By Linn Cohen-Cole
February 26, 2009
The “food safety” bills now being contemplated by Congress enslave farmers to an industrial system (having to do its bidding or face penalties and prison so severe they function as whips). The bills will demand purchase and application of petrochemicals and drugs, rendering the farmers not only slaves but paying slaves (or else giving up), with the land and animals poisoned and/or genetically engineered.
Posted in Food Legislation
Tagged Big Ag, centralized food system, food, food safety, food safety enhancement act of 2009, hr 2749, hr 814, hr 875, hyper-regulation, independent farmers, Linn cohen-cole, literal enslavement of the american farmer, NAIS, national animal identification system, pesticides, politics, sb 425
April 13, 2009
by Linn Cohen-Cole
Beware homemade pie and a glass of milk?
Unless one sees what has been happening already and who is behind it, it is difficult to believe that the bills in Congress can cover EVERYTHING, that “they” would do something so … totalitarian. It is exactly because it is so monstrous a grab for all control that it is hard to believe.
Posted in Food Criminalization, Food Legislation
Tagged corporatism, decentralized food supply, FDA, food control, Food Criminalization, food freedom, Genetically Engineered Food, genetically modified food, gmo, hyper-regulation, industrial food, Linn cohen-cole, news, pa church ladies raided by food safety cops, politics, safe food, totalitarian, USDA