The Documentation About "Codex Alimentarius"
The Pharmaceutical Republic of Germany
-- From "Arbeit mach frei" to "Codex Alimentarius"
This chapter illustrates how Codex Alimentarius ranks as one of the
grossest violations of human rights in history.
In the previous chapter, we saw that BASF, Bayer and Hoechst were the
principal actors behind Hitler's conquests of power and the main beneficiaries
of his campaigns of total global domination. But there is more. Together
these three firms owned 100% of IG Auschwitz, the largest industrial complex
outside the borders of the German Reich. The Auschwitz concentration camp
was nothing more than an industrial slave labor compound for these large
IG Auschwitz in 1944: 100% owned by Bayer, BASF and Hoechst
Just fifteen years after they were convicted in the Nuremberg War Crimes
Tribunal, these companies were again the architects of the next major
human rights offences. In 1962, they established the Codex Alimentarius
This dark period of German history is inextricably bound to one man,
Fritz ter Meer:
Fritz ter Meer - in 1947 sentenced by the Nuremberg Tribunal
- He was a member of the Managing Board of IG Farben from its inception
to its dissolution. As the Wartime Manager, he was responsible for IG
- In the Nuremberg Tribunal, ter Meer stated: "Forced labor did
not inflict any remarkable injury, pain, or suffering on the detainees,
particularly since the alternative for these workers would have been
- In 1948, ter Meer was sentenced by the Nuremberg Tribunal to seven
years in prison for plundering and slavery.
- In 1952, his sentence was commuted, due to the influence of powerful
- From 1956-1964, he was reinstated as a member of the Managing Board
of Bayer AG.
- In 1962, ter Meer was one of the architects of the Codex Alimentarius
Commission and one of the main designers of the schemes that would profit
from human suffering.
The deceptive title "Codex Alimentarius" is no accident. It
was devised by the same firms and indeed the same individuals, who gave
the Auschwitz concentration camp inmates the deceptive slogan "Arbeit
mach frei" ("Work makes you free").
The entrance of the Auschwitz Concentration Camp
As long as the Nazi infection continues to work its influence and threaten
the lives of untold millions, no German has the right to proclaim that
the Nazi era is finished.
How do Germans explain to foreigners that the same war criminal, ter
Meer, who was the godfather of the fraudulent "Arbeit mach frei"
slogan, is also responsible for the Codex Alimentarius deception? How
will Chancellor Schroeder and his federal regime answer this question?