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From: TSS ()
Subject: War of words heats up with S. Korea
Date: December 11, 2006 at 1:43 pm PST

War of words heats up with S. Korea

by Pete Hisey on 12/11/2006 for Meatingplace.com


USDA Deputy Under Secretary Chuck Lambert's comments that "the U.S. beef industry is suspicious where the (bone) fragments came from," concerning three shipments of beef rejected by South Korea provoked an immediate response from South Korea. "It's nonsense," said Lee Yang-ho, spokesman for the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, according to the Korea Times.

Lee went on to say that Lambert, as well as anonymous beef industry sources, are making unsubstantiated charges, which could be "understood as an act of infringement on Korea's sovereignty." Lee called Lambert's comments a "conspiracy theory" and denied that the ministry was under pressure from other government agencies to find reasons to reject U.S. beef.

According to an Australian Broadcasting Corp. report, Lambert said, "We've asked to have the bone chips returned; some people have suggested DNA sampling or other means of trying to determine the origin of these bone chips."

The issue roiled free trade agreement talks in Big Sky, Mont., last week. While both sides agreed the beef issue is technically separate from the FTA, negotiators for the United States as well as Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont.) attacked the Korean beef rejections, echoing U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Mike Johanns' charge that the South Korean market is not truly open to U.S. beef.

http://www.meatingplace.com/MembersOnly/webNews/details.aspx?item=16949

> According to an Australian Broadcasting Corp. report, Lambert said, "We've asked to have the bone chips returned;

> some people have suggested DNA sampling or other means of trying to determine the origin of these bone chips."


SO, the USDA et al are going to get out there top CSI bone chip crime team, and tell us exactly where this bone chip originated from, even though they cannot still yet tell us the age of that mad cow in Alabama, other than to say ;

> But U.S. Department of Agriculture officials believe the cow was at least 10 years old

FDA cannot trace all there mad cow feed recalls due to the long and late traceback of feed, that in most cases tons and tons have already been fed out, this occurring as late as fall 2006.

CANNOT find all BSE birth cohorts due to another failed policy, this one being voluntary I.D., this is like the failed FDA voluntary ruminant to ruminant protein feeding of 8/4/97, that is still going on in 2006. ink on paper, that is all that was, still feeding cows to cows in 2006.

AND now USDA et al are expecting us to believe they will trace that bone chip in some hamburger meat directly back to ranch and cow, all the while screaming conspiracy. they need only to look in the mirror to see the conspirator.

Subject: TRANSMISSIBLE SPONGIFORM ENCEPHALOPATHY TSE

vCJD blood risk HIGH

http://vcjdblood.blogspot.com


vCJD USA 3rd case documented

http://vcjd.blogspot.com/


Creutzfeldt Jakob Disease

http://creutzfeldt-jakob-disease.blogspot.com/


BSE Atypical USA

http://bse-atypical.blogspot.com/


MAD COW DISEASE USA SPONTANEOUS OR FEED ?

http://madcowspontaneousnot.blogspot.com/


SCRAPIE USA

http://scrapie-usa.blogspot.com/


Chronic Wasting Disease

http://chronic-wasting-disease.blogspot.com/


Transmissible Mink Encephalopathy TME

http://transmissible-mink-encephalopathy.blogspot.com

TSS





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