It has been determined by the President, Congress, and the Agricultural Committee that after years and millions of wasted taxpayer dollars the experiment to alter traditional animal identification methods failed dismally. But the porkers, true to their kind, want pork and more of it.Â The porkers along with the Cattleman’s Association did fabulous acting jog pretending to be “the industry” when they went crying to state and Congressional leaders. Â The USDA program known as the National Animal Identification System (NAIS)Â was bold in their demands:
1.Â Register all property (whether you own an animal or now, if you have potential to make $1000 from your property, not that you are making more, just the potential.Â Why even apartment dwellers can do that.
2.Â Electronically identify animals which we now know causes cancer thanks to the diligent work of Dr. Katherine Albrecht and an investigative reporter.Â This was also a slam-dunk profit maker for new electronic identification methods.
3. 24/7 surveillance-Your papers please!Â Health officials, under the Emergency Clause, not only in the US but around the world suspended national and state Constitutions as a few wealthyÂ individuals breached sovereign borders to make a few more dollars for their pockets.Â If you take your chicken to the vet or travel on the roads or or maybe even take one of your animals for a walk it was proposed that you must file an extensive electronic report and carry the animals papers at all times.
Everyone you mention this scheme to thinks it is ludicrous!Â Nevertheless farmers had to leave their farm, which by the way grow your food, to take to the marbled halls so that they could farm without squashing regulations.Â The herald that funding had been terminated after this extravagant experiment brought a respite of sorts though several problems remained.
Most Americans are unaware of the the semantic shell game that goes on in the realm of politics.Â NAIS was known as a contentious program yet the Department’s of AgricultureÂ persisted until the outcry became so loud that they could not dismiss it.Â The USDA easily solved this dilemma with a pitch-fork response:Â rename NAIS to Animal Disease Traceability; hold consensus meeting that really aren’t about the USDA listening to “We the People” (of course they do not have to listen because no where in our founding documents does it mention AGENCY, Department, Bureau, etc…; and lastly to bring back the pork ringer’s to squeal loud enough to drown out the voice of Americans saying, “No”.Â One last thing you need to know as an American who needs to eat.Â The Federal government knows that you need to eat and so their is a potential money-making operation laying in wait.Â The Fed’s offered your state hard, cold cash, to receive grant money for NAIS.Â The fine print of that contract, SF 424 A & B put your state on the hook to implement a whole lot more than NAIS, it included the Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, and numerous Executive Orders.Â Your state had to implement all of these to get the cash and then provide Quarterly Reports on their progress.
Why are we in this predicament?
High food prices and contaminated food are a consequence of the United States signing on as a Member to the United Nations and branches such as the OIE who partly manages our food.Â The a series of treaties were signed that supposedly we had to go along with in the modern global socialist governance.Â It is claimed that these treaties supersede our Constitution.Â This is only the case if we voluntarily allow these treaties to be a highest law in our land.
Long ago it was determined that Americans had not more right to food than anyone else around the world so the UN along with its partner Congress decided to “level the playing field”.Â What does this mean to you?Â Â Everybody gets the same nutrition, calories, access to food, quantity.Â And for good measure it is an excellent funding mechanism because everybody has to eat.
Can the government of the United States actually control and eradicate disease by a money-grubbing program?Â The article below mentions all the jobs and wealth this animal identification program will create.Â It fails to note that farmers will be driven out of business due to crushing OIE regulations and the cost to support global governance.Â ItÂ is laughable this article also says an animal ID program will “save the animals”.Â The stark truth of the matter is that the porker’s nor global government cares one single animal.Â The only thing that matters is the bottom dollar and making as much of it as they can.
Ponder these things when you go to your local grocery store.Â You would do far better economically and health-wise to support your local farmers.Â Choose farmers you really trust whoÂ are not really big-agri-business in a sheep suit.Â That put’s the porker’sÂ out of the game, unless you want to be poor and then die from poisoned and fake food.
10 Minute Sovereign:Â Call your Congressmen and women, tell them: “No to funding on Animal Disease Traceability.Â It is a waste of time and money and we no longer have that luxury.”Â If you have a few additional minutes call the Senate Ag Committee and tell them the same thing.Â Make sure your voice is heard.Â We need to drown out the porker’s who have had their day for their animal identification venture.Â Let’s return our Constitution to its rightful spot and return to our traditional ways that made this country the greatest nation in the world.Â Apathy and failure to get involved on your part, yes you eat you best get involved, will otherwise sink America’s food supply and it will go down faster than the Titanic.Â Is this what you want for your children and grandchildren.Â It is food for thought.Â Think about it instead of some other activity you are scheduled to do today.
The Porker’s are Back!
This is an article from VetWeb and is for Educational Purposes Only
Calling it vital to the United States livestock industryâ€™s ability to more quickly control and eradicate foreign animal diseases and keep export markets open, the National Pork Producers Council urged Congress to restore funding for a national animal identification system.
In letters sent to the chairmen and ranking members of the agriculture subcommittees of the Senate and House Appropriations Committees, NPPC said the pork industryâ€™s competitiveness and its exports, which create thousands of jobs and generate wealth, are threatened by the failure of the U.S. to implement an animal ID plan. Continue reading