13 November 2012
Codex Alimentarius exemplifies the type of pressure brought to bear upon weaker nations by the United Nations. The Codex Alimentarius (Latin for “food book”) is a collection of internationally recognized standards, codes of practice, guidelines and other recommendations relating to food production and food safety. Its texts are developed and maintained by the Codex Alimentarius Commission, a body that was established in 1963 by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO). The main aims of the Commission concern the health of consumers and to ensure fair practices in the international food trade. The Codex Alimentarius is recognized by the World Trade Organization as an international reference point for the resolution of disputes concerning food safety and consumer protection.
It was reported that in 1996 a German delegation put forward a proposal that no herb, vitamin or mineral should be sold for preventive or therapeutic reasons, and that supplements should be reclassified as drugs. The proposal was agreed upon, but protests halted its implementation. The United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and World Health Organization (WHO) have stated that the guidelines are “to stop consumers overdosing on vitamin and mineral food supplements.” The Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC) has said that the guidelines call “for labeling that contains information on maximum consumption levels of vitamin and mineral food supplements.” The World Health Organization has also said that the guidelines ensure that consumers receive beneficial health effects from vitamins and minerals.
The idea for Codex Alimentarius was revived by president for IG Farben – a huge German pharmaceutical company under the Rockefeller umbrella. During the Nuremberg trial the president of IG Farben was convicted of war crimes. After serving his sentence he pitched an idea to the United Nations to control food -claiming that those who control food control the world. The history of the United Nations is really a history of a bunch of rich men that formulated a globalist plan to control major sectors like intelligence (CIA) banking (The World Bank), trade agreements (WTO), drugs, mental and physical health monopolies (WHO) and dozens of other agencies in an effort to control every aspect of human life planet wide.
Any country that is Codex compliant automatically wins in the World Courts; so there is a race for each country to become Codex complaint. Codex Alimentarius is a trade organization NOT a health organization. Nutrients are considered foods in the Shays however Codex classified vitamins and minerals as poisons. In 23 years 10 people have died from vitamins and in the same time period drugs that are not limited or regulated kill over 10,000 people a year.
Codex has raised the limits of toxins in foods – veterinary chemicals are now allowed. Codex has allowed 7 of the 9 most dangerous Persistent Organic Pollutants that were banned by the United States and 176 other countries. With Codex these toxins and the foods that contain these (mostly pesticides) will be forced on all countries worldwide and considered a trade violation if stopped.
According to the UN, initiating Codex will result in 3 billion deaths, one billion through starvation and the other 2 billion will die through preventable diseases. Those that have the money to afford clean food and medical treatment will live longer and they will experience a far greater quality of life. Joining the World Health Organization did not meet the two thirds majority mandated by US law, instead it was decided by Bill
Clinton. Countries need to take back their sovereignty from the United Nations which is moving towards globalization and the New World Order- an order that is built on the backs of the most economically oppressed populations on the planet while a small sliver at the top of the economic pyramid rake in fortunes.
Another example concerns a milk additive called Prosilac (Bovine Growth Hormone). The manufacturer – Monsanto could not get Canada to approve the chemical in their countries food supply. In the US a news story on the dangers of Prosilac was never ran due to pressure from Monsanto and owner of FOX News Rupert Murdock. The FOX reporters that did attempt to air the story were fired then bribed but refused to compromise their integrity. The Codex Alimentarius has included the Bovine Growth Hormone, which has clearly been proven to be destructive to an individuals health and yet it is to be added to all milk worldwide by international law.
The National Nutritional Foods Association and Council from National Nutrition members include Pfizer, Merck, Monsanto, Bayer, BASF, ADM, Eastern Chemical, Glaxo. These huge transnational chemical corporations bought into the nutrient business. Whether there is any interest in food or nutrients the rights of man are what is at stake and his freedom.