Mobilisation, Action, Solutions and Peaceful Resistance.
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Like a jigsaw puzzle: “It does all tie together. You find globalisation, global corporations, GM food, HAARP, chemtrails, fracking, smart metres, vaccinations; you find none of them make sense on their own. But when you put them all together you find they are all interrelated, and a very coherent picture begins to form.” – Max Igan
“In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way.”
– Franklin D. Roosevelt
Nothing happening on Earth today is happening by chance. Nothing. And everything that is happening is gradually steering us along the alarming path towards worldwide population reduction. This is evident not only in the unthinkable actions committed by those who actively seek such a future, but also quite shamelessly in a set of ten principles, a new ten commandments, etched into the stone monument known as the Georgia Guidestones; Georgia, USA.
It was anonymously commissioned in 1979. Evidence suggests this monument was erected by representatives of a secret society called the Rosicrucian Order, proponents of global governance. Sitting there for all to see, the first inscription reads: “1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.” This notion crops up quite often. At the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, the Presidential Council on Sustainable Development came to the conclusion the world population should not exceed 500 million people. This, of course, would be a drastic cull of the 7 billion people we now have on this planet; a reduction of over 90% of the global population. It is evidence of their beliefs and intent.
“The resultant ideal sustainable population is, hence, more than 500 million but less than one billion.”
– Club of Rome, Goals for Mankind
Abandon everything you have been trained to think up until you opened this report. If you open your eyes to the world around you, you will see the agenda for global population reduction is actually surprisingly prominent. It is discussed brazenly, in fact. Codex Alimentarius, Latin for “food code,” is one such means to their end. In response to concerns raised about the unregulated use of food additives, and under the auspices of “protecting the public health,” the Codex Alimentarius commission was established in 1963.
Ostensibly, its aim was to develop food standards, guidelines and codes of practice under the joint Food Standards Programme of the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organisation) and WHO (World Health Organisation). Their purpose was to ‘harmonise’ regulations for dietary supplements worldwide and set international safety standards for the purposes and ease of trade. Pharmaceutical interests soon moved to the forefront and began to exert their influence.
Instead of focusing on food safety, as it may have once been used to do, Codex is now using its power to promote worldwide restrictions on vitamins and food supplements, severely limiting their availability and dosages. It is also being cited as just cause for the abolition of organic farming, the introduction of genetically modified food and livestock, removal of ingredients labelling, and restrictions of natural, homeopathic remedies including all supplements, herbs and minerals.
Contrary to popular belief, Codex is neither a law nor a policy, but a functioning body: a Commission, under the direction of the United Nations. The commission itself, and subsequent legislation that has spawned from it, has provable roots to Nazism, Communism, eugenics and one-world-government initiatives. Behind the Codex Alimentarius Commission is the United Nations and the World Health Organisation working in conjunction with the multinational pharmaceutical cartel and international banks. To classify, eugenics is the pseudo-scientific theory that some humans are hereditarily superior to others and that those considered inferior should be controlled, eradicated or sterilised through various means.
“Control oil and you control nations;
Control food and you control people.”
– Henry Kissinger
Codex Alimentarius sets the standards by which the World Trade Organisation implements its international trade policies. Once agreed upon, Codex guidelines are enforced by the WTO, and other related treaties. Basically, Codex sets the standards of what is ‘acceptable’ for the world regarding food, vitamins and minerals, GMOs, and everything else humans consume.
It seeks to push once independent nations towards a global harmonisation; a harmonisation of national laws into a new international set of standards.