Alfred Reed Bishop and Doris William Butler

The picture above is the very tap root of Bishop's Homegrown/Face Of The Earth Seed. My grandparents shortly after moving to Pekin Indiana from Greensburg KY in 1947 where they purchased the farm that is now Bishop's Homegrown. This picture was taken in Pekin in front of the old co-op next to the old railroad depot, neither of which exist today.

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Thursday, June 9, 2011

FDA, reckon that might be short hand for federal dumb ass?

So after years of denial somebody finally decided to admit the truth about arsenic accumulation in U.S. grown CFO chicken meat and yet won't admit that it's deadly because in all their grand naivity and all their presumptious pseudo scientific posturing (as well as, I am sure, a pat on the back and revolving back door deal with Pfizer) they won't admit just how carcinogenic and dangerous it is. Funny how they can ignore the effects of scientifically proven and studied effects of long term exposure to any carcinogen in small doses, known as chronic exposure, and the effects of a lifetime of consuming what amounts to "junk meat", poison meat at that.

And yet we don't have the liberty to drink raw milk or use nutritional supplements (even when clearly labeled with no medical claims) despite the clear fact that we are the sole owners of our bodies and sole decision makers when it comes down to what we put in them (and don't let any beurocratic asshat setting behind a desk tell you otherwise! Assert your liberty!)? I vote for the "you can kiss my ass and I'll consume what I want option" period.

Of course if they were really doing their job we'd have up to date stats on the Fukishima fallout over the midwest too, but that ain't happening any time soon, couldn't have the mass panic they and other alphabet agencies know is coming at some point in the future due to a simple reading (chronically) a few hundred to thousand times the background level now could we, least not until they get the fences built for those of us not so easily domesticated!

No, they'd much rather spend their time sending swat teams after Amish families and food co-ops, can't have the cattle feeding themselves and foraging for healthy items, it doesn't put money in their back pocket and they need someone to remind us they are always in control.

All of this after a commission says what those of us with half a brain have known all along; that roundup ready causes birth defects. I guess my regulatory friends it's a good thing that people are so tied up in fighting with each other over the petty things the shiny box in the corner of the room tells them makes them so different from one another that they don't much notice what your up to right? It is a shame though that so many are waking up all at once, and that even includes some of those voices your buddies in big ag likely thought they had in their pockets. Oh but of course all of these things must be coincidence right? No spider web to weave together here I suppose......

Unless you wonder what ever happened to Epicite corn announced way back in 2001 and just how that might relate to the fact that the U.S. birth rate has actually fallen to an all time low in recent years (sorry dear "the world is over populated and I hate humans" crowd, but the number is falling, happy now?)

All in all it don't take a telescope to see where were headed from here. I am fairly confident we all know we are living in unsustainable times, relying on regulatory agencies and trans national corporations, as well as incompitent government, all of which are tied up in money and bad decision making (as well as puppetry) social engineering, and the sound of war drums, terrorism, and "humanitarian efforts" including the spread of "democracy" via guns, bombs, and god (or whatever they think will get you "behind" them) funded by the same handful of powerful "smiling glad faces with hidden agendas", this only ends one way really, the logical way, back to the earth, grounded in reality.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Great High Mountain.......

No blogs for a while now, not on purpose and most certainly not set to the "ignore" function. Lots and lots of work to do right now, but soon enough I'll be back to my ever "ranty" self. Lot's of good stuff happening, lots of photos coming, lots of theories being formulated, and as ever lots of hard lessons learned which have taught me much.

Daily I am humbled by just how much I still don't know or understand about nature (or mankind for that matter) and yet even when things are not growing (or for that matter going) the way I wish them to, hope persists, though not paralyzing hope as it is not entangled in the web of faith.

Working hard on myself spiritual and investing that energy in the land and animals, it certainly is a tall mountain, but none shall conquer my existence.

I'll be home soon