posted on Feb, 28 2012 @ 08:38 PM
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stay tuned to the next page where i kick Horza and 3rd and Chads butts please!!!!!
all links from HARVARD too
HINT: Just so you know: they reverse the sir names where the lady Doctor is from
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I would hope that this thread is of some benefit to its readers...I hope they read it because there are many interesting points of view here..so it
has to beat TV for a few minutes lol.
While these quotes are a bit old they illustrate just how creeping control is insinuating itself into the non corporate small producer structure that
has been a long standing source of national strength for a lot of countries.
Targeting the small familly farm and health in general is a sure way to weaken not just the US, but any people anywhere...as kissinger said : " oil
controls countries, food controls people.."
IMHO water controls life
I think Komodo's post is very illustrative of this as well
Removing ‘Navigable’ From CWA Creates Regulatory Quicksand
WASHINGTON, D.C., July 22, 2009 – Legislation that would remove the word “navigable” from the Clean Water Act (CWA) and allow the Corps of
Engineers and Environmental Protection Agency to regulate all interstate and intrastate waters could put farmers in “regulatory quicksand,”
according to Missouri Farm Bureau President Charlie Kruse.
Missouri Farm Bureau President Charlie Kruse testified before the House Small Business Committee regarding the Clean Water Act.
Testifying today on behalf of the American Farm Bureau Federation before the House Small Business Committee, Kruse, a Dexter, Mo. corn producer, said
the bill leads to increased compliance costs, burdensome permit processes and extends the reach of the Clean Water Act to any body of water in the
Kruse cited a number of cases that point out the hurdles farmers across the country will face if the Clean Water Restoration Act (S. 787) is approved.
In one example, Kruse told the account of a small farmer in Minnesota who wanted to improve existing drainage on 11 acres of his land.
“USDA and the state did not consider his land a wetland, but the Corps did,” Kruse testified. “They told him he needed both a permit and 17.7
acres of mitigation. The cost of compliance – $77,000 – was more than the property was worth, and the farmer could not afford to
In 2009, Polaris submitted a nomination of the United Nations' CEO Water Mandate in the 'Greenwash' category for its role in facilitating greater
control of water resources by multinational corporations while simultaneously 'greenwashing' socially and environmentally damaging corporate behavior.
“Not only does the Global Compact and the CEO Water Mandate facilitate more corporate control of water,” said Richard Girard, “but, it makes the
United Nations an apologist and enabler of corporate greenwashing.”
Established under the auspices of the United Nations’ Global Compact, the CEO Water Mandate is a voluntary, non-binding, public-private partnership.
Under the guise of environmental stewardship, the CEO Water Mandate provides multinational corporations--including well-documented environmental
abusers such as Coca Cola, Dow Chemical, Nestlé, Royal Dutch Shell and Suez--with a platform to directly influence governments in order to secure
continued access to water. As a result, these companies are allowed to conceal their socially and environmentally damaging operations with the blue
flag of the United Nations.
“The United Nations has no business facilitating corporate water grabs,” said Tony Clarke, Director of the Polaris Institute. “Instead, the UN
should return to the mandate they abandoned some 35 years ago, effectively regulating the operations of transnational corporations around the
Take the guns, the food, the water, and control the air (Co2), and limit protest, and rig the vote, buy the judges...whats left of the good ol USA or
Canada after that?
PS i forgot control the fertilizer, and premise IDs limiting animal ownership too
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