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(NaturalNews) After being petitioned for clarification about his decision in a recent legal case involving individuals freedom to consume raw milk and own “shares” of dairy cows, Judge Patrick J. Fiedler vehemently declared that individuals “do not have a fundamental right to consume the foods of their choice,” and essentially reiterated his state’s position that raw milk is simply off limits.
The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund (FTCLDF), on behalf of Zinniker Family Farm in Elkhorn, Wi., and several other farms, filed a lawsuit against the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) back on Feb. 25, 2010, asking it to clarify its interpretation of the law in regards to raw milk (http://www.ftcldf.org/litigation-wi…).
Wisconsin is among the most restrictive US states as far as raw milk is concerned. Raw milk sales to consumers are prohibited — but private cow share agreements in which individuals purchase “shares” of their own cows, are exempted. However, due to the onslaught of raids in recent years against raw dairies, private raw milk buying clubs, and even raw milk cow share programs, the plaintiffs simply wanted to clarify Wisconsin’s stance concerning these alternate forms of accessing raw milk.
And they got their answer. According to a recent report byThe Complete Patient, Judge Fiedler believes that no individual has a “fundamental right” to consumeanyfood without government permission. Even though the Ninth Amendment to the US Constitution establishes that the government has no business interfering in the affairs of individuals outside of what has been specifically enumerated to it, which, of course, includes freedom of food choice, Judge Fiedler apparently believes otherwise.
To summarize Judge Fiedler’s response, which was obviously written in an arrogant and condescending tone, individuals have no fundamental right to own or use dairy cows, to consume the milk from their own cows, to board their cows off their own property, or even to produce and consume the foods of their own choice, period.
You can read Judge Fiedler’s entire disturbing response here:
Groups like FTCLDF will continue to challenge such illegal and unconstitutional restrictions against raw milk, particularly in individual states like Wisconsin where officials have illegally prohibited it. But individuals that value this priceless freedom must also also stand up and resist Big Brother’s concerted assault against food freedom, no matter form it may take.
Sources Info for this Story include: http://www.thecompletepatient.com/journal/2011/9/15/wi-judge-to-zinniker-ftcldf-no-fundamental-right-to-own-a-co.html
My Comment : The videos make again clear what police brutality and other unlawful acts of the NYPD did find place at the protests.
Concerns are growing of split in the eurozone over the terms of Greece’s second 190 billion euro (£166 billion) bailout, as the president of the European Commission warned that the EU faces its “greatest challenge” over the spiralling debt crisis.
Up to seven of the eurozone’s 17 members are reported to be unhappy with the current bailout deal for Greece, and are arguing in private for creditors to accept a bigger write down on their Greek bond holdings.
The split has emerged due to concerns that the situation regarding Greece’s sovereign debt is even more dire than previously thought.
German and Dutch officials are said to be leading the push for the private sector to take on more of the losses. France and the European Central Bank are said to be opposing the move.
Jose Manuel Barroso, the head of the European Commission, told MEPs on Wednesday that the EU now faces its “greatest challenge”, but remains confident that Greece will stay in the eurozone.
“This is not a sprint but a marathon,” he said in his annual State of the Union address in Strasboug.
He also proposed a tax on financial transactions and eurobonds while urging members to consider an even closer economic union.
Chancellor George Osborne has previously said he opposes the tax, arguing that it would simply cause foreign exchange markets to move overseas.
Meanwhile there have been renewed protests in Athens after politicians agreed to impose an unpopular new property tax via electricity bills.
Up to 1,000 demonstrators protested on Syntagma Square as police fired tear gas to break up the crowds.
The tax, which would levy 16 euros per square metre of property, will affect around 70 per cent of the Greek population who own their own homes. By attaching the tax to the electricity bill, those who refuse to pay run the risk of having their electricity service turned off.
The move is designed to plug the near 2 billion euro budget gap between revenue and debt.