Happy Birthday, America – despite tyranny from FDA and USDA who protects pharmaceutical companies and food manufacturers

Posted by: “Robert” cohensmilk1@yahoo.com   cohensmilk1

Mon Jul 4, 2011 12:18 am (PDT)

 

Happy Birthday, America

 

We live in times that try men and women’s souls.

 

Two years before the American Revolution began, Thomas Jefferson

wrote the single greatest essay in American history.

 

Jefferson’s “Summary View of Rights of British America” cited the

many injustices of British rule and laid the foundations for the

American Revolution.

 

Jefferson’s argument for independence addressed tyranny and

misrepresentation, the likes of which America is again

witnessing at the hands of federal regulatory agencies such

as the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the

Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

 

Jefferson wrote:

 

“Single acts of Tyranny may be ascribed to the accidental

opinion of a day; but a series of oppressions, begun at a

distinguished period, and pursued unalterably through every

change of ministers, too plainly prove a deliberate,

systematical plan of reducing us to slavery.”

 

Ex-FDA commissioners have gone to work for Monsanto.

Ex-Monsanto attorneys (from the firm of King & Spalding) now

work at the highest level of our government. One sits on the

Supreme Court (Clarence Thomas) and recently voted down

a lower court decision regarding Monsanto’s genetically

engineered alfalfa seeds. A second Monsanto attorney

(Michael Taylor) was appointed by Barack Obama to oversee

food safety at the FDA.

 

These conflicts of interest and hundreds of other similar

appointments by Presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama have

subordinated the health interests of Americans to the

financial interests of pharmaceutical companies who pay

their way to power and control by giving legal bribes

(PAC donations) to men and women in Congress who repay

such favors by enacting legislation for their masters.

 

We are in prison. Bars and shackles, favors traded for

laws and policy now prevent us from enjoying our inalienable

rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

 

These basic truths that were deemed to be self evident to the

founding fathers have been taken away by a series of tyrannical

acts.

 

Until FDA labels foods containing genetically engineered organisms,

we must continue to protest our loss of liberty. FDA’S tyranny

protects pharmaceutical companies and food manufacturers. The

European Community does not allow such betrayal. Only in America.

We deceive ourselves by believing that we are land of the free.

Our media will not tell us the truth, relying upon ad revenue

from those who betray.

 

Happy 235th Birthday, America.

 

Robert Cohen

http://www.notmilk.com