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If you know anything about Obama's long term plans is to take control of all production of food. Tax the heck out of anyone not living in his cities and giving the cash to cities.
Everyone must live in the city ,walk to work or ride the peoples bus . He has never hidden his agenda . Just no one dare bring it up.
 

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If you know anything about Obama's long term plans is to take control of all production of food. Tax the heck out of anyone not living in his cities and giving the cash to cities.
Everyone must live in the city ,walk to work or ride the peoples bus . He has never hidden his agenda . Just no one dare bring it up.
That started prior to O'Bummer , look to corporations such as Monsanto and *follow the money*. Everyone has to eat , control the food supply and production thereof and you'll go a long way towards attaining control over the populace.

Google Monsanto and their subsidaries , note what they are doing with the small seed companies and heirloom seeds , then google Smithfield foods and note their stranglehold on the pork and pork products market.

These are extremely large and extremely abusive corporations and through the auspices of their lobbyists they hold extensive political power.
 

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I see many have not read up on Obama and where he came from
 

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Tom Nutsack is a douschebag and doesn`t have a clue as to what he is talking about. He is one of those people that likes to run his mouth so he can feel important.
 

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A couple things caught my eye. When he says rural americas biggest assets can be overlooked by people elsewhere. Does he mean that these "elswhere" people dismiss these assests as inconsequential, or does he mean they're not valuing them or recognize them as assets. Which ever way thats meant, I believe he's addressing the wrong audience with such comments. Rural people recognize the value of rural assets. Urbanites are more like to be clueless about such things. Pretty vague if you ask me.

When he says there is a huge communication gap between the farmers and food eating public. I agree with that, but telling farmers they have to adopt a more urbanite world view or risk becoming politically inconsequential probably isn't helping...
 

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I don't believe the USDA chief harsh words were entirely directed towards the corporate conglomerates, more likely they were directed towards the rural community in general.

Really though, In who's world do food producers become irrelevant, in any context.

Like I said I really don't know what to make of it...
 

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And pay attention to what's in your pork , pork products and how it's produced , pay attention to what Smithfield has done to watersheds all over the South with the waste from it's operations. If you had ever lived downwind from one of their operations you'd know what I mean.
 

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Yeah one of my neighbors grow hogs...stinky...
The USDA chief was addressing farmers, he didn't single anyone out say for example Smithfield. I took what he said to apply equally to all farmers alike, big difference in blanket statement and singling one segment out for special consideration.
 

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Yeah one of my neighbors grow hogs...stinky...
The USDA chief was addressing farmers, he didn't single anyone out say for example Smithfield. I took what he said to apply equally to all farmers alike, big difference in blanket statement and singling one segment out for special consideration.
Thing is this , the large corporate interests such as Monsanto and Smithfield *should* be singled out , they have been the death of the family farm and small ag all over this country , they wish to control our food supply and the production of said food and will engage in the most egregious of abuses to accomplish their ends.

RBGH in dairy , the use of estradiol and trenbolone acetate in beef production , other steroids in poultry production along with overuse of various antibiotics , genetically modified soybeans , corn ,tomatos etc.etc. , the absorption of smaller seed companies and removal of heirloom varieties from the market , all these are quite well documented.

Point being that the USDA serves the large corporate interests , to the detriment of us all.
 

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All of his adult life Obama has been a part of and latter a driving force behind a movement. Their goal is force everyone into the city. They their stated mission is to tax suburbs and rural area to the point of extinction.
At first the taxes would increase the money would all go to cities to pay for housing for others building their support even more. As they increased to a point no one could afford them everyone would be forced into the city.
Then all tax revenue would be in their hands. Restricting the use of cars and taxing fuels would force everyone on the bus . Then the socialist take over is a sealed deal.
Look at how he has been operating step by Step to that goal . Take from one give to another then take some more.
Death of the family farm was cheap food.
 

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I see many have not read up on Obama and where he came from
Top, you don't see that. What you seem to be suggesting is that Obama is the main threat. That is not true. He is nothing but a puppet.

The conspiracy goes farther back than 2008, and encompasses more people that the Democrat party.

Are you familiar with Agenda 21 and what the whole intention is? Do you understand that the elites want a global population of about 500 million (not including themselves and their families), and that they plan on controlling everything from the food and water supplies to our very health?

This is waaaay beyond Obama's stuttering brain's capability to choreograph. They are simply allowing him to hold the seat in the Oval Office.
 

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And pay attention to what's in your pork , pork products and how it's produced , pay attention to what Smithfield has done to watersheds all over the South with the waste from it's operations. If you had ever lived downwind from one of their operations you'd know what I mean.
I watched the show and I don't eat swine anyway, since it don't chew the cud.
 

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Remembere Gore ? He wants everyone to live in the cities, take mass transit to work or ride bicycles. Also wants everyone to move into the cities and turn all the farm land into gobernut run large production farms. No cars creating carbon gases . Remember him now ? The loonie left crowd pretty much all think this way. Tree huggers united.
 

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Vilsack seems out of touch even with the farmers from his own home state of Iowa, everyone around here grows Soybeans and Corn, both of which are being sold great on the global economy. So I don't understand his preoccupation with trying to get rural republican farmers to be apart of the global city economy. Seems farmers are doing fine selling their products to China, Europe and Africa already.

Soybean Exports:
U.S. Export Sales
Corn Exports:
U.S. Export Sales

As far as moving into the city.. I heard there are a lot of vacancies in cities like Detroit. :p
 
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