sad kad smo tu, može jedna ozbiljnija tema. jučer sam nešto čituckala i ostala u potpunosti W-T-F
| A new 400 page, “food safety” bill introduced by the New Zealand Parliament in May 2010 has been stealthily making its way through the approval process and may become the law of the land in the near future. The bill is crafted to be in line with obligations to the World Trade Organization with regard to the international scam Codex Alimenatrius, also known as the “Food Book”. |
This bill would seriously undermine efforts of families to be self sufficient by growing their own food. Shockingly, under the language of the bill, growing one’s own food is considered a privilege that can be revoked by the government at any time with non-Codex complying producers the most vulnerable to enforcement action.
Those “registering” to grow food (can you imagine such a thing?) would not be able to receive authorization if they do not comply with food production rules as outlined by Codex.
Distributing food – even for free – is not permitted and the definition of “food” is extremely broad encompassing nutrients, seeds, natural medicines, essential minerals, and even water!
neovisno o tome je li zakon prošao, ili nije, ili će jednog dana proći... već i sama ideja je apsolutno W-T-F
da bude još gore, pročitah ovo u komentarima:
WTF. Seriously. This is getting absurd. In Colorado, I cant legally collect rainwater. Lowes and Home Depot cannot sell water collecting barrel systems in the state of Colorado.
protuzakonito prikupljanje kišnice? W-T-F
? Rainwater harvesting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Some U.S. states have water law in favor of land owners, and some states own all water rights, leaving the owner only water rights the states are willing to grant through permits. For example, in Colorado you may not catch, collect or harvest rainwater from your roof unless you first buy a permit. |
iako ovo zadnje žele promijeniti
. doh! dobro da su se sjetili.