Snohomish County Sherriff, please support him with your vote.
In his own words:
“My position on the National Animal Identification System is this: I am opposed. I believe the United States should maintain its independence and automomy, free from international treaties that hinder our economic viability both internationally and locally. Furthermore, such treaties that can lead to restrictions on personal freedom are poor public policy.”
From the trenches,