Category Archives: Premises ID

The lunatic National Animal Identification System: Another way to kill small farms


By Jim Hightower
Hightower Lowdown

A friend of mine tells a story about the political demise in the 1950s of an entrenched Oklahoma state representative, whom we’ll call Elmer Goodenuff.

Rep. Goodenuff, who chaired the ag committee, had been in office so long that he’d grown tight with the Capitol crowd, but he had lost touch with the folks back in his rural district. Thus, when some supermarket lobbyists asked him to sponsor a bill requiring that all egg producers be regulated by the state and have to pay an egg-grading fee, he saw no problem with the measure. It was for the public’s health, the lobbyists told him. His constituents, however, did have a problem with it. In those days, many small farmers made their spending money by selling eggs fresh out of their chicken yards–yet here was ol’ Elmer hitting them with a bureaucratic rigmarole and a fee that would make their little egg stands more trouble than they were worth. It turns out that the supermarket lobbyists’ real agenda had been to get rid of all these bothersome mom-and-pop competitors.

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Cannibal USDA okays rice modified with human gene

Mass drugging, like through the food or water supply, violates basic pharmaceutical dosage principles. In the short 30-minute film, Professional Perspectives on Water Fluoridation, Dr Phyllis Mullenix explains: “The whole name of the game is to deliver the right dose to the right person at the right time.” Nobel Laureate in Medicine, Dr Arvid Carlsson, agrees. Modern pharmacology recognizes that individuals react differently to the same dosage of a given drug. ~ Ed.

The rice with human genes

By Sean Poulter
Daily Mail UK

The first GM food crop containing human genes is set to be approved for commercial production. The laboratory-created rice produces some of the human proteins found in breast milk and saliva. Its U.S. developers say they could be used to treat children with diarrhoea, a major killer in the Third World.

The rice is a major step in so-called Frankenstein Foods, the first mingling of human-origin genes and those from plants. But the U.S. Department of Agriculture has already signalled it plans to allow commercial cultivation.

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