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Vydunas

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Amish farmer victim of raw milk sting
« on: March 09, 2006, 11:44:35 am »

http://blog.case.edu/jeffrey.quick/2006/03/09/amish_farmer_victim_of_raw_milk_sting

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From Cleveland's Journal of Bourgeois Marxist Culture:

    Meet Millersburg farmer Arlie Stutzman, who's had a Grade B dairy license for 12 years, allowing him to sell milk to local cheese factories. On September 20, an undercover ag agent visited his farm and asked to buy a gallon of milk.

    It's a no-no for a farmer to sell milk directly, so Stutzman offered to just give it to the man if he were truly in need. But the guy insisted on leaving two bucks. The agent then fetched an unmarked container from his car and had Stutzman's son fill it with milk.

    For the sin of selling in an unlabeled container, Stutzman had his license yanked. At an administrative hearing, he argued that the Amish faith taught him to share food with anybody in need, and asked that his penalty be reduced to a 60-day license suspension. His plea was rejected by department director Fred Dailey, who's also mean to baby deer and people in wheelchairs. Stutzman now faces additional fines if convicted at an April 17 hearing.

    "I never realized that being generous and sharing food is a crime in Ohio," says Stutzman.
He's got some contact info on there too.
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Re: Amish farmer victim of raw milk sting
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2006, 11:52:20 am »

I wonder if any of this poor man's neighbors have any hungry hogs?
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Re: Amish farmer victim of raw milk sting
« Reply #2 on: March 09, 2006, 12:20:31 pm »

I wonder if any of this poor man's neighbors have any hungry hogs?
Like these?
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=49174
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Re: Amish farmer victim of raw milk sting
« Reply #3 on: March 09, 2006, 12:59:22 pm »

How is it possible to "disturb the peace of the dead?"

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Re: Amish farmer victim of raw milk sting
« Reply #4 on: March 09, 2006, 01:08:58 pm »

I dunno. How is it that worms and bacteria can desecrate a body, but I'd face jail time for the same offence?
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Re: Amish farmer victim of raw milk sting
« Reply #5 on: March 09, 2006, 02:55:55 pm »

Talk about a Facsist bullying police state!  Who could be more harmless and helpful to people in need than some innocent little Amish farmer who produces milk for a living.  I wonder how all the people of previous centuries made it as our country was first established and settled without that govt strong arm there to prevent any milk being sold without some government man charging a price to say it was OK and safe?!?  You folks are right about the hungary hog part. 

Typical of these cowardly bullying bureaucrats to harass people who are not dangerous/violent by nature like the Amish.  B@$+@RD$!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Amish farmer victim of raw milk sting
« Reply #6 on: March 10, 2006, 01:17:20 pm »

Well, my take is that this is the campaign from the Elite - starting small, mind you:

To discourage us, The People, from helping each other.

This started at the Time of the hurricanes in New Orleans, esp. you heard it with Katrina, where just about EVERY private individual and group came forward with ALL the necessities

AND WERE TURNED AWAY BY FEMA.

I got the idea then.  It's not just one instance, but pay attention to the news and put the instances together. TPTB mean business. And the time is coming when people will need really  help and the general public will be discouraged.

Yet it is human nature to feel compassion - even to the neighbor we hate. People are stupid and shitty in general - apathetic and indifferent, etc.

But we'll just have to give in to our human feelings. Somehow, not withstanding what religion teaches that "humancs are evil in their soul." It's the opposite - humans are "golden" in their soul.

We'll just have to give in to our basic feelings, eh?
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Re: Amish farmer victim of raw milk sting
« Reply #8 on: March 10, 2006, 11:23:17 pm »


This guy is contradicting himself:

Professor Charles White, a food science and dairy specialist at Mississippi State University, said that most raw milk probably is fine for consumption. He said many people - particularly those on dairy farms - drink unpasteurized milk with no problems.

But he said a farm setting - hardly the most sterile of environments - increases the risk of a tainted final product. White, like many other food-safety experts, equated the consumption of raw milk products with playing a dietary version of Russian roulette.




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Re: Amish farmer victim of raw milk sting
« Reply #9 on: March 11, 2006, 01:09:43 am »

When I was up in canada there was a dairy farm that got selling milk to "anything other than the government Milk board" and they hauled his ass off to jail......booted his family out onto the streets, and slaughtered his entire herd
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Re: Amish farmer victim of raw milk sting
« Reply #10 on: March 11, 2006, 03:34:39 pm »

As I should have figured, the Weston A. Price Foundation has "more and better" on this:

http://www.westonaprice.org/federalupdate/aa2006/actionalert_022706.html



They're fishing for a way to make cow shares illegal too.
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Re: Amish farmer victim of raw milk sting
« Reply #11 on: March 11, 2006, 06:37:40 pm »

When I was up in canada there was a dairy farm that got selling milk to "anything other than the government Milk board" and they hauled his ass off to jail......booted his family out onto the streets, and slaughtered his entire herd

I wonder how those fuckers would like it if the same thing were done to them.

...notthatIwouldeveradvocateanythingillegal... :thinking:
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Re: Amish farmer victim of raw milk sting
« Reply #12 on: June 28, 2006, 12:27:17 pm »

Update: He got his license back, but.....
Ohio cracking down on Amish dairies


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The department revoked Stutzman's license in February. In April, he got back his license, which allows him to sell to cheese houses and dairies, but received a warning not to sell raw milk to consumers again.

"You can't just give milk away to someone other then yourself. It's a violation of the law," said LeeAnne Mizer, spokeswoman for the department.

GIVING milk away is against the law now. :thinking: Let me guess, because the FedGoons regulate the price of milk in this country, this guy is ranked with the rest of the underground economy. :contract:

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Re: Amish farmer victim of raw milk sting
« Reply #13 on: June 28, 2006, 02:48:58 pm »

From the price foundation link:
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Re: Amish farmer victim of raw milk sting
« Reply #14 on: September 06, 2007, 08:52:52 am »

NC fixing to destroy underground milk economy by requiring that all raw milk in the state be dyed. (But not red, that's for fuel.)

Dyed raw milk? State likes charcoal

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Call it mooo-shine.

Raw, unpasteurized milk occupies a dicey niche under North Carolina law. Despite a prohibition on sale for human consumption, enthusiasts work to find regular supplies and regulators work equally hard to make sure it's difficult to come by.

On Friday, the N.C. Board of Agriculture is scheduled to take action aimed at cutting off one part of the state supply chain.

Farmers can legally sell raw milk as "pet milk," for consumption by dogs and other animals. An administrative rule the board is scheduled to adopt would require that this milk be labeled "not for human consumption" and dyed charcoal.

Only the twisted mind of a bureaucrat could come up with a solution so "elegant." :rolleyes:

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