Wednesday, March 11, 2009

The New World Order Makes Its Move Against The Food Supply


Rosa DeLauro, D-Conn., wife of Stanley Greenberg - a consultant who does "strategic consulting" on behalf Monsanto, among others - has introduced a bill (HR 875) that could potentially put all organic farmers and home farmers out of business.

More on this from Linn Cohen-Cole:


The "food safety" bills in Congress were written by Monsanto, Cargill, Tysons, ADM, etc. All are associated with the opposite of food safety.

What is this all about then?


In the simplest terms, organic food and a rebirth of farming were winning. Not in absolute numbers but in a deep and growing shift by the public toward understanding the connection between their food and their health, between good food and true social pleasures, between their own involvement in food and the improvement in their lives in general, between local food and a burgeoning local economy.
Slow Food was right - limit your food to what comes from your region and from real farmers, and slow down to cook it and linger over it with friends and family, and the world begins to change for the better.
And as we face an unprecedented economic crisis, and it is hard to be sure what has value, one thing that always does is food. Which is why the corporations are after absolute control over it. But what obstacles to a complete lock on food do they face? All the people in this country who are "banking" on organic farming and urban gardens and most of all, everyone's deepening pleasure in and increasing involvement with everything about food.
Farmers markets. Local farmers. Real milk. Fresh eggs. Vegetable stands. Those are things we not only all want, but things we are actively getting involved in, and things we very much need. And where they are truly good, they are growing.
The international financial corporations which have wreaked havoc around the world with astounding nonsensical "solutions" that are destructive of everyone but them, are brothers to the international agribusiness giants (Monsanto, Cargill, Tysons, ADM, etc.) which are just as aggressively after their own form of "taking." Just seeds, animals, water, land.
And freedom.

Because human beings are by in large good and by in large incredibly resilient and clever, and left to their own devices - that is, free - they would handle this gargantuan financial stupidity the corporations brought us with NAFTA, CAFTA, GATT and all other globalized schemes (which they hope to eventually top off with CODEX). How? By being productive in real ways and locally. And farming is the solid ground under that. Farmers produce something of real value (something we used to take for granted), and from that base, businesses grow up. Local markets, local food processors, local seed companies, local tool and supply companies, local stores ... and an economy based on reality and something truly good for us, too, begins to grow.
So, look again at what has been exciting us - Farmers markets. Local farmers. Real milk. Fresh eggs. Vegetable stands. - and realize that they are not only wonderfully healthy but fun and naturally community building. And more, they are a real economy and deeply democratic - and just at a time we need something that works economically, that supports our democratic rebirth, and that protects food itself and our easy access to it.
And it is all those things that threaten the corporations ... which is why we now have these massive "fake food safety" bills in Congress. Everything is going under thanks to these fools, and they wish to be there like vultures to make sure that every drop of blood that can be sucked out of our resources and us, is theirs. To wit, they must get rid of such good and innocent things and yet truly powerful things as:
Farmers markets. Local farmers. Real milk. Fresh eggs. Vegetable stands.
And how will those who contaminate our country's food with pesticides, hormones, antibiotics and more, do that? Why, by setting standards for "food safety" that are so grotesquely and inappropriately and even cruelly applied to a local, independent farmers and ranchers that there is no way they can manage.
Imagine your being faced with a 100 page IRS form and facing a million dollar a day penalty for screwing up. That would be in the ball park of the impossible complexity mixed with threat facing our farmers. Imagine having the government and corporations deciding every single thing you can do and must do in your kitchen and backing that up with the threat of 10 years in prison for screwing up - though you have never made anyone sick, and those corporations have.
Imagine being surveilled 24 hours a day by GPS tracking devices that feed into ... a corporate data bank, one they have now moved out of the country so no one here can have legal access to see what is in it.
Imagine the devil himself - or a whole boardrooms of them, dressed in suits - defining the only safe and healthy food in this country as dangerous and burdening hard working farmers with more work then anyone could bear, while his own, their own, food is so dangerous at this point that in the last 10 years alone, diabetes has gone up 90%.


And how did they get this far with such a scheme to apply insane industrial standards to every farm in the country? Through fear of diseases and of outbreaks of food borne illnesses, both of which they cause themselves.


How it works: Tyson helps Bill Clinton get into office. Bill Clinton immediately and significantly lowers contamination standards for poultry as a thank you. And it is such contaminated waste from transnational poultry factories which is now implicated as the source of bird flu. Then fortunes on made on that fear. And then poultry industry uses the crisis they created to push out small farmers and take greater control than ever. Their mantra? Biodiversity not only be damned but be eliminated. And get rid of those damn farmers who protect it while we're at it.
The bills would require such a burdensome complexity of rules, inspections, licensing, fees, and penalties for each farmer who wishes to sell locally - a fruit stand, at a farmers market - no one could manage it. And THAT is the point. The whole dirty tricks point. The whole "be in tight control of everything needed for survival because it'll be worth a fortune" point.


So, if you like farmers markets, local farmers, fresh milk, fresh eggs, vegetables stands, and freedom, let your friends know that it's all on the line right now with those "fake food safety" bills brought to us with well-planned evil and more of it to come, by Monsanto, Cargill, Tysons, ADM, etc.

Slow Food reminds us of just where we need to be (and notice how much would help any local economy): Forming and sustaining seed banks to preserve heirloom varieties in cooperation with local food systems; Developing an "Ark of Taste" for each ecoregion, where local culinary traditions and foods are celebrated; Preserving and promoting local and traditional food products, along with their lore and preparation; Organizing small-scale processing (including facilities for slaughtering and short run products); Organizing celebrations of local cuisine within regions (for example, the Feast of Fields held in some cities in Canada); Promoting "taste education;" Educating consumers about the risks of fast food; Educating citizens about the drawbacks of commercial agribusiness and factory farms; Educating citizens about the risks of monoculture and reliance on too few genomes or varieties; Developing various political programs to preserve family farms; Lobbying for the inclusion of organic farming concerns within agricultural policy; Lobbying against government funding of genetic engineering;
Lobbying against the use of pesticides; Teaching gardening skills to students and prisoners; and
Encouraging ethical buying in local marketplaces.


But we need to stop these bills first or we are left with no money from the financial bailout and no food from the food stealout.

30 Comments:

At 6:43 PM, March 15, 2009 , Blogger cnulan said...

Did you read this bill for yourself?

 
At 4:02 PM, March 16, 2009 , Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

03 16 09

Scary stuff. This is why the local and community gardening ideas are the way to go. Even if there will be an underground organic home produce market, we will find a way to get over and around this insanity.

 
At 12:44 PM, March 20, 2009 , Blogger Intellectual Insurgent said...

I read as much of it as I could before it put me to sleep.

 
At 3:47 PM, March 20, 2009 , Blogger cnulan said...

Strange, because when I peeped it, I didn't see a single item supportive of the claims being made against this piece of legislation in your post, however, I did see enough to know that the GM manufacturers would be up in arms about it and would set about the process of trying to tear it down, including by means of the type of interesting but unsupported propaganda elaborated in the post.

 
At 4:09 PM, March 21, 2009 , Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

03 21 09

I have read most of the bill at this point and don't understand how someone wouldn't be scared reading it. In section two of the bill, they grant this new type of FDA broad authority even overseas, see section 206 (a)(1) below:


(1) visit and inspect food production facilities in the United States and in foreign countries to determine if they are operating in compliance with the requirements of the food safety law;


Aside from the jurisdiction issues, how are these tracking systems going to be implemented?

The administrator of the program has broad reaching authrority to either make or break a farm or ranch by these intense, yet vaguely non specific requirements.

More to come.

 
At 5:12 PM, March 21, 2009 , Blogger cnulan said...

The law has a few elements that no one is talking about, such as SEC 401 - Prohibited Acts (http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query...), which reads, "It is prohibited (1) to manufacture, introduce, deliver for introduction, or receive in interstate commerce any food that is adulterated, misbranded, or otherwise unsafe."

And that sentence, if actually enforced by the new FDA (Food Safety Agency), should immediately outlaw all foods containing:

• Aspartame
• MSG
• Partially-hydrogenated oils (an "adulteration")
• Homogenized milk (an "adulteration")
• Sodium nitrite

 
At 4:38 AM, March 22, 2009 , Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

03 22 09

Craig:
That is where you are so wrong. Sure in an ideal world, those additives would be seen as adulterating the food supply, but they aren't at all. A recent study even showed that most processed foods have mercury contamination due to using foreign sources for high fructose corn syrup. The foreign processors use caustic soda and a by product is mercury. This isn't listed as an ingrediant in these products though.

Furthermore, our Congress has been bought out by these big companies. Vaccine manufactors have protection from certain claims e.g. autism claims despite overwhelming evidence against them, big agribusiness has lobbyed to make labelling GMO foods a bad thing so unlike western europe, we don't have a clue as to what we are eating. And NO GMOs are not considered 'adulterating' the food supply by legal definitions at all.

Your perspective is naive and presupposes that the big corporations won't find a way to get around these strangely vague but rigorous requirements.

 
At 7:23 AM, March 22, 2009 , Blogger cnulan said...

I'm glad to see that you're still arguing from your imagination Mahndisa, rather than from either the text of the bill or the practical law enforcement capabilities that exist on the ground - not to mention the commonsense judgement of the ordinary folks charged with making enforcement decisions.

The entire apparatus of USDA operational and enforcement capability is headquartered here in K.C. - I happen to know quite a few of these folks - they will one and all be surprised to hear of the enormous new policing requirements soon to be handed over to them along with their existing priorities to promote, ensure, and protect the food supply.

Your perspective is naive and presupposes that the big corporations won't find a way to get around these strangely vague but rigorous requirements.

rotflmbao...,

 
At 7:09 PM, March 22, 2009 , Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

03 22 09

Yes Craig:
So you are right and I am wrong because you know people in KC. Whoopee. Again insults without substantively addressing what I have brought up, nor the meat of the post. You act like an eight year old boy whose mother has told them that they are smart. Whateva man.

Meanwhile, people like me who actually READ bills and compare them against the public record are preparing ourselves.

1.HFCN in foods NOT seen as an adulterant and NOT listed in ingredients

2.GMO foods should not be identified as such because the corporations would lose money.

At this point Craig, you are sounding like a shill for the government and big business, which means a real fool.

Hopefully more Americans will read before they open their mouths to spout bullshit like you.

 
At 7:46 PM, March 22, 2009 , Blogger cnulan said...

Since you've read the bill, please show specifically where all the draconian things you're gibbering on about are lodged?

As for the public record, I don't see any sign of a draconian clampdown. Perhaps you'll show where exactly that's taking place in the U.S.?

This isn't about right and wrong. It's about what's actually feasible given the institutional apparatus, its current responsibilities, and practical and personnel constraints.

The only insult here Mahndisa is how your uninformed, highly imaginative, and at this juncture, still fully unsubstantiated allegations concerning the import and impact of this bill - have led you to draw a series of highly imaginative but unsupported conclusions.

But by all means carry on. Alex Jone's and Glenn Beck's echo chambers are fast filling up with fools who haven't taken the time to question their fearless leaders' infotainment spew...,

 
At 8:09 PM, March 22, 2009 , Blogger cnulan said...

At this point Craig, you are sounding like a shill for the government and big business, which means a real fool.

Hopefully more Americans will read before they open their mouths to spout bullshit like you.


Clearly zygotic...., searching Monsanto at Subrealism yields the following, while their patent on a pigs genome was something I brought to your attention.

Say what you will, but the fact of the matter is that you're pretty much a piker when it comes to collecting, processing, and contextualizing dots of information furnished by yours truly...,

 
At 12:02 AM, March 23, 2009 , Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

03 22 09

Craig:
You are so retarded. Yes you did bring Monsanto to my attention this is quite true. Yet you have not applied your analytical mind in any fashion to HR875 I already brought up issues of jurisdiction in section two osix and that is really just the tip of the iceberg.

In fact, the whole section two osix grants a so called administrator powers to determine whether or not a farm or ranch is in compliance with using the best technology and so forth. What bothers me about this is that they are using benchmarks by these corporations to establish what is appropriate. Clearly, small farms and organic growers will have a difficult time applying and making these compliancy changes.

Again, you are so retarded I think you say these stupid things to make me laugh. Any sane person who is literate knows that this bill is a bad idea. Just because your reading comprehension is spotty doesn't mean that mine has to be. Retard.

 
At 12:38 AM, March 23, 2009 , Blogger cnulan said...

Does your middle initial "S" stand for stoopid or "stuck on stoopid"?

Anti-government people worship the government. Nobody else has such unwavering belief in the government's omniscience and omnipotence. Anything the government writes on paper is assumed to be magically done. Campaign for Liberty says the law "will literally put all independent farmers and food producers out of business due to the huge amounts of money it will take to conform to factory farming methods."

You know, you don't have to do everything you're told. Why not say instead that this will put the government out of business due to the huge amounts of money it will take to enforce the law against millions of small food producers?

We're in the position of strength here. Look at all the ways the file sharers have dodged the copyright cartel, and they're sharing fragile high-tech artifacts that require sophisticated computer equipment and electricity. We're sharing life, seeds that can remain viable for hundreds of years, plants that need only dirt and water and sunlight, animals that can live on table scraps in the garage, species that have duplicated themselves, in many cases without human help, for thousands or millions of years.

Look at what happened when they tried to eradicate cannabis, and imagine them trying to fight the same war on a thousand fronts, never mind the tens of thousands of species they don't even know are edible. Seriously, I hope the agriculture giants really do try to stop all independent food production, because we will stuff them in the compost bin of history.

 
At 3:42 AM, March 23, 2009 , Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

03 23 09

Aha:
So it took me to call you a retard to see that we aren't saying things that drastically different? I agree about marijuana prohibition and other things. Yes as citizens we have a lot of power and to an extent, this is how I live my life.

HOWEVER, with the increased technology and Big Brotherism endemic in our recent legislation, there are legitimate grievances with this bill. Like I said, section two o six alone is enough to make anyone cringe.

You say why not change our paradigm away from the hopeless and paranoid to say that this will bankrupt the governemnt. Well the government is already bankrupt for one, and for two, it acts as though money grows on trees. Bankruptcy is an interesting concept because although our country is totally bankrupt, we still have the printing presses of the FED to give our government the illusion that there is 'money'.

So that makes your paradigm shift somewhat moot because government has not already taken notice of its insolvency. How might this bill make them do so?

What you are essentially saying is that people will find a way to skirt systems. And what I am essentially saying is SURE that is true BUT the unjust systems MUST BE ERADICATED to begin with.

What is often legal isn't often morally correct. It is common sense that Monsanto, Tyson and the other big agribusinesses employ deceitful, ruthless and unethical tactics to get rid of local farmers. And as I have been finding out, the law is more concerned with covering its own ass than administering justice or equity.

Thus, the only way for there to be difference is if this bill is attacked in a multi pronged fashion. Community gardening, which me and you have discussed is one such idea BUT under HR875 home gardens might be subject to the scrutiny of the Administrator's powers. So just like the civil rights movements of the sixties, there need to be folk living and doing as well as intensely competent legal representation for these causes.

II: Do you do any consumer advocacy litigation?

 
At 4:00 AM, March 23, 2009 , Blogger cnulan said...

No stoopid.

You seriously believe - or spew idiotic text to that effect - that the government can or will do things that it's inherently incapable of doing.

I harbor no such illusions of governmental omniscience or omnipotence.

You also believe - or spew idiotic text to that effect - that irresponsible lunatics and monsters are simply exercising their personal freedoms and should be aided and abetted on the public dole....,

 
At 4:41 AM, March 23, 2009 , Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

03 23 09

Yes Retard:
You are so stuck on disparaging anything I have said, you cannot even admit when there is agreement. Too bad, but I think this is what happens when people get out of touch with others. They can no longer relate to humanity with open eyes and instead resort to hurling invective. Are you a forty something year old man or a little child?

The government can and has done and will do many atrocious things that one might think is outside of its purview. Locales adopt centralized government mandates and personal freedoms are taken away. The PATRIOT ACT? Chattel slavery? Allowing GMO organisms into our food supplies without labelling them as such? The federal government is enabled by those at the state and local levels.

Marijuana prohibition? Well DEA and WAR ON DRUGS has effectively closed down and threatened to close down many collectives in California DESPITE locales outlawing this nonsense. Oklahoma city riots of the last part of the century was supported by local government. The niggas were getting too much economic power and within the span of a few days, the Blacks had lost much of what was their version of wall street. What did the government do about that?

You cite these facts when debating with people like Grey Wolf and others, yet seem to be strangely disconnected from these facts when addressing me here.

The bottom line is that you just wish to argue for the sake of arguing. You can do better.

You don't seem to understand the power of government and you have failed to look at the historical record which verifies my claims.

An underground economy in organically produced goods would run into the same issues that marijuana runs into; law enforcement.

I have met cops who personally don't like the laws they must enforce, but they do because that is what they are ordered to do.

I don't believe that the government is all knowing nor all powerful. But I know enough about human nature that tells me we are in for a rough ride. Prevailing populism coupled to ignorance is laying the foundation for the government to 'protect us from ourselves'. If you cannot see that you are totally blind.

 
At 5:45 AM, March 23, 2009 , Blogger cnulan said...

You are so stuck on disparaging anything I have said, you cannot even admit when there is agreement. Too bad, but I think this is what happens when people get out of touch with others. They can no longer relate to humanity with open eyes and instead resort to hurling invective. Are you a forty something year old man or a little child?

Look up and down this thread and then look in the mirror clown.

The government can and has done and will do many atrocious things that one might think is outside of its purview. Locales adopt centralized government mandates and personal freedoms are taken away. The PATRIOT ACT? Chattel slavery? Allowing GMO organisms into our food supplies without labelling them as such? The federal government is enabled by those at the state and local levels.

The government governs via consent of the governed. HR875 is a priori ridiculous because it could never achieve the minimum necessary threshold of popular consent. This is what is known in the general parlance as "common sense" - you should try it sometime.

Marijuana prohibition? Well DEA and WAR ON DRUGS has effectively closed down and threatened to close down many collectives in California DESPITE locales outlawing this nonsense. Oklahoma city riots of the last part of the century was supported by local government. The niggas were getting too much economic power and within the span of a few days, the Blacks had lost much of what was their version of wall street. What did the government do about that?

This is so sloppy, it hardly merits a response other than to point out its overt ridiculousness. AG Holder has already stipulated that the Feds won't be enforcing any federal laws in contradistinction to the local consensus - and in short order thereafter - just this past week, New Mexico opened its first "dispensary".

You cite these facts when debating with people like Grey Wolf and others, yet seem to be strangely disconnected from these facts when addressing me here.

um..., you'll need to provide a little proof that I made an argument as sloppy as the mess you wrote above - even in process of putting a racist bibtard like the ones who patronize your blog in check.

The bottom line is that you just wish to argue for the sake of arguing. You can do better.

Check the thread once again. You showed up and engaged me.

Here's the deal Mahndisa. The minute you called me a Malthusian because I disagree with your idiot superstition that humanness begins at the moment of conception - I pretty much lost interest in anything further you have to say, and frankly, in you as a person, as well. Not so much because you believe something unsupported by all the world's religious traditions, and something which I find personally abhorrent, but because you "felt" it necessary to attack me due to the fact that I don't share your belief. Ever since that attack, you've been lying to yourself and lying to other folks online about who done what, when, where...., all the while the textual record is plain as day concerning exactly what transpired.

You don't seem to understand the power of government and you have failed to look at the historical record which verifies my claims.

Right, having worked for an enforcement apparatus of that selfsame government for a decade, I have no idea how it actually works.

An underground economy in organically produced goods would run into the same issues that marijuana runs into; law enforcement.

Wrong. Open air markets, i.e., low-hanging fruit violators and flaunters of the law run afoul of enforcement efforts. Serious, intelligent, and sophisticated violaters do their thing in perpetuity with minimum interference from law enforcement. Not only is this true of drug traffickers, it's also true of white collar federal tax law violators.

I have met cops who personally don't like the laws they must enforce, but they do because that is what they are ordered to do.

Cops are lazy. They do what they are incented to do and can get away with with a minimum of effort within the context of expectations from their command hierarchy. Given the rural nature of agriculture, from whence do you expect the organic farming strike teams to emanate?

Strike that question Mahndisa. Having shown yourself a dedicated, zealous, and fundamentally dishonest idiot, I could hardly care less what you think....,

 
At 1:13 PM, March 23, 2009 , Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

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At 1:28 PM, March 23, 2009 , Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

03 23 09

"Having shown yourself a dedicated, zealous, and fundamentally dishonest idiot, I could hardly care less what you think....,"


Hmm Dumbass:
Then why, pray tell, have you wasted your precious time with little old me? Let me guess... you don't have much of a life and you must always have the last word? This is what blithering egotistical maniacs do. Like you. Retard.

Your previous comments show the same MO as previous insulting posts by you. You atttack someone who wasn't even studying your funky ass, then when they respond take out the vocabulary cannon and insult them. But your analysis is not only thin, it is basically lacking. Reminds me of a shill so called scientist from Harvard I once debated. He could only use big intimidating words cuz he didn't have shit to say of substance. Like you. Retard.

Government governs by consent? So chattel slaves thought that legally being considered property was a good thing? You dishonest historical revisionist fool.

So people in the USA have consented to being debt peons with individual rights being supplanted all the time for the 'greater good' and the protection of corporations? You dishonest historical revisionist fool.

Government does not govern by the consent of the governed. Government governs by coercion and lies and it counts upon the ignorance and fear of people to continue its operations. In particular, we are seeing that in the decisions government has made in the financial sector.

BTW:
Your assertion that rural areas have cops that cannot enforce federal mandates is not only laughable but completely untrue. I can think of ten counties in California alone that suffer from abusive law enforcement practices that are located in agricultural areas.

Ever read the Grapes of Wrath or heard of Cesar Chavez dumbass? You don't know what you are talking about.

Just another example of a lowlife idiot who posts anonymously over the internet to get his jollies off by insulting others. What a loser you are Craig, or whatever your real name is. You are a really small person if the only thing you can do is anonymously level insults at others. Dumbass.

 
At 2:18 PM, March 23, 2009 , Blogger cnulan said...

rotflmbao...,

careful stoopid, I think your clown makeup is running.

 
At 11:55 PM, March 24, 2009 , Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

03 25 09

II:
Did you see this story? New World Order indeed.

 
At 8:02 AM, March 25, 2009 , Blogger Intellectual Insurgent said...

I did.

He recommended creating a currency made up a basket of global currencies and controlled by the International Monetary Fund and said it would help "to achieve the objective of safeguarding global economic and financial stability."

These were the reasons offered for the creation of the Federal Reserve. And we see how well that worked out.

 
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