But as for me and my house ...
The international government cabal has been working diligently to poison humanity with tainted food, under-tested drugs, fluoride, chlorine, and a myriad of other poisons in the water, yet we continue to survive. Imagine how angry this makes them!
Enter organics and homeopathy. Both 'industries', run by small farms and business owners, are growing rapidly as people wake up to the truth. Several attempts to strong arm these businesses into the purview of the FDA and other government agencies have failed. There have been attempts to poison fields and taint supplements.
This article in the Huffington Post (a surprising place to find such a report) reveals the government's continued attack on our attempts to get good nutrition. How dare we live!
Demand organics! Only demanding what was once commonplace in the local grocery store - and purchasing them - will bring prices down. Since your prescription drug purchases are now your responsibility (thanks to the Obamacare delays to pay back the insurance industry), it will be cheaper to purchase nourishing food.
To learn what you are eating, watch the video below: Today's Modern Food, Parts 1 and 2.
Texas Police Hit Organic Farm With Massive SWAT Raid
Radley Balko, Huffington Post
A small organic farm in Arlington, Texas, was the target of a massive police action last week that included aerial surveillance, a SWAT raid and a 10-hour search.
Members of the local police raiding party had a search warrant for marijuana plants, which they failed to find at the Garden of Eden farm. But farm owners and residents who live on the property told a Dallas-Ft. Worth NBC station that the real reason for the law enforcement exercise appears to have been code enforcement. The police seized "17 blackberry bushes, 15 okra plants, 14 tomatillo plants ... native grasses and sunflowers," after holding residents inside at gunpoint for at least a half-hour, property owner Shellie Smith said in a statement. The raid lasted about 10 hours, she said.
Local authorities had cited the Garden of Eden in recent weeks for code violations, including "grass that was too tall, bushes growing too close to the street, a couch and piano in the yard, chopped wood that was not properly stacked, a piece of siding that was missing from the side of the house, and generally unclean premises," Smith's statement said. She said the police didn't produce a warrant until two hours after the raid began, and officers shielded their name tags so they couldn't be identified. According to ABC affiliate WFAA, resident Quinn Eaker was the only person arrested -- for outstanding traffic violations.
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