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Re-packaging the Odious NAIS: Animal Disease Traceability (ADT)
NWO Servant Neil Hammerschmidt's Well Funded Drive to Install Globalist Agenda 21 Straight Jacket
by Darol Dickinson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
November 14, 2011
Re-packaging the Odious NAIS: Animal Disease Traceability (ADT) / Enforcement (Nov. 14, 2011)
Forward courtesy of Don Nicoloff
ADT ~~ ANIMAL DISEASE TRACEABILITY
On February 5, 2010, USDA Sec. of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced that the opposition was so great, the ill-fated NAIS brain child of the US government was now ended. The cost, complications, record keeping time, and potential enforcement fines made the whole thing stink to ranchers of the USA. In listening sessions held to "hear the voice of the people" it had unearthed over 90% opposition to NAIS from cattle people.
For a period of time February, ranchers relaxed. Many were still skeptical, and rightfully so.
The battle was extremely lopsided. USDA had millions of dollars of taxpayer money — over $140 million to be precise — to develop and promote NAIS and to persuade state departments of agriculture and cattle industry trade associations to recruit as many independent cattle producers as possible into the unwanted NAIS program.
To not labor-on with this continuing burden of government versus people, NAIS is back, now called Animal Disease Traceability (ADT) and with the same diminutive government gobbledygook. With more federal and state veterinarians than any time in history and less livestock disease -- those hired to terminate disease, have minimal disease to terminate. Cattle numbers are reducing and government employees are increasing.
The other talking point for ADT is US exports. Well, go jump in the lake! The USA hasn't produced enough beef to feed the nation in 40 years and the amount being produced is declining. Yet, as the USA imported 16% of their beef last year, ADT, somehow needs to become mandatory to increase exports. It doesn't take a Bernie Madoff to find a chuckle in that concept.
Today the same names and faces are still employed by USDA to hammer mandatory ADT that tried to toilet-plunge NAIS down the throat of livestock owners. Who is at the head, promoting animal electronic numbering, and has been for over a dozen years, but Neil Hammerschmidt himself. His crew of government job creators are mostly the same as the NAIS crew of the past 10 years. Veterinarian associations are promoting ADT because they know it will create "paper" jobs for veterinarians.
To inform one and all, the USDA has created 29 small print pages in the Federal Register interpreting the warmed-over ADT. It has the government style verbiage designed to bore the attempted reader to tears with the large print "giving" and the small "print taking away," but in reality there is no large print.
It indicates that each state has some right to fine tune their own rules, but now, as we understand how Hammerschmidt works, they historically have given federal grants to each state paying them not to cut the livestock producers any slack. One by one the federales will buy-off states to the point each one is slapped into submission. That is the modern way politicians get the taxes they want -- divide and conquer.
The new program ends the authority of the hot iron brand, respected as the only historic prevention of cattle rustling. ADT erroneously thinks removable ear pins and tags will replace brands, and bet the kitchen sink, every good cattle rustler is loving that idea.
Once again your tax dollars are working to employ fingers and eyes behind computer screens to think up enforcements for a world they have never lived or even walked through. The suits and white shirts walk the marble halls of government full of ideas unprovable, unaffordable and appalling to real world livestock people!
So read it if you can stand the extension of meaningless wordy words at
When you are tiring of holding your nose you may submit comments to Federal eRulemaking Portal: Go to
Regulatory Analysis and Development,
PPD, APHIS, Station 3A–03.8
4700 River Road Unit 118
Riverdale, MD 20737–1238
The deadline for comment is December 9, 2011.
In Zanesville, Ohio, Sec. Vilsack held a political meeting and allowed questions. He was asked, "With over 90% of livestock producers opposed to NAIS in the listening sessions, how large would the percentage have to be to abandon the whole thing?"
Answer political mumble, mumble......... Could it be 95% for ADT? Send in your opposition today and encourage others to quickly comment. Thanks for helping protect the US cattle producer from useless enforcements.
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