I have settled into the routine of abstaining from any food and just rely on water and lemon juice.
I stopped drinking my daily glass of milk.
So far I have lost 20 pounds since I started and I am still able to attend to my regular tasks at hand.
Things have changed now also in Canada since Tetley’s ruling in regards to the states determination to eliminate our rights as it relates to food.
What had started in Wisconsin with Justice Fiedlers ruling, denying your right to even own a cow has found it’s own version in Ontario with the Tetley ruling that drinking milk and raw milk is no constitutional right.
Where do we go from here.
Remember that any raw milk poll conducted for the last 20 years, always came out in our favor. The latest was 90 percent in favor of having the right to choose.
People want to have the right to choose. Many do not care about milk but care about the basic rights we are losing.
It is hard to follow Tetley’s ruling. There seems no consideration of looking beyond the boundaries. No consideration of analyzing legal principles, no consideration if in fact the state has failed in his assessment of public health dangers.
Bottom line is, that he certainly toes the line in a convoluted way.
What is justice? How far can and should the elected Government be allowed to interfere and restrict.
What are the next steps to take, people keep asking.
You need to bombard your Member of Parliament with requests to answer to you, why you are not allowed to make an informed choice.
You need to write , you need to phone, you need to meet them.
You have to write to your newspaper.
You have to keep discussing the urgency in public.
You need to support the Canadian Constitution Foundation who has on our behalf taken over the legal defense.
You need to be ready to defend your food and your farmer. It is your food, your health, your life.
You need to stand on guard now more than ever.
Inform your local health unit that you will defend your rights.
Highlight the hypocrisy of health protection versus forced vaccination, fluoridation, chlorination.
This does not feel like a hunger strike .
This is a “Fast for Responsible Food Rights.
Lots can be done if we are willing to wake up and resist with love.
Let’s start today.