A Crunchy Con Is So Ascared of Raw Milk

Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Posted in category Big Pharma, Food Freedom

Rod Dreher, the leftover Crunchy Con from National Review who now writes for the American Conservative, is ascared of raw milk because the government (the CDC) says we should fear raw milk. I have no idea why this poorly written blog is worth the bandwidth on American Conservative, but Dreher writes:

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reportsthat of 239 hospitalizations caused by tainted dairy products from 1993 through 2006, 202 involved raw milk or raw-milk cheese. Nearly two-thirds of the patients were younger than 20.

Dreher goes on to take a u-turn at the end of the tediously boring blog and notes:

In other news, I don’t believe vaccines cause autism. (Ducking and running…).

In other words, Dreher tales a weak shot, lacking any legitimate ammunition, at all of those “tin foil lunatics” who think on their own and embrace raw milk while, god forbid, rejecting the Government-Medical-Pharmaceutical Complex Vaccination Nation propaganda. The Crunchy Con invokes one case of a person – a child of course – who allegedly got E. coli from raw milk. This one case, that uses a child for the tear factor, is supposed to taint the entire world of raw milk. Dreher chooses to ignore the statistics of people killed or made sick by the government’s pasteurized milk. How convenient.

Author and raw milk advocate Dave Gumpert has shed light on the truth and torn these emotive, non-meaningful anecdotes to shreds. Here is how the CDC has skewed the statistics on raw milk consumption and ensuing illness. Lies, lies, and more lies uncovered by people who dare to critically assess the government’s propaganda. Here’s Dave Gumpert on the CDC lies. Poor Rod Dreher and his hysterical foolishness.

Here is the Harvard Food Law Society debate on raw milk, which includes Gumpert and Sally Fallon Morell from the Weston A. Price Foundation.

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5 Responses to A Crunchy Con Is So Ascared of Raw Milk

  1. Todd says:

    September 27th, 2012 at 12:37 pm

    I can’t even stand to watch the second group speak, it is like politicians. The government says milk is bad, the government (court) upholds that milk is bad, what more do you people need to hear. It is the same method they use for vaccines! Makes my head explode.

    Speaking of vaccines I’ve never heard of anyone getting Gullian Barre from milk, I have heard of it from flu shots..

  2. David Smith says:

    September 27th, 2012 at 5:32 pm

    Yep, they never talk about illness and death attributable to government approved agricultural products!

    Thanks for this post!

  3. M. Terry says:

    September 27th, 2012 at 10:40 pm

    Big brother knows best, don’tcha know – unless the typical neocon or progressive is arguing against the “opposing” side of the Hegelian party.

    This is so typical it’s mind numbing. And people actually buy this crap – along with corn flakes, gubmint approved milk, and all the other GMO crap that many other countries have banned.

    It looks a lot like these “cons” are in on the depopulation plan.

    Eat that grain, drink that “corn sugar” infused soda – just not TOO much soda, now…

  4. DavidBrennan says:

    September 28th, 2012 at 6:52 am

    When they say “raw milk”, they mean “natural milk”, right? So, this dude is bitching about natural foods.

    That’s cool: I just wish that he’d just not drink it, rather than sending men with guns to throw people into chains and cages because they opt to.

    I’ve never heard of “Crunchy Con” before, but it appears to be just generic pop politics crap (with an undertone of subservience to the neo-cons). I stopped paying attention to those gay little political arguments a long, time ago.

  5. Dark Sage says:

    September 28th, 2012 at 9:35 am

    Mrs. Martin is employed by Marler & Clark legal firm to go around scaring the hell out of people. If the general public is too stupid to look up the statistics for themselves (no deaths from raw milk, 8 deaths and counting from pasteurized milk and milk products) then I really hope they don’t drink raw milk. More for those of us who adore the stuff and won’t drink the pasteurized garbage. I hope they stay ignorant fools about the vaccines too. You can only tell the truth and hope people see the light and if they don’t, it’s their problem. Science has been proven wrong and biased and paid for on so many counts and yet people believe everything they’re told or everything they read in favor of science. I hope the science hangs them because if they aren’t open minded enough to explore all the avenues, they’re the ones who will pay with bad health in the long run.

    Go stupidity!

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