By Victor Rawls
The two SWAT team raids ordered by the FDA on Rawesome, an organic food coop in LA, represent “food safety” come home to roost, in all its vulture reality. First time, they used armed FBI; the second time, having faced such still resistance from non-resisting people, they multiplied their attack using armed LA police, Ventura County Sheriffs, the California Department of Ag and several other agencies.
People across the country are stunned and enraged, but most are not aware of the one small thing which has allowed this to occur. To understand how key that little detail is, one must go back to how “food safety” got its power and how it works its magic.
Posted in Biotechnology, Codex, CorpoGov, Courts - Justice System, Factory Farms, FDA, Food Criminalization, Food Legislation, Genetically Engineered Food, Land Rights, Monopolies, organic, Peasants, Farmers, Ranchers, USDA
Tagged biotech, evidence, FDA, food control, food czar, food raids, food safety, food safety modernization act, fsma, Genetically Engineered Food, gipsa, michael taylor, Monopoly, monsanto, rawesome raid, S. 510, science-based, sharon palmer
USAID-Monsanto-KARI Spent $6 Million on Failed GM Sweet Potato Project
By Food First
On the eve of an upcoming visit to the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and Representatives Donald Payne and Nita Lowey, the U.S. Working Group on the Food Crisis challenged the Obama Administration’s plans to fund a new “Green Revolution” in Africa in tandem with the Gates Foundation.
Posted in Biotechnology, Genetically Engineered Food, Monopolies, organic, Peasants, Farmers, Ranchers
Tagged crop diversity, end free trade, food czar, food freedom, Genetically Engineered Food, genetically modified crops, gmo crop failures, hillary clinton, IAASTD, organic farming, vilsack