"If you love wealth more than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, depart from us in peace. We ask not your counsel nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you. May your chains rest lightly upon you and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen." Samuel Adams, (1722-1803) U.S. Founding Father and Public Enemy #1
The World Health Organization, the WHO, knows the health hazard of the Fukishima radiological disaster but is buried in their bureaucratic website which occasionally surfaces in other public places. It is a little late, but better late than never. As I was meandering thought the myriad of current regulatory proposals underway for food control I discovered attachments concerning the radiological impact of Fukishima that did make it out to the public with clarity.
In September 2011 the WHO asked, and answered the question many of us have verbally or secretly wondered, “Is there a risk of radioactive exposure from food contamination?” Continue reading →
Image of a fire breathing snake is the logo with a wobbling earth axis. I am prevented from copying this image due to copyright of the logo within the document.
The One Health agenda of merging of human and animal medicine and policy took a giant step with an announcement made earlier this year with the signing a contractual Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in Bangkok on October 13, 2012. This meeting was kept very secret until the event actually occurred and only released to the public a week ago.
This MOU goes much further than just merging veterinary and human medicine. It will apply international standards to public education, medical science, medical art, medical ethics, and health care for all life on the planet under the guise of promoting health and well-being. The World Health Organization (WHO) will be the hammer that will strike living creatures through a net of health systems. They will strike in 3 year year increments with zoonotic disease, increased “food safety” (control), increased health status (healthy animals=healthy people),phasing in veterinarians into areas of zoonotic disease, food safety and other areas such as microbial controls.
Other MOU’s were signed with the OIE and FAO self-appointed United Nations animal health standard organizations. By the way, this MOU was 666 KB. Coincidence?
Objective 1 is that the parties agree to collaborate in the One-Heath concept which is a unified veterinary and human medicine, (veterinarians and physicians) in order to improve the Global Health.
Objective 2: that the parties agree:
Support joint educational efforts between human and veterinary medical schools
Support cross species disease surveillance and control efforts
Collaborate the responsible use of anti-microbials (antibiotics and anti-fungals)
Enhance collaboration between human and veterinary medical professions in medical care, clinical care, public health, and biomedical research.
You are witnessing a day when the historical natural border of human primacy has been magically erased and animals of the human realm and traditional animal kingdom elevated to dominate man. Bestial human animals without a soul will soon control your life. Will you let them? That is the question.
A radical pro-One Health cult has succeeded securing a FDA “official” to join their depopulation revolution, setting a dangerous precedent for Americans.
What is One Health, you might ask? One Health is simply the merging of: human, animal, environment and economies under the Agenda 21 mandate put forth by the United Nations. Now that socialized medicine is here it is in your best interest to oppose it or find medical alternatives. Medical alternatives does not mean finding another deity doctor but do it your self treatment.
There is a significant conflict of interest when an FDA official, Kathleen F. Gensheimer, MD, MPH joins a United Nations agenda. Dr. Gensheimer is a public health SERVANT and an epidemiologist who currently serves as Chief Medical Officer and Outbreak Director for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in Washington D. C (District of Criminals).
One Health Initiative website Honorary Advisory Board Joined by U.S. Food and Drug Administration Official – Tuesday, September 18, 2012
In her new advisory board position she will help ram One Health down Americans throats. Not a good development.
Reviewing Climate Change news I discovered at CDC site that was very interesting on the health impact of climate change. It is important to note the possible effects because as man tampers with geo-engineering (climate manipulation through various means to “save the planet”) we will all deal with these in one form or another. Here is what the CDC website had to say: Continue reading →
From a Texas A & M: Mass Animal Carcass Management Powerpoint
The Global Cash Cow is strategically placed in many government and higher education power-points
One Health originates from a United Nations code that few people are aware of know as the Terrestrial Anomal Health Code which is a tool for Agenda 21 Together they are 4 distinct manuals known as the Terrestrial Animal Health Code, Terrestrial Manual of Diagnostics & Vaccinations, and Terrestrial Aquatic Code combined are that is the equivalent of 9 reams of copy paper!
This code was established because the US is a UN Member Signatory
This code was not brought to you or you public officials for a vote
This code when fully implemented will regulate every facet of your life
This code defines you as an animal and you will be treated as the global herd
Under the Terrestrial Animal Health Code you are defined as an animal.
Low Income or homeless people targeted and exploited
The homeless have a variety of ‘risks’
Local health departments in South Carolina, Florida, and California partnered with area shelters to bring vaccine to homeless and low-income residents. Although homeless people were not explicitly listed as an ACIP priority or target group for vaccine receipt, several health departments decided to prioritize them during vaccination efforts. Homeless people tend to have a variety of risk factors for becoming severely ill from influenza. For instance, people who stay in shelters are at risk of becoming infected or infecting many other people due to crowded living and sleeping areas. Also, many homeless people have a difficult time accessing healthcare services, and many have one or more chronic conditions, such as heart disease and diabetes. Continue reading →
Genetically Engineered â€˜EnviroPigâ€™ Waiting for Approval in US and Canada
ShareIn the race to genetically engineer food that is tastier and cheaper, Canadaâ€™s University of Guelph is instead finding a way to produce meat that may be more environmentally friendly. For more than a decade the UoG has been developing the â€˜enviropigâ€˜, a genetically modified line of pigs that are better able to digest and process phosphorus. They are cheaper to feed because they do not require separate phosphorus food supplements, and they are better for the environment because they release up to 70% less phosphorus in their waste. Now in their eighth generation of enviropigs, the University of Guelph is still pursuing US FDA approval, and recently applied for the same from the Canadian Regulatory Agency. If successful, enviropigs could be the first transgenic meat to make a big impact on both pollution and your plate. Should the other billion or so pigs on the planet be nervous?
Groundbreaking today (World Health Day) marks start of constructionÂ forÂ *investigative * unit
Just in time for the One World, One Health Initiative
A construction project to help the state Public Health Laboratories meet the increasing demands of disease investigation began today at the facility in Shoreline. The project will improve efficiency, ensure safety for staff and the community, and bolster capacity for disease and environmental testing.
At the groundbreaking ceremony today, Secretary of Health Mary Selecky said the project will benefit all state residents. â€œWhether itâ€™s newborn screening, tracking a foodborne illness, testing for tuberculosis, or monitoring disease outbreaks like the H1N1 flu, our laboratories are on the forefront of infectious disease investigation and environmental testing and monitoring.â€
Selecky says the project is on time and within its budget. The groundbreaking starts construction after four years of planning. The addition provides more space for laboratory storage, receiving, and customer service. Selecky noted the event takes place during Public Health Week â€” a national recognition of the importance of the work of public health.
The Public Health Laboratories provide testing for public and private health organizations across the state. Testing is performed by nationally recognized scientists in the areas of communicable disease, shellfish testing, environmental monitoring, and newborn screening. More than five million tests are performed at the facility every year.
The Public Health Laboratories facility, built in 1985, is an important link in the public health system both in the state and the nation.