This is a 26 page PDFÂ which summarizes the restructuring of The Code formerly known as the Terrestrial Animal Health Code with special focus this year on anti-microbial resistance, animal welfare, wildlife, specific diseases, surveillance, and many changes to the language which tighten the noose so to speak.Â
On this May 1, the international socialist day, the usurper-in-Chief put America under further domination by an Executive Order that America submit to global regulation in the interest of meeting (unconstitutional ) goals,and establish a Regulatory Working Group.Â Wink, wink…this is why the NIAA focus this year was Increasing Regulation in Economically Tough Times.Â The usurper-in-Chief used the infamous Emergency Clause: “for the health, welfare and safety” which suspends the right to referendum.Â It is akin to suspending the Constitution.
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PROMOTING INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY COOPERATION
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, and in order to promote international regulatory cooperation, it is hereby ordered as follows:
Section 1. Policy. Executive Order 13563 of January 18, 2011 (Improving Regulation and Regulatory Review), states that our regulatory system must protect public health, welfare, safety, and our environment while promoting economic growth, innovation, competitiveness, and job creation. In an increasingly global economy, international regulatory cooperation, consistent with domestic law and prerogatives and U.S. trade policy, can be an important means of promoting the goals of Executive Order 13563.
The regulatory approaches taken by foreign governments may differ from those taken by U.S. regulatory agencies to address similar issues. In some cases, the differences between the regulatory approaches of U.S. agencies and those of their foreign counterparts might not be necessary and might impair the ability of American businesses to export and compete internationally. In meeting shared challenges involving health, safety, labor, security, environmental, and other issues, international regulatory cooperation can identify approaches that are at least as protective as those that are or would be adopted in the absence of such cooperation. International regulatory cooperation can also reduce, eliminate, or prevent unnecessary differences in regulatory requirements. Continue reading
For over a decade now Walmart has been positioning itself to be the food driver.Â The Department of Defense and WalMart agreed with trans-national corporations to begin placing RFID’s in their inventory supply chain.Â Traditional small farmers and RFID opponents such as Dr. Katherine Albrecht took to the media, Legislature, Congress even going as far as the President in the White House to warm of the impending dangers of introducing and mandating RFID’s in commerce.Â Farmers were concerned that the mandate would be integrated into the National Animal Identification System (NAIS) now known as Traceability.Â NAIS is a three step program to food tyranny which forces everyone who has potential to earn $1000, the definition of a small farm, to:
- Register with the government all property with a number which can be taxed (PIN) (to UN standards)
- Electronically identify all animal life (to UN standards)
- Surveillance, 24/7 (to UN standards)
This program farmers articulate will result in higher food costs and limited availability.Â Small farmers will be forced out of business by large agri-businesses who will dominate markets such as WalMart by creating artificial regulations which are to costly for small farmers to implement.
Dr. Katherine Albrecht’s concern is Americans voluntarily consenting to give up their privacy when they participate in these types of programs and the privacy issues and health issues relating to RFID use.
What is the latest with Wal Mart and Your Food? Continue reading
Top Invasive Species Violators
You are wondering about the Michigan invasive pig law?Â Is it legitimate?Â Farmers have been education the public on the Terrestrial Animal Health Code since 2005.Â Quietly each state in the Republic has taken money to implement this United Nations Code.Â The Terrestrial Animal Health Code manifests in your state as the Invasive Species laws and regulations.Â Basically each State took money to interfere with your absolute right in property ownership.
How do you know invasive species laws and regulations are active in your state?Â Look up the regulations and laws in your state or your can blindly run into hundreds of checkpoints in your state checking for invasive species.Â You think it is just aquatic, no, it is incremental implementation.
Here is the tool:
Here is the WA Invasive Species website:
Here is the 2011 Terrestrial Animal Health Code which will updated in May 2012
Here is a sampler of the checkpoints in Montana (same unconstitutional regs)
Unconstitutional Checkpoint! Are the THC Chickens Coming Home to Roost?
Rat Patrol: Veterinary Services Works With Iowa DOT in Unconstitutional Animal Movement Checkpoints
WA has even established a toll free INFEST invasive species sighting Hot Line.
WA Invasive Species Council
Established by the legislature in 2006 and then extended in 2011, the council was tasked with providing policy level direction, planning, and coordination for combating harmful invasive species throughout the state and preventing the introduction of others that may be potentially harmful.
The Washington Invasive Species Council evaluated more than 700 invasive species in and around Washington to analyze which posed the greatest threat to the stateâ€™s environment, economy, and human health. The council selected 50 priority species for action in the short term.
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Ouuuu…ahhhh…disgusting.Â Turn in an Invasive Species violator and win a FREE whistle, WOW!!!!!Â See out your neighbors for a whistle.
From the trenches,
In their own words:
Building on NIAA’s 2011 Annual Conference theme, Consumers’ Stake in Today’s Food Production: Meeting Growing Production Demands, the 2012 conference will focus on how decreasing resources, both natural and financial, as well as increasing regulations are making it difficult for animal agriculture to advance. With issues such as drought, tight credit, increased capital requirements, environmental regulations, more demanding animal care standards, and misinformation about how animals are raised, animal agriculture is in an important period of change.
The 2012 Annual Conference of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture will explore the many issues facing the industry. We will discuss how animal agriculture can be advanced through understanding the intricacies involved with the limited resources available and continued pressure to further regulate how animals are produced.
This year’s conference includes an important and interesting tour of animal agriculture along the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains.
**There will be a new Traceability White Paper released at the conference. Continue reading
|Release No. 0028.12|
|New Forest Planning Rule Seeks to Restore the Nation’s Forests through Science and Collaboration|
|Secretary Vilsack Announces Release of Final Environmental Impact Statement by US Forest Service|
|WASHINGTON, Jan. 26, 2012 â€“ Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today signaled the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s intent to issue a new planning rule for America’s 193-million acre National Forest System that seeks to deliver stronger protections for forests, water, and wildlife while supporting the economic vitality of our rural communities, by releasing online a Final Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (PEIS) for the National Forest System Land Management Planning Rule. Today’s action honors the commitment made by Secretary Vilsack in his 2009 speech on forest management, and by the President in the America’s Great Outdoors Report. Continue reading|
Part 3: VS2015-Strategic Plan for Implementing One Health
Newly Changed from VS2015 to Vision and Science in the USDA continuing Semantic Wars
USDA APHIS VS Internal-Use Only Document
APHIS VS will provide US leadership for the animal health component of One Health (OH). As a dedicated OH partner they will contribute toward improving the global health of people, animals, ecosystems, and society.
As the Federal governments animal heath authority, APHIS VS will contribute expertise, infrastructure, networks, and systems to partner effectively in a multidisciplinary, multi-level (local, state, national, and international) collaborative approach to healthy animals, people, ecosystems, society. (Notice the order)
The Strategic Plan for implementing One Health includes integrating the plan into a more comprehensive Synthesis Plan. By definition the Synthesis Plan is the composition of one or more concepts knitted together to form a compound which is why APHIS utilizes cornerstone principle. Synthesis is also process of reasoning which advances by a regular chain from principles before established or assumed (real or imaginary), and propositions already proved until we arrive at the conclusion.
Agriculture is a skill which improves our physical health by producing food, fiber, materials for shelter, and is also an important source of livelihood for many individuals. APHIS VS which was tasked with overseeing agriculture has begun implementing the concept of One Health Eco-militaristic strategy that oozes forth in a multi-agency coordination (MAC) effort. With the implementation of One Health APHIS VS adopts a new paradigm to collaboratively and collectively address the complex and often intertwined relationship among animal populations of any kind, humans, and their shared environment. APHIS VS is a dedicated OH partner which boldly advocates eliminating human primacy replacing it with animal primacy, and goes so far as placing ecosystem and socio-economic well-being ahead of human life, as you will see in their governance model. In a nutshell, you have just sunk to the bottom of the food-chain. Continue reading
Were you aware that Islamic clerics and prophets have positioned themselves with the OIE to dictate global animal welfare guidelines and national regulations including how you are expected to treat your beloved and useful dog, cat, livestock, even fish?Â Are our food animals undergoing Islamic ritual sacrifice before their meat hits our tables?
The OIE adopted Animal Welfare guidelines in 2005 based solely upon Islamic religious works.Â Why were other religions, which clearly show compassion and concern for animals, not consulted on such a vital issue as animal welfare if religious authorities were being consulted?Â The OIE remains silent other than to say, “All the Islamic laws on the treatment of animals, including the method of slaughter, are based on compassion, fellow-feeling and benevolence”. The only conclusion which can be made is that the religion of Islam is being used as a stepping stone to create new global animal welfare framework.Â Continue reading
This article has been hacked. Corrected on September 11, 2012
Part 2: VS 2015- A New Perspective
Newly Changed from VS2015 to Vision and Science in the USDA continuing Semantic Wars
The calendar is beginning afresh as the fear-driven 21st century progresses with an agrarian-ignorant culture demanding flexibility, innovation, and partnership to address the myriad of emerging infectious diseases, and potentials for exotic animal diseases, and pests entering the United States through the forced global trade industry. Veterinary Services is highly anticipating implementing its sweeping goals and cutting-edge science that will transform the agricultural landscape and set the ethical tone through its new flexible regulatory framework. The goal of this framework is to integrate the interests of animal agriculture and animal welfare, as well as public health, and the environment. According to VS this will be the, just the beginning, not the end. The road-map puts into action an emergency organizational governance model across all of agriculture. VS is intent upon fracturing the United States Constitution by operational sustainability through stewardship of natural resources pillaged from private property owners. Agricultural practices from this point forward must take into consideration the interests and perspectives of consumers, local communities, business commerce, as well as the environment. As vast regulations are implemented for food safety it surfaces that eradication of disease agents is no longer the sole priority of a potential response. The movement of animals and animal products and by-products will be determined by scientific methods which will allow for accepted collateral risks for the communal good. In basic English this means that some diseases will be subjectively allowed for the sake of free flowing commerce. Continue reading
Part 1: Surveillance: A Plague of Blood-VS 2015
in the USDA continuing Semantic Wars
As the deer pants for streams of water, so my soul pants for you, O God. Psalm 42
All humans and animals long for streams of pure crystal clear water freely gushing forth from the earth as a spring. These springs bubble up into streams which converge into rivers which meander their way into pools, lakes, or oceans. Water is essential to maintain life. Our thirst drives us to streams of water where we find restoration and refreshment. Follow the tracks of people and animals and you will discover the path to sources of water carved out by hundreds and thousands of humans and creatures over time. There are no virgin streams of water for they are an ecosystem nourishing millions over time. When we seek streams of water we do not merely search for physical satisfaction our soul deeply yearns for the freedom water inspires. Predators understand that man and creature congregate beside the waters.They follow the ‘tracks’ of their ‘victims’ and by the savage ‘force’ of their nature plunder and kill their prey.
The global powers have determined that humans are defined and categorized as animals. This will become clearly evident over the next several weeks as we wander through various proposed regulations. This first came to light through the United Nations and partners Terrestrial Animal Health Code Series. Continue reading