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By Rady Ananda
This 80-minute interview by Dr. Mercola of Dr. Shiv Chopra, author of Corrupt to the Core, significantly contributes to the global movement to end hunger. Take the “most toxic food system” on Earth — that of the US and Canada, he says — and let it die a natural death because we no longer buy its product. Instead, implement his “five pillars of food safety.” Stop complaining to the fox that there are not enough chickens in the henhouse. “The fox is not listening.” Take matters into your own hands. I’m not going to give up the secret – listen to the entire interview.
Posted in Big Pharma, Education, Environment, FDA, USDA, Food & Farming, Genetic Engineering, Healthcare, Human Rights Civil Liberties, Resistance
Tagged animal tracing, antibiotics, Big Pharma, biotechnology, CAFOs, codex, corpogov, corrupt to the core, economic collapse, factory farms, five pillars of food safety, food sovereignty, Genetically Engineered Food, gmo, hormones, industrial food, monopolies, NAIS, Pesticides, pollution, Premises ID, shiv chopra 2010, slaughterhouse waste
By Rady Ananda
Animal traceability is gaining governmental support in two key US beef markets, which may reinvigorate the US National Animal Identification System (NAIS), despite a recent funding cut. Japan and South Korea are now moving toward mandatory traceability on imports. South Korea plans to mandate animal monitoring by 2010, and Japan’s new prime minister vowed to mandate it for beef imports, according to a pro-NAIS report at Food Safety News.
Posted in Animals, Big Pharma, FDA, USDA, Food & Farming, Genetic Engineering
Tagged beef exports, beef supply, CAFOs, canada beef, farmers, food legislation, food monopolies, Food Safety, Genetical Engineering, japan beef, mexico beef, monopolies, NAIS, Organic, Peasants, Premises ID, Ranchers, S 510, south korea beef, Sustainable Practices, USDA
By Marti Oakley
A decision by U.S. District Judge Rosemary Collyer, located in the Washington District of Criminals, throwing out a lawsuit brought by Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund (FCLDF) asking the court to halt the implementation of NAIS, was based on her assertion that there is no federal law and/or, no federal regulation ordering the implementation of the National Animal Identification System (NAIS). FCLDF brought the suit asking for temporary injunctive relief Continue reading
Posted in Food & Farming
Tagged food freedom, Judge Collyer, marti oakley, Michigan, NAIS, NAIS-Premises ID FCLDF takes it to the courts, politics, Premises ID, Tom Vilsack, USDA, Wisconsin