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The Documentation About "Codex Alimentarius"

Cover Terms for the Concealment of the Business With Disease

Part 1:
"Consumer Protection"
"Internationalize"
"Codex Alimentarius"

Whenever a cabal of financiers turns it back on humanity and sees profit in death and suffering, it must act secretly, masking its true intent with lies and disinformation.

Across the globe, hundred of millions of people are unaware of the enormity of the Codex Commission plans. If its actions were presented plainly, the people would soundly defeat them, but the commission has found a way to make its plot palatable. The Codex Commission began by manipulating the language in a way that George Orwell described in "1984."

Misnomer:
"Consumer Protection"

The quickest and most effective means to discredit vitamins and supplements is to fabricate undesirable side effects for them. The absurd rhetoric of the cartel politicians states: "Since vitamins and natural remedies are very dangerous, we must protect the consumer."

That explains why the meetings of the Codex Alimentarius Commission occur in the "German Federal Office for Health-Related Consumer Protection" in Berlin.


The "Federal Office for Health-related Consumer Protection"
(BgVV) in Berlin. The government building should be
open and welcome the people. Instead, the NATO barbed wire
protects the building and those inside from the people.

The "Consumer Protection Agencies" founded by the pharmaceutical industry have two main goals: to serve the cartel and to spread lies about vitamins to the public.

In 1992 and 1993, after Dr. Rath published indictments against the cartel, the pharmaceutical industry attempted to manipulate the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) into launching a large-scale media campaign to discredit Dr. Rath's findings. In the United States in 1994, the pharmaceutical cartel failed in its crusade to regulate vitamins. They tried to convince millions of people that vitamins should be available only by prescription. They reasoned that the public had to be guarded from "overdoses of vitamins." This argument became painfully absurd when the following FDA statistic was published:

From 1983 to 1990, there was not one casualty due to vitamins, amino acids, or any other supplements in the U.S.A. During the same time, however, more than 100,000 Americans died from the side effects of prescription medications. In industrialized nations, serious side effects from pharmaceutical drugs have reached epidemic levels and are the fourth most common cause of death.

The same lies about the side effects of vitamins will surface in the next Codex conference. The pharmaceutical cartel will tell any lie to persuade undecided Codex delegates. The public must remember that it has nothing to fear from vitamins. It should fear the prescription drugs whose side effects kill hundreds of thousands of people every year.

Misnomer:
"Internationalize"

As the Codex Commission wishes to protect the public from the side effects of vitamins, it also wishes to extend the protection across national borders. In Germany, 500 mg of vitamin C are considered a medication. The Codex Commission wishes to establish this standard for the rest of the world and to remove the right to chose from all nations.

Cover name
"Codex Alimentarius"

Behind this musical name one would expect an organization concerned with an ideal global nutrition. The term "Codex Alimentarius" itself means "Nutrition Code." Under this label should be a guideline for a proper diet including vitamins and minerals, but on the contrary, "Codex Alimentarius" means something very different. The commission has one function: safeguarding the global pharmaceutical markets.