Obama Declares War on American Farmers



Well, it happened…

This past Tuesday, President Obama signed HR 933 into law and officially gave one company the right to poison your food — without ever having to fear legal action.

That’s right.

Hidden in the text of the Farmer Assurance Provision of HR 933, you can find a biotech rider that gives Monsanto the freedom to contaminate any farm in the United States without any type of legal accountability.

Heather Callaghan over at Activist Post spelled out the whole evil agenda perfectly. In regards to what has been called “The Monsanto Protection Act,” Callaghan writes:

The USDA already gives biotech companies like Monsanto the thumps up, trusting Monsanto’s own safety evaluations. Now the court system cannot intervene, which could prove detrimental to farmers who are sued by Monsanto for patent infringement when their GM seeds contaminate those farmers’ fields.

Callaghan also noted that, interestingly enough, President Obama and his family regularly enjoy non-GMO organic food from the White House garden.

Of course, this should come as no surprise…

After all, the president has gone out of his way to hire former Monsanto employees to run high-level food safety offices.

Conflict of interest?

Not when you have enough money to buy access to a sitting president…

As pointed out in a recent piece in the International Business Times, this sets a precedent that suggests court challenges are now a privilege, not a right.


Just the Beginning…

While the suits over at Monsanto sip celebratory champagne and feast on the remains of liberty, independent farmers all over the United States are now being investigated and harassed by government thugs.

You see, last year Obama issued the “National Defense Resource Preparedness” executive order, which basically gives any sitting president the authority to seize any farm or food source, so long as it’s done in an effort to promote national defense.

How convenient.

And you better believe if such a situation were to arise, it won’t be some limp noodle bureaucrat driving up a dirt road with a briefcase full of papers to sign. No, these guys will be trained and armed.

In any event, in an effort to keep tabs on all the food sources the president now has the freedom to raid, the USDA has just mailed a census form to every American farmer.

Each farmer must fill out this census. Failure to do so will result in personal visits from government agents.

My friends, take a look at some of the information required by these census forms:

  • Number of acres owned

  • Number of acres irrigated

  • Exact number of acres grown and harvested for each individual crop

  • Grain storage capacity

  • Details on the dollar value of direct sales for human consumption

  • Names and descriptions of all farm operators

  • Details of Internet access

The moral of this story: If you can buy access to the White House, you can do whatever you want. If you’re a hard-working farmer without a direct line to the Oval Office, your farm can be confiscated at any time.

Our founding fathers — many of whom were farmers themselves — would be disgusted to see what has happened to the great democracy they created.

Live honorably, live free…

Jeff Siegel Signature

Friday, March 29th, 2013 – Wealth Daily



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