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What Our Politicians Have Done To America: Part 15

Looking at Goal #14 of the UN’s Agenda 2030 we see they want to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development. 1  This is one that uses the word ‘sustainable’ twice!  Any time we see this term that means their intent to total government control over that area.  In this case it will be any place where there is water.  If you remember correctly the EPA, a precursor to the NOW governing body for water use, attempted in 2015 to garner total control for all water in the United States.  Lakes, streams, ponds and even puddles: 2. Typical liberal mentality gave them the idea that they have the right to violate the rights of American’s to do with their own property what they think best.  The biggest problem with the EPA is that they are an unelected regulatory agency that answers to no one.  That is not anything that the Founders would have allowed, and we should not allow it either.  In reality the EPA should be no more than a 15-20 advisory board.  Being unelected and answerable to no one is a trait of a dictatorial form of government which is exactly what the NOW is.

What this really means is they will control ALL fishing forcing the consumption of farm raised fish which has been proven to be some of the most toxic food on the planet: Environmental experts have warned about the unsustainability of fish farms for over a decade, yet nothing has been done to address such concerns. This is an important issue for me as I consume most of my protein as salmon. I purchase mine from Vital Choice, which is certified wild caught from Alaska.
Most people don’t realize seafood labeled as ‘Alaskan’ cannot be farmed.  Alaska is incredible at protecting their brand when it comes to seafood, and do an excellent job to ensure quality and sustainability.  If you don’t see the ‘Alaska’ label or a logo from the Marine Stewardship Council – the seafood you are buying is likely farmed.
Instead of addressing these issues, government agencies and environmental organizations around the world have consistently chosen to ignore predictions of disaster, both to the environment and human health, to protect instead the profitability of this burgeoning industry.

       Biologist Alexandra Morton, featured in the documentary film Salmon Confidential, has posted a number of recent developments with regards to farmed salmon and human health on her blog.

       During the first two weeks of June, reports of farmed salmon toxicity spread through Norwegian news, and on June 16, the Norwegian Health Department actually went on the record warning against eating too much farmed salmon:

        “We have reviewed the Scientific Committee report again and looked at the recommendations that were there and how this was discussed in the report of the National Nutrition Council in 2011.

        There, they discussed all research related to toxicology and health effects thoroughly, and we have based our evaluations on their report. They did not provide this clarification. Now we see that there is a need for clarifications to pregnant women and young women.” 3

This is the opinion of more than one person.  There are over 55,000 articles addressing this: As described below, we promote one brand of farm-raised Atlantic salmon, HiddenFjord premium salmon which is raised in the Faroe Islands (between Scotland and Iceland) and one brand of king salmon, Ora King Salmon which is raised in New Zealand. 

But most “farmed” salmon can be dangerous to one’s health.  Just one meal a month can pose a high cancer risk.

Farmed or “pen-reared” salmon (usually marketed as Atlantic salmon but sometimes as Canadian king salmon) has generated front page news in the Washington Post because it can contain cancer-causing contaminants (PCBs and dioxins) in dangerous amounts.  These are present in levels sufficient to pose an “unacceptable cancer risk” from eating only one 8 oz. portion per month, according to a peer reviewed study by Dr. David O. Carpenter and his team of scientists as published in “Science” (1/9/04) the Journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).   The source of the contaminants is in the feed given to most “farmed” salmon in their net pens.  European farmed salmon had the highest levels, those from South America had the lowest and those from major U.S. markets, including Washington, D.C., had moderately high levels.  For more specific information on the dangers of eating “farmed” salmon (also marketed as “organic” salmon) and its multiple problems (including escapees, disease and parasite transmission to wild populations, and habitat degradation), click here

Farmed salmon also has to be artificially colored (otherwise it would be gray).  In contrast, wild salmon tastes superb and is the best source of protein one can find.

Wild salmon spend their whole adult lives in the pristine waters of the North Pacific.  Here they feed on natural prey including shrimp and krill (which look like small pink shrimp) and whose pink color is derived from eating algae containing carotenes (canthaxanthin and astaxanthin).  When eaten by the wild salmon their pigments are incorporated into the salmon’s flesh giving it its distinctive coloration.  Sockeye salmon eat higher percentages of shrimp and krill and so are darker red than king and coho salmon whose diet includes large amounts of fish and squid.4

What we are looking at now is the contamination of seafood in the Pacific because of the Fukushima reactor meltdown.  The heart-breaking news from Fukushima just keeps getting worse…a LOT worse…it is, quite simply, an out-of-control flow of death and destruction. TEPCO is finally admitting that radiation has been leaking to the Pacific Ocean all along. and it’s NOT over….

I find myself moving between the emotions of sorrow and anger.

         It now appears that anywhere from 300 to possibly over 450 tons of contaminated water that contains radioactive iodone, cesium, and strontium-89 and 90, is flooding into the Pacific Ocean from the Fukushima Daichi site everyday. To give you an idea of how bad that actually is, Japanese experts estimate Fukushima’s fallout at 20-30 times as high as as the Hiroshima and Nagasaki nuclear bombings in 1945

There’s a lot you’re not being told. Oh, the information is out there, but you have to dig pretty deep to find it, and you won’t find it on the corporate-owned evening news.

The map on this site shows how massive the radiation has spread across the Pacific

Ocean even contaminating the seas around Alaska and inland lakes all long the our West Coast:  It is criminal that the US government is refusing to test the fish coming out of the Pacific Ocean. If I didn’t know any better, I’d say THEY ARE DELIBERATELY TRYING TO KILL THE AMERICAN PEOPLE!!!
What is to become of a nation that is deliberately being poisoned by those who would claim authority over the population and the land?

All of this will cause a massive food shortage and the people will have no control over it because government will be in total control.  Any attempt to operate a private safe fish farm or fishing company will be criminalized.  These will only be allowed for favored corporations who give the biggest contributions to the politician’s campaign. This sounds like those that donated to the Clinton Foundation got favorable decisions the Obama administration.  Just saying that we are seeing a type and shadow of what is coming.

These people seek power and will not give up until they have it.  And as they didn’t like losing the 2016 election we see the hatred and violence they are willing to commit in demanding their right to control all we do.  We must never give up because they won’t.

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