Nicole Johnson on November 14th, 2009

The proposed food safety legislation is designed to make the movement of product between international affiliates of transnational corporations a burdenless affair. Its other achievement will be to overburden, and eventually eliminate, regional- and community-based foodsheds with costly regulations. But under the inappropriate use of HACCP, the safety of our food supply will not be improved.

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Barbara H. Peterson on August 19th, 2009

Dave Hodges, Annie Deriso and I talk about HR 2749, Monsanto, and CODEX’s parts in the depopulation agenda and what we can do.

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Barbara H. Peterson on July 8th, 2009

Agriculture leaders, as well as farmers and ranchers, are watching the outcome of the many congressional bills that are being discussed on Capitol Hill. They question whether farmers and ranchers will survive if additional permits and taxation are implemented.

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Barbara H. Peterson on July 5th, 2009

Considering that the only real competition the multinationals have – food localization and self-sufficient growers – it is in the best interests of Monsanto, et. al. and the USDA to make it as hard as possible on anyone who does not support GMO, factory farming, and multinational food control. To eliminate the competition is a primary goal of these corporations, and make no mistake, independent food growers are the competition.

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