Date: Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 9:33 AM
Subject: Monsanto Fungus – Amish Raw Milk
Is World War Three about to begin on the Korean peninsula?
April 22nd, 2010–“North Korea torpedoed South’s navy ship: Report” says the headline currently running on Reuters.
According to the story, the sinking of a South Korean warship on March 26 was the work of a North Korean submarine. “It is the military intelligence’s assessment that the North attacked with a heavy torpedo,” an unnamed South Korean military source told Yonhap, the news agency. The conclusion is said to be “certain”.
MarketWatch–Thursday, April 22, 2010
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — Higher prices for vegetables helped drive U.S. wholesale prices higher by a seasonally adjusted 0.7% in March, reversing a drop in February, the Labor Department estimated Thursday.
Feds invade farm for 5 a.m. inspection
Serve warrant on farmer up to milk cows
April 22, 2010–
Federal agents invaded an Amish farm in Pennsylvania at 5 a.m. to inspect cow-milking facilities then followed up the next day with a written notice that the farmer was engaged in interstate sale of raw milk in violation of the Public Health Services Act. The farm invaded Tuesday is the one #agents visited in February, driving past "Private Property" signs to demand Allgyer open his property for their inspection, saying, "You have cows. You produce food for human consumption." The case is being publicized by the National Independent Consumers and Farmers Association, which promotes traditional methods of linking farmers with consumers. http://www.wnd.com/index.php?
Raw milk bill passes state Assembly, heads to Doyle — The state Assembly early Friday morning passed 60-35 a controversial bill that would allow farmers to sell untreated milk at their farms. The issue has struck a chord with many consumers and segments of the farm community who tout milk – straight from the udder – as a safe product with many healthful properties. The bill had already passed the Senate and now goes to Gov. Jim Doyle, who has said he would sign a raw milk bill under the right circumstances. The bill’s lead sponsor, Rep. Chris Danou (D-Trempealeau), said the bill would help small farmers make a better living.
Sussman talks 'Climategate' with Hannity
Deadly New Fungus Emerging in Oregon Expected to Spread
Thu Apr 22, 2010– California next? While scientists aren't sure how the highly infectious or virulent fungus emerged in Oregon, they caution the new strain now looks set to expand to California and other neighboring areas.
"This novel fungus is worrisome because it appears to be a threat to otherwise healthy people," Byrnes said. "Typically, we more often see this fungal disease associated with transplant recipients and HIV-infected patients, but that is not what we are seeing yet." …Symptoms can appear two or more months after exposure. Most people never develop symptoms, but those infected may have a cough lasting weeks, sharp chest pain, shortness of breath, headache related to meningitis, fever, nighttime sweats and weight loss. In animals the symptoms are a runny nose, breathing problems, nervous system problems and raised bumps under the skin.
Treatment requires months to years of antifungal medications, and even surgery to remove the large masses of the fungus [VGIIc] known as cryptococcomas that can develop in the body. So far it cannot be prevented, as there is no vaccine.
Many sick airline passengers never reported
Deadly airborne fungus in Oregon set to spread
The new, rare strain has killed 1 in 4 infected, researchers say
MSNBC –April 22, 2010 —
A deadly, airborne new strain of fungus has emerged in Oregon. It has killed nearly one out of four known affected people so far and might also attack animals ranging from dogs to dolphins. And it is likely to spread, researchers now warn. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/
Potentially deadly fungus spreading in U.S. and Canada
– A potentially deadly strain of fungus is spreading among animals and people in the northwestern United States and the Canadian province of British Columbia, researchers reported on Thursday.
10 Things Monsanto Does Not Want You to Know — This is a list of 10 facts about Monsanto and GMOs, and how they can adversely affect your health, local farmers, and the planet.
LA Closing Down Courts Because of Budget Crisis — In the midst of a serious budget crisis, courtrooms in Los Angles are getting shut down and are disrupting everything from divorce and custody proceedings to traffic ticket disputes.
George W. Bush Internet Freedom Fighter? Are You Kidding Me? — Well if things in this video are true, George W. Bush is now a freedom fighter against Internet tyranny. Russia today covers that are former president the one person who brought us the patriot act, the person that made torture to be the norm, the man who put us into two unconstitutional wars only to be continued by Obama, is now a good guy.
Jim Rogers: Next Recession Will Be Much Worse — While optimistic that the US dollar is an okay place to be in the short-term for technical reasons, Rogers says the currency is terribly-flawed over the long-term. He believes inflation is here, as prices are already going up.
There is Literally Excrement in Your Salad — A recent Consumer Reports investigation has revealed that bagged salads labeled "pre-washed" or "triple-washed" may not be as clean as they appear. Of the 208 samples taken from 16 different brands of bagged salad, researchers found that nearly 40 percent of them were tainted with bacteria often found in fecal material.
Ohio Loses 70% of Their Bee Population — It's a bizarre mystery for bee keepers: Why are so many honeybees dying?
Washington Think Tank Predicts New Mideast War -April 23, 2010 | Arutz Sheva