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Texas SWAT team raids an organic farm and growing your own food is like printing your own money

Recently, a Texas SWAT team raided an organic farm in Texas while they were supposedly looking for marijuana. The raid took about 10 hours and many organic plants and vegetables including blackberries, lamb’s quarters and okra were destroyed during the raid process while the police failed to find any evidence on drugs.

According to realfarmacy.com, the Garden of Eden was raided by a SAWT team that included the police officers and code compliance employees. Witnesses say that unmanned flying drones and helicopters were circling around the property few days before the raid to gather intelligence information on the farm.


All the 8 adults present at the house in the farm were handcuffed by heavily armed police officers, including a mother of a 22-month old and 2-week old. After several hours of search, due to the pressure from the community, the City Police Officers finally gave two warrants. The first warrant was for growing and distributing marijuana illegally (which the officers failed to find any evidence) and the second warrant was to do with code compliance violations such as tall grass and storage in the yard.

While local farmers and organic producers are pushed out of business, the Wall Street gangs, Banksters and Board of directors for chemical and biotech companies get numerous bonuses: 

The Garden of Eden isn’t the first and the last organic farm that has been the victim of a raid by a SWAT team.  One would wonder why only in US, organic farmers and local producers are treated like terrorists.

Few years ago, Rawsome grocery store in California was raided by FDA agents and SWATS team while the heavily armed police officers literally destroyed the organic co-op store and poured all the organic meat, fruits, vegetables and fresh dairy down the drain. Here is more.

As a matter of fact, since 1985, FDA has raided many organic farms including Rawsome co-op (California), Wyldewood Cellars (Kansas), Hartmann Farms (Minnesota), Morningland Dairy (Missouri) and Camino de Paz Montessori School and Farm (New Mexico).

Thousands of your tax dollars are wasted on governmental raids while Wall Street Criminals and Frankenfood companies make billions of dollars and get away with poisoning your family and friends.  Not to mention that the people in key positions of the Federal regulatory agencies like FDA and USDA have been working or lobbying for the giant Frankenfood companies including Monsanto and DuPont. Here is the list of individuals with strong ties to biotech that are working for FDA and USDA: http://www.seattleorganicrestaurants.com/vegan-whole-foods/dupont-history/#FDA

Growing your own food is like printing your own money

Plating your own garden or buying organic local produce is the same as showing a finger to Multibillion dollar corporate bureaucrats who want to sell their chemicals and pesticides in your food and make money from the other end which is treating the medical conditions caused by carcinogens and chemicals in our food supply.

However, many people are becoming aware that planting your own garden is the best way to eat healthy and nutritious foods without chemicals and pesticides, but, more and more states are enforcing laws and regulations that prohibit planting private gardens. But people will always find ways to grow their own garden through hard work and dedication. Before planting your own organic seeds, review the local laws regarding the restrictions on your vegetable garden. http://www.ehow.com/facts_7726467_vegetable-garden-restriction-law.html





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