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In the US, the President and Congress agreed to the takeover when the WTO treaty

was signed, therefore these supplement standards WILL BE ENFORCED BY THE

WTO AND WILL OVERRIDE US LAWS. CODEX violations are/will be punished by

WTO trade sanctions.


CODEX Includes:


No supplement can be sold for preventive or therapeutic use. (Obviously they know nothing

of Vitamin C preventing and curing scurvy, Vitamin D preventing and curing rickets and

osteoporosis, or vitamin B curing and preventing anemia. It also ignores the mountain of

evidence showing our diets are chronically deficient in essential nutrients because of

factory-style farming practices).


Any potency higher than RDA (recommended daily allowance, aka minimal (strength)is

a 'drug' requiring a prescription and must be produced by drug companies.


Over 5000 safe items now in health stores will be banned, terminating health stores as

we now know them. CODEX regulations become binding internationally.New supplements are

banned unless given very expensive CODEX testing and approval.


CODEX now applies to Norway and Germany, among others, where:Zinc tablets rose from $4

per bottle to $52. Echinacea (an ancient immune-enhancement herb) rose from $14 to $153.

Both examples above are now allowed by prescription only. They are now 'drugs'.


Vitamin C above 200mg is banned for over-the-counter and sold as a prescription drug only.

Niacin above 32 mg is banned for over-the-counter and sold as a prescription drug only.

Vitamin B6 above 4 mg is banned for over-the-counter and sold as a prescription drug only.

Same for Amino Acids like arginine, lysine, carnitine, etc.

Same for the Omega Essential Fatty Acids and many more supplements including

DMEA, DHEA,CoQ10, MSM, beta-carotene, etc.


The CODEX rules are not based on real science. They were made by a few people meeting

in secret; not necessarily scientists.


In 1993 the FDA and drug companies tried to put all supplements under restriction and

prescription, but over 4 million Americans told congress and the president to protect their

freedom of choice on health supplements. The DSHEA law was passed in 1994 which does

so, but this will be overruled by CODEX and the WTO.


Virtually nothing about it has been in the media. What the drug corporations have failed to do

through congress, they have gotten by sneak attack through CODEX with the help of a silent

media. I'm sure most Crack dealers are more honest.


Canadian Author Helke Ferrie, has a clear, concise explanation of the dangers of "Codex."

Read this, and get worried:




In the mid-1990s my mother, then in her 80s, had a stroke. She lived in Germany. .When she

left hospital, I was ready with a nutritional plan that included high-dose vitamins: C, E, and B -

especially Inositol, as well as Co-enzyme Q10. I went to the pharmacy, whose owner was a

family friend for some 25 years, and handed him my list.


He handed me a small packet with a price sticker of DM 200 (then about $200) containing

vitamin E capsules manufactured by one of Germany's largest pharmaceutical companies.

The source was synthetic, not the "mixed" version from living plant sources I wanted which

contains the whole E spectrum. The package contained a total of 10,000 international units

of E, the equivalent of a mere 25 capsules of 400 IU each that we are used to buying (I take

that many in 3 days). Our bottles contain 90 capsules and cost about $20. If Codex rules in

Canada, we will likely pay $800 for a bottle of 90 capsules of low-quality vitamin E - if Health

Canada lets us buy that many at once, and if you can find a doctor willing to prescribe it.


He then handed me a tube-shaped metal container with vitamin C effervescent tablets.

Each tablet, when dissolved in water, would release 10 mg of vitamin C in a refined sugar

solution. Thus, this ridiculously low amount, was to be taken in a toxic medium that would

neutralize the vitamin without it doing anything at all. The cost: about $10 for 12 tablets.


Then he asked me, "What's Co-enzyme Q 10? Are you allowed to buy all this in

Canada in such dangerous dosages?" When I told him what I take daily, his eyes popped.

Then I asked, "Why can't I buy these supplements here?" He replied, "Well, Germany is a

Codex country." Oddly, Germany has several government-run hospitals where environmental

illness is treated with nutrients only, intravenous vitamin C etc. Life is full of paradoxes and

few more follow below.




Dr. Carolyn Dean, a medical doctor and naturopath well known to Toronto readers,

is currently the president of "Friends of Freedom International" in which capacity she

attended the Codex meeting in Bonn last November. She describes Codex as "the

ultimate Big Brother marching backwards into the future."


Effective 1 August, all vitamin and mineral supplements on the so-called "positive list",

including everything from Beta Carotene to Zinc, will only be available in the 25 EU

countries if they comply with specific rules set out in the 10 June 2002, EU Directive

Relating to Food Supplements. All products must show maximum safe levels "as

established by science."


Those nutrients found in the mythic "balanced diet" are to be subtracted from the final values,

and Article 6 (2) decrees that labels shall "not attribute to food supplements the property

of preventing, treating or curing a human disease, or refer to such properties."


So, the Directive's "science" knows nothing of Vitamin C preventing and curing scurvy,

Vitamin D preventing and curing rickets and osteoporosis, or vitamin B curing and preventing

anemia. It also ignores the mountain of evidence showing our diets are chronically deficient

in essential nutrients because of factory-style farming practices.


To "ensure a high level of protection for consumers and facilitate their choice", they even

included baking soda and table salt. We must assume they will be unavailable as of 1 August

anywhere in Europe - with interesting consequences for the tourist industry in the baked goods

paradises Austria, Switzerland and France.


Now, there is also a "negative list" covering essential fatty acids, phytonutrients, all the

enzymes and more. Those cannot be marketed at all, until the EU scientific committee

in charge has made a final decision. So, forget omega-3 and omega-6 fats, cod liver oil,

and much more.


The effect of this directive will be that thousands of products and businesses will be gone

this year. In the UK alone some 21 million people will suddenly have no access to any

supplement vitamins, minerals, enzymes, fatty acids and more. Since the onus is on

businesses to produce the scientific information on safety, they can't produce or sell anything

- not even to physicians who have the power to prescribe any toxic drug as well as any essential



Obviously, there will be ludicrous enforcement issues: Picture basement-concocted vitamins

sold in dark alleys alongside crack and Ecstasy. Here is a fact. Contrary to pharmaceutical

drugs, there are few fatalities from supplements. Can you just imagine the news coverage if

vitamins and supplements created the amount of death that drugs do?


There is no need for more control of supplements than is already in place, which is substantial.

Instead of drastically restricting supplements, why don't they better control and restrict the

extremely dangerous pharmaceutical drugs which are now killing us at the rate of a major

airline crash per day?


Behind the Codex Alimentarius Commission is the United Nations and the World Health

Organization working in conjunction with the multinational pharmaceutical cartel and international

banks. Its initial efforts in the US with the FDA were defeated, so it found another ally in the FTC.

Now Codex, with the FTC and the pharmaceutical cartel behind it, it threatens to become a trade issue.


Codex began simply enough when the U.N. authorized the World Health Organization and the Food

and Agriculture Organization to develop a universal food code. Their purpose was to 'harmonize' regulations

for dietary supplements worldwide and set international safety standards for the purposes of increased

trade. Standardize labeling and regulatory requirements between countries to facilitate increased

international trade.


Pharmaceutical interests stepped in and began exerting their influence. Instead of focusing on food safety,

Codex is using its power to promote worldwide restrictions on vitamins and food supplements, severely

limiting their availability and dosages.


Real Goals of Codex


This is to bring about international 'harmonization.' While global harmony sounds benign,

is that the real purpose of this plan? While the stated goal of Codex is to establish unilateral

regulations for dietary supplements in every country, the actual goal is to outlaw health products

and information on vitamins and dietary supplements, except those under their direct control.

These regulations would supersede domestic laws without the people's voice or vote in the matter.


"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.


Predictably, this scenario has been denied by both the Canadian Health Food Association and

the Health Protection Branch of Canada (HPB)."


The Codex proposals already exist as law in Norway and Germany where the entire health food

industry has literally been taken over by the drug companies. In these countries, vitamin C above

200 mg is illegal as is vitamin E above 45 IU, vitamin B1 over 2.4 mg and so on. Shering-Plough,

the Norway pharmaceutical giant, now controls an echinacea tincture, which is being sold there

as an over the counter drug at grossly inflated prices.


The same is true of ginkgo and many other herbs, and only one government controlled pharmacy

has the right to import supplements as medicines which they can sell to health food stores,

convenience stores or pharmacies."


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 other

European countries into 'harmonization' as well.


There is some hope.


A couple of days ago there was tremendous news for the millions of people in Europe who choose

to use food supplements. Following a landmark challenge in the European Courts of Justice (ECJ)

brought by the Alliance for Natural Health and Nutri-Link Ltd to the contentious Food Supplements

Directive, which effectively proposed to ban 75% of vitamin and mineral forms, Advocate General

Geelhoed, the senior adviser to the ECJ, gave his Opinion in favour of the Alliance's case.


What does this mean? That the chances of consumers being able to continue using the natural

food supplements they believe are beneficial to their health are now greatly increased. There has

been uproar about the proposed EU ban, and maybe, against the odds, the consumer is going to

come out on top in what is a remarkable modern day case of David and Goliath.


In a statement released in Luxembourg today at 0830 GMT, the Advocate General concluded that:

The Food Supplements Directive infringes the principle of proportionality because basic principles

of Community law, such as the requirements of legal protection, of legal certainty and of sound

administration have not properly been taken into account.


It is therefore invalid under EU law. It should be stressed that the Advocate General's

pronouncement is not a ruling. That will come from the ECJ judges, later - probably around June.

But typically, in the vast majority of cases, the Court Judgment follows the recommendations

of the Advocate General.


If the Advocate General's recommendations are adopted, in effect, the ban on vitamin and mineral

forms not included on the EU's 'Positive list,' due to come into effect on 1 August 2005, will be

declared illegal. In essence, the positive list of allowable nutrient forms will be deemed to be too

narrow, too restrictive, and based on flawed science.


This would avoid the totally irrational situations that the Food Supplements Directive would

otherwise create. For example, synthetically produced selenium would have been allowed

on the positive list, while the natural source found in Brazil nuts would not; synthetic forms

of Vitamin E (often used in 'adverse' vitamin studies reported in the media) would be allowed,

but the natural, most beneficial food forms would not.


I should note that this ruling in no way effect the upcoming implementation of Codex laws in

North America. The news is encouraging but the fight is far from over and we need to do

everything we can to persuade our politicians to listen to us and not heed the words of the

scummy drug corporations and blindly follow their grandiose plans for world domination.


So, what can be done at this late hour?


Don't be a mushroom! Get out of the dark. Spread the word as much as possible and inform

yourselves fully.


God Bless,

Dr. Darrell L Wolfe, Ac. Ph.D.

Telephone Consultations 1-800-592-9653

Over 25 years of providing the most advanced and successful health programs for the

prevention and treatment of chronic illness.


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