The claimed health concerns about raw milk are a smokescreen to justify what amounts to a subsidy to large producers, which have unavoidably dirty production conditions, delays in delivery and unhealthy cows which would guarantee a high rate of sour milk at the grocery, if not for the use of expensive pasteurization equipment that small local producers can’t afford and generally don’t need. The loss of nutritive value due to pasteurization is just a bonus for the luciferians, whose agenda is obviously to make us weak and dependent on metasin and pharmacorpse for our survival. Political control requires the elimination of better alternatives. But better alternatives abound in everything from nutrition to education to medicine to the monetary system. The current state of imposed scarcity and social dysfunction is a monument to the power of propaganda and financial manipulation to funnel vast fortunes out of highly efficient, humane, sustainable, distributed, democratic local economies into the coffers of centralized luciferian-controlled pathologies.
Fresh raw milk, only a few hours old, is light years from what you can find at the grocery. And it sustains local farms which makes for viable local, efficient, self-sustaining, largely solar powered food economies. The opposite of the nightmare that we’re being ushered into, where our very means of agricultural production is turning vast swathes of farmland into a toxic bio-desert.
Do you know where your money goes? Better start supporting the place and the people where you live. Sustainable economics is all about monetary recycling.
To public health officials and state departments of agriculture, unpasteurized milk is a dangerous, germ-ridden liquid that is especially hazardous to children and their immature immune systems. And the FDA has been on a rampage against raw milk for quite some time. If it weren’t for the fact that twenty-eight states allow the sale of raw milk, the FDA would ban it nationally. The agency has already banned raw milk artisanal cheeses that aren’t aged at least 60 days, a requirement that puts an enormous strain on small artisanal farms and cheesemakers.
In the case of imported cheeses such as from France, only a limited number of producers are allowed in at all, thereby eliminating the best cheeses. This is another glaring example of how the FDA prefers to concentrate food and drug production in the hands of a few large companies with which the agency has close ties. Favoring large producers over family and artisanal producers does not make our food any safer. On the contrary, it just makes it less safe, less nutritious, and also invites more corruption of the government by powerful companies growing rich from government-created monopolies.
Even more galling is the fact that the raw milk cheese aging requirement is completely arbitrary. There is no scientific (or even anecdotal) evidence to suggest that aging cheese a particular length of time will make it any safer than it already is.
And it is indeed safe. Raw milk has shown to be superior to pasteurized milk in protecting against infection, diarrhea, rickets, tooth decay, and tuberculosis; children drinking raw milk have better growth rates than those drinking pasteurized milk. The Weston A. Price Foundation has launched a campaign for “real milk,” that is, pasture-fed, unprocessed, and full-fat. The campaign’s website carefully documents the safety of raw milk, its health benefits, and the economic issues involved. …