Very Interesting!

Well, I tried to post an update about food s_vereignty, which is apparently some kind of tripwire word these days! While updating my own blog, I got a warning of “malicious content” on a draft page of my blog by covering developments in the Wisconsin farmer Vern_n Hershberg_r’s r_w milk “trial.” Yes, quotes are appropriate for that absurd example of cens_rship and attempted miscarriage of justice, and the jurors themselves have come forward to say so.

Since I would like to continue to have access to my own blog, as well as have other people maintain access to my blog, I will just summarize here that the jurors discovered the court’s chicanery and corruption after the fact, contacted the judge to request leniency on sentencing, and have since befriended Vern_n Hershberger and plan to join his r_w m_lk co-op after feeling misled and regretful of their verdict.

To further summarize, Vernon was found not guilty on three accounts, but the jury found him guilty on disobeying a holding order, which … had they been allowed accurate information on what the holding order was for … they would have found irrelevant. He received a token fine and court costs, which were immediately paid by a supporter. He will serve no jail time. This trial began as an attempt to ram through a highly repressive agenda and set a precedent. It is rapidly having the exact opposite effect as more and more people become aware of the issues.

This is a great example of the importance of an informed j_ry and an informed population willing to defend our own rights regarding what does or does not go into our own bodies. I will just leave the update at that since my blog only flashes with a warning when I “Save Draft” and “Preview” the original article I meant to post, which included links to various online accounts of these developments.

Gotta love internet cens_rship. I’ll be turning this one over to the Goddess of S_vereignty and the Land, too, just like I made a special request regarding the Hershberg_r trial. Control freaks are fighting a losing battle, but if they still want to play this game, I’m willing to make additional Full Moon intentions and requests. Thanks, Powers that “Be” (So Obviously Psychotic!), for clarifying another area of renewed and intensified magickal focus.

Monsanto

13 responses to this post.

  1. To further summarize, Vernon was found not guilty on three accounts, but the jury found him guilty on disobeying a holding order, which … had they been allowed accurate information on what the holding order was for … they would have found irrelevant. He received a token fine and court costs, which were immediately paid by a supporter. He will serve no jail time.

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  2. This trial began as an attempt to ram through a highly repressive agenda and set a precedent. It is rapidly having the exact opposite effect as more and more people become aware of the issues.

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  3. Monsanto doesn’t directly have anything to do with this trial, but I liked the image and sentiment. 🙂

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  4. 🙂 🙂 🙂 ~G

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  5. Posted by bob jones on June 23, 2013 at 10:00 pm

    Telling the truth has become illegal in this country. You get censored if you get too close to the truth. Real Americans need to turn the table on these cowardly, corruptocrats who go after those who produce healthy food, they need to be sued after their illegal raids and prosecutions. Individually and collectively sued to stop their illegal actions. Incredibly despicable people.

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  6. Yep. They would be wise to accept the legal route, as it will go better for them than when more people wake up. Those in Congress and this Administration would be wise to get a backbone and pronto, too. A time will come soon when they will realize that Anais Nin was right: “And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” Buds that never flower will be pulled out as useless weeds. All this time that they’re siding with big $$, bribes and blackmail, yet there will come a time when the revelations of whatever blackmail or threats are less intimidating than the billions of sleeping people soon to be breaking down their doors… It’s coming… they would be wise to heed the Washer at the Ford as a final warning and mend their ways.

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  7. Posted by beth on June 23, 2013 at 11:49 pm

    love that picture and who would not want to give the finger to Monsanto who knows what they stand for; that’s just a momentary satisfaction…although does hit the mark temporarily! yet when more and more folks see them for what they really are and protest in numbers, avoid their “frankenfoods” and go for organic…yes, indeed that’s so powerful a finger it puts a grreeat big smile on my face! I so look forward to that day, indeed…:) 🙂 🙂

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  8. Posted by beth on June 23, 2013 at 11:51 pm

    ps: maybe these are the times where truths must come out and then we can truly be rid of the corrupt greed on our beautiful mother earth ❤

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  9. […] the Vernon Hershberger raw milk co-op “trial” outlawing discussion of “co-ops” and “raw milk” and the “trial” […]

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  10. […] More Lessons in Negotiation and signs of sanity in jurors: […]

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  11. […] can only hope we will continue to see signs of sanity in US Courts, as in the Vernon Hershberger jury’s activism, the acquittal of the chalk protestor, and the backing down of Washington Metro Transit’s […]

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