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Posted on 04/24/2006 10:53:23 PM PDT by fishhound
Destruction of Personal Property Rights as We Know Them - Legally, livestock animals are a form of personal property. The NAIS plan refers to a "national herd" (Plan p.8) which clearly indicates the government's vision: private ownership rights will be destroyed, and no one will be allowed to birth, hatch, own, or transfer any head of livestock without government permission. We can take our shotguns and walk over our neighbor's property, but if children ride their ponies to their neighbors, or a farmer gives a couple chickens to a neighbor, that will have to be registered with the government.
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Ag BUMP... yes, we have been discussing this on the horse list, and there is a "farm rights" list here as well that is active in fighting this... make sure to join us!
But this appears to be a new article. Thanks for posting it!
If I eat meat from animals that have these tags. Hamburgers, for example, does that mean I will have these rfids lingering in my body...to be identified as an animal. And if they do linger to be id'd as an rfid noahs ark......that...s*cks.
Any word if they are doing this in farming of fish?
They seem to want to do anything but just test the quality of the meat....which is forbidden by the govt. Figure that out.
To my knowledge, tags are not left in the processed meat. Whether or not the package will someday be RFID tagged is another matter.
I don't know about the fish, but others more versed in NAIS will surely have the skinny on that. It's pretty creepy.
The agri link is a category in General Chat. That is ok though, the NAIS articles should be in the Front Page category. I've been keywording them 'tagging'.
Yes, aquaculture is included.
I was wondering how you would track fish eaten by a visiting egret myself :P
whoops, now it is in blogger :(
I think you would be able to track the egret.......LOL
Will the gov't be able to track and clean up all the pollution that will be "passed" around all over the place.
Gov't enforced polluting..............
You would be able to track the egret???
You are impressive!
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