Dr. Harry Snelson, DVM, Director of Communications, American Association of Swine Veterinarians
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A Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement is underway and would further deepen transatlantic economic integration and could later include the U.S., as well as Mexico.
Farms and food are being federalized by regulatory agencies. This is yet another assault on our freedoms. Maybe you were unaware, or maybe you were not even born yet, but some 60+ years ago a war was declared against ‘threats to [global] peace’, breaches of peace and acts of aggression which includes American agriculture and food. Maybe you have not considered your dinner plate or your domesticated farm animals an ‘Act of Aggression’ but that is precisely how the UN views them. We need to look at the particular UN Articles you need to understand America is a participating member and signatory of the UN. The goal of the UN is to unite the world to a Utopian time of ‘peace’ under UN control and by their definitions. A task force was set up in the early 1960′s to evaluate the best way to make transition to world peace. Peace equates equals control. Because there is human suffering and poverty the UN believes it is it’s task to bring about a ‘peaceful order’.
Here are the facts, nothing but the facts.
By Jaya Narain
Seven-week curfew: Joan Higgins has to wear an electronic tag
Her offense was to unwittingly sell a goldfish to a 14-year-old boy taking part in a trading standards ‘sting’.
At most, pet shop owner Joan Higgins, 66, expected a slap on the wrist for breaking new animal welfare laws which ban the sale of pets to under-16s.
Instead, the great-grandmother was taken to court, fined Â£1,000, placed under curfew – and ordered to wear an electronic tag for two months.
The punishment is normally handed out to violent thugs and repeat offenders.
The prosecution of Mrs Higgins and her son Mark is estimated to have cost taxpayers Â£20,000 and has left her with a criminal record.
Mark, 47, was also fined and ordered to carry out 120 hours of unpaid work in the community.
Last night, as an MP criticised the magistrates, Mrs Higgins – who has run the pet shop for 28 years – said the family’s eight-month ordeal had left them traumatised.
She added: ‘It’s ridiculous. I mean, what danger am I that I have to wear an electronic tag? These last few months have been a very stressful time.’
The seven-week curfew imposed by the court means she is unable to babysit her great-grandson at his home or go to bingo sessions with her sister, and will be unable to attend a Rod Stewart concert after tickets were bought for her by her nephew, actor Will Mellor.
Joan Higgins, 66, and her son Mark, 47, have both been ordered to pay fines after selling a goldfish to a 14-year-old boy
Her son said: ‘I think it’s a farce. What gets me so cross is that they put my Mum on a tag – she’s nearly 70, for goodness’ sake.
‘She’s a great-grandma so she won’t be able to babysit a newborn baby. You would think they have better things to do with their time and money.’
Mr Higgins claimed the undercover operation was a clear case of entrapment – when a person is encouraged by someone in some official capacity to commit a crime – and said the case should never have gone to court.
He said: ‘The council sent the 14-year-old in to us. It is hard to tell how old a lad is these days. He looked much older than 14.’
He added that his mother almost fainted in the dock when magistrates told her she could go to prison for the offence.
‘I told her they wouldn’t send her to prison but she was still worried,’ he said. ‘The only other time she has been in court is when she did jury service.’
Under the Animal Welfare Act 2006 it is illegal to sell pets – including goldfish – to children under the age of 16 unless they are accompanied by an adult. Pet shops must also provide advice on animal welfare to buyers.
The maximum penalty is imprisonment for up to 12 months, or a fine of up to Â£20,000, or both.
The Higgins family’s ordeal began when council officials heard that Majors Pet Shop in Sale, Greater Manchester, was selling animals to children.
They sent the 14-year-old schoolboy into the shop to carry out a test purchase and Mr Higgins sold him the goldfish without questioning his age or providing any information about the care of the fish.
A council officer in the shop at the time also noticed a cockatiel in a cage that appeared to be in a poor state of health. A vet found the bird had a broken leg and eye problems. It was later put down.
Enlarge p4grapMrs Higgins and her son were charged with selling the fish to a person aged under 16 and with causing unnecessary suffering to a cockatiel by failing to provide appropriate care and treatment.
Pleading guilty, Mrs Higgins told Trafford magistrates the cockatiel had not been for sale and she had been bathing its eye daily.
She had intended to take it to the vet but had been distracted and worried because her other son was in hospital.
The court heard that Mrs Higgins had possessed a licence to sell animals for many years and had never had any problems before.
She was fined Â£1,000 and given a community order with a curfew requiring her to stay home between 6pm and 7am for seven weeks.
Mrs Higgins did not have her license to sell animals removed, but both she and her son were told that if they ever appeared in court for a similar offense they could face a jail sentence.
David Davies, Tory MP for Monmouth, said: ‘You simply couldn’t make it up. It is absolutely ludicrous that old ladies should be hounded through the courts and electronically tagged for something like this.
‘At a time when courts are being told not to lock up career burglars we have them issuing severe punishments like this on little old ladies.’ Mr Davies, who has served as a special constable for three years, said: ‘Not only is it traumatic for her but it is a complete waste of time and taxpayers’ money. It is ridiculous.
‘Instead of getting 14-year-old boys to act in this type of sting they should have them trying to nail people who sell drugs outside our schools.’
Trafford Council said it launched an investigation after an unsubstantiated complaint that the shop had sold a gerbil to a 14-year-old girl with learning disabilities. The council claimed the animal later died after the child placed it in a disposable coffee cup with a plastic lid on top.
But the complaint did not form part of the legal action in court and its truth cannot be verified.
Mrs Higgins said the shop had not stocked gerbils for months before the complaint anyway.
Defending the goldfish case, Iain Veitch, head of public protection at Trafford Council, said: ‘The evidence presented for this conviction clearly demonstrates that it is irresponsible to sell animals to those who are not old enough to look after them.
‘Let this conviction send out a message that we will not tolerate those who cause unnecessary suffering to animals. The council will always try to support pet and business owners so that they are able to care for their animals properly, but where they continually ignore the advice they are given, we will not hesitate to use our statutory powers.’
The goldfish was later adopted by an animal welfare officer and is in good health.
This is one of a handful of theÂ most disturbing power points that I have ever seen in the many years I have waded through government documents exposingÂ the corruption and evil embedded within.Â I will include my commentary with each slide.Â For the entire Power-Point click on the link below.
From the trenches,
Dr. Corrie Brown, DVM, PhD, DACVP, University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine
When the final push towards global governance began, with hushed tones, code word was, “The train has left the station.”Â The year 2010 will be known as the year that the “global food express has left the station.”Â Â Your groceries will now be going to the world.
As the world harmonizes and turns to globalization it will become socially unacceptable to believe in the historic reality of a sovereign nation. Why to believe in sovereignty is taking a giant leap back in time when people believed the world was flat. Global governance in the past would have been considered sheer nonsense.Â The fence guarding America has been taken down exposing this grand nation to demons, thieves, and dangerous ‘bugs which threaten your family and animals.
By Dana Gabriel
U.S.-Canadian state and provincial integration is being achieved in areas of transportation, the economy, energy and the environment. With some national, trilateral and global initiatives being discredited, stalled or ineffective, it appears as if the strategy has further shifted to a regional and local level in an effort to lay the groundwork for new agreements.
In 2008, the Pacific Coast Collaborative was established between Alaska, British Columbia, California, Oregon and Washington as, â€œa formal basis for cooperative action, a forum for leadership and information sharing, and a common voice on issues facing Pacific North America.â€ Some of its key priorities include action on clean energy, regional transportation, emergency management, sustainable regional economy, ocean conservation and climate change, as well as other issues. The inaugural Leadersâ€™ Forum of the Pacific Coast Collaborative was held in Vancouver, British Colombia on February 12, 2010. It was hosted by Premier Gordon Campbell and chaired by California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. The meeting was also attended by Washington Governor Christine Gregoire and Oregon Secretary of State Kate Brown. Although Alaska is also a member of the group, they were not able to send a representative to the meeting. It was announced that Oregon will be hosting the next forum to be held later this year.
The Pacific Coast Leaders signed two action plans. The first being- Innovation, the Environment and the Economy which, â€œsets out a series of co-operative initiatives to promote renewable and low-carbon energy and energy conservation, including developing Interstate 5/Highway 99 as a green transportation corridor. It also promotes development of high-speed rail from San Diego to Vancouver and the move to â€˜Green Portsâ€™ through co-operation to reduce local air pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions.â€ The second action plan on Ocean Conservation and Coastal Climate Change Adaptation, â€œfocuses on co-operation on invasive species, reductions in toxins and other pollutants, promoting sustainable fisheries management and research into impacts from climate change and adaptation options.â€ The leaders also released a document entitled Vision 2030: Positioning Pacific North America for Sustainable Prosperity which sets out a strategic outlook for regional collaboration.
One of the Pacific Coast Collaborative top priorities includes a high speed rail system. On its website it states, â€œFor the Pacific Coastal region to remain competitive, we need transportation systems that will facilitate the movement of people and goods north to south while reducing the number of vehicles on our highways. Rail, particularly high speed rail, can deliver significant benefits to the region including advancing climate change goals, energy conservation, congestion reduction, and job creation for the citizens of the region.â€ Cassandra Andersonâ€™s article Agenda 21 Alert: Obama Railroads Us With the Bullet Train details how in many ways a high speed rail system in the U.S. would be impractical and costly, with the majority of the trains running off of diesel fuel. President Obama has promised that such an undertaking would create many jobs, but it has been reported that much of the needed equipment and supplies would have to be outsourced. The article also lays out how future transportation systems could restrict auto and personal mobility in an effort to further control the population.
At the recent meeting, Pacific Coast Leaders urged further local action in combating environmental issues. Governor Schwarzenegger acknowledged that, “Weâ€™re united, thereâ€™s no two ways about it. Politically, ecologically, we speak with one voice.â€ He also added that, “We saw at Copenhagen that national governments and the national community has not yet been able to come to an agreement to reducing green house gas emissions. The UN and the national governments have realized that the sub-national governments are really the ones in the end who can put the pressure on and engage the kind of action that is needed.” In her article Agenda 21 Alert: Schwarzeneggerâ€™s â€˜True Liesâ€™ in Copenhagen Cassandra Anderson stated that, â€œThe globalistsâ€™ battle for complete control over all populations is from â€˜global to local.â€™ This is why Arnold was brought to speak at the Copenhagen Summit. He truthfully revealed the power that state and local governments have in accomplishing carbon reduction goals.â€ Anderson went on to say that, â€œStates can enact their own carbon emission reduction laws and Cap and Trade schemes- it is not necessary for international treaties and federal regulations to be passed.â€
The Western Climate Initiative (WCI) was launched in 2007 and includes some U.S. states and Canadian provinces as member partners and observers. Their website states that, â€œThe WCI is a collaboration of independent jurisdictions working together to identify, evaluate, and implement policies to tackle climate change at a regional level.â€ In September of 2008 the WCI unveiled the centerpiece of their strategy, a regional cap-and-trade program to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. â€œThe first phase of the cap-and-trade program begins on January 1, 2012, covering emissions from electricity, including imported electricity, industrial combustion at large sources, and industrial process emissions for which adequate measurement methods exist. The second phase begins in 2015, when the program expands to include transportation fuels and residential, commercial and industrial fuels not otherwise covered.â€ With an eye on the future, the WCI also admitted that their, â€œcap-and-trade program is designed in such a way that it can provide a model for, be integrated into, or work in conjunction with any future U.S. or Canadian emissions-reduction programs.â€
President Obama has been forced to delay his push for a national cap-and-trade plan as legislation has been stalled in the U.S. Senate. Many critics of the program argue that it could lead to millions of jobs being lost and the push for a green economy might further hamper economic recovery. A North American climate change strategy is moving forward which includes more emphasis being placed at a regional and local level. The threat of man-made global warming has been discredited in the eyes of many, yet the environmental agenda continues. Protecting our planet has turned increasingly more political and profitable. Under the guise of safeguarding the environment, many solutions being offered are in the form of more taxes and more control over our lives.
Dana Gabriel is an activist and independent researcher. He writes about trade, globalization, sovereignty, as well as other issues. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Can you bind the beautiful Pleiades? Can you loose the cords of Orion? Can you bring forth the’Wheel of Stars’ into its seasons and stand in the path of Ayish/Iyutha (Aldeberan) and her satellites (Hyades)? Do you know the laws of the heavens and can you establish their rule over the earth?…. Have you given wisdom to the Lance Star (Antares) or intelligence to the Bow Star?”
Aramaic English New Testament, Andrew Roth, pp 1003
Hebrew-Aramaic Job 38: 31-33, 38 (Cross reference to the translation T. K. Cheyne: Journal of Biblical Literature, Vol. 17, No. 1 (1898, pp 103-107
A snake in the grass has slithered into your life and into your refrigerator and you might not even know it. Our food has been under assault for some time but it was not until recently, around 1990, you could go to the grocery store and pick up a beautiful head of fresh lettuce and some nice peaches, bring them home to put in your crisper, only to discover that the next day they had decomposed into a slimy green-black pile of goo. This is when you maybe began saying, “There is something wrong with this picture”, and so there was. Monsanto and other companies began to genetically modify the foods we ate, making hideous transgenic images of food. These food products that have the appearance of foodstuffs could buy or grow but they are very different. A tomato, for instance, might have the DNA of a human or your chicken might glow in the dark.
Sept. 12, 2012: You Tube video below was removed by user. Was it by choice or coercion? Only the Fed’s know the answer to that question.
Not only does the UN want to control your food, the UN also wants to manage every aspect of your life as you are probably guessing by now.
Symbols possess an esoteric language, a secret code, which the [occult] student must decipher and whose meaning he or she must unlock. Erwin W. E. Watermeyer, “Symbols: The Tools of Initiation,” Rosicrucian Digest, March 1985.
“…symbols form a visual shorthand for ideasand yet their functions and meanings extend to something much more than that. Jack Tresidder, Dictionary of Symbols, p. 6.
Snakes in the Grass (some images: Codex Magica, Tex Marrs)
A mysterious image of a coiled snake has appeared in a 16th century painting of Queen Elizabeth I, according to the National Portrait Gallery.
It is important to note that the WHO logo or emblem was chosen by the first World Health Assembly in 1948, and is often associated with promotional material for World Mental Health Day. The emblem consists of the UN symbol surmounted by a staff with a snake coiling round it. The staff with the snake has long been a symbol of medicine and the medical profession. It originates from the story of Aesculapius who was revered by the ancient Greeks as a god of healing and whose cult involved the use of snakes.
It is also important to note that the OIE is the branch that makes comprehensive codes applicable to all human-animal life for all member countries. OIE events or conferences are known as ‘manifestations‘.
It is critical that we understand what a ‘manifestation’ is as we engage in our political process and understand the UN snake that is before us. A ‘manifestation’ can mean several things and as the ‘shoe fits’ we will put it on as an example:
The specific use of manifestation is provocative. These OIE events which are comprehensive in nature can give the appearance of something coming into sight, namely globalism. These OIE evens could be interpreted as a divine manifestation, an epiphany so to speak. Going one step further the OIE may be claiming the visible manifestation of deity to a global entity that might be conferred to a human person down the road, a theophany.
It is ironic that the OIE is orchestrating supposed control and eradication of the manifestation of disease in people and animals. The term can also mean an ‘actor’ who is acting on behalf of the government and subject to regulation.
As if the above definitions were not troubling enough the Blacks Law Dictionary, Sixth Edition, brings the definition of manifestation right to our front door in another undulating and ironic twist:
Terror: Alarm, fright; dread; the state of mind induced by the apprehension of hurt from some hostile or threatening event or manifestation; fear caused by the appearance of danger. In an indictment for a riot at common law, it must have been charged that the acts done were to the terror of the people.
An element of offense of aggravated kidnapping, is any act which is done to fill with intense fear or to coerce by threat of force. Rogers v State, Tex.Cr-App.,687 S.W.2d 337, 341.
Many cultures eat snakes claiming that they taste like chicken, but do you really want a snake in the refrigerator? Continue reading
The One World, One Health Initiative is holding a seminar and recruiting vets this summer to be EnviroVets!
EnviroVet â€“Summer Institute 2010
Terrestrial & Aquatic Wildlife & Ecosystem Health
An intensive Course providing Knowledge, Skills, Mentors & Opportunities for Veterinary Careers that enable recovery of Free-Ranging Wildlife Populations and Protection of Public Health.
The advertisement contained misspelled words and we want them to run our lives and the planet? Just a thought….
10 Minute Citizen: Call you vet and inform him or her that you will be voting with your consumer dollar by not supporting any EnviroVets.
Korean documentary film highlights the role of social media in promoting street protests
So you miss some old-school political action. Like, you want corrupt politicians in some faraway country and students protesting in the street. Also, you dig the new futility-ridden Internet political thang. Like, you want to see badass flash mobs and a bunch of socially networked kids that just click their way through a better world.
Then you will love Shall We Protest?, the documentary film about the Chotbul ( candlelight ) political rallies that paralyzed the city of Seoul from May to August 2008. Written, directed and produced by South Korean mediactivists Sungmi Cho and Dongwon Jo, the film explains with great insight and passion how a small online forum of fashion victims called the SoulDresser managed to bring 1 million citizens in the streets to protest against the South Korea/US FTA (free trade agreements).
The Chotbul protest was initially meant as an netizen initiativeÂ against the mad cow diseaseÂ but it soon evolved into a national upsurge against Lee Myung-Bakâ€™s government and the interference from US administration in South Korean economic policies. The emphasis is put on participantsâ€™ self-organizing and collaborative know-how, as well as on the creative side of this grassroot tactical media protests that federated a large number of online fandom networks: manga nerds, boy-band fans, and many others admittedly obscure subcultures turned their peculiar passions to good account to serve a common cause. Continue reading