Yet another One World Order weapon against humanity, ‘The Codex Alimentarius’

In my continuing quest for esoteric knowledge, I utilize many resources. Websites and online libraries are my primary sources. Recently podcasts on various parapolitical/paranormal blogs have become a valuable finding. Of course one must be careful when using these things due to the varying agendas of the individual(s) running these sites. The old cliche ‘gleaning seed from the chaff’ applies applicably when surfing the InnerTubes.

But because of the very existence of the ‘Tubes, much to the Order’s dismay, the exposure of their cruel and despotic plans for the future of humanity have spread through the ether that otherwise would’ve been relegated to the back alleys of underground publications. This still could happen if the Bilderbergs and the Pentagon have their way in the short future, but that’s for another day. Fortunately for the time being, we still have this valuable resource.

One discovery I just made, and it probably is old news to some of my readers, is the Codex Alimentarius. Sound ominous? It’s meant to be. But all it means is ‘Food Code’ or ‘Food Book’ in Greek. By using the Greek name, the Order has made sure the publication sounds ‘difficult’ in the average person’s mind so they would just ignore it. And it works. The Codex was started in the 1960s under the auspices of the U.N. and the WHO. Innocently enough, it was to, “…protect the health of consumers and 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“.

That’s fair I guess. But like all things that start out helping people originally, it was co-opted by people whose sole purpose is to cause chaos, gain personal power, create a stratified society, control food production and just make an everyday person’s life a living hell because they can.

One person who decided to expose this evil plan to control the food and drug production by the mega-agribusinesses and ‘Big Pharma’ is Ian R. Crane. Mr Crane, according to his blog bio is, “…an ex-oilfield executive who has lived and worked in the Middle East, mainland Europe and the USA, Ian has spent the past ten years studying mythology, alternative history, secret societies, esotericism, … and deep geopolitics…“. He doesn’t sound like the typical weird tinfoiler does he? Yours truly included of course.

Crane has done much research into the Codex and its relationship to the Order. His writing is clear and unobtrusive. And he connects the breadcrumbs very well:

Few people would argue that the 21st Century has been uneventful, yet the vast majority stay locked in a paradigm of ‘bread and circuses’; working increasingly long hours in response to spiralling costs and lulled into indifference by daily doses of Eastenders, Corrie, Big Brother or Sport.

Consequently, few people will be aware that on 15th May 2007, just six weeks before being appointed Prime Minister, Gordon Brown joined ranks with George Bush Snr by publicly stating his commitment to the political philosophy of globalisation and the establishment of a New World Order.

So what does all this have to do with Natural Health? Part of the New World Order agenda is to restrict and ultimately prohibit the sale of all natural health products. According to John Hammell, a legislative advocate and the founder of International Advocates for Health Freedom (IAHF), here is what we have to look forward to:

“If Codex Alimentarius has its way, then herbs, vitamins, minerals, homeopathic remedies, amino acids and other natural remedies you have taken for granted most of your life will be gone. The name of the game for Codex is to shift all remedies into the prescription category so they can be controlled exclusively by the medical monopoly and its bosses, the major pharmaceutical firms.”

However, this is just the tip of the iceberg; behind the Codex Alimentarius Commission are the United Nations and the World Health Organization, working in conjunction with the multinational pharmaceutical cartel and international banks. It is now a criminal offence in parts of Europe to sell herbs as foods. An agreement called EEC6565 equates selling herbs as foods to selling other illegal drugs. Action is being taken to accelerate bringing other European countries into ‘harmonisation’.

Not to mention using this as a method of population control. When this ‘Codex’ becomes international law on December 2009, all organic foods and herbs become illegal. If any food that isn’t grown by agribusiness, or any drug that isn’t manufactured by a pharmaceutical company is sold, severe fines and or prison is the punishment. Any farmer who doesn’t use the genetically engineered ‘suicide’ seeds sold by Monsanto, Dow Chemical or Bayer will be fined and sued. Individuals growing medicinal and psychoactive herbs will be arrested, jailed and fined. How’s that for Brave New World? Are you ready for it?

There is a little known story about the United State’s ongoing brutality and experimentation on the Iraqi people. In 2004, the U.S. controlled puppet ‘government’ was forced to pass a law making saving seeds from a previous harvest illegal for farmers to use. Any farmer who still wished to farm their land had to purchase Monsanto’s GM suicide seeds. Of course, there are NWO banksters there to ‘loan’ money to these poor farmers.

No conspiracy, move along, nothing to see here, just ‘spreading democracy’ through the Middle East to ‘proteck ‘Muurrikkka” from evul turrists!

I believe my wife used that brand of ‘spreading democracy’ in her flower garden this spring.

As far as I know, it’s still legal to grow petunias, lillies and tulips.

Codex Alimentarius

New World Order & Codex Alimentarius

Ian R. Crane’s foodcode.blogspot.com

2004 Patent Law making reuse seeds illegal in Iraq

Iraqi farmers might prefer suicide

 

As a side note, I will be engaged in family activities and business the rest of this Memorial Day Weekend.

One must remember that at one time, the United States of America was an actual Republic and many people did give their lives in defense of the values we once had. They should be suitably honored.

And even if you have the take that people since the American Civil War who joined the military were working for the Rothschild and Rockefeller criminal organizations to form the American Empire don’t deserve to be honored, I leave you with these words from Marine Corps Major General Smedley Butler:

My mental faculties remained in suspended animation while I obeyed the orders of the higher-ups. This is typical with everyone in the military. 

Sad, but true. And I speak from personal experience like Butler does.

But here’s my favorite Butler quote:

War is a racket. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives. 

Wisdom learned late is better than not learned at all I say. So please honor all vets this Memorial Day, even the non-American vets. 

Remember, the NWO doesn’t distinguish its cannon-fodder.

P.S. Regularly scheduled far-out brain farts resume Tuesday May 27th. Peace.

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16 responses

  1. Hi dad2059 et. al. …

    Leave it to the Eurocrats to refine the act of regulating to a high artform. I’ve made it a point to read all the material and the associated links. What’s interesting it was three German pharmaceutical companies that initally pushed for vitamins to be treated as a drug related product rather than as a food supplement forcing vitamins to be dispensed via a prescription.

    Evidently the push went down inflames due to high resistance from committee participants. As the article content develops it seems that products of this nature are going to be left in the “food” category at least for the time being. I’m not advocating that we should all rest easy.

    We need to extricate ourselves from the WTO which is a eurocrats dream come true. They’ve managed to create a Euro-Union of sorts, along with its mountain of byzantine regulations, but key nations have opted out such as France causing problems for these everbusy eureaucratic organizers.

    What peoples of the world have to do is to chuck the idea of using F1 hydbrid seeds and to move back into growing heirloom varieties that are true-breeding or at least dedicate a portion of their annual prodution to such fare. Non F1 hybrids and non-GMO’d seeds are still available, but are ever-shrinking in availability at least if Monsanto and ADM have any say about it.

    It’s mentioned that farmers in India are committing suicide due to the fact they are experiencing crop failures and cannot pay off their debts etc. If the Indian government cared about their plight they’d see to it that these people had a source of native, non F1 hybrid/GMO’d seeds to work with, but as in all emerging market nations or outright third world types the higherups are all easily bought off by corrupt American and Euro Ag/Chemical cartels.

    I thought I’d post a link listing access to a number of companies that provide non-hybrid, true-breeding so-called heirloom varieties. Granted these varieties might not be as disease resistant as their more modern high-yielding, relatively disease free counterparts, but if there’s an interruption in the commercial source for these type of seeds the farmers are out of business and in third world situations will starve to death. With true-breeding varieties they can allocate a certain amount of their crops for seed production so they’ll have free seed for the next seasons crops. Seed from F1 hybrids have too much variability so they can’t be used to reproduce a large monocrop with any predictable reliability.

    I plant heirloom varieties in my garden and enjoy saving seeds for the upcoming season. It’s both quaint and fun too. : )

    http://www.vegparadise.com/heirloom.html

    Carl Nemo **==

  2. I posted one, but Aski the dog is evidently part of the NWO cabal too… : ))

    Nemo **==

  3. This is a relatively new subject for me to research Nemo, although European bloggers have been ranting about it for years apparently. As Highway would say, “That’s because they’ve been chaffing under bankster slavery longer than we have.”

    I’m not ignorant about organic farming though. I grew up on a farm that used little to no chemicals, pure manure for plant food and cultivators to weed. I spent many a long day on top of a narrow front-end tractor on a hilly old farm. It’s not for me.

    I have cousins who do it though. They save their seed corn every year and grass seed too if they can manage it. Their farms have to be recertified every three years in order for them to remain ‘organic’ and to get market value for their dairy products and vegetables.

    I wonder about how this ‘law’ is going to affect organic farmers here? Nobody knows crap in the U.S. about this ‘Codex’ so I decided to start spreading the meme around. December 2009 isn’t very far off!

  4. Hi dad2059…

    Thanks for posting info about the Codex. I was not aware of such intense regulatory nonsense at the global level, but am not surprised. Educated, lazy, ever-cunning people are always scheming on how to ripoff the producers of anything via byzantine regulations, laws and taxes. : |

    Carl Nemo **==

  5. The Highwayman | Reply

    Being associated with the agriculture racket, again, only rankles my ass all the more, when I see the gross monopolization of the big agrochemical giants over the industry. You know, I hate to even call it an industry, for the reason that like you mentioned, it once was a lifestyle for many Americans, like your own family. Now, it’s just a commercial construct, with mega-farms being the only practical and allowable means to participate in the business.

    The land isn’t broken properly, every season, just ‘chemmed’ into submission, and of course that leads to further problems like alkalinity and compaction, etc, and of course big $$$ having to be spent in application and the equipment to apply it. You can easily see from all of this that commerce, in it’s very essence, is a religion all it’s own, to it’s elitist adherents. “You cannot serve both God and Mammon.” Interesting that the gospel writer should put it in just that way! Business and money ARE a religion… a god, to the banksters!

    It is said that a time-honored tradition in Nathan Rothschild’s home was to set an extra place at the table for Satan. If that isn’t worship, what is? Anyway, if and when all of this regulation comes to pass, along with all of the other totalitarian measures, my biggest fear will be that I might be coerced to respond to my ‘primal’ urges to protect myself, and that means that duped law enforcement might be hurt in the process. When society inevitably does break down, there will be a lot of desperate people looking for ways to feed themselves, and homes and gardens will be prime targets.

    There has been a spate of home invasions in our neck of the woods, and people have been kidnapped for their ATM card, then killed. There is no value placed on human life, anymore, and we can thank our totalitarian leaders for the fine example they have provided with their meddling and invading with and of sovereign countries. Killing under the auspices and sanction of world-police type organizations such as the UN does not, repeat NOT justify what is going on in the Middle East and Iraq and Afghanistan!

    This old rebel, I fear, will not go down easily.

    👿

  6. The Highwayman | Reply

    I think I’ll link to this article of yours, marine, as it will show many just how tightly the NWO net is spun.

    And Happy Memorial Day to all!

  7. Thanks Highwayman for your thoughts concerning the ugly side of modern agriculture and your Memorial Day wishes. Same to you good buddy.

    I thought you would enjoy a link that I’m supplying concerning the root cause of the end of civilization, not only regionally over time, but on a planetary basis in the end. Interestingly it’s all linked to the destruction of Earth’s “soil” cover…!

    It’s a piece written by William H. Kotke (umlaut over the o) and I think readers will enjoy the overview of his work and reasons for our demise as a species setting nukes and biological reasons aside.

    http://www.rainbowbody.net/Finalempire/index.html

    I’m also supplying a link for my favorite earth population counter. Make sure to click on the extended version in the lower left hand corner of the page for extended data.

    http://www.netlingo.com/more/poptick.html

    The reason is that we’ve just reached and exceeded the 6.8 billion mark and are closing in on 7 billion “eaters” …!

    Carl Nemo **==

  8. Hi dad2059…

    I’ve got one in queue that didn’t post. Thanks.

    Nemo **==

  9. Highwayman et. al. …

    Concerning the Earth Population counter, the extended version is in the lower right hand corner. My apologies. I wrote my reply rather early and evidently I don’t know my left from the right…”give me yur left yur right yur left ! …that ol’ time jody call…no?! :))

    Nemo **==

  10. I read your Heritage Seeds site Carl, pretty cool. It’s given me some ideas. I gotta ask my wife if we have the garden space. I don’t think it’s too late yet.

    Hey Highway, go ahead and help yourself. I know you hate slaving for the NWO, I hate it too.

    We have to pick and choose our battles though, hack one limb of the kraken off at a time! )^)

  11. Hi dad2059…

    It makes me happy to hear you and your wife are enthused with the idea of planting heirloom seeds. They are also turning up in the stores more often too. One gourmet tomato variety is the large German heirloom’s which can be either orange or red, but they have watermelon like stripes running along the the sides from the stem to the base. They are quite large and need at least an 80 day season to ripen thoroughly. Sliced on a burger they are out of this world and even making tomato sandwiches on toast is great eating too.

    The secret to outdoor limited space gardening to prepare the bed in the French intensive gardening method by producing double dug beds. You dig the bed to one shovel length for a given length of your row and lay the soil on the side. then you either dig another shovel length deep below this initial digout laying that soil on the side too, then you put the original removed soil from layer one back into the bottom and then the bottom layer on top of the the first creating a bed of super loosened double-dug soil. Also you can use a spading fork fork to simply aerate this lower layer above the first instead of digging it out. You can also add bagged compost and organic amendments to both these soil layers as you reconstitutue your beds. So you create a super-lofted soil bed. It can be quite small; ie, 3×3, 4×4 or of rectangular proportions, but I recommend that smaller is better and that having two small beds is better than a single large bed.

    You “do not” walk on these prepared beds after you go through this amount of work. The bed should have a slight crown too. It will retain its tilth and water can percolate much more efficiently throughout the rootzone. If you have bum soil then spend the money on a load of quality weedfree planting soil delivered from your local nursery or purchase in multiple bags in order to create these beds.

    Some folks opt for raised beds which achieve warmth in the rootzone earlier and maintain warmth in the same until later in the season. You can also put a cloche’; ie., a hoop type covering over these type beds in order to start early and to harvest late into the season post frost. There’s a company in Vermont; ie., Gardeners Supply that offer raised bed kits too out of recycled materials. Or you can construct them from lumber, preferably non-treated other than the corner posts which support the bed corners from splaying out due to soil mass pressure.

    There are links to explain French intensive gardening methods; ie., the digging thereof etc. The secret is in the soil and creating a proper, healthy environment for the roots. These beds will last many subsequent seasons without a major rework as long as you do not walk on them. So the first season takes most of the work, but subsequent years will be a piece of cake relatively speaking and you’ll look forward to the minimal prep and the fun of planting and harvesting. The reason most people fail at soil gardening is that they fail to prepare a healthy deeply tilled seedbed. They plant seed or starts in soil that’s far too hard six inches below the ground and they end up with marginal, very disappointing results.

    These aforementioned methods also lend them self well to ooze hose type of watering at the rootzone. So you can set up either a timed or manual watering of the veggies via a sweat hoze which is more efficacious for watering then the old hose or sprinkler method which encourages plant diseases and soil level mold and fungus.

    The best pesticides are from natural sources such as Neem tree oil and nicotine sulfate. Simply buying a pack of cigarettes, then stripping the tobacco from the cigs followed by soaking the material in rubbing alcohol for 24 hours will make a deadly, environmentally safe pesticide without residual buildup. Of course this is a concentrate so only a few tablespoons diluted in a gallon sized pump sprayer will be more than enough. Keep the concentrate in a safe place. No insect is immune to the effects of nicotine alkaloids other than the tobacco goatworm. Even handling tobacco at harvest time can be dangerous and the workers are gloved. Nicotine sulfate may still be available in your area, but its been pulled off the shelves in mine. I stocked up years ago.

    If you ever have any further questions then feel free to contact me via our back channel; ie., email.

    Carl Nemo **==

  12. Good to hear about some organic gardening and seed saving going on.
    I try to keep the same family of seeds going and they evolve to meet the temperature and climate of your area.

    Control of the food of the sheeple!?? Well, those NWO Freaks can stick their CODEX up their alimentarious…G:

    http://mosnas.googlepages.com/cherokeepurpletomatoe

  13. Good to hear about natural gardening and seed saving from you tinfoilers. I save a few seeds every year from the crops that I want to keep. I think that the quality of the crop improves with evolution, so I have some tomatoes that have been around for a lot of generations.

    As for geneticly engineered seed, herbicides and pesticides? Those NWO Freaks can stick their CODEX up their alimentarious…G:

    http://mosnas.googlepages.com/cherokeepurpletomatoe

  14. Cap’n Nemo and you are the pros when it comes to this Heritage stuff Geez, I’m just a novice!

  15. Hi dad2059 et. al. …

    Upon revisiting this article I was quite happy to hear from Anonymous and Wordgeezer about their heirloom seed activities. I hope folks that are into serious gardening, canning and trying to provide for their families in the event of a breakdown in our supply lines due to rising fuel costs take heed. It can happen folks! So heirloom seeds is where it’s at. You need to deepsix your Burpee catalog and send off for the one’s associated with my Vegiparadise link supplied above. I’ll do so again.

    http://www.vegparadise.com/heirloom.html

    Get crackin’ get “smug” that you are no longer dependent on “the man” for next years seed.

    On another subject is the need for high quality protein. My advice is to buy cases of egg or whey protein from the various major vitamin outlets such as Vitamin Shoppe, Swanson’s et. al. Egg is the the premier benchmark for high grade protein with high quality whey coming second. It also comes in various flavors. You can dilute them simply with water, mix then drink. It’s a simple way to get the essential proteins into your system. In reality there are no essential carbs, only proteins and fats which are necessary for our existence.

    For those that have fantasies of eating game animals, I must warn you that fetching “big game” will be an exception rather than the rule, so you best be prepared to eat small game; ie.., squirrels, rabbits, and even cats and dogs if necessary. If you think I’m joking then you need to confer with Chinese peasants. So purchase a couple of Havahart live traps and you’ll find trapping four-legged house or camp meat a piece of cake. Also break your piggy bank and purchase a quality .22 rimfire rifle along with various rounds such as CB caps, subsonic 22 cartridges in long/longrifle casings and regular long rifle loadings. It will provide a way of dispatching your live catch humanely and also some measure of protection.

    Complex carbs such as potatoes, grains, fruits and vegetables are the best with white sugar corn syrup based carbs simply a luxury associated with the decadence of modern civilization.

    Don’t assume that you’ll always be able to go your local food chain and buy everything you want. Learn where your local farmers markets are located and start patronizing your local producers in season. Quit giving your hard-earned bucks to these aforementioned corporate gangsters as outlined in this site article.

    Carl Nemo **==

    p.s. Stock on toilet paper, tissues and paper towels too. It’s no fun to wipe your butt with slick papered advertising… : ))

  16. Hi dad2059…

    I returned to this article because I saw some repsonses on Google. Anyway I have a reply in queue. Thanks.

    Nemo **==

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