Drug, once available for $50 a dose, now costs $28,000 for a 5-milliliter vial-Congress You are a SORRY BUNCH OF LOWLIFES to allow such as this article points out!!

these two

Obama cut deals with drug companies to win support for Obamacare, threatening them with steeper taxes if they resisted


Obama’s deal was to let drug companies continue to set their own drug prices.

This must not endure.


By Leah Culler, MSN Money:

10 drugs that cost more than a car.

Pharmaceuticals that cost well north of $100,000 for a course of treatment are far from rare these days.

The Affordable Care Act, mean’s that patients with cancer, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and other conditions will pay more toward the cost of their expensive medications. In California, for instance, patients could end up paying as much as 30% of the cost for some pricey drugs, according to The Associated Press. Other states have said they will set flat co-pays, even for high-priced “specialty drugs.”

In case you have been lucky enough not to encounter these drugs, we’re not talking about a $3 bottles of aspirin. Many of these designer drugs can hit six figures for a single course of treatment.

Here are 10 of the priciest drugs currently on the market:


This drug, once available for $50 a dose, now costs $28,000 for a 5-milliliter vial, according to an article last year in The New York Times. The drug, once used primarily to treat spasms in infants, is now marketed by Questcor as a treatment for multiple sclerosis, nephrotic syndrome and rheumatologic conditions.


Avastin, from Genentech, slows the growth of new blood vessels and is prescribed to treat a number of cancers. It has been shown to prolong the lives of some cancer patients by several months, but the medication can cost as much as $100,000 a year.


This drug is used to treat a condition called Gaucher disease, which causes lumps of fat to build up in the heart, brain and spleen. The condition results from a missing enzyme, which used to be replaced using a drug made from human placentas. Cerezyme, a newer version of the drug, is made by Genzyme with genetically engineered hamster cells. The treatment can cost $200,000 per year, and it must be continued for the life of the patient.


This drug, from Shire Human Genetic Therapies, is prescribed to treat Hunter syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that affects males almost exclusively and causes a variety of symptoms, including mental impairment and problems with mobility. Hunter syndrome patients have severely shortened life expectancy. Elaprase, an enzyme replacement therapy, has been found to decrease the symptoms of Hunter syndrome and improve the ability of patients to walk. It costs about $375,000 per year, according to Forbes.


This drug is used to treat patients with T-cell lymphoma who don’t respond to treatment or whose cancer recurs. The drug, made by Allos Therapeutics, works by killing cancer cells, thus shrinking tumors; it costs about $30,000 a month.


This is the newest — and most expensive, at $115,000 a year — of a number of drugs used to treat chronic myeloid leukemia. Ariad, the company behind Iclusig, has said its drug has proved to be effective for patients who aren’t helped by other treatments.


This drug, made by Alexion Pharmaceuticals, is used to treat the rare blood disease paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria, as well as the kidney disorder atypical hemolytic-uremic syndrome. It has been described as the most expensive drug in the world, at an annual cost of $409,500, according to Forbes.


This just-approved treatment for multiple sclerosis from Biogen Idec costs about $55,000 per patient per year. Two earlier oral drugs for MS, Gilenya and Aubagio, cost $60,000 and $45,000, respectively. All three are prescribed to treat flare-ups of symptoms in the relapsing form of MS.


Pfizer last year got Food and Drug Administration approval for this new, more affordable treatment option for rheumatoid arthritis, which is expected to cost $25,000 a year. (It’s about 7% cheaper than other existing options, according to Forbes.com.) European authorities recently recommended against allowing the treatment there, citing concerns about its safety and efficacy.


When this drug came on the market as a treatment for colorectal cancer, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center refused to use it because of its $11,000-a-month price tag. Three doctors from the hospital penned a New York Times opinion piece lashing out at what they called a health care system that often fails to take costs into account. The doctors pointed out that the newly approved drug was no better than existing — and cheaper — medications. After the column ran, Sanofi, the company that markets the drug, announced it would cut the price of Zaltrap in half, according to The Times.


Manufactured by Foster City, Calif.-based Gilead Sciences Inc., costs about $84,000 (a minimum wholesale acquisition cost) over the course of treatment, or about $1,000 per pill. Another hepatitis C combination therapy targeted toward the most common types of hepatitis C infections, Harvoni (also from Gilead), was released in mid-October with an even higher price point of $94,500 per 12-week course of treatment, Sovaldi and other new hepatitis C medications pose challenges due to their expense and the large population that’s eligible for treatment.


Represents a significant advance in the treatment of the disease because it delivers cure rates of 94 percent to 99 percent

**A May 1, 2014 article on Medsacpe reported that the Medicare Evidence Development and Coverage Advisory Committee (MEDAC) panel decision rolled out in April of 2104 states that high risk Medicare patients will not be eligible for payment of more effective, safer low emission CT screening for lung cancer.




2345 April Faure -This just makes me sick. luckily not one that requires one of these drugs. I know research is expensive, but this is just evil greed. This is one of the reasons we have such a healthcare nightmare in this country. I think that patent length needs to be shortened. There are meds that I need that I can’t afford because of no generic. Raising the price of an existing drug because it is found to cure something else like the one mentioned in this article is the same as price gouging during a disaster, and should be just as illegal. And it probably doesn’t cost any more to produce these 10 drugs than it does that $3 bottle of asprin. NOTE TO Politicians- You are the sorriest bunch of people I have ever known of! NOT A ONE OF YOU deserve more tnan MINIMUM WAGES!!! IF ANY ONE OF YOU can think of a reason you deserve full time pay for a part time job done so poorly, REPLY ON THIS FORUM for all to see! YOU ARE ALL SCUM in my opinion!!! I KNOW AT LEAST ONE OF YOU WILL SEE IT>>>TELL THE OTHER SCUM!!!! NONE OF YOU DESERVE YOUR PAY!!! BeaClone “The Affordable Care Act… could mean that patients with cancer, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and other conditions will pay more toward the cost of their expensive medications.”

JJ- No they will be rationed or denied and over age 75 denied!!! (Obama Care) Also we have Obamas illegals to pay for now. Law demands us regardless of what we are to

Sooooo…. where does the “affordable” come in to play?????????? I see nothing affordable about it.

letsgo21 drugs that used to be cheap and now cost more… greed is what it is and the federal govt lets the crooks get away with it !!!! its a multi billion/trillion dollar business and running amok !!! no end in sight they want to keep people on druge for a cure would put the greedy pill pushers out of business …the difference between a drug dealer and the drug companies is the drug companies got a license to sell

BeingHonest080312 This article simply means those hurting will have to continue to hurt until they die. And, those needing meds for serious illnesses will have to die. Why do more than 300 million Americans not turn out in the streets over this???

Many democrats have no idea their party has been taken over by a bunch of radicals. With no concern for human life any longer.

This will hit all of us at one time or another This is the time for an all out rebellion in this country!! How could saltrap be cut in half after exposure if it cost nearly that much to produce? I don’t think any pill can cost more than a few dollars to make. We have no leadership in this country. I have family members who may need some of these meds and they cannot afford. But,A Politician gets the best care and I’m sure we pay for it. That is a shame!

They are no better than we are who pay for their elitist life style. It is time we all get in the streets!!! .

A real let them eat cake moment 2  Obamacare not for Pelosi and her gang of Looters.

They must be laughing at us not with us.

good bargains  –It’s interesting to note that in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s many treatments were discovered that cured things like measles, smallpox etc. but since the miracle of big Pharma all they find are expensive, “treatments” that you have to take for the rest of your life. Will they ever again find a cure or inoculation where one dose is all you need or will they always just find ways to treat at $20,000 a year?

This article points out what I’ve been thinking for a long time. The FDA Future Destruction of America, here today along with the legal drug lords are here for one thing: To take every penny one has or can beg, borrow or steal. And, we have a Congress that is allowing it. I hope this article stirs the American people . All are elderly, or have elderly family members. All have some sort of illness if they have ever gone to a doctor. Psychiatrists invent new illenessed for children time after time…then a life of addiction! I see no hope for America. We need leadership and we don’t have it now. The health industry and government is the only thing growing.

Talking-Back-Any of You people think your pissed off now, wait until you read this. All of the hard working tax paying citizens of this country will be forced to pay for health insurance plus pay astronomical prices for medications while all the illegal immigrants will be handed these luxuries on a silver platter to go along with their FREE college tuition and driver’s license. WHAT’S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE????????

Lets go21 With drugs that expensive even with insurance the poor cant afford it so now the insurance company making money off people but they still cant afford to see the doctor nor buy the perscriptions as they want the copay up front and the prescriptions payed before they hand them over …

faspony Why wait for all the affordable health care act to kick in today… I worked for 41 years of my life and now that I am disabled I am on medicare.. CVS pharmacy told me recently that my medicare was not going to pay for my medications anymore because I am in the donut hole they only pay up to 2200 dollars per year.. That means I have to pay for all my meds out of pocket, full price.. My insulin alone is 300 per month per insulin and I am on 2 different kinds. That is not counting the needles or blood sticks to check my sugar levels. Or the rest of my meds.. I only get 775 a month to live on and still have to pay for my medicare insurance of 29 dollars a month. So how to I pay for my food and the rest it takes one to live?? We lost our home when my husband and I were together because his portion for medical insurance through his job at the school dist in Ca. went up to 1180 dollars a month. That was our house payment.. His insurance is now 1480 per month that is why our boys and I are not on it. It is sad how the government allows them to charge sooo muchMore

PETER SCHARDT (peter rabbit 500) Why isn’t anything done? Because congress is bought off. Campaign contribution is a sweet way to say Bribery!!! Someone needs to step up to the plate and say enough is enough.

The FDA needs a total overhall as well with congress.

phrannie S, The government running health care…the whole scenario scares the crap out of me (course, I’m 62….and I’m sure the powers that be would much rather have me pushing up daisies, than collecting Social Security). When the true cost of universal health care becomes apparent, don’t think for a moment that the elderly aren’t going to be dropping faster than they are now.

AngieMarie How is it our depression generation of relatives lived long lives without being on all these meds that are currently being pushed on us by doctors? Hmmm? Grandmother lived to 89, Mom lived to 84, neither were on prescription anything. good bargaing The article acts like insurance simply pays for these expensive medicines today but won’t cover as much with ACA. That’s not true. Many insurance today won’t cover many of these at all or have lifetime caps for payment. All insurance companies have boards that determine if the age and health of a patient warrants expensive treatment. They won’t do a heart/lung transplant on a 70 year old and won’t pay for drugs costing 200K a year for someone near dead and they won’t with ACA.

Mystified NY This is a sore point me. Big pharma seem to be all about greed and not about curing illness. I believe that we will never find cures for diseases such as ms, cancer, etc. If they found a cure then what need would there be for $50000/mo treatments. When did it stop being about helping people and become all about $!!! It is really very sad.



SHARE OF THE TAKE—America – the land of opportunity! for Politicians

scriticAnd the banks are somehow the evil corporations..???


imagesCABPRNUI.jpg obamacare sign here pelosi 252144_2193569715521_1135522739_32597499_1889525_n

Trickling out ever so slowly and quietly new rules and regulations are devastating Medicare patients.

A new round of cuts to Medicare is slated for 2015. What further hardship will we face? Will the story be told then?








Enigma of Obama and his prodigious ability to lie so confidently, comfortably and continually:

Senior Citizens Public Square

hitler and obamaobama FLAG

By Tom Retterbush

ABC News personality, Pulitzer prize-winning columnist George Will, said it best in a Washington Post article:

“Barack Obama’s intellectual sociopathy – his often breezy and sometimes loutish indifference to truth – should no longer startle.”

“Sociopathy” is a strong word, but used by many to describe Obama – not necessarily as a clinical psychiatric diagnosis, but just because the symptoms fit so darn well, as per this typical description:

“Sociopaths are often well-liked because of their charm and high charisma, but they do not usually care about other people. They think mainly of themselves and often blame others for the things that they do. They have a complete disregard for rules and lie constantly. They seldom feel guilt or learn from punishments.” Remind you of anyone?

Under normal circumstances, extreme narcissism creates difficulties in personal relationships and at work because of the narcissist’s intense and unrealistic…

View original post 950 more words

Using a ploy of tax the rich right now and at the same time taking from the middleclass

582254_556211774418740_1561779918_nThis was written quite a few years back and it seems to all be happening. It also does seem that the Conspiracy theories were true.

There will never again be an honest election in the United States. According to the elite banker class that has seized control of the US Government and the corporate media, and  military industrial complex.

They are planning to seize ALL private property and wealth, completely wiping out the middle class.

Interview with Lindsey Williams: Pastor Lindsay Williams, who has impressed  over the past years with the accuracy of his predictions–calling the huge swings both up and down in oil prices a couple of years ago–has insider information from what he calls the power elite or global elite. Took  him into their confidence, including the late Eric Fromm and a living man whom Lindsey calls “Mr. X”.) With that brief background, here is what Lindsey Williams recently said about what they plan for the next several years. (reporting what he was told by his globalist insider)


NWO presidents.jpg 2All 5 Are New World Order Presidents

They will enforce massive debt and forced debt creation by certain methods.

American express card. government said you are to big to fail you must become a bank. They forced American Express to become a bank.

Forced to tell students you cant go to collage without a loan.  They made it expensive this is part of agenda of the elite for next  years to come. When they graduate they cant get a job they are flipping burgers they will be so in debt. (Remember Obama took over student loans)

Every single collage student so much in debt that you will gladly listen to them and when they say we have a new world order for you we have a new currency for you just give up your constitution and all will be fine.

3rd agenda the middleclass— what you hear is tax the the rich . The 9 to 5ers  get tax taken from their check.

the middle class is going to be taxed into  oblivion.  The very rich can protect/ The middle class cannot.

(as told by insider)

now and gradually over next several years. you will see every kind of tax.

Minimum tax, national sales tax, Obama care tax. Americans thought no way they could force you to pay a premium. smiley-shocked028

Obama has already had ***Obamacare declared a tax.  Food price will escalate even more.

you need gas for your cars, insurance, even higher energy bills. NO way to pay it all.

How long can you survive —the new tax’s to come. You will be so broke and so in debt. you will not be able to do anything about it.

Using a ploy of tax the rich right now and at the same time taking from the middleclass

government owns the mortgages on 40% of the homes. Several years they will own more.

these two

Hillary more of the same.jpg 2


Obamacare is poised to force everyone else to get in line

imagesL1Q0N0O8Barack Hussein Obama has erected a multitude of New Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harass our people and eat out their substance,”

Dr. Milton R. Wolf

Consider the enormous coercive power of the Internal Revenue Service and its lust to wield it. The IRS admits to systematically identifying and harassing political dissidents who dare to disagree with the political bosses. The IRS created what could be considered an enemies list starting with conservative Tea Party groups. It targeted any group calling itself “patriot” or daring to teach the Constitution or Bill of Rights.

The scope of its abuse is only beginning to unfold. I have also faced its wrath. Mr. Obama’s White House urged my editor at this newspaper to drop me. Consider that. Facts or opinions weren’t challenged and I wasn’t challenged in the arena of ideas — the White House just wanted me gone.

Credit The Washington Times for defending the Constitution against the White House’s attack on it. It gets worse. Or is it just a coincidence that around this same time, the IRS inexplicably put a hold on my tax return for several months without ever explaining why? The arbitrator could only say it was “very strange” and “unusual.” Indeed.

This abuse is not limited to the IRS. Mr. Obama’s appointee to the Environmental Protection Agency likened himself to a Roman conqueror ready to wield his government power to arbitrarily “crucify” — his word — energy companies just to keep them obedient and fearful. His forced resignation fails to hide what we’re learning today, that even in his absence, the EPA routinely waives burdensome fees for politically acceptable groups but imposes them to their fullest on adversaries.

This is not simply picking winners and losers — it is something so much more. This is a government declaring friends and enemies among fellow Americans, and it goes all the way up to the Oval Office. In 2010, it was Mr. Obama himself, who declared to a roaring crowd, “We’re gonna punish our enemies and we’re gonna reward our friends.” Chilling.

Punishing enemies and rewarding friends will be the sad, pathetic and enduring legacy of the Obama presidency. The stimulus failed to create jobs — there are 3 million fewer today than when Mr. Obama took office — but it did succeed at its real purpose: rewarding political friends and connected crony donors. The IRS witch hunt unleashed a culture of intimidation.

obama evil

“Obamacare” is poised to force everyone else to get in line. Consider this: The IRS has demanded that conservative groups report the content of the prayers and reading clubs report the content of the books. The same IRS agent who ran this witch hunt has now been put in charge of enforcing Obamacare.

“After we win this election, it’s our turn. Payback time,” warned Valerie Jarrett, Mr. Obama’s longtime senior adviser. “Everyone not with us is against us, and they better be ready because we don’t forget. The ones who helped us will be rewarded, the ones who opposed us will get what they deserve. There is going to be hell to pay.”

This is not simply a scandal, as some call it. A scandal implies a failure of the system. This is the system. This is a political class wielding the goliath power of the most intrusive and most feared government agencies at their disposal in order to intimidate, silence and control the citizenry. It is an unmasked assault on the First Amendment, on the Constitution and on America itself, and it must not stand.

Americans find this kind of naked tyranny repulsive right down to a cellular level. It’s in our DNA. We fled a continent and faced unknown mortal dangers to escape it. We fought a revolution to remove it from our shores. Foreign or domestic, we will surely fight it today.

Make no mistake, however. Both parties have luxuriated in the drunken power of government, at our expense. Mr. Obama did not build the IRS, nor did Richard Nixon, but both wielded it as a weapon.

Now the IRS is poised to become the hammer of even our health care. Democrats are furiously converting the welfare state into an authoritarian state right before our eyes, and most in the GOP establishment are too seduced or intimidated to stop them.

these twoAmerica’s Founders had a dream of freedom, and this is not it. It is “we the people” who must save America now, just as it has always been. Let us once again pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor, and let us stand undivided and undeterred against tyranny in our time.

Dr. Milton R. Wolf is a radiologist and a contributor to The Washington Times.
Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/may/24/tyranny-in-our-time/#ixzz3IseJM2aU
Follow us:
@washtimes on Twitter

Hillary more of the same



Hillary-Look at the despair in the faces of people who are losing their jobs because of the president’s policies

Obama_1_nose_in_the_air_croppedClinton Attends "Low Dollar" Fundraiser In New York Hillary more of the same

by Rand Paul:

If Hillary Clinton wants to see people who are “dead broke,” she should come to Kentucky and see people who are really struggling, Sen. Rand Paul said.

man-suffering-from-head-pain-100118243“Look at the despair in the faces of people who are losing their jobs because of the president’s policies,” the Kentucky Republican told The New York Times.

“Let them know that her hardship was that she only got eight million bucks for her book.”

Clinton told ABC News’ Diane Sawyer, in an interview that aired on Monday, that she and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, came out of the White House in 2001
“not only dead broke, but in debt.”

She also defended the millions of dollars both she and her husband have collected in book advances and public speaking fees.

On Tuesday, Clinton backtracked slightly, telling ABC “Good Morning America” host Robin Roberts that she appreciates “how hard life is for so many Americans today… …it’s an issue that I’ve worked on and cared about my entire adult life.

…it’s an issue that I’ve worked on and cared about my entire adult life.”…shocked

Paul on Wednesday called Clinton and her husband “disconnected,” and he and other Republicans have pounced on her interviews being made during her promotional tour for her new book, “Hard Choices.”

Paul also criticized Clinton’s comments during the Sawyer interview that the controversy over the Benghazi attacks that left four Americans dead have emboldened her to run for the presidency, Such comments, Paul said, should disqualify her politically from running for higher office.

“This is enormous when you’re talking about a commander in chief,” Paul told the Times. “I think it really prevents her from running. I don’t know how she can win.”



The first steps Republicans should take by: George Will

george willsThe first steps Republicans should take

By George F. Will

Abolish the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. This creature of the labyrinthine Dodd-Frank law violates John Locke’s dictum: “The legislative cannot transfer the power of making laws to any other hands. . . . The power of the legislative . . . [is] only to make laws, and not to make legislators.” The CFPB is empowered to “declare,” with no legislative guidance or institutional inhibitions, that certain business practices are “abusive.” It also embodies progressivism’s authoritarianism by being, unlike any entity Congress has created since 1789, untethered from all oversight mechanisms: Its funding, “determined by the director,” comes from the Federal Reserve.

George F. Will writes a twice-weekly column on politics and domestic and foreign affairs. He began his column with The Post in 1974, and he received the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary in 1977. He is also a contributor to FOX News’ daytime and primetime programming. View Archive

Repeal the Independent Payment Advisory Board. This expression of the progressive mind is an artifact of the Affordable Care Act and may be the most anti-constitutional measure ever enacted. It certainly violates the first words of the first section of the first article of the Constitution: “All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress.” The board’s purported function is to achieve the act’s purpose of cost-containment by reducing Medicare spending. When the IPAB’s 15 presidential appointees make what the Affordable Care Act calls a “legislative proposal” limiting reimbursements to doctors, this proposal automatically becomes law unless Congress passes a similar measure cutting Medicare spending. Under this constitutional travesty, an executive-branch agency makes laws unless the legislative branch enacts alternative means of achieving the executive agency’s aim. The Affordable Care Act stipulates that no measure for the abolition of the board can be introduced before 2017 or after Feb. 1, 2017, and must be enacted by Aug. 15 of that year. So, one Congress presumed to bind all subsequent Congresses in order to achieve progressivism’s consistent aim — abolishing limited government by emancipating presidents from restraint by the separation of powers. This impertinence by the 111th Congress requires a firm rebuke by the 114th.

Repeal the Affordable Care Act’s tax on medical devices. This $29 billion blow to an industry that provides more than 400,000 jobs is levied not on firms’ profits but on gross revenues, and it comes on top of the federal (the developed world’s highest) corporate income tax, plus state and local taxes. Enough Democrats support repeal that a presidential veto might be overridden.

Improve energy, economic and environmental conditions by authorizing construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. The pipeline would reduce the HYPERLINK “http://www.fraserinstitute.org/research-news/news/news-releases/Pipelines-pose-fewer-risks-for-workers-and-less-spills-compared-to-transporting-oil-by-rail-or-truck/”risk of spills by reducing the transportation of oil in railroad tankers.

Mandate completion of the nuclear waste repository in Nevada’s Yucca Mountain. The signature achievement of Harry Reid’s waning career has been blocking this project, on which approximately $15 billion has been spent. So, rather than nuclear waste being safely stored in the mountain’s 40 miles of tunnels 1,000 feet underground atop 1,000 feet of rock, more than 160 million Americans live within 75 miles of one or more of the 121 locations where 70,000 tons of waste are stored.

● Pass the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act. It would require that any regulation with at least a $100 million annual impact on the economy — there are approximately 200 of them in the pipeline — be approved without amendments by a joint resolution of Congress and signed by the president. “In effect,” writes the Hudson Institute’s Christopher DeMuth, “major agency rules would become legislative proposals with fast-track privileges.” By requiring legislative complicity in especially heavy federal burdens, REINS is an ingredient in the recipe for resuscitating Congress, which has been far too eager to cede legislative responsibilities to the executive branch.

Such measures may be too granular to satisfy the grandiose aspirations of those conservatives who, sharing progressives’ impatience with our constitutional architecture, aspire to have their way completely while wielding just one branch of government. But if, as is likely, the result of Congress doing these and similar things is a blizzard of presidential vetoes, even this would be constructive. The 2016 presidential election would follow a two-year demonstration of how reactionary progressivism is in opposing changes to the nation’s trajectory. Congressional actions provoking executive rejections would frame the argument about progressivism. And as Margaret Thatcher advised, first you win the argument, then you win the vote.

Read more from George F. Will’s archive or follow him on Facebook

There is established an Orwellian White House Rural Council

when your country is telling you no 4x4By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America and in order to enhance Federal engagement with rural communities, it is hereby ordered as follows:

On June 9, 2011, President Obama signed his 86th Executive Order, and almost nobody noticed.

President Obama’s E.O. 13575 is designed to begin taking control over almost all aspects of the lives of 16% of the American people. Why didn’t we notice it? Weinergate. In the middle of the Anthony Weiner scandal, as the press and most of the American people were distracted, President Obama created something called “The White House Rural Council” (WHRC).

Section One of 13575 states the following:

Section 1. Policy. Sixteen percent of the American population lives in rural counties. Strong, sustainable rural communities ?are essential to winning the future and ensuring American competitiveness in the years ahead. These communities supply our food, fiber, and energy, safeguard our natural resources, and are essential in the development of science and innovation. Though rural communities face numerous challenges, they also present enormous economic potential. The Federal Government has an important role to play in order to expand access to the capital necessary for economic growth, ???promote innovation, improve access to health care and education, and expand outdoor recreational activities on public lands. ???

Warning bells should have been sounding all across rural America when the phrase “sustainable rural communities” came up. As we know from researching the UN plan for Sustainable Development known as Agenda 21, these are code words for the true fundamental transformation America.

The third sentence also makes it quite clear that the government intends to take greater control over “food, fiber, and energy.”

The last sentence in Section 1 further clarifies the intent of the order by tying together “access to the capital necessary for economic growth, health care and education.”??

 coordinate and increase the effectiveness of Federal engagement with rural stakeholders, including agricultural organizations, small businesses, education and training institutions, health-care providers, telecommunications services providers, research and land grant institutions, law enforcement, State, local, and tribal governments, and nongovernmental organizations regarding the needs of rural America;

 *Virtually every aspect of rural life seems to now be part of the government’s mission. And while all of the items in sound like typical government speak,

you should be alarmed when you read the words “nongovernmental organizations” (NGOs). NGOs are unelected, but typically government-funded groups that act like embedded community organizers. And NGOs are key to Agenda 21′s plans.

 These communities supply our food, fiber, and energy, safeguard our natural resources,

To enhance the Federal Government’s efforts to address the needs of rural America, this order establishes a council to better coordinate Federal programs and maximize the impact of Federal investment to promote economic prosperity and quality of life in our rural communities. really?


Sec. 2. Establishment. There is established a White House Rural Council (Council).
Sec. 3. Membership. (a) The Secretary of Agriculture shall serve as the Chair of the Council, which shall also include the heads of the following executive branch departments, agencies, and offices:  OMG  !

(1) the Department of the Treasury;

(2) the Department of Defense;
(3) the Department of Justice;
(4) the Department of the Interior;
(5) the Department of Commerce;
(6) the Department of Labor;
(7) the Department of Health and Human Services;
(8) the Department of Housing and Urban Development;
(9) the Department of Transportation;
(10) the Department of Energy;
(11) the Department of Education;

(12) the Department of Veterans Affairs;
(13) the Department of Homeland Security;
(14) the Environmental Protection Agency;
(15) the Federal Communications Commission;

(16) the Office of Management and Budget;
(17) the Office of Science and Technology Policy;
(18) the Office of National Drug Control Policy;
(19) the Council of Economic Advisers;
(20) the Domestic Policy Council;
(21) the National Economic Council;
(22) the Small Business Administration;
(23) the Council on Environmental Quality;
(24) the White House Office of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs;
(25) the White House Office of Cabinet Affairs; and such other executive branch departments, agencies, and offices as the President or the Secretary of Agriculture may, from time to time, designate.  smiley-sign0085

(b) A member of the Council may designate, to perform the Council functions of the member, a senior-level official who is part of the member’s department, agency, or office, and who is a full-time officer or employee of the Federal Government.
(c) The Department of Agriculture shall provide funding and administrative support for the Council to the extent permitted by law and within existing appropriations. spin

(d) The Council shall coordinate its policy development through the Domestic Policy Council and the National Economic Council.
Sec. 4. Mission and Function of the Council. The Council shall work across executive departments, agencies, and offices to coordinate development of policy recommendations to promote economic prosperity and quality of life in rural America, and shall coordinate
my Administration’s engagement with rural communities.


All of these figures, proved highly useful to globalist interests. If you want to enact a one world government kind of scenario, you need agents with little remorse who 100% believe that they are gods on earth who can do what they want with anyone they want. They are the true believers.You can’t be a Marxist change effective agent, if you have too much of a conscience.

By creating shortages, the liberals expect to “force through dramatic, mandatory conservation laws.” Water, is by far the most abundant substance on the planet. But if the progressive take over of the green agendas have their way, water “will soon be in desperately short supply.”

Liberals have also developed arguments to oppose importing water from Canada, which holds about 20 percent of the world’s fresh water supply, and to prohibit diversions of Great Lakes water by pipeline or ship. They even seek to block exporting bottled water from the Great Lakes. (milloy)


The Honorable Michael R. Bloomberg

Mayor of New York City   smiley-angry019


1. WHEREAS, Mayors are committed to supporting agricultural

reforms in the 2007 Farm Bill that will improve the health and protect the environment of all Americans

significantly strengthening Federal nutrition programs, improving access to healthy food for low income Americans,

promoting environmental stewardship and conservation, and protecting our food supply;

2. WHEREAS, there are major concerns about food and farming issues that affect the health of citizens in urban America. smiley-angry019

because of increased levels of hunger and food insecurity in low-income populations, lack of access to healthy food

in low income areas, chronic diseases related to poor diet

such as obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases; and

3. WHEREAS, there are major environmental concerns that impact

residents arising from distribution of agricultural products distributed through an inefficient food supply  smiley-shocked028

transportation network which contributes to greenhouse gas

emissions, and agricultural dependence on pesticides and

chemically intensive production that contributes to air and

water pollution, and dramatic losses of prime agricultural land in certain states due to urban sprawl,( LIES)  which threatens

the preservation and protection of urban water sheds; (Much more to this to tell it is a scheme)

WHEREAS, a strong agriculture conservation program in which city water utilities are full partners is critical to reducing the environmental impact of farming  smiley-angry019

Protecting watersheds and urban drinking water supplies,(OH REALLY)   smiley-shocked028


It empowers the Secretary of Agriculture to interfere with farming markets and processes to promote “green technologies”.  smiley-angry019

By creating shortages, the liberals expect to “force through dramatic, mandatory conservation laws.” Water, is by far the most abundant substance on the planet. But ithe progressive take over of the green agendas have their way, water “will soon be in desperately short supply.”

what 2