Codex Alimentarius is a Food trade-standards organization. It has now defined nutrition as toxin, and (previously labeled)toxins are defined as illegal to ban. Codex Alimentarius was created by World Health organization and Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, and is a part of Rockefeller plans for depopulation, or more specifically genocide. Rockefeller foundation has partnered with FAO, to control our food supply, through Codex Aimentarius.
WTO uses Codex Alimentarius as a conflict resolution guideline, and the Codex compliant countries are favored over non-complaint countries.
Two figures in opposition to Codex Alimentarius, expressing their concern are Dr Leonard Horowitz  and Dr Rima Laibow who has been described by The Hindu newspaper as prominent personality in the anti-Codex alimentarius movement. 
Trade Standards[edit | edit source]
Codex defines nutrients as poison, which would then lead to engineering non-nutritional foods for the public. Raw foods are pasteurized through irradiation or chemical reaction to remove nutritional values.
In USA, all Almonds are pasteurized off their nutrients. As of 2007, it has become illegal for 100% raw almonds to be manufactured and sold in the United States. Almond pasteurization process usually involves Propylene oxide, a known toxin with carcinogenic effects, as per US Environmental Protection Agency.
For Codex-compliant countries, all animals must be treated with antibiotics and growth hormones.Citation needed Also, every Cow must be treated with Monsanto's Recombinant Bovine Growth hormoneCitation needed - Milk from these cows has been known to cause breast, Colon, and Prostate cancers.
Persistant Organic Pollutants (POPs) are toxins that accumulate through the food chain Stockholm convention is a Global treaty to protect human life and environment from some of the worst POPs, signed by 176 countries. Codex Alimentarius wants to make it a trade violation to ban these persistent toxins:
- Aldrin - marked for elimination by Stockholm convention
- Chlordane - marked for elimination by Stockholm convention
- DDT - marked for severe restriction by Stockholm convention
- Dieldrin - marked for elimination by Stockholm convention
- Endrin - marked for elimination by Stockholm convention
- Heptachlor - marked for elimination by Stockholm convention
- Toxaphene - marked for elimination by Stockholm convention
- Lidane - marked for elimination by Stockholm convention
- Endosulfan - marked for elimination by Stockholm convention
It would be a trade violation to stop food containing Codex-permissible levels of these toxins at border inspections. And the Codex compliant country will automatically win the conflict at WTO.
For member countries, growing food at home will be banned,Citation needed except with an official compliance permit (farming permit)
Genetically modified corn are less nutritional than organic corn, and very dangerous. According to Japan, in addition to residual pesticides, GMO food may also contain harmful allergens, or bacteria containing the virus, that was used to inject the DNA, to create the GMO.
- GMO - Glyphosate
References[edit | edit source]
- WTO and Codex Alimentarius
- 528 Revolution Dr. Leonard Horowitz
- The Hindu July 5, 2006 Rima Laibow to deliver lecture in Mangalore
- Live and Active Culture Yogurt FAQ
- Why Dannon Activa and Other Mass-Market Probiotic Products are Not as Healthy as You Think
- Why raw almonds must now be pasteurized ? What are the Health implications ?
- Propylene oxide - Hazard Summary
- China Environmental Protection Department
- Listing of POPs -Stockholm Convention
- Codex permissible levels of Pesticide Residues in Food and Feed
- DeDell Seed Co. (Canada) Report: Comparison of GMO vs Non-GMO Corn; quoted by Moms Across America
- A comparison of the effects of three GM corn varieties on mammalian health
- Scientists Savage Study Purportedly Showing Health Dangers of Monsanto's Genetically Modified Corn