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Originally posted by Redwookieaz
reply to post by berrygurrl
Well it would seem they are at the very least well on their way to implementing it. Between the court case, executive order, and with the new council we are in trouble. Hopefully people see what they're doing and it's all the more reason for us to take action now!
Thanks for the thread and keep spreading the good word
Originally posted by metro
I'm surprised at ATS for mocking and disregarding this very important topic. The intelligence has been steadily going downwards for a while now. I say it's time to close registrations.
The point of Codex Alimentarius is not to make vitamins ILLEGAL or to ban vitamins outright. That was never the goal.
The goal of Codex Alimentarius is to classify vitamins as toxins. When they're classified as toxins, they will be subject to stiff regulations and law regarding how much can be safely ingested. So where you're used to seeing 500mg-1000mg of vitamin C supplements, you would see supplements ranging from 25mg-50mg.
Once vitamins are classified as toxins, they will be severely regulated. I hope you enjoy paying for and chomping down 20 pills a day just to get your minimums.
[edit on 19-6-2010 by metro]
Originally posted by justadood
vitamins are toxins. people should eat food, not pills.
Originally posted by Gakus
So he outlawed the use of things which don't work in the first place?
Oh the horror! Get a grip on reality. There's a reason herbal medicines and the like aren't mainstream, THEY DON'T WORK.
and when released was welcomed in the UN, of all places for a psychopathic criminal to be welcomed
I'm sorry to be rude, but these are two of the stupidest comments I've ever seen in my entire life.
If you send one email to Congress, it will ostensibly count as 13,000 emails. (US Congress suggests that for each person who takes the time to write or email a congressperson, there are another 13,000 others who share similar views but do not take the time to promulgate them.)