McCain Ordered by Bilderberg/CFR/TC to Promote Codex Alimentarius Eugenics

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 If this crap goes through things such as Vit. C will be dispensed by pharmacists.  IT IS AN OUTRAGE.
I'M A DEPLORABLE KNUCKLEHEAD THAT SUPPORTS PRESIDENT TRUMP.  MAY GOD BLESS HIM AND KEEP HIM SAFE.

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McCain Ordered by Bilderberg/CFR/TC to Promote Codex Alimentarius Eugenics
« Reply #42 on: March 10, 2010, 01:56:43 PM »
sorry Sisyphus, i should have chose my words more wisely, he didnt say Darwin was a fake as such, it was just stated that Dawins theory was a complete manufactured theory to promote eugenics or social biology then he went on to say like all religious people say it was designed to destroy the bible.
The debate actually arose from the religious nut saying that white people are the most rasist people on the planet, therefore, as Sayonara³ stated, associating Darwin with the nazi party.


still a very interesting point, how can a person belive in eugenics but not evolution, as wikipedia says "eugenics is the study and practice of selective breeding applied to humans"

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McCain is a bilderberg suck axx shill. Not more than a couple days after his health supplement bill failed did he latch onto the 'enemy belligerents' legislation.

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Contact your Senators on this.... I called (2) weeks ago when it was still in committee...... The Feds have no right to control anything whether it be steroids, HGH, marj., vitamins, supplements, et al.........this is the same scum agency that allows the sale and mass profits from SSRI's and other SERIOUSLY DANGEROUS DRUGS............ f**K THE FEDS.......http://drugwarfacts.org/cms/?q=node/30


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McCain states his Reasons for Introducing Bill: (Congressional Record)
http://frwebgate1.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/P...action=retrieve


Go to: "Dietary Supplement Safety Act of 2010" - This certainly sounds different than what most of us think this bill is about. He says he introduced the legislation at the request of the US Anti-Doping Agency, and other athletic teams. 
Don't believe me. Look it up yourself!

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CRS Report: Dietary Supplements: International Standards and Trade Agreements (Last updated 2005; Can't find a more recent update)
http://www.nationalaglawcenter.org/assets/crs/98-500.pdf


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The dietary supplement industry has long been concerned about international activities that could have a potential impace on supplement trade........ However, Congress explicitly exempted supplements from the final provisions of the Food and Drug Administration Modernization Act of 1997 (P.L. 105-115), which means that these products are not part of on-going trade discussions.

...More recently questions have been raised about the impact on supplements of actions by the WTO  and implementation of the CAFTA agreement.  


IMO, here are the Problems:  

1) We are in the WTO, and WTO members must abide by Codex Alimentarius. This is what I've read.

2) Obama has stated on several occasions that he will sign the CAFTA Treaty.

3) So any bills introduced that relate to Supplements will be suspect by the public until this Congress gets us out of the WTO and stops the signing of the CAFTA Treaty, and any other shady deals that affects our Supplements.


What is Codex Alimentarius?
http://z4.invisionfree.com/The_Great_Deception/index.php?showtopic=3889
Don't believe me. Look it up yourself!

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Don't believe me. Look it up yourself!

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IMO, here are the Problems:  

1) We are in the WTO, and WTO members must abide by Codex Alimentarius.

So what if a rougue government agrees to some arbitrary treaty; nullify it when a constitutionalist gets in power. If NWO controlled territories have a problem with that - pound sand!

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CRS Report: Dietary Supplements: International Standards and Trade Agreements (Last updated 2005; Can't find a more recent update)
http://www.nationalaglawcenter.org/assets/crs/98-500.pdf



IMO, here are the Problems:  

1) We are in the WTO, and WTO members must abide by Codex Alimentarius. This is what I've read.

2) Obama has stated on several occasions that he will sign the CAFTA Treaty.

3) So any bills introduced that relate to Supplements will be suspect by the public until this Congress gets us out of the WTO and stops the signing of the CAFTA Treaty, and any other shady deals that affects our Supplements.


What is Codex Alimentarius?
http://z4.invisionfree.com/The_Great_Deception/index.php?showtopic=3889

no treaty can be signed without congressional approval without committing treason. Barry Sotero is a constitutional lawyer, he is well aware of this.

Additionally, rights are bestowd by our creator. this means that even if a treaty is seen as being constitutionally acceptable, any edict of tyranny against the rights of man (against our creator) is total horseshit and cannot possibly be followed.
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The US is already a member of The Codex Alimentarius Commission... Members list:

http://www.codexalimentarius.net/web/members.jsp?lang=EN

What I'd like to know, from a European, is... what vitamins/minerals do you need a prescription for and what country are you from?

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Someone sent me this and I thought I should share:

Next week, as early as Tuesday, April 13, the U.S. Senate is expected to vote on a sweeping overhaul of federal food safety law – S. 510. The House food safety bill passed last year (HR 2749) included several measures that threaten small-scale organic producers, including a registration fee of $500 and blanket application of complicated monitoring and traceability standards -- regardless of one's farm size.

There's no doubt that industrial agriculture needs better oversight. But, family-scale local and organic farms are probably the safest in the nation -- they are part of the solution, not part of the problem -- and need to be protected!

http://www.organicconsumers.org/

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H.R. 2749 S. 510. The House food safety bill to voted on soon
« Reply #53 on: April 11, 2010, 06:22:03 PM »
After thoroughly analyzing the text of H.R. 2749, the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund reports that small farms and local producers and small business would be forced to endure “a one-size-fits-all regulatory scheme” that would “disproportionately impact their operations for the worse.” The bill contains frightening and costly requirements, with severe penalties for individuals who are found non-compliant by the FDA.

Section 101 (b)(1)-p-3 requires food “facilities” to register annually and pay an annual fee of $500, with said amount to be adjusted for inflation at any time. While claiming that food facilities do not include farms, the FDA's current vague definition of a “farm” could open the door for the federal agency to designate many farms as food facilities at any time:

A facility in one general physical location devoted to the growing and harvesting of crops, the raising of animals (including seafood), or both. Washing, trimming of outer leaves of, and cooling produce are considered part of harvesting. The term “farm” includes:

(i) Facilities that pack or hold food, provided that all food used in such activities is grown, raised, or consumed on that farm or another farm under the same ownership; and

Facilities that manufacture/process food, provided that all food used in such activities is consumed on that farm or another farm under the same ownership. [21 CFR § 1.227(3)]


By this definition, one owns a farm if one consumes everything one produces, but if one sells any produce, one may no longer be considered a farm. And, a facility is any place that holds food; my kitchen pantry holds food, and so does my local grocery store and I’ve seen them wash and trim vegetables there, so if one were to adhere strictly to the terms above, a grocery store could be under the control of the FDA.

A “facility” according to the FDA is also applied to any place that holds, processes, or manufactures food, including lacto-fermented vegetables, cheeses, and breads. And manufacturing and processing is defined by the FDA to include any activity that uses, cutting, peeling, trimming, washing, waxing, eviscerating, rendering, cooking, baking, freezing, cooling, pasteurizing, homogenizing, mixing, formulating, bottling, milling, grinding, extracting juice, distilling, labeling, or packaging.” [21 CFR § 1.227(6)]

That covers just about anything one could do to a product intended for consumption, and if shared, sold, or purchased, one would fall under the FDA’s regulations, which then would spill over into other areas on the farm or in the business.

Under H.R. 2749 the FDA would require any such producer or holder of such products to develop a food safety plan to be submitted to the FDA for scrutiny. If the small business or farm can devote the time and resources to such a bureaucratic requirement, and if granted approval by the FDA, they then can be subject to “risk-based inspections” at any time for any reason or no reason, which in laymen’s terms are better labeled warrantless searches.

And if that isn’t enough to discourage the small farmer or entrepreneur, the required record keeping would be massive. All foods would have to be traced at all times, and animals would have to be tracked as well, by the farmer or businessman, and God help those who don’t get it right. The penalties could land individuals up to 10 years in prison and fines of up to $100,000 for each violation for bad recordkeeping to misbranding, to food spoilage or contamination.

The FDA will make the determination to detain food, but the Secretary of Health and Human Services can issue geographic quarantines to be enforced by the FDA if there is “credible evidence or information” that indicates any food presents a threat of “adverse health consequences or death to human or animals,” [21 USC 334(h)(1)(A)] OR if there is even a “reason to believe that the article [of food] is adulterated, misbranded or otherwise is in violation of this act,” [section 132(a)–p. 82].

The nail in the coffin for any independent producer would be provisions in H.R. 2749 empowering the FDA to dictate farming practices. In fact, organic- and sustainable-farming practices could be eliminated outright under a scheme to regularize farming practices under the heading of safety standards. Raw meat may be subject to irradiation, and no one would be allowed to drink raw milk. Manure handling, sanitation, animal controls, and temperature controls would be under the FDA’s discretionary power. For details, check section 104 of the text of the bill.

Food safety is best achieved at the local level; small farmers and local food processors are part of the solution to food safety, not the problem. Yet, this onerous Orwellian-style bill grants more and more power to an opaque and unaccountable agency, hyper-regulating small producers out of business or turning them into serfs for the state, and leaving the industrial food system and food imports completely alone to commandeer the marketplace.

It would seem then, that a centralized food system under the complete control of the government is the goal of this bill and others like it.

http://www.thenewamerican.com/index.php/usnews/congress/1255

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I cannot believe that a guy who sold out the American people and the forth amendment just to tap the ass of a blond telecom lobbyist would do such a thing.

Inconceivable!
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I know calling dident work to stop Obamacare, but it still wont hurt trying to stop H.R. 2749/S. 510.

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Supplements Are Exempted From Codex Language in Food Safety Bill
« Reply #56 on: April 14, 2010, 06:25:41 AM »
The FDA Food Modernization Act (S. 510), also referred to as the “Food Safety” bill, has been modified to exempt dietary supplements from language that otherwise creates a slippery slope toward U.S. harmonization with Codex Alimentarius. ANH-USA worked to protect the natural health community from this dangerous provision that threatened access to high quality, therapeutic supplement doses by working with key senators to modify the language, now for the second time.

The most worrisome provision of the bill initially required the Food and Drug Agency (FDA) to recommend that U.S. foreign trading partners harmonize with Codex. This odd language was no doubt very intentional. How could we recommend harmonization to other countries if we rejected it for the U.S.? So in effect we were committing ourselves to a much more restrictive regulatory regime for supplements.

As the Senate moved forward with the Food Safety bill, Senator Harkin (D-IA), committee chair, working closely with Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT), promised to see what could be done to make absolutely clear this legislation was not intended to impact our access to dietary supplements. At that time, Senator Harkin modified the Codex provision, asking the FDA to consider “whether and how” to recommend U.S. foreign trading partners harmonize. This was a very important change and a tremendous show of support from both Senators, but we were still concerned that the inclusion of Codex language in the bill could be used to support future U.S. harmonization with Codex standards on dietary supplements.

ANH-USA worked with our allies in the Senate over the past several months to include additional language providing stronger protection for supplements. New language has now been added specifically stating, “Nothing in this section shall be construed to affect the regulation of dietary supplements.”

The Codex Alimentarius was initially developed to establish international food safety standards and regulate ingredients of food products. However, there is great concern that if the U.S. harmonizes with Codex standards, which are expected to follow Europe’s increasing ban on supplements, our access to supplements will be lost and even our food standards may be compromised. Although ANH-USA considers the new exemption a huge victory, it only applies to dietary supplements. The U.S. is still at risk of harmonization with other Codex food standards.

ANH-USA is especially grateful to Senators Harkin and Hatch for their leadership, continued dedication to the natural health community, and most recently, their show of support protecting our supplements from Codex harmonization. The Senate is expected to take up the Food Safety bill any day now. As the legislative process moves forward we will keep our members up to date on our efforts and where appropriate, we’ll ask for your help to protect supplements from increased government intrusion. The House version of the Food Safety bill, already passed, is especially worrisome. We will continue to make every effort, with your help, to ensure that the House version does not become law.

http://www.anh-usa.org/anh-usa-victory-supplements-are-exempted-from-codex-language-in-food-safety-bill/

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.510 STILL has not made it to the floor of the Senate this week! Your continued PUSH BACK is still holding it off. Please read below and TAKE THE ACTION ITEM AGAIN! We must continue to innudate the Senate with emails to stop this travesty!

Rumor in DC is that the forced-industrialization of food production bill, S.510, will come to a vote in the Senate this week or next week. If you value local, natural food production, NOW is the time to act! Please use this Action Item and send the message to the Senate: "NO FAKE FOOD SAFETY BILL". Demand strong, unequivocal protection for local, natural food production! Please forward this message to everyone you know and ask them to act too!

http://salsa.democracyinaction.org/dia/track.jsp?v=2&c=Y9eZeFyKHK223ajAGqL5WeCYG4lT4sji

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I know calling dident work to stop Obamacare, but it still wont hurt trying to stop H.R. 2749/S. 510.

calling exposed obamacare

calling forced them into race baiting tactics and put a powerful spotlight on their machievellian race baiting tactics.

calling showed the NRO/CAESER architechts that their BS behavioral modification crap is useless against the eternal informed american citizen who strives for freedom and justice.

calling is pushing these incestuous banking psycho ego-maniacs into a mirror where they are forced to see how utterly repulsive they have become

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Sen. John McCain’s (R-Ariz.) Dietary Supplement Bill, S. 3002 is back
« Reply #59 on: April 30, 2010, 04:58:08 AM »
Sen. John McCain’s (R-Ariz.) Dietary Supplement Bill, S. 3002 is back -- like a recurring nightmare.

Reports are now showing that a supposed compromise has been reached between the dietary supplement industry and McCain. The results of this compromise are now apparently a part of a manager’s amendment to be introduced by Sen. Arlen Specter (D-Pa.), and inserted into the major Food Safety Modernization Act, S. 510, currently having the finishing touches put on it before hitting the Senate floor for debate.

McCain’s bill would have had dietary supplement manufacturers reporting to the FDA the smallest adverse reactions to their products and given the FDA complete recall authority on the slightest whim. With interest we read Congressional Quarterly’s one small detail of the new manager’s amendment: “Steven M. Mister, president and CEO of the Council for Responsible Nutrition, said the provisions would require the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to issue long-delayed guidance on acceptable supplement ingredients and report to the Drug Enforcement Administration when it rejects new supplements that contain synthetic anabolic steroids.”

So, the trade associations that are supposedly on the side of the dietary supplement manufacturers are willing to cave on their previous opposition to FDA regulation if the target is more narrowly focused.

Of course, S. 510 has absolutely nothing to recommend it to freedom-loving, natural food choice advocates and producers, or average sellers and consumers. Similar to H.R. 2749  and H.R. 875 it would expand the FDA’s control over the right to grow, own, trade, transport, share, serve or eat every food under the sun or morsel that one chooses to put into one’s mouth.

The government would be in charge of managing and controlling every aspect of agriculture and food, from seeds to chemicals to animals and their waste; from producers to sellers to consumers, nothing would be safe from their intrusive grasp.

It would be a jungle of regulatory schemes and rules that would choke average-size and smaller players in the food marketplace right out of existence, leaving only the multi-national mega-corporate entities left to supply Americans with food, or facsimiles there of.

http://www.votervoice.net/Core.aspx?AID=972&Screen=alert&IssueId=21744&SessionID=%24AID%3d972%3aUID%3d4Z896bPPvDs%3d%3aSITEID%3d-1%3aVV_CULTURE%3den-us%3aAPP%3dGAC%24

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McCain’s bill would have had dietary supplement manufacturers reporting to the FDA the smallest adverse reactions to their products and given the FDA complete recall authority on the slightest whim.

Great. They can now use the flimsiest excuses to pull anything and everything from the shelves.

FDA: "Our Cargill/Merisant-manufactred black-ops against stevia - Truvia and PureVia - causes diarrhea, so we're gonna say it's the rebiana in stevia which causes diarrhea. Effective immediately, all stevia products - including our corporate black-op products Truvia and PureVia - are forcibly recalled and banned immediately. In addition, we're gonna use your credit card data to see if you've bought stevia online, and if you have, we're gonna send some gun-toting FDA agents to your home and search for and seize your stevia."

>:(


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Nutrient Reference Values (NRVs) Another Codex trick: set nutritional levels so low that everyone will be in chronic nutritional deficit - and think that it is normal. This connects directly to S. 510, the Food Fascism Bill, and S. 3218, the Wall Street Reform Bill that contains language which can kill dietary supplements through hostile regulation

http://salsa.democracyinaction.org/dia/track.jsp?v=2&c=rIf4pY8nD8K6yYhRxpJYhjxel61WTsES

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Please oppose any amendments to the Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2010 (S. 3217) that would give the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) power to impose new regulations without prior Congressional approval.

Congress stripped the FTC of this authority decades ago after the FTC repeatedly abused it.

Giving the FTC power to promulgate new regulations would mean that five unelected commissioners would be able to issue binding rules in a wide range of areas, including the regulation of dietary supplements, an area of special concern to me that is currently governed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

At the present time, the FTC takes the position that supplement companies should produce results from at least two random controlled human trials to show substantial support for any advertised health claim, even claims permitted by the FDA under DSHEA, the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act.

The FTC's position demonstrates its complete lack of knowledge about the supplement industry. A requirement for human trials on natural and therefore unpatentable substances would mean that such substances would either not be produced and sold, the likely outcome, or their prices would skyrocket.

Supplements are already sufficiently regulated by the FDA under DSHEA. We should not give the FTC power to circumvent DSHEA by adding new, onerous, and unneeded requirements.

Please vote against any amendment to the Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2010 (S. 3217) that would once again give the FTC power to impose new regulations without prior Congressional approval.

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