Since December 31, 2009, Romania is a member of the Codex Alimentarius Commission. This has sparked many contradictory discussions, especially because this year, according to the Codex, our country is obliged to use experimentally a new product of the German company BASF, a fungicide containing a highly toxic chemical, called INITIUM, which will be used in the crops of vines, potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers and onions.
Gheorghe Mencinicopschi, director of the Bucharest Food Research Institute, informs us that one gram of INITIUM that is introduced into the body needs a year to be eliminated. If the swallowing of this product is done daily, then it will never be able to be eliminated from the body again. Gheorghe Mencinicopschi goes so far as to say that in order to be able to make a lime tea in the evening, you will have to take a prescription from the family doctor, because of all the natural products that are now on the market, there will be only very few left on the market.
The Directives of the Codex Alimentarius stated by the European Directive as regards food supplements must be applied under the threat of financial penalties.
Here's what they consist of:
• It is intended to eliminate any natural dietary supplement. All of these supplements will be replaced by 28 pharmaceutical synthesis products (therefore toxic), which will be dosed and will only be available in pharmacies, on prescription. Natural products and food supplements stores will have only 18 products on the shelf, the ones that are on the Codex list. Everything that is not on the list (for example, coenzyme Q10, glucosamines, etc.), will become illegal. I mean, if you use them, you go to jail. Natural medicine (acupuncture, energy medicine, Ayurvedic, Tibetan, etc.) will be progressively and insidiously forbidden.
• Agriculture and animal nutrition will be regulated according to the rules set by the pharmaceutical chemistry trusts, which prohibit the so-called organic agriculture as a matter of principle. In 2001, 12 chemicals, which are known to be causing cancer, were unanimously banned by 176 countries, including the US. The Codex Alimentarius brings back 7 of these banned substances. According to the rules of the Codex, almost all food must be irradiated.
Interesting is senator Iulian Urban's blog in this regard: