Call it the My Lard Massacre. It makes you wonder just which one is the real invading species in this sorry scenario: the unsuspecting Michigan swine population rendered into premature pork chops by way of government edict, or the ham fisted posse of Natural Resources agents who were presumably ‘just following orders':
Conspiracy, Capital C: Michigan Farmers Learn Hard Way How Agenda 21 Affects Them (Godfather Politics)
Liberals love to dismiss any talk of a global plan to take over small farms and destroy private ownership as “conspiracy theory.”
Michigan farmers are starting to learn that there’s nothing theoretical about it and the conspiracy is quite real.
NaturalNews.com reports that the state’s Department of Natural Resources recently conducted at least two armed raids on pig farmers, including bringing the entire goon squad of at least six vehicles and about a dozen armed officers.
Were the farmers criminals?
According to the DNR they were, and the raids included felony arrest warrants. But the actual crime was … raising pigs.
Under an “invasive species order,” or ISO, the state of Michigan has declared the pig farmers’ livestock to be an invasive species, and the raids were planned for the purpose of killing said pigs.
The Invasive Species Order (ISO) went into effect April 1, 2012. The order was issued by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources(DNR) in December 2010 to prohibit “feral” swine which are identified by such ubiquitous characteristics that most any swine, especially heritage breeds raised on family farms, are unjustly threatened with eradication.
ED.NOTE: fe·ral (fîrl, fr-) adj.
1. a. Existing in a wild or untamed state. b. Having returned to an untamed state from domestication.
2. Of or suggestive of a wild animal; savage: a feral grin.[From Latin fera, wild animal, from ferus, wild; see ghwer- in Indo-European roots.]
The new ISO now defines all open-range pigs raised on small family farms as illegal “invasive species,” and all farmers who raise them as felons. The MDNR declared that it would “destroy” all such pigs beginning in April, even indicating they would raid local farms with government-issued rifles.
It’s somewhat ironic that a state nicknamed after an actual feral animal (the wolverine) would see fit to attack Porky Pig and his pudgy barnyard cronies. But it seems like every government agency worth its salt is being issued assault weapons these days, including, probably, the Library of Congress. No one should be surprised when they start using them.