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  • Agenda 21 - What Is It? Apparently is is a plan to reduce the population

    06/22/2011 12:44:33 PM PDT · by TEXOKIE · 658 replies
    Vanity | Various
    Several people have become interested in a quite controversial topic called "AGENDA 21." They have requested being on a ping list for this topic. While I do not have time to do a thorough treatment of this subject, nor am I in any way an expert, I am willing at least for a time,to ping people as I run across articles which might pertain to this concern. It might be good to start with an examination of just what it is or might be. To kick this discussion and exploration off,I did a Google search (just for fun) on "Agenda...
  • FDA Set to Ban Your Supplements

    12/02/2011 9:07:38 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 57 replies
    Big Health Report ^ | December 1, 2011 | BHR
    The FDA has issued a proposed mandate that represents the greatest threat to dietary supplements since 1994. Back in the early 1990s, consumers were so alarmed by FDA bullying that they staged a massive revolt. The result was that Congress passed a law prohibiting the FDA from banning popular nutrients (as the agency had threatened to do). There was, however, a loophole in the 1994 law. The FDA was given authority to regulate ingredients introduced after October 15, 1994. It has been 17 years, but the FDA just issued draconian proposals as to how it intends to regulate what it...
  • Walnuts Are Drugs, Says FDA

    07/21/2011 2:35:09 PM PDT · by nralife · 175 replies
    The New American ^ | Thursday, 21 July 2011 10:10 | Michael Tennant
    Seen any walnuts in your medicine cabinet lately? According to the Food and Drug Administration, that is precisely where you should find them. Because Diamond Foods made truthful claims about the health benefits of consuming walnuts that the FDA didn’t approve, it sent the company a letter declaring, “Your walnut products are drugs” — and “new drugs” at that — and, therefore, “they may not legally be marketed … in the United States without an approved new drug application.” The agency even threatened Diamond with “seizure” if it failed to comply. Diamond’s transgression was to make “financial investments to educate...
  • Obama Signs Legislation To Make Supplements and Alternative Health Remedies Illegal

    05/15/2011 9:01:04 AM PDT · by Windflier · 95 replies ^ | September 14th, 2010 | James Williams
    Right through the back door, while everyone was focused on the gulf oil spill, Barack Obama gave his signature to legislation permitting the U.S. Government to outlaw supplements and alternative health treatments. That means that the supplements you take and therapies you use to keep your body healthy, can now be made illegal by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Obama quietly gave permission for Codex Alimentarius - the United Nation's worldwide plan for food standards - to take effect in the U.S. via Executive Order 13544 of June 10, 2010....
  • Truth is Getting Out on SB-510 Globalist Food Control –from the Gulag; Continue to Spread the Word

    11/22/2010 5:24:18 PM PST · by unspun · 10 replies
    Gulag Bound ^ | November 22, 2010 | Arlen Williams
    We are glad to see some push-back against SB-510 in the U. S. Senate, last week, but there needs to be much more, now. Last Wednesday's cloture vote passed, 74 to 25. This shows us how much work we have before us, to winnow out Congress, especially achieving the achievable, by cleansing the ranks of the GOP in Congress. Here are the Republican senators who issued "Yes" votes, for debate and final vote on this bill, from Thomas Lifson, chief editor of American Thinker: Alexander (R-TN) Barrasso (R-WY) Collins (R-ME) Corker (R-TN) Enzi (R-WY) Grassley (R-IA) Gregg (R-NH) Johanns (R-NE)...
  • Your right to choose vitamins and other supplements could end this year (ALERT)

    02/04/2005 1:55:31 PM PST · by FeeinTennessee · 25 replies · 1,988+ views
    Your right to choose your vitamin, mineral and other supplements may end in June-August of this year (2005). After that U.S. supplements will be defined and controlled by the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the World Health Organization (WHO). The CODEX ALIMENTARIUS (Food Code) is setting the supplement standards for all countries in the WTO. They will be enforced by the WTO and will over ride U.S. laws. The U.S. President and Congress agreed to this take-over when the WTO Treaty was signed. Violations are punished by WTO trade sanctions. CODEX drastically restricts vitamins, minerals, herbs and other supplements. CODEX...
  • Codex Threatens Health of Billions

    08/06/2009 8:20:56 PM PDT · by ex-Texan · 368 replies · 7,348+ views
    Natural News ^ | 7/30/2009 | Barbara Minton, Editor
    Your right to eat healthy food and use supplements of your choice is rapidly vanishing, but every effort has been made to keep you in the dark about the coming nutricide. Codex Alimentarius is scheduled for full global implementation on December 31, 2009, and not a word has been spoken in main stream media about this threat to humanity. Yet, according to the projections based on figures from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), a minimum of 3 billion people will die from the Codex mandated vitamin and mineral guideline alone. Former Nazi is...

    05/12/2009 3:06:21 PM PDT · by kcvl · 66 replies · 2,299+ views
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  • FDA Urged to Step Up Regulation of Supplements: Adverse events are largely underreported.

    04/05/2009 7:26:39 AM PDT · by neverdem · 33 replies · 1,360+ views
    Family Practice News ^ | 15 March 2009 | MICHELE G. SULLIVAN
    The days when the dietary supplements industry is allowed to regulate itself may be numbered following release of a federal report addressing growing concerns about dietary supplement industry. The report, issued this month by the Government Accountability Office, calls on the Food and Drug Administration to expand adverse event reporting and increase its efforts to educate the public about the safety, efficacy, and labeling of these products. The GAO investigation into supplement safety was made at the request of Congress. According to the 77-page report, the FDA should be tracking all levels of adverse events related to the use of...
  • FDA Declares Vitamin B6 A Drug

    02/15/2009 12:53:00 PM PST · by vivalaoink · 142 replies · 5,404+ views
    Natural News ^ | 13 Feb 09 | Natural News
    The FDA has effectively banned a naturally-occurring form of vitamin B6 called pyridoxamine by declaring it to be a drug, reports the American Association for Health Freedom. Responding to a petition filed by a drug company, the FDA declared pyridoxamine to be "a new drug." Now, any nutritional supplements containing pyridoxamine will be considered adulterated and illegal by the FDA, which may raid vitamin companies and seize such products. See the history of FDA raids on vitamin companies here: Pyridoxamine occurs naturally in fish, chicken and other foods (, putting the FDA in the strange position of banning a...
  • Iran Sets Standards for Food Export (Pistachios)

    05/29/2007 6:20:30 PM PDT · by JACKRUSSELL · 4 replies · 454+ views
    PressTV ^ | Tuesday, May 29, 2007 | PressTV
    Iran's proposed permitted limit for aflatoxin levels in pistachios has been approved by the 39th session of Codex Alimentarius Commission's in China.An official with Iran's Agriculture-Jihad Ministry told IRNA on Tuesday that Codex has agreed to set 15 ppb (parts per billion) as acceptable aflatoxin levels for exported pistachios till March 2009. Farid Jalali, who is in charge of the ministry's international affairs added, "It is quite probable that Codex will accept the permitted level permanently. " While the EU was insisting on 4 ppb, Iran managed to convince the committee by putting forth statistics and evidence that 15 ppb...
  • China starts mobile food testing

    05/11/2007 10:47:40 PM PDT · by hedgetrimmer · 22 replies · 635+ views
    China's business hub of Shanghai will use mobile testing units it says can verify the safety of most food within 30 minutes, as fears grow at home and abroad over contaminated Chinese products ranging from cough syrup to pet food. All districts of the city have been equipped with "food safety testing vehicles and personnel," eliminating the need for expensive and time-consuming laboratory tests, the official Xinhua News Agency said in a report issued late Wednesday. "The system can tell the safety of most food products within 30 minutes," Li Jie, deputy director of the Shanghai Food and Drug Supervision...
  • Panama agriculture minister resigns over US talks ("free trade" vs food safety)

    01/29/2006 11:44:09 AM PST · by hedgetrimmer · 30 replies · 745+ views
    Reuters ^ | Jan 10, 2006 | Doug Palmer
    PANAMA CITY (Reuters) - Panama's agriculture minister resigned on Tuesday, alleging that a proposed free trade deal with the United States could expose the country to bird flu, foot and mouth disease and mad cow disease. Laurentino Cortizo told President Martin Torrijos he feared Panama could be forced to ignore its own food health standards in a free trade deal with Washington. "It worries me enormously that a relaxing of the sanitary measures could put the health and lives of Panamanians at risk," he said in his resignation letter, a copy of which was seen by Reuters. "Have you analyzed...
  • New Challenges, New Failures: The UN

    04/11/2003 9:36:22 PM PDT · by Utah Girl · 2 replies · 183+ views
    NRO ^ | 4/11/2003 | Henry I. Miller & Gregory Conko
    The way in which scientific endeavors are pursued globally is marked by clear inequalities, said United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan in a recent editorial. Noting that developing countries spend much less on scientific research and produce fewer scientists, Annan warned that this unbalanced distribution creates problems for both the scientific community in developing countries and for development itself. He further urged scientists and scientific institutions around the world to resolve this inequity and bring the benefits of science to all. How humanitarian. How enlightened. How hypocritical. In fact, for a large portion of the world's population, the U.N.'s wanton...