FDA Goons and the Second Amendment

By Rady Ananda

On July 16, the US Food and Drug Administration posted a libelous release linking a foodborne pathogen to a South Carolina raw dairy before confirming whether or not such a link existed. Two weeks later, the FDA determined that Tucker Adkins Dairy products were free of all contaminants but has still not issued a retraction at its webpage.

“How do we get our reputation back?”  That’s what Tommy and Carolyn Adkins asked the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund. (FTCLDF)

Without a retraction at the web page, they can’t.

“Contrast the actions of FDA with those of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC), the agency that has the hands-on responsibility for insuring that Tucker Adkins Dairy produces a safe product.  The department could have suspended the dairy’s license or suspended raw milk sales if it suspected the dairy was responsible for making people sick; it did not,” FTCLDF said in a statement to Food Freedom.

“The department took two milk samples on its own, each of which tested negative for campylobacter.  DHEC has found that the dairy has done nothing wrong.  In its seven years of operating as a licensed dairy, Tucker Adkins Dairy has never been cited for a violation by the department nor has a complaint ever been made against the dairy for the raw milk it produces.”

This further shows the FDA’s war on natural food producers, as we see with their continual raids, like Wednesday’s assault on Rawesome Foods and Sharon Palmer’s Healthy Family Farms.

As an update, Palmer’s employee, Eugenie Victoria Bloch, was released in today’s arraignment. The court set bail at $30,000 for Rawesome Foods operator, James Stewart.

What struck me most about the recent Rawesome raid was the absolute inaction by those who witnessed it. No one tried to stop the cops or protect their food supply. They complained, yes; but no one actually tried to stop the unconstitutional seizure and destruction of safe and healthy food products.

One woman even said, “We should have a citizen’s arrest here.”  Well, why didn’t she?

Another woman said, “Welcome to America, where it’s a crime to eat organic.” It’s as if those witnesses believe they have no rights other than to complain, or to protest the next day in an organized fashion.

More likely, though, they are thoroughly convinced that law supersedes human rights. Heaven forbid they should actually have to get physically involved when protecting their natural and inalienable rights. Have none of them read A People’s History of the United States by Howard Zinn?

Merely complaining doesn’t get the job done. Tyranny is brutal and resistance is messy, and the meeting of those two ideologies is often bloody.

Meanwhile, the FDA continues to falsely assert that pasteurization makes milk safer, though the Centers for Disease Control has shown that only four-ten thousandths of a percent (0.0004%) of raw milk drinkers become ill, according to an analysis by pathologist Ted Beals who remarked that of 9.4 million raw milk drinkers, 42 become ill each year per CDC numbers.

FDA-approved milk, on the other hand, contains genetically modified ingredients which have been linked to cancer, organ damage and infertility. The milk produced at factory farms, in fact, is so contaminated that it must be pasteurized. When a factory farmer’s relative surreptitiously took some milk from one of his factory cows to a school, several children became ill.

Raw milk intended for direct human consumption is raised in a much cleaner environment. It needs no pasteurization – it’s what humans have been doing for thousands of years.

None of this matters to the government. Its goal is to remove all natural, unadulterated foods from the market, to enable corporate control of all food. The food being forced onto us in the US is banned in several countries because of all the adulterants permitted by the FDA, to wit: chlorinated chicken, arsenic chicken, GMOs, antibiotic overuse, etc.

Recently, University of Minnesota researchers discovered a natural food preservative that kills food-borne bacteria, and, you guessed it, they patented it. In order to get the patent, the naturally occurring lantibiotic had to be genetically modified.

They want to add this to “meats, processed cheeses, egg and dairy products, canned foods, seafood, salad dressing, fermented beverages and many other foods,” researchers Daniel O’Sullivan and Ju-Hoon Lee told Food Freedom in a statement.

Rather than further adulterating the food supply with DNA-modifications, wouldn’t it be safer to clean up how food is produced?  Even Louis Pasteur understood, at the end of his life, that a germ can only cause problems if the host terrain is compromised, an idea promoted by Antoine Bechamp.

In other words, germs don’t cause disease; rather, a weakened immune system facilitates germ proliferation.

Holding a protest the next day is all fine and nice and fits well within actions authorized by this criminal government. But the time to take action is when the cops are raiding your food stores.  Even dogs know this, as does most of the animal kingdom.

I am certain that many of those people witnessing the Rawesome raid would have no problem getting physically involved if they were witnessing a gang rape.  Is your right to healthy food any less important?

Despite laws claiming the unconstitutional power to enter your home without a warrant, would you let that happen?

King and Gandhi lost, remember?  The USA and India are wholly corporate-owned, and those corporations are forcing farmers off their lands, which they are then polluting with their toxic mining, toxic factories, and toxic agriculture.  Both nations have forced genetically modified foods adulterated with a host of other ingredients on the populace. Both nations use state-sanctioned violence to promote corporate aims. Complaining and protesting hasn’t stopped them.

Maybe next time goons show up to seize and destroy food that has sickened no one, people will assert their Second Amendment rights and protect their food supply. This is exactly why that right was written into the US Constitution – to protect us from tyranny.

Yeah, some of us will get arrested and some of us might get shot if we confront armed raiders.  But eating factory foods is killing most of us anyway – a slow, painful, expensive death that enriches the pharmaceutical industry and FDA coffers.

Should we die on subservient knees complaining, while allowing these raids to proceed? Or should we stand up and risk being arrested or shot for defending our inalienable right to eat the foods with which we evolved?

In this 2009 piece, A Progressive View on Gun Rights: 2A All the Way, I go into more reasons why the Second Amendment is important. To the list of quotes there, I would add:

“Resistance to tyranny is obedience to God.” ~Thomas Jefferson

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Related: Do We Need a Militant Movement to Save the Planet (and Ourselves)?

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12 responses to “FDA Goons and the Second Amendment

  1. Rady, you are such a treasure & good patriot. Don’t worry. All corruption, including the thugs at the FDA, is finally coming to its end because knowledge really is power & when action’s added, miracles do happen.

    If you & other good people would kindly come to my Face Book wall there’s very important information you need to know about.

    ((((Your children could be at risk of serious harm or even death.))))

    My wall is public so you don’t have to be added as a friend to see it. Look me up. Marsha McClelland without my middle initial as I have two accounts. You will recognize me by my crying eagle.

    See my post;

    ((((SOS)))) Calling all Warrior Moms, Dad’s, Grand Parents & World Citizens. This is a most critical & timely action alert you must not ignore.

    And for those who may not have the big picture of who the head king pins of corruption are that have been running our show & holding all children in harm’s way, except for their own, of course.

    See the explosive & eye opening Jon Rappoport Show I posted on July 31st & read each of my comments & the CBS link, especially, for the incredible scoop.

    It will open your mind as it blows corruption right out of the water.

    • thanks for the support, Marsha. There are many Marsha McClellands on FB. what city are you in? Don’t you have a link?

      what’s the link to the article?

  2. You are right on the money! The Rise of the State is no longer just an old talking point about Nazi Germany. Many many ‘quasi-military like’ police raids are occurring more and more often across the U.S. …often with tragic results – usually murder of innocent civilians attempting to defend themselves from unidentified intruders who have no respect for the Constitution.

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  4. To the Warriors for the Earth: time to rise up. Talk is cheap, complaining is annoying, and nothing gets done. Rady is right: we must stand up, non-violently if possible, and protect our rights to our food and basic human rights as written in the UN Declaration on Human Rights (yah, I know, all about the UN, blah blah, but the document stands). How anyone can WATCH an overtly ILLEGAL raid take place on private property and not step up to the plate is beyond my imagining. They should have made a circle around the arrestees, OR demanded to be arrested with them and made a real mess for th Fasciste.

  5. Oh how we burned in our living rooms…..

    First they came for organic gardeners, but we still ate at Burger King….

  6. Good one,CZ!

  7. “On July 16, the US Food and Drug Administration posted a libelous release linking a foodborne pathogen to a South Carolina raw dairy before confirming whether or not such a link existed. ”

    But COTO was able to link autism with immunizations based on a known fraudulent claim.

    I guess hypocrisy is the basis of COTO so-called “journalism”.

  8. @ie: bugger off, pal.

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