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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Governments rolling over when we need them

A few weeks ago I mentioned the world wide battle of those who are opposed to the United Nations Codex Ailimentarius laws to regulate all food world-wide.  

Those laws are gradually being implemented all pervasively around the world but they have some opposition.

So it was interesting to see that it isn’t the big governments, the sovereign nations that are rejecting the UN’s police food state, and asserting their sovereignty, but it is the little local areas.

In Maine, just north of New Hampshire in good ol US of A, local governments there are asserting their  local authority, as they have done historically, by passing local ordinances to allow citizens their God given rights to “"produce, process, sell, purchase, and consume local foods of their choosing," which includes even state- and federally-restricted foods like raw milk.”

It is the sort of response we want ,and deserve, from our Federal Government but do you think Australia is exerting it’s sovereignty for our freedoms?

Turn It Up.

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