11/1/12 News Release: Green Hassig Writes to Congressman Owens Requesting Further Assistance Motivating USDA Action to Warn Americans of POPs Exposure Health Hazard Constituted by Contamination of Commercial Mainstream Food Supply

Green Hassig Writes to Congressman Owens Requesting Further Assistance
Motivating USDA Action to Warn Americans of POPs Exposure Health
Hazard Constituted by Contamination of Commercial Mainstream Food
Supply

I have written a second time to Congressman Owens concerning the need
for action by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) to warn
Americans of the persistent organic pollutants (POPs) exposure health
hazard.  The USDA responded to Congressman Owens’ first attempt to
motivate this action by trying to create the illusion that their
agency had no role in the matter that I raised.  The problem is that
the USDA had to claim that I was asking for warnings about
contamination of the Grasse River.  I am really surprised that the
USDA was unable to read and understand my request regarding action to
warn Americans of the POPs exposure health hazard constituted by
contamination of meats, dairy products, fish and eggs.  I suspect that
USDA was capable of understanding what I wanted, but thought it could
stall by playing dumb.  They really are dumb to think that this is
going to work for very long.

The American people are fed up with government efforts to deceive.
Government deceptions on the subject of food supply contamination are
some of the best reasons for revolution that I know of.  Ah, the days
of government accountability are not far off now.  I can feel this
coming in the wind.

My second letter to Congressman Owens is provided below.  The “Hassig
is barking up the wrong tree” USDA letter is attached.

———- Forwarded message ———-
From: Donald Hassig <donaldhassig@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2012 15:17:59 -0400
Subject: Further Assistance Needed to Motivate USDA Action to Warn
Americans of POPs Exposure Health Hazard Constituted by Contamination
of Commercial Mainstream Food Supply
To: steve.hunt@mail.house.gov

11/1/12

Congressman William Owens
US House of Representatives
Washington, DC USA
Transmitted by electronic mail

Dear Congressman Owens,

In a letter addressed to your office, dated 10/16/12, the US
Department of Agriculture (USDA) responded to a Cancer Action NY
request for assistance motivating USDA action to warn Americans of the
persistent organic pollutants (POPs) exposure health hazard
constituted by POPs contamination of the animal fat portion of the
commercial, mainstream food supply in a way that demonstrates lack of
ability to read and comprehend what is being read.  The Cancer Action
NY letter that prompted this response clearly identified the POPs
exposure health hazard as that constituted by POPs contamination of
the animal fat portion of the commercial, mainstream food supply.
As a result of not being able to read and comprehend what was read, an
employee of the USDA wrote that “…Mr. Hassig asked you to motivate
USDA to provide a warning to Americans about the dangers of exposure
to persistent organic pollutants in the Grasse River.”  Cancer Action
NY did not request this.  We made the request set forth above. (For
your convenience, I have provided a copy of the USDA letter referred
to above.)

Please contact the USDA and find a person who can read and understand
our letter designed to motivate USDA action to provide Americans with
a warning of the POPs exposure health hazard constituted by POPs
contamination of the animal fat portion of the commercial, mainstream
food supply.  The foods of the animal fat portion of the commercial,
mainstream food supply include:  those dairy products containing milk
fat, meats that contain animal fat, processed meats that contain
animal fat, fish that contains animal fat, and eggs.

Thank you for your assistance with this matter.

joyous in Nature,

Donald L. Hassig


Donald L. Hassig, Director
Cancer Action NY
Cancer Action News Network
P O Box 340
Colton, NY USA 13625
315.262.2456
www.canceractionny.org

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