Did Obama Just Arrange For The Destruction Of Non-GMO Agriculture in the US?


By Exopolitics

Obama’s recent executive order is a both a globalization of control over “health” and its militarization.

Section 1 of the order, ‘Policy,’ lays out what the focus will be for the response plan:

As articulated in the National Strategy for Countering Biological Threats and implemented in Presidential Policy Directive 2 (PPD-2), promoting global health security is a core tenet of our national strategy for countering biological threats, the order states. “No single nation can be prepared if other nations remain unprepared to counter biological threats; therefore, it is the policy of the United States to advance the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA),which is a multi-faceted, multi-country initiative intended to accelerate partner countries’ measurable capabilities to achieve specific targets to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease threats (GHSA targets), whether naturally occurring, deliberate, or accidental.”

Potentially backed by the U.S. military if necessary, the order includes support from major worldwide organizations.

The roles, responsibilities, and activities described in this order will support the goals of the International Health Regulations (IHR) and will be conducted, as appropriate, in coordination with the World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction, the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL), and other relevant organizations and stakeholders.

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To advance the achievement of the GHSA targets and to support the implementation of the IHR within partner countries, each executive department, agency, and office (agency) shall, as appropriate, partner, consult, and coordinate with other governments, international financial institutions, international organizations, regional organizations, economic communities, and nongovernmental stakeholders, including the private sector.”

Finally here is the section on the Department of Defense and how it plans to back up the aforementioned order:

The DOD may ‘facilitate implementation and coordination of Department of Defense programs to further the GHSA, as well as provide technical expertise to measure and evaluate progress in countries the United States has made a commitment to assist…’”

It fits with this executive order which includes a take over of all food and animals (which are viewed as commodities and are capable of being ingested) in the US.


This is what the globalists did to hogs in Korea.

South Korean Pigs With Foot-And-Mouth Disease Buried Alive

This broke the back of independent farmers and almost instantly turned a strongly food producing country into one dependent on corporate imports.

The Republic of Korea belongs to the OIE (World Organization for Animal Health) which directed this operation.  OIE had military out in Hazmat outfits dumping live hogs from trucks into pits, as though they were some imminent hazard to people.

South Korean health officials in protective gear prepare to slaughter ...

The hazmat suits were effective for media and the OIE to promote fear and urgency over literally nothing.  Burying the animals alive violated OIE’s own guidelines.

FMD is 100% harmless to people and so is eating animals who have it. The animals usually recover from it.

This insanty is comparable to military entering a home in hazmat outfits to take away a family because one of them may have a cold or flu.

So Cui Bono? ….

FMD Outbreak in South Korea Will Be Felt for Years

“…. With an estimated one-third of the country’s 9.9 million-head swine herd culled and a sharp drop in local pork supplies, the marketplace is struggling to find a new equilibrium.

“Imports look to fill a large portion of the supply gap, but sharply higher prices may cause noticeable consumption shifts. In addition, Korean farmers are trying to evaluate longer-term industry competitiveness in the face of new free-trade agreements that will lower the cost of new imports from the United States and Europe. Despite the uncertainty, U.S. pork trade prospects look very favorable throughout the year.

“The rapid destruction of so much of Korea’s herd is causing worldwide pork market ripples as the full implications of the epidemic become more apparent. In 2010, domestic pork accounted for almost 81% of total Korean consumption. Last year, imports of 290,000 metric tons (319,000 tons) of pork meat – excluding offal and fats – ranked Korea as the fifth-largest pork importer in the world.

“Now, pork imports are expected to get much larger ….”

10 million animals were slaughtered in foot and mouth cull in the UK

These were almost all perfectly healthy cattle who were slaughtered because an outbreak was “declared” (was there one?).  The OIE had changed its rules from testing animals and then killing sick ones on a farm to finding a single case and killing all animals (untested) within an large area.  Most are completely healthy,

The small farmers are wrecked, the country ceases being able to feed itself, and where it once exported, the country now must import.  Such countries are then forced to import from such big global operations as JBS in Brazil …. where FMD is rampant.  But the globalists are not about to call in the OIE to destroy their own business.

Industrial agriculture has power over the OIE and FAO at the UN.  The organizations, disguised as independent, public serving agencies, in a sense front for a global corporate food monopoly as they act as global food and animal “health” rule makers.  In fact, they serve corporate interests with the OIE instigating mass slaughter on behalf of the global animal exporters and the biotech industry (see below), and demanding animal vaccines of farmers, on behalf the corporate animal vaccine makers, they also serve.   And the FAO does loyal corporate service as well.


Hundreds of civil society organizations accused the FAO of favoring Monsanto and pushing transgenic crops.  But what the FAO is accused to doing applies to animals, not just plants:

“It is unacceptable that FAO endorses the need for intellectual property for corporations.  This amounts to FAO support for corporate biopiracy since the genetic resources that corporations seek to patent result[s] from the collective breeding work of farmers over thousands of years”

See how corporate power worked out in Korea around cattle ….

Food Safety on the Butcher’s Block

“….  Korea, like many other countries, enacted a complete ban on U.S. beef when a case of BSE [mad cow disease] was detected in the United States in 2003. Ever since, the United States has pushed hard to regain valuable beef export markets in Korea and elsewhere through a twin process of defining its own BSE inspection system and getting the rest of the world to accept this system as safe. Not being able to convince authorities in key markets like Japan and Korea about the merits of its BSE control efforts, the United States has looked for leverage elsewhere, mainly with the World Animal Health Organization (OIE), the international standard setting body for animal health recognized by the WTO. The U.S. strategy at the OIE has been to change the guidelines covering trade from countries with BSE so that a country’s status is based not on the presence of BSE but on a “scientific risk assessment” of the safeguards that a country adopts to keep BSE out of exports.

The United States moved this process along in 2003 by creating a new status of “minimal risk” for countries exporting to the United States. It then successfully pushed for a resolution at the OIE in 2005, which was adopted in 2006, where the five original categories for classifying a country were reduced to three and modified into the new categories of “negligible BSE risk,” “controlled BSE risk,” and “undetermined BSE risk.” Moreover, where the OIE previously only ruled on a country’s claim to be BSE-free, now the OIE could rule on whether a country should be considered a “controlled risk”, greatly facilitating that country’s ability to export. At its May 2007 General Session in Paris, with Korean protestors outside in the streets, the OIE issued its first list of “controlled risk” counties, with the United States not surprisingly making the cut.

Dr. Vandana Shiva:

There are three aspects to the reaction of the FMD epidemic that make me terribly uneasy.

First, while it is clear that globalisation of trade and increased movement of animals has spread the disease, the UK government continues to support increased liberalisation of agricultural trade in the World Trade Organisation. The half million livestock being killed are a ritual sacrifice to the gods of global markets. Shutting the countryside down while keeping borders open to trade will not prevent spread of disease – either coming in through imports or going out through exports. 

Second, the export obsession that is an intrinsic part of globalisation also leads to a blindness to the welfare of animals and farmers. Thousands of livestock can be annihilated, hundreds of farmers ruined to maintain the “vaccine free” status of exports. Neither the farmers nor farm animals count in the calculus of free trade. That is why farmers are committing suicide in thousands in India, and animals are being killed in thousands in the UK.

Third, the same agencies that refuse to act in the public interest on issues of food safety related to GMOs are willing to cull farm animals infected by a non-fatal disease. These are double standards. On the basis of the precautionary principle, the UK government should ban GMOs instead of killing harmless animals if it is concerned about safety of food and agriculture.“—Dr Vandana Shiva

The very idea of disease-free animals and disease-free people fuels the appetite for genetic engineering. It decreases our levels of tolerance and resilience. It breeds fear, anxiety and paranoia – the kind of fear that is moving the military might of Britain to declare a war against its hoofed inhabitants. This paranoia suits the genetic engineering industry perfectly. By exterminating farm animals, the option of small organic farms is eroded. By creating a fear of disease, a new market is created for [PATENTED] Dolly, and Polly and Tracy and all their clones.


“We should stop this war against farm animals. Without them we will never be able to build a sustainable farming future.”

That is the point.

For this patenting regime to work, normal animals must be gotten rid of.  Only then can the biotech industry control all food. Similarly, organic seeds must be eliminated and organic crops sprayed “for bioterrorism safety.”

And that has been arranged for.


Seeds – How to criminalize them

The multiple ways Monsanto is putting normal seeds out of reach

Raids on Seeds (LIFE, itself)

In line with these threats on seeds but going much further, Obama just signed an order to deal with biosecurity threats by uniting an international agency behind massive uncalled-for animal slaughter that aids biotech in removing normal animals to move toward patented ones, with an agency favoring Monsanto and supporting corporate biopiracy using patents over t”he collective breeding work of farmers over thousands of years,” with “other governments [controlled by the corporations], international financial institutions [the bankers], international organizations [run by the corporations and bankers], regional organizations [controlled by the corporations and bankers], economic communities [controlled by the corporations and bankers], and nongovernmental stakeholders [controlled by the corporations and bankers], including the private sector [the corporations themselves]” and the military.

Is the government planning to wipe out animals and organic food in the service of the biotech industry and global corporate control over all food, Kissinger’s plan for controlling countries? If one looks back to 2012 and what Stanford and Homeland Security did, it certainly seems so.

Homeland Security is Working for Monsanto

“Stanford has HUGE stakes in bioterrorism preparedness that includes homeland security funding, as well as having a seat on the National Institutes of Health’s Office of Biotechnology Activities. Stanford also has an entire department that concentrates on agricultural biosecurity. An important goal of the network – which is funded by the Homeland Security Act – is to coordinate diagnostic and scientific expertise in agricultural production and security in regard to agricultural pests and pathogens that could be used in bio-terrorism.

To that end, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has taken the position that organic farming, such as free-ranging chickens and cows and non-GM seeds that you can’t “control” are potential biosecurity threats. USDA has even begun putting, in writing, directives on how they want organic farming “contained” – which resembles turning organic farms into nothing more than factory farms. 17

Stanford and Homeland Security have set up organic farming (and non-industrial cattle ranching and animal husbandry) as a biosecurity target of the militarized “health security” executive order Obama just signed.

See “Getting Past A Wall of Mirrors” To Stop A Coup Already Underway” for more of what Obama and the corporations have planned.

Image: optimisman.com

This post (Did Obama Just Arrange For The Destruction Of Non-GMO Agriculture in the US?) by Exopolitics, where it originally appeared and appears on NaturalBlaze.com with permission.

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