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That tells me that this has been and is an on-going operation, with respect to the FDA. If the FDA is doing it, what other alphabet agencies are utilizing forums on the internet conducting the same type of deceit?
Ain't it kinda weird that we have to dig and dig and dig to get to what is real? Why is everything so buried in bureaucratic red-tape?
And why try so hard to keep the real truth from surfacing?
Having read what Sunstein said in my post and looking at his position now, it would be naive to think he hasn't implemented something....
“For Mexican Feeder Cattle in Effect April 1, 2002... Dr. Logan. pointed out that, in the early l900s, nearly five percent of U.S. cattle herds were infected with TB. Today, she said, the disease is extremely rare in U.S. herds. However, more TB-lesioned cattle are being detected at slaughter, and ear tags indicate that many of these animals are of Mexican origin.” www.tahc.state.tx.us/news/pr/2002/302TBMx.pdf
“The high prevalence of bovine tuberculosis in Mexican cattle was discussed. www.nzfsa.govt.nz/science/riskprofiles/FW0320_Mbovis_in_meat_final_May_2006.pdf
“Bovine TB was confirmed in three dairy herds during 2002-2003..., the investigations indicate TB was most likely imported in infected cattle.”
Oklahoma On May 1, 2007, the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture reported a case of bovine tuberculosis (TB) discovered as a result of slaughter surveillance.... Oklahoma’s tuberculosis-free status was not affected.
New Mexico On June 14, 2007, the State of New Mexico confirmed that a dairy herd in Curry County was infected with bovine tuberculosis.
Tenth TB positive Herd Found in Minnesota - - The Minnesota Board of Animal Health today announced that cattle from a Roseau cattle operation tested positive for bovine Tuberculosis.... Minnesota has now detected bovine TB in ten beef herds.
Bovine TB detected at Fresno County Dairy - - A detection of Bovine Tuberculosis (TB) has occurred at a dairy in Fresno County...
TEXAS ANIMAL HEALTH COMMISSION
2009 – 2013 AGENCY STRATEGIC PLAN
..New national disease control programs, emergency management responsibilities, and trade agreements with foreign countries have a significant impact on TAHC. These new or expanded programs continue to stretch TAHC’s already stressed resources to their limits.
..The responsibilities of TAHC have significantly increased as programs for disease control and surveillance have expanded, animal and premises identification systems have been initiated, and participation in emergency planning and response activities impacting animal health require more agency resources. Additionally, new disease challenges are emerging. Some are domestic diseases that are increasing in significance. Others are foreign diseases that may be imported as result of the exponential increases in international importations of animals and animal products. Our industries and our economy are threatened by diseases and pests that heretofore we only read about in disease text books or heard about in lectures....
Since 1999, there have been seven foreign animal diseases diagnosed within the United States (West Nile Virus, Exotic Newcastle Disease, High Pathogenic Avian Influenza, Hemorrhagic Disease of Rabbits, Monkey Pox, Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, and Wildebeest Associated Malignant Catarrhal Fever). Unfortunately, there does not appear to be an end in sight for outbreaks of foreign or domestic diseases and these diverse activities related to disease control and eradication
USDA is moving toward supporting fewer labs nationwide, with the remaining labs serving as regional labs and supporting larger geographic areas..... If this funding is not maintained, this lab will be closed and the out-of-state samples will not be processed by remaining TAHC laboratories....
The first-point testing program is the “early warning system” for the brucellosis program, enabling detection of infection prior to sale of cattle within the state. With the discontinuation of first-point testing, slaughter testing will become the primary method for brucellosis surveillance. There is a key difference between first-point testing and slaughter testing. An animal identified through first-point testing as possibly infected is alive. This allows the agency to collect additional samples (blood, milk and tissue) and conduct additional diagnostic serologic and culture tests to determine if the animal is in fact infected with Brucella abortus. An animal identified through slaughter testing as possibly infected is no longer living and therefore additional testing of that animal is not possible. As a result, the process to be followed requires the identification of the herd the animal came from and conducting a whole herd test to determine whether or not infection is present in the herd....
June 27, 2008 www.tahc.state.tx.us...
NOTE: This was copied from the original in 2008. The document may have changed but the "date written" may not have.
Originally posted by dillweed
reply to post by InfaRedMan
The only innocent one I hear is you. If you believe the govt' doesn't care what's said here you are either a shill or an idiot. I'm not known for throwing that word around without justification, but it fits here.
Originally posted by Zamini
reply to post by InfaRedMan
NEWS FLASH! The government isn't interested in you because the truth is that you know nothing and you disclose nothing other than your high susceptibility to fits of paranoia.
You know I know nothing how exactly? Because you know what I know to be false because of...?
Quid pro Quo,
Ego complexes are one hell of a thing.
So what do you know then Zamini? Spill the beans!
Originally posted by kevinunknown
No one really needs to covertly implant undercover disinfo agents on websites such as ATS and YouTube, have you been reading ATS, we are spouting out enough disinformation already there is simply no need to pay a guy to come along and fan the flames of ignorance seen on ATS and many other websites.
Originally posted by phatpackage
reply to post by loveguy
Can't you answer a simple question?
No diversion!. Have answered this many many times! lol at your attempt to have a go at me!. Go on, I dare you look through all my posts not just this thread & you will clearly see what I class as proof! lol at you! No diversion here lol lol!edit on 25-12-2010 by phatpackage because: (no reason given)edit on 25-12-2010 by phatpackage because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Jezus
They obviously exist.
When people know lots and lots of information about something but still believe something that contradicts that knowledge it is obvious that something is "up".
The question is, are they brain washed or paid?
Originally posted by Cassius666
This guy makes the claim payed disinformation shills are active on youtube
and other boards regarding certain topics including 911. In the title he even cites a nice number the goverment supposedly spends on shills, over 4 billion bucks.
Is there any evidence of any kind, or any material that suggests people are being payed for that kind of activity on youtube or elsewhere other than lame and unpopular youtube profiles??edit on 23-12-2010 by Cassius666 because: (no reason given)edit on 23-12-2010 by Cassius666 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by SaturnFX
Meh, spend enough time on ATS and someone will eventually call you a disinfo agent also, no matter what the subject or your stance. heh...
Originally posted by phatpackage
reply to post by backinblack
BTW, there are many Government documents relating to this very subject.. There is money in the budget to pay for such actions. Would the Government lie about that?
Do you have any concrete proof of this. Government documents, names of officials who authorised this? Any credible proof will do! I don't think you do! But will apologise if you do produce them!
Those of you wondering how DOJ uses your tax dollars to enforce our nation's laws might be interested to learn that Eric Holder has apparently hired former Democratic campaign bloggers to work at the department in what appears to be a secret propaganda unit. According to a story at The Muffled Oar website, the bloggers are housed in the Office of Public Affairs (the press office). Their job is to place "anonymous comments, or comments under pseudonyms, at newspaper websites with stories critical of the Department of Justice, Holder and President Obama." One of the bloggers is former DNC and John Edwards staffer Tracy Russo, whose name was featured prominently on the department's introduction of its new website on October 1.