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S. 510, Codex, and The One-World Government Agenda

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AP: S.510, the Food Safety Modernization Act, has Codex Alimentarius written all over it. By now, this much should be apparent. Besides the cumbersome regulations accompanied with traceability provisions which are merely a cover for surveillance to prevent small or local farmers from providing food outside of the corporate system, the bill gives unprecedented power over food production to FDA, HHS, and DHS. 
Overbearing regulations aimed at small food producers that provide larger facilities with an unfair advantage are a hallmark of Codex guidelines. Likewise, the ability of the FDA, HHS, and DHS to implement various standards independently, or as a result of executive decrees, signals the coming Codex principles to the American food supply. This much has been well documented in recent publications.  More

Lettuce: If eating it might kill you, would you still buy it?

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 While the FDA tries to unlawfully empower its agency with an eye on controlling the access to nutritional supplements, vitamins, minerals and herbs, actually funding a report that was carefully skewed to imply that nutritional aids of any kind could (not that they actually do) represent a health problem, the report never once sited any deaths, onset of disease or lifetime harm from consuming these products

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If heads of lettuce came with a circular that said: “Eating this head of lettuce could cause blood clots, stroke, heart attacks, seizures, paralysis, vomiting, flu-like symptoms, dizziness, diarrhea, cancer, or even death”….would you still eat lettuce?  No, most likely you wouldn’t.  And, most likely it would be illegal to grow, sell or consume, lettuce.  

Yet everyday, millions of people consume lethal and toxic medications that will cause all those symptoms and many others not listed.  Every one of those medications has been certified as safe by the FDA.  Every one of them has supposedly been subjected to rigorous testing and has been shown to be “safe”.  This makes me wonder what the definition of “safe” is in the FDA lexicon; and it makes me wonder when exacerbated health problems and possible death became an acceptable side affect.  And the FDA does consider death acceptable saying that if even a few people are helped by the poisons, those that weren’t helped, got sicker from side affects, and even those who died…..don’t matter.  Based on the lack of data for determining the safety of toxic medications, we can only assume the criteria is, purely profit driven both for the FDA and the manufacturer of whatever your poison of choice is. How else could these medications, if you can call them that, be available in the market?  More

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