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Codex Alimentarius:

Monstrously Toxic Power Play

for Control of the Global Food Supply

& the Natural Health Industry


Compiled from various sources and edited

by David Klein, B.S., Ph.D.

Editor, Living Nutrition magazine


This article is a prerelease version coming in Living Nutrition vol. 20,

due out in November, 2007.



The Codex Alimentarius agenda, long fermenting in the recesses of closed board rooms and governmental chambers, is now coming to light. It is the paramount issue of our times. If Codex standards ever replace U.S. food and food-supplement laws, it will affect everything—not just Americans' right to choose supplements, but our right to grow crops with untampered seeds, to obtain pure organic food from stores and to live free of the tyranny of Big Agro-Chem-Pharma-Med and health-destructive FDA rules enacted and enforced by a pro-corporate, anti-health freedom government. For every reason—the health of yourself, your family, friends, fellow world citizens, all creatures, future generations and the survival of the Earth—we must exercise our democratic duty and be vigilant.


Please take action now and continue your opposition to Codex via our legislative channels to prevent the pro-disease industries from seizing the total power they crave. It's our obligation to tell our Congressional leaders to stop Codex and promote food and health safety and freedom. At stake is our right to live healthfully. Remember: it was vehement, relentless defiance by the founders of our nation which broke the grips of stifling tyranny and gave us the life we cherish. At this time of mounting crisis, each of us must expose this clandestine monster and flex our democratic muscles like never before.


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Scott Tips, Esq. & Paul Anthony Taylor—www.thenhf.com

The National Health Federation (NHF) is the only health-freedom organization with recognized status at Codex Alimentarius meetings, which gives it the right to speak out and submit comments on all Codex actions. As a case in point, the NHF was the only delegation at the 2005 Codex Alimentarius Commission meeting in Rome, Italy to speak out against the adoption of the ridiculously harsh Vitamin and Mineral Food Supplement Guidelines submitted to the Commission for approval. Founded more than 52 years ago by an array of health-freedom activists, the NHF is the oldest health-freedom organization in the world, and has been following Codex issues for more than 10 years.


Codex is not just about nutritional supplements, although that is an important part. In fact, it is the primary political battlefield where the war is being waged about who will regulate and control the global food supply, from field and stable to table. This "war" is being waged by an increasingly tangled web of global governmental and international authorities, aligned with big business and financial interests, and, as such, profit and power are its prime goals—not human health.


Although American dietary supplements are currently protected —somewhat—by the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA), they are being outflanked by Codex and an interlocking array of emerging regional and international treaties, agreements, regulatory “handshakes” and other executive arrangements that will "harmonize" our food laws to harsh European standards, thereby relegating DSHEA to the dust bin of history and suppressing our health freedoms...unless we take immediate action.


Do we want to see a world where our access to safe, nutritious foods and effective dietary supplements is restricted, suppressed, and controlled by government in alliance with its pharmaceutical and chemical partners? If not, we must act now, before it's too late.


Contacting government bureaucrats with your complaints is largely a waste of time. Effective action takes the form of informing others and contacting your representatives in Congress. Remember: be “persistently vocal”—politicians don't see the light; they feel the heat. Make them feel the heat.


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Shannara Johnson—www.caseyresearch.com

Ever heard of the Codex Alimentarius? If not, don't be surprised. It's one of the best-kept “open secrets” of the U.S. government. The World Trade Organization (WTO) accepted the standards of the Codex-and at some point, all member countries of the WTO will be required to implement the Codex, 'to harmonize the standards' for the global trade of foods. It may present the greatest disaster for our food supply—and thus for our health—this country has ever seen.


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Chris Gupta—[tinyurl.com]

Codex is not an easy subject to get to grips with. With over 20 committees meeting on an annual basis, and published reports comprising a total of over 1,600 pages in 2005 alone, most people are blissfully unaware of the extent to which its activities affect their health. Read on to discover the bigger picture behind the Codex Alimentarius Commission's support for the "business with disease."


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Tamara Thérèsa Mosegaard—www.mayday-info.dk

MayDay is a Danish civil health-rights organization that has been following Codex since 1999 and has taken part in the Danish national delegation to Codex meetings. Despite Denmark's relatively small size, MayDay has had significant impact on the European food-supplement regulatory scene and its efforts are international in scope. MayDay has worked closely with the US-based National Health Federation to oppose restrictive Codex guidelines on food supplements. MayDay's extensive website is informative with articles in both Danish and English.


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Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) & Dietary Supplements

Rep. Ron Paul, MD, July 19, 2005—www.ronpaullibrary.org

The Codex Alimentarius Commission, organized by the United Nations in the 1960s, is charged with “harmonizing” food and supplement rules between all nations of the world. As a result of Codex rules, those vitamins and minerals that would compete with medicines would require a doctor's prescription. The European Union already has adopted Codex-type regulations, regulations that will be in effect across Europe later this year (2005). This raises concerns that the Europeans will challenge our relatively open market for health supplements in a WTO forum. This is hardly far-fetched, as Congress already has cravenly changed our tax laws to comply with a WTO order.


Make no mistake about it, those international standards are moving steadily toward the Codex regime and its draconian restrictions on health freedom. Pharmaceutical companies have spent billions of dollars trying to get Washington to regulate your dietary supplements like European governments do. So far, that effort has failed in America, in part because of a 1994 law called the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act. Big Pharma and the medical establishment hate this Act, because it allows consumers some measure of freedom to buy the supplements they want.


The largely government-run healthcare establishment, including the nominally private pharmaceutical companies, want government to control the dietary-supplement industry-so that only they can manufacture and distribute supplements of any real benefit. If that happens, as it already is happening in Europe, the high-potency, beneficial supplements you now take will be available only by prescription and at a much higher cost-if they are available at all. This alone is sufficient reason for Congress to oppose the unconstitutional, sovereignty-destroying CAFTA bill.


FDA and Congress are also working (FDA quite openly, Congress more covertly) toward the goal of harmonizing our health laws with Codex Alimentarius standards and guidelines.


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Sharrhan Williamson—Boston, Massachusetts Area Codex Action Committee

Apparently, the problem with the U.S. being part of NAFTA and CAFTA is that all the trading countries have to be on the same page, in lockstep, accepting the same standards and regulations (and this is the purpose of the Codex Alimentarius Commission-to standardize all regulations and make trade policies easier and more profitable for trade interests but, as we know, not good for consumers) for all products. American sovereignty is lost, at least for international trade purposes, and the WTO will make rulings based upon Codex standards rather than Congress and/or other government agencies.


Now we know that FDA is presently recommending that the U.S. harmonize with Codex standards, and my reading of their attitude is that they would like Codex standards not just for international trade, but for within the U.S. as well. (And it may well be that we have no choice in the matter once we are signed on to Codex.) The recent actions of Congress (bills that threaten DSHEA) lead me to think they have a similar agenda.


The U.S. voted for CAFTA. It was a very close vote, and in fact, the Republicans held the voting period open an extra hour or more while they haggled with their party members to get enough votes, and they got them.


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Codex Alimentarius Background and History

Compiled by Chris Gupta, based upon the work of Paul Anthony Taylor, Sepp Hasslberger, Scott Tips and Helke Ferrie




Codex Alimentarius

"Codex Alimentarius" refers to a set of strict regulations covering all aspects of food. "Codex Alimentarius" is Latin for "food code" or "food regulations." This collection of food rules in Europe dates back to food standards enacted between 1897 and 1911 by the Austro-Hungarian Empire. They were used as a legal reference by the courts as a standard, although the Codex Alimentarius itself had no legal standing.


Modern Codex regulations are prepared by the Codex Alimentarius Commission (herein referred to as "Codex"), which works with the EU and UN in an attempt to regulate every aspect of food production, packaging, preparation, preservation, and presentation of food "from farm to fork." Codex also attempts to regulate supplemental nutrients. It even effectively eliminates "organic produce" standards!


Codex's reach

The drug industry, recognizing that a majority of consumers prefer natural remedy products over pharmaceuticals, wants nutritional supplements and herbs either forbidden or priced out of reach. In Europe, the drug cartel has succeeded in enacting Codex Alimentarius, which will accomplish that objective on the European continent very soon. Adopted in a secret meeting in the EU (European Union) in November 2004, it was voted on and approved in June 2005, with a full European ban beginning its staged implementation on August 1, 2005.


Because the U.S. belongs to the World Trade Organization (WTO), and because the WTO and other treaty agreements require the United States to adhere to Codex standards, any changes approved in Europe, and implemented in the EU-dominated Codex meetings, could subject the United States to WTO-enforced trade sanctions.


Codex will control:

1. Vitamins, minerals and nutrients,

2. Genetically modified organisms,

3. Toxic residues,

4. Antibiotics, drugs, growth stimulants, and other hormones in food animals,

5. Organic foods, and

6. Irradiation of food.


The plan is to suppress all beneficial, high-potency nutrients, and to allow only those and a few other vitamins and minerals that will be high-priced, low-dosage, and synthetically made by drug companies.


Codex regulations will be binding internationally. Any nation that has entered into trade agreements through the WTO and its adjunctive treaties will eventually be forced to adopt Codex standards.


All “new” types of food supplements will be banned, unless tested and approved in a drug-like manner. This will certainly be both time consuming and unnecessarily expensive. Such tests will also be inadequate. A favorite trick of drug and governmental authorities is to test such small doses of a supplement that it does not prove of any noticeable value.


Codex standards are not based upon accepted scientific or research findings. These standards are developed in a political atmosphere, with what many see to be obligatory EU and drug-cartel approval.


Organic foods

The primary advantage of getting rid of true organic food is: without quality food, people will become sicker and need more drugs. As a lesser advantage, the farmers will decide to buy more insecticides and chemical fertilizers. The standards and definitions of "organic food" will be changed. Under Codex, a farmer or rancher will be able to call his products "organic" when they are full of toxic poisons. The Codex definition of "organic food" includes as little as 70% organic contents, but without saying that on the label. (The other 30% can consist of poisons or contaminants.)


The new laws requiring genetically modified crops, pesticides, hormones and antibiotics in foods will be cost-prohibitive to people living in developing nations, and billions of people may die and/or sicken as a result of these policies.


Irradiation of food

Codex Alimentarius requires irradiation of food at the time of harvesting or butchering. Codex has weakened the international food-irradiation rule, by allowing any food to be irradiated at any dose, regardless of how high it may be. Although allegedly designed to "protect us from food-borne illness," there is considerable scientific evidence that irradiation of food generates extremely high amounts of free radicals in the food. Protein structures are modified in unhealthy ways by introducing ionizing radiation into food before it is eaten. Many individuals do not want their foods to be irradiated, and this desire alone should be sufficient to make radiation of food non-mandatory. Let individuals decide for themselves!


Codex is based neither on science nor democracy

Unelected government officials, working in cooperation with vested industry and trade interests, make decisions that result in domestic and international standards, which in turn are to be enacted into law by the member states of the WTO. When the WTO was created, the enforcement mechanisms for Codex and other international standards were created. With this enforcement mechanism in place, an increased incentive therefore arose to hijack the original purpose of Codex (to provide clean and safe food for the planet with no international barriers to the movement of that food) and use that purpose to promote a restrictive governmental agenda of ill-health and suppression of natural alternatives to pharmaceutical medicines.


Harm in harmonization

Through the process called "harmonization," our legislators in Washington will be required to bring America into submission to and alignment with harsh and restrictive Codex requirements, regulating international trade, distribution, and processing of food, herbs and nutrients. Those proposed standards will be extremely detrimental to the environment, your health and your access to clean and unadulterated food that will enhance your health rather than feed your ill-health.


The FDA is currently at work, preparing its own plans for "directives" for "harmonization" of our dietary supplement laws so they will fully agree with the excessively restrictive "international standard" set by the EU-dominated Codex.


What Codex will accomplish

These new standards and guidelines will accomplish several objectives:


1. It will protect the multimillion euro (European equivalent of dollars) investments of the large drug companies as well as their government-blessed monopolies.


2. It will detour people from taking a non-medical healthcare route, resulting in more power for the government-medical-pharma cartel, more suffering and deaths for the populace, and the further degradation of life on this planet.


Effects of the 1994 U.S. dietary-supplement law, DSHEA

In the United States, after DSHEA was enacted by Congress, Americans suppliers were able for the first time to advertise some of the purported health benefits of vitamins, minerals, and herbs, and to sell such products free of the arbitrary powers of the FDA. DSHEA was passed because large numbers of Americans demanded it. Over 2.5 million ordinary citizens wanted to make sure dietary supplements would remain on the over-the-counter market. By 2002, more nutritional supplements were being sold in the U.S. than drug medications, such that some 1,000 new dietary supplements reach the American market each and every year.


CAFTA agreement

Special clauses have been inserted into the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) designed to force America to submit to Codex standards after its enactment by the U.S. Congress. CAFTA was passed by the U.S. Senate and Congress in 2005. This laid the additional groundwork for the U.S. government to restrict vitamin and supplement sales in accordance with the "German Model" of healthcare. Gradually, DSHEA, which protects the nutritional rights of Americans, is being nullified by these “end runs” and the North American supplement industry (along with its healthfood stores) is beginning to be squeezed out.


The power behind the throne

Codex is a joint venture between the United Nation's World Health Organization and the Food and Agriculture Organization (WHO/FAO). The WTO stated that it will enforce Codex "guidelines" as the world standard for trade in food and food supplements. Both the FAO and the WHO are mandated to protect the health and welfare of the world's population; but they obviously have shirked this responsibility insofar as Codex decisions are made.


An immense German, French, U.S., and British drug cartel is behind this. Codex is also working with other groups supporting the following agenda:


1. The chemical industry: requiring that all animals be treated with antibiotics and hormones.


2. The largest seed company in the world: working toward 100% genetically modified crops.


3. The nuclear industry: working toward many, if not all, food plants and livestock being irradiated.


4. Those and other non-organic industries: ending truly "organic" foods or, at least, making their procurement extremely difficult.


Hopefully, the facts will alarm you enough that you will want to immediately contact Congress and tell them whether you truly want Codex standards to be enacted and accepted in America.


Actions by the European Union and the United Nations affect millions of lives. What makes it possible for drug companies to have so much influence at the EU and UN and even within our own FDA? The answer is rather simple: It is well-known that drug companies make excessive profits by overcharging on patented medicinal drugs. They claim that the profits are needed for research into new drugs. Yet, that research only requires paying the salaries of a number of technicians working in laboratories. It is well-known that most of the profits are used for advertising and similar projects that will increase sales.


The powers on the throne

Some 167 countries are members of the Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC). Here is part of the web of international organizations with which Codex works, in order to accomplish its objectives:


* Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO):

* International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

* International Consultative Group on Food Irradiation (ICGFI)

* Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA):

* The European Commission on Food Safety (ECFS)

* United Nations (UN)

* World Health Organization (WHO)

* World Trade Organization (WTO)


The bottom line is that, for all their power, the pharmaceutical companies could no more force you to buy their drugs and accept their medicines than Wal-Mart could force you to buy its pots and pans. It is only the overriding dictates of monopolistic legislation enacted by Congress—coupled with the government-enforced monopoly given to government-licensed and approved medical doctors—that narrows and restricts our healthcare choices. Without these restrictive laws, you could thumb your nose at “Big Pharma” with impunity as you bought and acquired all the natural health products you wanted in a truly free market.


There are more than 20 Codex Alimentarius Committees

They develop guidelines-there are more than 16,000 pages of working documents-on every aspect of food and present those guidelines to the Codex for ratification. Trade organizations with strong publicly documented ties to the pharmaceutical, chemical and agricultural industries have a very influential voice at these meetings. There has been no wide-based representation from health advocates, nutritional supplement manufacturers, natural healthcare professionals, or other non-pharmaceutically oriented group at the Codex meetings except for the National Health Federation (NHF), which is the only health-freedom organization with official International Nongovernmental Organization (INGO) status at these meetings. The NHF is the only INGO voice consistently speaking for health freedom year after year at these meetings.


Codex meets every year, alternating between Rome and Geneva, while its various committees meet in various host countries (such as France, Germany, Canada, Australia, the US, etc.). The U.S. representatives to Codex have well-documented, unwholesome connections to the very industries that stand to profit from the wholesale implementation of the Codex standards. Insofar as the FDA is concerned, consumers have virtually no say at all.


The governments of both India and South Africa have repeatedly expressed their dissatisfaction with the foolish nutritional theories of Codex and the restriction of nutrients and herbs. But they have been regularly overrun, during meetings, by ill-defined "consensus" tactics that do not allow full discussion or debate on these crucial issues, or even true consensus.


The Power in Codex

Here is one of many reasons why Codex can overrule our U.S. dietary laws. In the United States Federal Register, dated Oct. 11, 1995, the FDA's Policy on Standards states that "where a relevant international standard exists, or completion is imminent, it will generally be used in preference to a domestic standard." The U.S. Constitution states that U.S. treaties take precedence over U.S. laws. There has been activity on Capitol Hill to prepare "harmonization" rules, which will lock America into obedience to Codex dietary standards.


It is important to note that Codex Alimentarius operates under the system enshrined in the Napoleonic legal code, under which anything not explicitly permitted is forbidden! In contrast to the Napoleonic legal code, the U.S. operates under the more-sensible English-based Common Law, under which anything not specifically forbidden is permitted.


WTO placed corporations over nations

The WTO has put the mechanisms in place to override any national law that interferes with multinational corporate profits in international trade. That is one of the reasons why Congressman Ron Paul tried to remove us from the WTO in 2000 via House Joint Resolution 90. But Congress failed to enact his proposal.


U.S. Codex Office

The U.S. Codex Office is found within the FDA which, in turn, is an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This Office works very closely with Codex in Europe. If you go to its website, you will be told this:


"The Codex Alimentarius Commission was created in 1963 by FAO and WHO to develop food standards, guidelines and related texts such as codes of practice under the Joint FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme. The main purposes of this Programme are protecting health of the consumers and ensuring fair trade practices in the food trade, and promoting coordination of all food standards work undertaken by international governmental and non-governmental organizations."


The U.S. obeys WTO

Codex standards and guidelines were originally intended to be voluntary; i.e., each nation could obey or disobey them. But that began to change when the various nations signed new treaties at the Uruguay Round of General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), at which time the World Trade Organization (WTO) came into existence. Because of what the united States signed at Uruguay, we are required to obey the rulings of the WTO. The WTO has enforcement power through a new international court, the Dispute Settlement Body, which does not follow our rules of evidence and in which our interests are represented by unelected government bureaucrats.


We have a controlled (or paid-off) press

This Codex crisis is the clearest proof this writer has ever seen that it is true that we have a "controlled press" in America! There is absolutely no mention of the fact by ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, BBC, or the newspapers and newsmagazines that America is hurtling toward the total loss of effective vitamin-and-herbal supplementation! They are silenced by their desire to not offend the drug companies, which provide them with millions of dollars in drug-ad revenues.


In my opinion, one of those projects is large political contributions to the White House and Congress, as well as immense bribes to EU and UN officials. Another project, I believe, is paying immense amounts of advertising dollars to the various news media for drug ads—and then threatening to stop the lucrative advertising if they tell the public what Codex is about to do. Now you can understand why the newspapers, newsmagazines, and news broadcasts do not say a word about the nutritional crisis about to break over our heads. In 2004, pharmaceutical companies spent over $4 billion on direct consumer advertising. This includes media advertising. In that same year, $785 million was spent on Congressional lobbying.


Can Codex be stopped?

There is no certainty about this. You should contact your Congressmen and Senators, and tell them how you think they should vote. It is imperative that concerned natural health consumers become organized and fully activated to stop Codex from being enacted in the United States.


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July 4, 2007 Update by Sharrhan Williamson

Just this week, FDA announced that it was implementing tough, new “Good Manufacturing Practices” regulations that would adversely affect sales of vitamins and minerals. For once, the FDA was very forthright: many small supplement businesses will have to go out of business. News sources pointed out that the big vitamin/supplement companies that are set to stay in business (Vitamin Shoppe, GNC, etc.) have strong pharmaceutical company backing.


Also, Senator Ted Kennedy's FDA "revitalization" bill S. 1082 is another blow to DSHEA: it has damaging language in it that allows FDA and Congress to dismantle it. Dr. Ron Paul is trying to counteract it with a couple of new bills. We'll see if he is successful.


Codex is happening, albeit they are implementing it in small stages so that the public hardly notices. If we call Congress to complain, they'll say, "Oh no, that's not happening." We must read between the lines and look at all the evidence-it's as plain as day.


Perhaps the good that will come from all of this is that people will get back to creating more good organic food and herbs locally than ever before.


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July 16, 2007 Update by Scott C. Tips of National Health Federation

Codex (Rome): The Non-Meeting

The 30th Session of the Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC) in Rome, Italy just ended (July 2-7, 2007). Heaping platefuls of Codex standards and guidelines were advanced to their final stages as if starving people were gathered around a banquet table. It did not matter what was heaped on the plate, it got passed to the table regardless. It also did not matter that there were some 451 country delegation members and another 61 INGO (International Nongovernmental Organization) delegate-observers from around the World in attendance (or pretend attendance), the CAC Chairman, Dr. Claude Mosha, plowed forward on a one-man mission from God pushing aside any and all objections—excuse me, he called them "reservations"—that were made. It would not have mattered if a plate of rotten tomatoes had been presented to him for approval, he would have approved them too. In this one meeting, the CAC was rendered irrelevant as a meaningful "approving" body, for it merely rubber stamped without thought what had been done by others. Mimi the Gorilla could have done just as good a job.


That is the essence of what happened at the Codex meeting as Sepp Hasslberger and I (the National Health Federation delegation) saw it. To read our full report, see www.thenhf.com/press_releases/pr_16_jul_2007.html.


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While Americans Slept by A. Ofria

When we see powerful players forcing our leaders to act in ways that threaten the rights that Americans have historically died to preserve, we must remind them of their duty to safeguard our way of life. If we do not raise our voices above the clamor of multinational commercial interests, we may be silenced forever.


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Take Action by Scott C. Tips

Legislation can either protect or restrict your health and other freedoms. So long as there is some semblance of representation in the halls of Congress, you must use whatever influence you have as a constituent on your Senators and Congressional representative. So, let all three of them know that you oppose American harmonization to Codex Alimentarius standards and all other restrictions upon your right to purchase and grow naturally healthful foods and choose naturally healthful goods and services.


Remember the National Health Federation's action motto: “Be persistently vocal.” That is, do not just send one letter or fax, or one e-mail and then sit back and watch TV reruns, thinking your job is done. Be persistent—do all three, and when you are done, do them again and pick up the telephone to call them with your concerns. Make your views so well known to your representatives that they'll persist in their minds, even when there are on the Senate or House floor. “Politicians don't see the light, they feel the heat.” Make them feel the heat.


To begin, you could say:


"I am asking you to do two things to protect our health freedoms here at home: 1. Support the Health Freedom Protection Act (H.R.2117) by signing on as a co-sponsor; and 2. Oppose all efforts to harmonize or conform our American system of food and food-supplement regulation to the European-dominated Codex Alimentarius Commission's health standards, which are based on junk science."


Then, unify your efforts with others by joining an organization such as the National Health Federation with an established track record of pro-health-freedom action. Acting together, your individual efforts will be coordinated and amplified.




Editor's note: Special thanks go to Scott C. Tips, Esq. of the National Health Federation for assisting with the editing of this article.




Watch These Films!


"We Become Silent - The Last Days Of Health Freedom –

The Codex-CAFTA Documentary" (2006)

A 28-minute video by Kevin Miller at [herballure.com]


"This is What Democracy Looks Like" (2000)

A 68-minute compilation of interviews with Noam Chomsky, Vandana Shiva, Susan Sarandon and Michael Franti about the driving forces behind the World Trade Organization.

Available at video stores and www.corrugate.org.




New Book

CODEX Alimentarius - Global Food Imperialism

This 293-page book, just released in 2007, consists of a compilation of informative articles and viewpoints by various knowledgeable health-freedom activists who know Codex intimately. Compiled and edited by Scott Tips, President of the National Health Federation

$15.95 plus shipping: U.S $3; Europe $12

Online orders: www.thenhf.com

Mail orders: National Health Federation, P.O. Box 688, Monrovia, CA 91017 U.S.A., or call 626-357-2181.




Democracy in Action

"The price of liberty is eternal vigilance." –Thomas Jefferson.


To contact your U.S. congressional representatives, go to: www.house.gov.

To contact your U.S. congressional senators, go to: www.senate.gov.

Or visit: www.govtrack.us/congress/findyourreps.xpd




Codex Action Information


Boston Area Codex Action Committee

Sharrhan Williamson • 617-499-0920 • [email protected]


National Health Federation

P.O. Box 688, Monrovia, California 91017

626-357-2181 • [email protected]www.thenhf.com















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