Lawmakers Introduce Farm Bill Amendment to Prohibit Federal Government Interference in Raw Milk Sales

This is a huge deal, far more important than appearances.  It strikes at the heart of the engineered dependence of the american economy on centralized power.   Food purchases account for the biggest single fraction of household budgets, and the largely successful campaign to drive a wedge between consumers and local food producers has not only funneled untold billions into wall street and forced the fire sale of family farms into industrial combines, but led directly to the rise of toxic chemical and GMO contamination of the food supply.   Milk is a large fraction of the typical food budget, and the initiation of local business contacts and social networks among disparate communities will almost certainly lead to a huge transformation of our “just in time” food economy and dependency on the kindness of strangers into something resembling a resilient foundation for human survival.

While this bill only pertains to interstate commerce, it offers a glimmer of hope to local producers and a catalyst for state-level legislative campaigns.

If you want to survive disaster capitalism, local food production should be high on your list of priorities.

A bipartisan group of lawmakers have introduced an amendment to the House Farm Bill designed to make it easier for consumers to access raw milk.

As part of the ongoing debate of the so called “Farm Bill,” three representatives have introduced an amendment to prohibit the federal government from intervening in state laws which allow for the sale of raw milk. The House Rules Committee will debate a number of amendments on Tuesday and Wednesday before a potential floor vote later this week.

On Tuesday the panel held a discussion with House Agriculture Chairman K. Michael Conaway and ranking member Collin C. Peterson on the five-year farm bill, which deals with policy for nutrition, conservation, organic standards, crop insurance and other programs. The current version of the farm bill expires on September 30. Rollcall reports that the Rules Committee will be looking at more than 100 amendments on Wednesday.

One of those amendments pertains to the distribution of unpasteurized, or raw, milk across state lines. Reps. Thomas Massie (R-KY), Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), Jared Polis (D-CO) introduced an amendment which “prohibits federal interference with the interstate traffic of unpasteurized milk and milk products between States that allow the distribution of unpasteurized milk or milk products for direct human consumption.”

Thomas Massie warned that the federal government might put people in prison for transporting unpasteurized milk across state lines. “If it’s legal to sell raw milk in two different states, why would the federal government put you in prison for taking milk between those two states?!,” Massie tweeted. “I have an amendment to the farm bill to fix this injustice…”

EMP Attack: Luciferian Secret Societies Are Licking Their Chops

At this late date it’s hard to miss the fact that allocation of the federal budget has nothing whatsoever to do with even the narrowest, most shortsighted view of anything resembling the national interest.   Quite obviously the continuing survival of this country is not high on the list of priorities of our luciferian overlords, who have already moved most of their assets to china.  The USA’s glaring and longstanding vulnerability to EMP attack or a Carrington event is a prime case in point.   We are about to see an example of disaster capitalism at work which will make the Great Ripoff ( ) pale in comparison.   This is the paradox of the “free market”.   It spontaneously gives rise to concentrations of wealth which quickly metastasize into financial and political monopolies which devour the system that birthed them.

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A newly declassified report by the recently re-established Commission to Assess the Threat to the from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Attack warns that the threat posed by an EMP attack could jeopardize “modern civilization,” return a lifestyle last seen in the 1800’s and leave millions of people dead across the United States.

The executive report, entitled Assessing the Threat from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP), predicts that the smallest EMP attack on the US electrical grid could have a devastating effect on the supply chain for at least a year or more – depending upon the scale of the attack – starving much of the country of electricity, water, food, transportation and telephone/internet service.

“A long-term outage owing to EMP could disable most critical supply chains, leaving the U.S. population living in conditions similar to centuries past, prior to the advent of electric power,” said the newly declassified July 2017 report.

“In the 1800s, the U.S. population was less than 60 million, and those people had many skills and assets necessary for survival without today’s infrastructure. An extended blackout today could result in the death of a large fraction of the American people through the effects of societal collapse, disease, and starvation. While national planning and preparation for such events could help mitigate the damage, few such actions are currently underway or even being contemplated,” added the executive summary….

The Obvious Problem With Secret Societies