Proposed Rule, 29 pages long
Regulatory Impact Analysis
Federalized Food Before the Holidays
Americans unequivocally said “no” to the National Animal Identification System (NAIS) and then to the renamed Animal Disease Traceability (ADT) as clearly stated in this Federal Register document. But the USDA-APHIS branch is beholding to its commitment to foreign trade and treaties selling out the American people and have just federalized the animal food industry within USSR of America before the holidays..
In 2005-2006 there was a resounding outcry from farmers, ranchers and consumers demanded State protection from the federal bullies. States proposed legislation although behind closed doors Committee Chairmen/women and high paid lobbyists gave the thumbs down to NIAS protection that the people were demanding. One long time employee was overhead saying, “We need to get rid of these annoying people.” They promptly installed panic buttons, the kind you find in banks, to keep the people at bay. Not taking no for an answer the USDA-APHIS designated a few “Listening Sessions.” They then used these sessions, in perfect Hegelian Dialectic, to gain a lukewarm communist consensus. Once they got of hint of consensus they took the ball and ran with it, implementing their original plan and even more.
This new Traceability Plan is accepting comments, but according to this document they will make their decision only from a State and Tribal corrupt ‘Advisory Group’. As you will see the document uses Executive Order after Executive Order as a foundation for its infrastructure. Meanwhile the U.S Code and CFR are dotted with new codes supporting this food agenda. Towards the end it has the audacity to claim: “The regulations in this part preempt State, Tribal, and local laws and regulations that are in conflict with them”.
You will notice that this was posted in the Federal Register on August 11, 2012 when farming and rancher watchmen/women are the busiest. Most Americans are vacationing and food issues are far from their minds. Hence the delay in getting the word out.
Here are the basics of the plan from the bowels of the United Nations:
Premise Identification: This is an international number. If you own property it clouds your title putting the “federal” government in first position.
RFID Identification of Animals: This sound like a good thing but the fact of the matter is that the RFID has been linked with cancer. When RFID was heavily promoted this was suppressed. See Katherine Albrecht’s great work on the topic.
Another disturbing fact with this RFID mandate is that according to the very UN treaty driving this Traceability scheme humans are defined as animals. What applies to animals, applies to you.
Surveillance 24/7: Global entities want to know where all animals are at all times and their health. The new RFID’s can remotely provide health information relaying a problem before any symptoms appear.
Recordkeeping: UN Style
They say, “The devil is in the details” and this proposal will horrify you if you like to eat. Take a moment to comment, but understand, that this is the regulatory process which means they really won’t listen to you. In fact, they have already made up their minds, amalgamated a favorable Advisory Committee to secure the Traceability rule. The USDA-APHIS. have declared in public record that it will cost the farmer a negligible amount. Well maybe, if you get free-bailouts every-time you turn around it might be negligible. Most farmers are doing you the consumer a double service: providing good wholesome food for you and your family and also standing as watchmen/women protecting your food supply from the global wolves dressing in sheep outfits. Please support your local small farm in any way you can.
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