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, August 4, 2011

"Forgive them father, they know not what they do."

A more optimistic man might still believe this, me, I don't. I know that because I'm a self sustainable farmer that makes me an enemy of the state and I know that the goons involved in enforcing unconstitutional laws and doctrines are just as bad as the assholes who put them up to it. There is no acceptable level of "I'm just doing my job" when it comes down to law enforcement agencies enforcing a strong arm agenda from a transnational corporation or unconstitutional alphabet agency on a small business or farm. The S.S. were simply performing their jobs, it was still murder.

If your reading this thinking to yourself; "What the hell has happened to set him off" I'll simply refer you to a few links:

1. Industrial Turkey Recall due to Salmonella

"The illnesses date back to March, and the CDC said Monday that cultures of ground turkey from four retail locations between March 7 and June 27 showed salmonella contamination. The agency said preliminary information showed that three of the samples have been linked to the same production establishment but did not name the retailers or the manufacturer."

To boot they didn't release the names of the offenders until today and what are they gonna get, a slap on the hand? How about a big government subsidy to help them tidy up the place..........might as well given what else happened today.

Meanwhile "back at the ranch" as they say.....

2. Rawesome Foods gets raided by government goons carrying live weapons for selling products containing raw milk which never made anyone sick in the first place! To boot, the owner is being held on $123,000 dollar bail!

Seems all of our liberty hating, slave mongering, regulatory enforcing, bullshit, useless, tax eating, cock sucking alphabet agencies were invovled too. Hmmm, perhaps they haven't checked their budget (along with their constitution) but where do they get their money for carying out such operations when we are fucking broke as a country?

Theres a word for these behaviors; RAPE. Plain and simple. It's time to start standing up and getting the word out that consumers will not be told what can and cannot be put in their body and that the days of open doors between agriculture and industrial transnationals and alphabet agencies are coming to an end and that the police in particular have a constitutional duty and obligation not to carry out illegal orders!

I also happened across this particularly disturbing bit of news I'd missed in the spring.

And for what? What fucking law and under what authority? Maybe if you ignorant punks would spend some time doing your actual job and focusing on the over processed, over anti-bacterialized, dyed red to look good in the case, sprayed with chemicals to preserve it over a period of months, agri-businesss bullshit that is marketed daily to the American public we would truly have far fewer deaths due to food related illness. Instead, you would rather put truly small (don't give me any shit Perdue and Tyson producers, though they have you tied up where they want you you signed up for it) farmers out of business. And why? Because it doesn't behoove them for self suficency to thrive, for you to know how to grow your own food or how to make money not working for a nameless, faceless, death loving, corprate scum fuck corporations or at the very least understand how all of this is spiralling out into an endless shithole third world country type of situation.

We all know how all of this is going to end. One look at the geo-political situation coupled with the economy and over burdensom government and it isn't hard to suss out.

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