Senate Rubberstamps S.510; Food Dictatorship Birthed

Update on: Food Takeover S.510 Slated For Vote In Senate Tonite 11-29-10 "It will create 17,000 new bureaucrats...It will create huge regulatory burdens"
Senate passes overhaul of food safety system

The Senate voted 73-25 to pass the bill. The House of Representatives backed a different version in July 2009. With their post-election session due to end by mid-December, lawmakers have just weeks to resolve their differences and send legislation to President Barack Obama to sign into law.
The legislation would deliver the biggest changes in the U.S. food safety system since 1930s.
The Senate measure would give the FDA more access to food processors' records. It also would require food makers to have a written food safety plan describing risk at their facilities and controls they use to prevent contamination.
A key difference between the two versions of the bill passed by lawmakers is language in the Senate measure applying a softer regulatory hand to small farms and food processors than to big companies.
Family-farm groups said the Senate language was a common-sense recognition that small producers who market directly in their regions operate in a different setting than multi-state or national food processors and retailers.
But industry groups like the National Cattlemen's Beef Association said there should be a single, uniform federal standard when it comes to food safety.
re: 'Senate passes overhaul'

"Overhaul" is the Orwellian-doublespeak buzzword for NWO takeover. Within that single word is contained every provision necessary to 'set in motion' the absolute and final control-network over any particular industry.
For example, these recent industry 'overhauls' that have also resulted in the 'setting in motion' of the globalist takeover of the respective industry:
and the Wall Street overhaul 9-17-10;
and we mustn't forget the four month old Financial overhaul 7-17-10
Globally tracking all foodstuffs and everybody who touches it, start to finish, including for instance suppliers of manufacturing equipment, suppliers of packaging materials, etc., the trucking companies...right down to point of sale, you name it, wherever the money is changing hands - at every point along the line, they will have their hands in it...taking a cut no doubt. All eventually tied into a single databank for total control of the food industry.
This is what will be set in motion regardless of the exact details of the final bill after being reconciled with the house version. The takeover is on.
One interesting thing to watch, as mentioned in the above article, is the issue of some proposed 'exemptions' for "small producers that market directly to their regions". Bingo. Local farms 'marketing in their own regions' is straight out of the Agenda 21/'sustainable community' plan. It is exactly how the communitarian green-system is designed to work. Essentially each local-region feeds itself is the idea.
At these local-regional levels the A21 plan calls for 'community based management'. In other words, in the new green world, each local-regional area takes care of itself. While it is made to look as if they are getting a break now, certainly the "small producers" will eventually find themselves unable to operate without becoming part of the community based scheme.
When fully put together nobody will operate outside the system. Same system that the medical, banking, insurance, automotive, and now air-cargo, etc. are being put into. The bible calls it the 666...'And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark'.
It is birthing before your eyes. Rev. 18:4

update 12-9-10
Luke 21:35 For as a snare shall it come on all them that dwell on the face of the whole earth. (Luke 21:36)