Codex Alimentarius and GM Food Guidelines, Pt. 7 , Pt. 8 & Pt. 9

Freedom limited to percentiles of unscientific allowable risk!

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Updated excerpt from Codex Alimentarius — The End of Health Freedom 

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Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

In several of my recent articles, I have discussed the problems of using “risk assessment” methodology in the evaluation of both vitamin and mineral supplements and Genetically Modified (GM) food. I have also discussed at length the dangers of the Codex Alimentarius and U.S. Food and Drug Administration position on GM food which is known as “substantial equivalence” and, in its more extreme forms, “substantial similarity.”

However, another concern addressed by the Codex Guidelines has to deal with antibiotic resistance created through the process of genetic engineering. Yet, as is typical of any Codex Alimentarius presentation, the agency makes several misleading and unsettling statements in this regard as well. While Codex does state that methods should be used that do not result in antibiotic resistance, it…

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2 responses to “Codex Alimentarius and GM Food Guidelines, Pt. 7 , Pt. 8 & Pt. 9

  1. Thank you for the re-blog 🙂

    Ah yes , but have you noticed that the allowable risks pertain to the lives of the masses. As in all power grab situations the National Sovereignty is lost the people ( commoners/peons) are all treated the same and the elite are the exception to the rule. Pretty convenient if you happen to be one of the elite. Not so much if you are part of the masses…..

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    • But of course: Sure thing! In a globally serviced world, there are only two masses: oppressors and oppressed: guess for whom the bell tolls, and the rain falls on? only the oppressed: that demoncracy!

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