>> Saturday, May 30, 2009
Susan Blasko is a cancer survivor twice over.
She now incorporates local farm fresh foods into her diet in her on-going quest for health.
She was selected at random to speak at the USDA Listening Session on NAIS (National Animal Idenification System) that took place in Harrisburg, PA this month.
Here is the complete text of her remarks.
The fact that I am here at all should be an indication to you that the truth is dawning at last on the general population.
For many years your department has been trying to force NAIS on us. What part of “NO” don’t you understand?
Yes, the eyes of the public are being pried open by the undeniable, inescapable truth:
that the aim of the National Animal Identification Scam is to put small farmers out of business so that big-ag can be the sole provider of the world’s food;
that the food your department approves is making us sick and sterile
are the origins of foodborne illness
that the USDA is fully prepared to use force to implement NAIS
She speaks for millions when she lists the seven ‘inconvenient truths’. What the USDA and Ag Dept are doing in unconscionable.
I don’t know how many of you understand the dire situation our food system has been put in, but Ms Blasko’s remarks will gone a long way to informing you.
Please read, for a better understanding of how to protect your health and the health of your loved ones.
Ms Blasko says: ‘I am deeply troubled by what I’ve learned about NAIS. Not only is it expensive, intrusive, discriminatory, and deliberately hostile to small farmers; it is downright unconstitutional. Go back to the drawing board. Stand up to big-ag and industrial food processors’.