Goodbye Raw Milk in CaliforniaI received an e-mail from Mark McAfee, owner of Organic Pastures Dairy, on the 26th of December 2007, detailing a three-pronged attack, a peaceful address of a definite problem that exists in the CDFA, and Mr. McAfee’s availing of the legal system as well as the political system that many of us participated in.

To me, what Mr. McAfee has instituted — as effective actions put into motion so as to combat the AB 1735 bill — indicates that our system set up by our founding fathers WORKS!

And those individuals in the CDFA who allegedly perpetrated a deception should be investigated to find out if it was just someone’s personal biased viewpoint in reporting as fact something that was not a fact or not based on science — or if there is something or someone behind the apparent move to make all milk sold in California pasteurized. And once all the information is found out, it should be broadly publicized so that the constituency can have restored their trust that our state government is ACTUALLY governing for the people.

It appears that someone is spreading the lie that raw organic milk is somehow getting pathogenic coliform contamination from cow crap when by testing the milk this is untrue. Why? Who did it serve when a lie was told about raw organic milk?

It would be nice to find out from which governmental position came the statement that basically raw, organic milk was contaminated with fecal matter with pathogenic coliform. That gives us a specific Who(s). And ask this person or persons what was the purpose of spreading such a falsity.

Just to be on the safe side, I would even go as far as to ask those individuals who are responsible for reporting something that is false as true and then slipping new wording into a law that outlaws something that is healthy for you, raw organic milk — were they paid for doing this, or promised a job elsewhere?

Is this a case of government persons holding a position of trust betraying out of … what? Personal know-best? Greed? Or are these individuals working for someone else while working at the CDFA?

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2 Comments for "Effective action against AB1735, an illegal law passed against Raw Organic Milk in California"

  1. Diane Vigil

    Thanks, George. Here’s a pretty interesting article from TheCompletePatient:
    Might Californians Be Leading the Way in Teaching Us How to Turn Lemons into Lemonade?.

    Read, also, the comments to that post from Diane Reifschneider, who apparently called the Governor’s office — with results that are less than comforting.

  2. George Vigil

    It’s hard to believe that someone responsible for signing into legislation, doesn’t read what he’s saying: “This is the law now, people.” Arnold must be against raw, organic milk. Or, he wouldn’t have signed AB1735. What to think?

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