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A set of binding food standards called the Codex Alimentarius, and created by WHO and the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), is set to be become law on Thursday, December 31st, applying to 183 member countries.

Vitmains and minerals in foods are to be drastically reducted and limited explicity to the small amounts allowed by the Codex regulations.

The amounts allowed are considered by some experts ot be so small that it will result in mass malnourishment. This will weaken immune systems and make people more vulnerable to toxins in vaccines and other drugs.

Furthermore, every cow will have to fed bovine hormones.

The Nazis experimented on concentration camp inmates to find out how to use food as a weapon of war and of starvation.

WHO and the UN appear to be using the same Nazi German tactics as part of their global depopulation plan.

Here is the Codex summerised in 7 points:

[link to www.healthfreedomusa.org]

Codex Alimentarius (World Food Code)
Summarized in 7 Points
HealthFreedomUSA.org, the website of the Natural Solutions Foundation, is beholden to no one: our only interest is health freedom. Rima E. Laibow, MD, successful natural medicine physician since the 1970s, has studied 16,000 pages of Codex documentation. Her conclusion is that people who say that Codex is “consumer protection”, “voluntary”, or “harmless” are, at best, seriously mistaken.
Codex in Depth: [link to www.healthfreedomusa.org]
1) Started in 1962 by UN, Imposed by WTO Sanctions
Codex Alimentarius was created in 1962 as a trade Commission by the UN to control the international trade of food. Its initial intentions may have been altruistic but it has been taken over by corporate interests, most notably the pharmaceutical, pesticide, biotechnology and chemical industries.
Codex Alimentarius is backed up by the crippling trade sanctions of the World Trade Organization (WTO). Any non Codex-compliant nation would face huge economic punishment since they would automatically lose in any food-trade dispute with a Codex compliant country.
2) “Nutrients are Toxins” Is Junk Science
Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC) has two committees which impact nutrition.
One of them, the “Codex Committee on Nutrition and Foods for Special Dietary Uses” (CCNFSDU), is chaired by Dr. Rolf Grossklaus, a physician who believes that nutrition has no role in health. This is the “top-guy” for Codex nutritional policy, and he has stated that “nutrition is not relevant to health”.
As unbelievable as it may sound, Dr. Grossklaus actually declared nutrients to be toxins in 1994 and instituted the use of toxicology (Risk Assessment) to prevent nutrients from having any impact on humans who take supplements! It is worth mentioning that Dr. Grossklaus happens to own the Risk Assessment company advising CCNFSDU and Codex on this issue. This company makes money when its toxicology services are used for the “assessment” of nutrients. Here in the U.S. we call that a “conflict of interest”.
Codex is made up of thousands of standards and guidelines. One of them, the Vitamin and Mineral Guideline (VMG), is designed to permit only ultra low doses of vitamins and minerals (and make clinically effective nutrients illegal). How can the VMG restrict dosages of vitamins and minerals? By using Risk Assessment (toxicology) to assess nutrients.
While Risk Assessment is a legitimate science (it is a branch of toxicology), it is the wrong science for assessing nutrients! In fact, in this context, it is actually junk science. Biochemistry, the science of life processes, is the correct science for assessing nutrients. Codex Alimentarius treats nutrients as toxins, which is literally insane.
Nutrients are not toxins – they are essential for life.
No matter what Codex Alimentarius officials say to convince you that Risk Assessment is a “science-based” approach to nutrients, it is not.
And it is worth repeating that Dr. Grossklaus, the head of Codex Alimentarius, owns the Risk Assessment company advising CCNFSDU and Codex on the “benefit” of using Risk Assessment to assess nutrients.
3) Not Consumer Protection – That’s Propaganda
Contrary to the propaganda, Codex Alimentarius has nothing to do with consumer protection. Nothing! Codex is about the economic ambitions of multi-national corporations, in particular, the pharmaceutical industry.
Using their multi billion-dollar marketing budgets, these industries have launched a massive media propaganda campaign to paint Codex Alimentarius as a benevolent tool of “consumer protection”, as well as to negatively taint the image of natural health options and mislead people to fear them as “dangerous”, so they will take drugs (which really are dangerous). Natural health products and options have an amazing safety record and are remarkably effective, especially when compared to pharmaceutical drugs.
Unfortunately, one-time defenders of health freedom such as National Nutritional Foods Association (NNFA) and Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) have joined the propaganda bandwagon and are spreading false information saying that Codex Alimentarius is either “harmless” or benevolent “consumer protection”. Neither is true.
The membership of these one-time defenders of health freedom has become permeated by people from the pharmaceutical industry (for example, CRN counts as its members corporations such as Monsanto® and Bayer®).
4) Codex: Serious Threat to Health and Health Freedom
If Codex Alimentarius is implemented in the United States of America, therapeutic dosages of vitamins and minerals (and all other nutrients soon to follow) will become unavailable because they will literally become illegal.
Here’s how it would work, in a nut-shell:
Due to the junk science use of Risk Assessment (toxicology) to assess supposedly toxic nutrients, a false belief is being engineered saying that “nutritional supplements are dangerous to people’s health”.
Using this false belief generates calls to “protect” people from these “toxic” nutrients. After the calls come the bills to set ultra low permissible dosages (remember, nutrients are deemed “dangerous toxins” under this false belief). If enough of us and our Congressional delegates buy this nonsense, we and Congress would blindly comply with Codex Alimentarius’ VMG. And blind compliance is what the industries behind Codex Alimentarius intend.
Blind compliance goes hand-in-hand with lack of activism. This lack of activism allows our protective laws, classifying nutrients as foods with no upper limits (such as DSHEA), to be easily repealed and replaced with draconian laws to classify nutrients as toxins. And “harmonization” with the pro-illness, pro-pharmaceutical industry Vitamin and Mineral Guideline is there to fill the void.
Only intentionally ineffective, ultra low dose supplements would be legal, with or without a prescription, on the VMG list. If enough people do not take action, we can expect to watch nutritional supplement manufacturers and, thus health food stores, to go out of business, in a domino effect. The only player left standing would be Big Pharma.
Therapeutic grade vitamins, minerals, and amino acids would be eliminated from the marketplace (although a few low-dose supplements would be allowed by Codex, as a symbolic measure to avoid suspicion about their ulterior motive).
Natural health professionals would lose the tools of their trade (nutritional supplements) and health conscious people would be unable to choose natural health options for health promotion and disease treatment.
And that is, in a nutshell, how Codex Alimentarius is poised to make Natural and Nutritional Medicine (NNM) disappear from the legal health world and go underground. Who benefits? Big Pharma.
It would take a few years for the above scenarios to be feasible (Codex Alimentarius is meant to go into full global effect by 2010). The slower the process takes, the less alarmed people will be. That’s probably the logic of the architects of Codex Alimentarius.
5) Serves Economic Interests of Sickness Industries Through WTO and Napoleonic Code
More and more people are turning to natural health products globally. The “wellness” trend is a major trend in today’s society. The more natural health products people use, the fewer drugs they buy. The pharmaceutical industry, which is part of the “Sickness Industry”, fears the inevitable shift toward natural health care.
Instead of accepting the will of the people and rethinking the future of the pharmaceutical industry, the industry has decided upon an unethical course of action: the use of deception and deceit to eliminate natural health products completely.
Codex Alimentarius is a shrewd vehicle for protecting the pharmaceutical industry from the loss of income it stands to suffer due to the inevitable growth of natural healthcare.
Codex Alimentarius is the resistance of the dinosaurs to inevitability: the burgeoning desire of humanity for a healthier, saner, and more sustainable way of life.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) intends to force Codex Alimentarius upon the nations of the world, including the U.S. This would be done under the threat of massive economic sanctions if WTO-countries do not comply with Codex Alimentarius.
Furthermore, Codex is based in the Napoleonic Code, not Common Law. That means that under Codex Alimentarius, anything not explicitly permitted is forbidden. Under Common Law, we hold that anything not explicitly forbidden is permitted. The difference is the difference between health freedom and health tyranny. Codex Alimentarius would be able to ban supplements by default.
6) DSHEA Protects America From Codex Alimentarius
The Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA, 1994), an American law classifying our supplements and herbs as foods (which can have no upper limit set on their use), was passed by unanimous Congressional consent following massive grass-roots support organized by health food stores. Millions of American activists told Congress, in no uncertain terms:
“Protect nutritional supplements as foods or we will remove you from office”.
Congress listened and carried out the will of the people.
DSHEA appropriately classifies nutritional supplements as foods which can have no upper limits set on their use. DSHEA recognizes that people use nutrients safely to deal with their individually differing needs for nutrients. The concept of biochemical individuality means that people have different needs for nutrients at different times. Are nutrients toxins? No, they are not toxins. They are substances essential to prevent, treat and cure any chronic condition, in differing doses at different times in different people.
DSHEA protects the US from Codex Alimentarius’ deadly Vitamin and Mineral Guideline. We must reach our Congressional members, educate them about the facts on Codex Alimentarius and direct them to vote against anything that would threaten DSHEA.
Congress holds the keys to our health freedom. And it is their job to listen to us. Let’s not allow cynicism to tell us otherwise. We did it for DSHEA in 1994. We can do it again this year.
7) Your Action is Needed Now!
DSHEA is under significant legislative attack right now. Your letter-writing is crucial: if the members of Congress know that voting against health freedom means losing their jobs come election time, they will listen. Our job is to make sure they get the message loud and clear. Take action via our 3 easy steps and send personalized emails to Congress right now.
After taking action on HealthFreedomUSA.org, consider getting together with others in your area and visit your Congressional members in their home offices. If we wait, we lose our health freedoms. Once we “HARMonize” with Codex, by the way, we no longer have the right, while we belong to the WTO, to repeal or change that “HARMonization”!
Conclusion
The objective of the pro-Codex Alimentarius multi nationals is to “boil the frog slowly” so that we do not wake up to it in time to avoid Codex.
Once we have “HARMonize” to Codex Alimentarius, as long as we are in the WTO, we cannot amend or change what we’ve been “HARMonize” to.
Codex Alimentarius will go into global implementation by December 31, 2009, unless We, the People, avert it. We must act now because right now, with $758 Million spent on declared Congressional lobbying by Big Pharma last year, there are members of Congress who are trying to overturn DSHEA and allow Pharma-friendly free reign for Codex. If protective laws like DSHEA are destroyed, the sanctioning power of the autocratic WTO kicks in, and it will be impossible to get out from under Codex Alimentarius. We can protect our access to high potency nutrients and stave off an adulterated food supply only by putting pressure on Congress.
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sooo this is not important and we won't do anything about it while they take away our nutrients, feed animals with hormones, use radiation on all forms of vegetables,..

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you really think they could pull this off by the year end?

I'm highly skeptical
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you really think they could pull this off by the year end?

I'm highly skeptical
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research. theyre passing it tomorrow. moreover its already been passed in other CUNTries.
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moreover its already been passed in other CUNTries.
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Where exactly?
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you really think they could pull this off by the year end?

I'm highly skeptical
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they've been at it a while. Section 1...

"1) Started in 1962 by UN, Imposed by WTO Sanctions
Codex Alimentarius was created in 1962 as a trade Commission by the UN to control the international trade of food."
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[link to www.codexalimentarius.net]

Let me know when you find something that deems some form of reaction.
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Show me one single OFFICIAL U.S. source that says any part of this is going to be implemented on the 1st.

I'm not talking about more links to fruitloop activist sites. I mean bona fide U.S. .gov websites.

I'm betting you won't find any. Hell, I'll even settle for a major news organization such as the AP, Reuters, CNN, Fox, BBC, etc.
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The amounts allowed are considered by some experts ot be so small that it will result in mass malnourishment. This will weaken immune systems and make people more vulnerable to toxins in vaccines and other drugs.

Here we see what has already been done. The genetically modified produce has already had more than 90% of the nutrients removed.

In short you're worrying about tomorrow but missed that this happened already, long ago. speaking strictly of produce.
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Show me one single OFFICIAL U.S. source that says any part of this is going to be implemented on the 1st.

I'm not talking about more links to fruitloop activist sites. I mean bona fide U.S. .gov websites.

I'm betting you won't find any. Hell, I'll even settle for a major news organization such as the AP, Reuters, CNN, Fox, BBC, etc.
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The people who believe this would say that tptb wouldn't publish it.
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Show me one single OFFICIAL U.S. source that says any part of this is going to be implemented on the 1st.

I'm not talking about more links to fruitloop activist sites. I mean bona fide U.S. .gov websites.

I'm betting you won't find any. Hell, I'll even settle for a major news organization such as the AP, Reuters, CNN, Fox, BBC, etc.
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you keep waiting on the major new organizations to tell you about the Nazi's global holocaust.

i mean those folks hitler killed obviously had plenty of notice of his plans in the AP reuters, and "major media."

i dont need Ap, I see plannedparenthood canvassers in mass in my city. eugenics is real.
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How about massive suicide ?
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codex is by law since 1963 however the 31 dec deadline is for EU countires meaning if a country which does not have codex law is taken to WTO by a codex country then that country will have to confirm to it.It can in defense pull out of wto but that would be having a self trade embargo in a globalised world
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you really think they could pull this off by the year end?

I'm highly skeptical
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They have been preparing this since 1962. You bet they can pull this off!
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I think you'd be more effective if you left the NAZIs out of it. I stopped reading at that point. I've heard enough about them.
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Show me one single OFFICIAL U.S. source that says any part of this is going to be implemented on the 1st.

I'm not talking about more links to fruitloop activist sites. I mean bona fide U.S. .gov websites.

I'm betting you won't find any. Hell, I'll even settle for a major news organization such as the AP, Reuters, CNN, Fox, BBC, etc.
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You think you get the real news on AP, Reuters, CNN, Fox, BBC???

I'm also betting you won't find any.
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I asked the pharmacist at Walgreen's whether Codex Alimentarius would affect vitamin availability to the general public at Walgreen's...

The guy looked at me like I was from Mars... "I've never heard of Codex Alimentarius, son."

WTF?
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It is happenning and it has been for a long time.

When they first made the standards for daily use of vitaimins it was ment for soldiers and it is only what you need to survive - Not what you need to keep a good healh.

the are just over time closing all the doors to alternative health products
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So GNC goes bankupt? Thought big business and lobbiest run the show in this checkbook society.
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the last time i got sick my immune system was fully protected by various supplements D, C, yes, yes all of it.

immediately after that i began to implement my plan which is to

STOP TAKING THE SHIT!

ITS FALSE ADVERTISING!

AFTER HAVING TAKEN IN SUPPLEMENTS FOR YEARS I FEEL NO WORSE AFTER HAVING DISCONTINUED THEIR USE. TRY IT!

YOUR BELOVED VITAMINS ARE PACKAGED THE SAME WAY AND LOOK LIKE SAME PRODUCT MADE BY DRUG COMPANIES.

YOUR HEALTH DEPENDS ON THE QUALITY OF THE FOOD YOU ARE EATING.

GROW YOUR OWN!
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Its NOT going into affect tomorrow.

R12: I have heard that the Codex will become law on 31 December 2009. Is it true?
This is an unfounded rumour: The standards, guidelines and codes adopted by the Codex Alimentarius Commission are voluntary and do not therefore contain implementation deadlines or dates, nor can the Commission turn them into binding law.



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I just heard this show (free download) and Scott Tips says we're safe for another year. This was a very interesting detailed insight into how these meetings go.

[link to www.redicecreations.com]

Scott Tips - Codex Alimentarius Update Victory, Nutrient Reference Values & Swine Flu
November 13, 2009

We have Scott Tips from The National Health Federation back with us on the program to get a Codex Alimentarius Update. Scott who is a lawyer who has been specializing in food and drug law and trademark law has just returned from the latest Codex meeting in Germany where a the NHF had a major victory. We talk about this and his upcoming speaking engagements in Sweden. Topics: Nutrition Guidelines, CCNFSU, Hosting in Germany, Vitamin Labeling, FAO, WHO, Amounts of Vitamin C, Fluoride, NRV's, EFSA, the Document, Nutrient Reference Values, the Propaganda Machine, Natural Therapies, Vitamins and Minerals, Can one get too much Vitamin? Natural Vitamins, Brazil Nuts, Magnesium, Selenium, Organically Grown Food, Pharmaceutical Companies benefit on this? Nutrient Reference Values, Disease, So this particular meeting was about lowering vitamin standards, Regulations, Safety, Bureaucratic Stranglehold, Free Choice, CRN, Swine Flu Vaccination and much more.
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Praise The Holy Of Holy :: Rev 13:7 And it was given unto him to make war with the saints, and to overcome them: and power was given him over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations. Praise The Lamb:: Amen
Holy, holy,holy, Lord God Almighty, which was, and is, and is to come.Praise the one who gives you peace beyond all understanding Yes that scripture still sounds good !
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They can screw themselves. We've been growing our own produce for the last few years, it saves tons of money and we have fresh ORGANIC lettuce, tomatoes, beans, carrots, onions, leeks, peas, beets, even potatoes, all grown at home in the yard, in containers, piles of fresh herbs, cucumbers, green peppers, melons, etc. Does anyone really think that I would go back to PAYING for crappy inferior stale shitty GM produce trucked from hundreds, if not thousands, of miles away????

Sure, we get some bugs on our plants and you know what happens? An army of other bugs (ladybugs) arrives to eat them. We made no effort whatsoever (apart from prudent pruning) to get rid of so-called "pests" - because really, there weren't any. And, just growing wild in the neighborhood are apples, pears, plums, loads of blackberries, strawberries, raspberries that no one trims or looks after, they are just around (the area I live in which is in a city used to be a huge orchard about 50 years ago, so there are remnants of the fruit trees and bushes everywhere throughout the neighborhood). So, we eat fresh all summer and save a pile of cash and for the winter, we just freeze as much as we can of the rest of the "crop" (except lettuce, which we then grow inside) so we have tomatoes and fuit and other veg from the garden in the wintertime.

If we have to buy any of that, we go to local greenhouses and by from them, never from a big store. And we look around for organic meats and free range eggs and chickens, if you buy locally and spend some time looking around you can find amazing deals of REAL unadulterated food for a lot cheaper than you might believe.

And it really is true, you get an amazing amount of satisfaction from eating something you grew yourself, knowing what soil you used, how you watered and with what, and just watching the plants grow - you really feel like you're looking after yourself. We aren't a "farm", just a yard in a house in a city neighborhood. But all the neighbors all around have gardens of veg and fruit, all of them. In fact there isn't one house on this street that does not have a vegetable garden.....

How are "they" going to stop people from doing this? We don't sell any of our food. We do, however, share with friends and neighbors, but how would they know?

Everyone should do this. Even if you live in an apartment, you can grow lettuce, herbs and tomatoes if you have windows. The investment of $$ is very small, but you do have to do a little work. Start off small, that's what we did. Eventually you get the hang of it and it gets easier, then you want to do more. Now we compost all our kitchen scraps and have wonderful organic fertilizer to use, so we don't have to buy any. We have seeds from our own plants, or we get seeds in the winter from the dollar stores for real cheap (you just have to make sure they aren't "modified").

We started off for fun and because we like fresh herbs and it kind of mushroomed from there. This isn't work, folks, it's much easier than it seems.

But most of all, you don't have to worry about what's on or in your food because you KNOW.

Sorry, I guess this turned into a rant, but no "Codex" imposed by some poobah will stop me from doing exactly what I want and how I want to. End of story.
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Great post about a neighborhood growing their own food!
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This is funded by Big Pharma. Their ultimate goal? To make the world sick via malnutrition so they can sell more drugs.

I can't think of anything more evil
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Praise The Holy Of Holy :: Rev 13:7 And it was given unto him to make war with the saints, and to overcome them: and power was given him over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations. Praise The Lamb:: Amen
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I think the Dr. that states this is kind of nuts
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iherb has 10% off.. go buy some vitamin C.. stat!

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