The origins of Codex Alimentarius and the Pharmaceutical Industry

The origins of pharmaceutical chemistry

Around 1860, “old Bill” Rockefeller, an oil trader specializing in pharmaceuticals, sold vials of crude oil to naïve peasants, leading them to believe it was an effective cure for cancer. He named this product (which was actually crude oil packaged in bottles): Nujol (New Oil). His business was prosperous, buying a 30-gram vial of crude oil through Standard Oil for 21 cents and selling it for $2. Without much culture, without scruples, without medical knowledge or education, with few notions of accounting and fierce greed, Rockefeller managed to impose himself. The new Nujol product was awarded the “merit” of a “cure against constipation” and was highly marketed at the time. Meanwhile, doctors discovered that Nujol was harmful and led to serious diseases over time, eliminating fat-soluble vitamins from the body. Standard Oil struggled to avoid too much loss and quickly added carotene to crude oil to close these gaps. Senator Rozal S. Coperland was paid $75,000 a year to promote the product.

The Rockefeller Empire was built thanks to this formidable trick of convincing people to ingest a carotene-enriched crude oil derivative. This is how the foundations of the pharmaceutical chemistry industry were laid. We are therefore very far from the foundations of Chinese, Tibetan, Vedic or Persian medicine, which were traditionally based on extremely precise knowledge related to the human body and were centered (as a concern) on the well-being and health of human beings.

The commercial success of Nujol allowed the diversification of pharmaceutical chemistry production and the achievement of a high level of financial benefits. In 1948, Rockefeller’s annual turnover amounted to $10 billion. The drug Nujol can still be found in the form of pure paraffin oil, classified as a mild laxative and recommended against rebellious chronic constipation in common hygienic-dietary therapies. It is currently manufactured by the Fumouze laboratory.

Rockefeller and IG Farben

The Pharmaceutical Chemistry Trust as we know it was conceived by an association led by Rockefeller and IG Farben of Nazi Germany. John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Company owned 15% of this new German-American trust in 1939. IG Farben’s industrial targets in Germany were not bombed during the war precisely to protect Rockefeller interests. As early as 1932, IG Farben’s pharmaceutical chemical industry financed Adolf Hitler with up to 400,000 Reichsmarks. Without this support, as the Nuremberg tribunal put it: “World War II would not have happened…”

In 1941, IG Farben builds the world’s largest chemical industry at Auschwitz, taking advantage of labor in the concentration camp to manufacture Zyklon B gas. At the Nuremberg trials, 24 IG Farben officials were found guilty of genocide, slavery, theft and other crimes. The Nuremberg Tribunal divided IG Farben into BASF, BAYER and HOECHST. However, all these officials were released in 1952, only a year after they were convicted, with the help of Nelson Rockefeller, their former commercial patron and then serving as US Secretary of Foreign Affairs. Once released, those who had been on the board of IG Farben Company infiltrated the German economy, occupying very important positions. Until the 70s the board of directors for BASF, BAYER and HOECHST was made up of members of the Nazi party. From 1959 onwards they financed the young Helmut Kohl. Through the political support of the latter, the three subsidiaries resulting from IG Farben were at that time 20 times stronger than the parent company established in 1941. The Nazi globalization organization associated with Rockefeller was a complete success, and already for a long time the pharmaceutical chemistry market of the planet has been controlled, organized and managed to ensure the industrial expansion of the world pharmaceutical chemistry.

IG Farben and Codex

The “tradition” of the IG Farben cartel continued under another name: “Association for the Chemical Industry”. In 1955, the world pharmaceutical chemical industry was regrouped under the auspices of the United Nations Chamber of International Commerce and the German Government. Their joint efforts were camouflaged under the code name CODEX ALIMENARIUS. A large number of so-called left- and right-wing European political parties have been funded by this industry to ensure favourable legislation for the pharmaceutical industry.

Objective of the Codex

Codex Alimentarius intends to outlaw any alternative method in the field of health such as natural therapies, the use of dietary supplements and vitamins and everything that could be more or less a potential competitor for the pharmaceutical chemistry industry. The prevailing mood in the globalization of pharmaceutical chemistry largely explains the systematic dismantling of independent scientific innovators over the past 50 years. This industry uses every means to preserve its place in the market in terms of the treatment of cancer, AIDS, cardiovascular diseases, etc. For decades it has been possible to treat and cure most of these diseases through alternative natural therapies, but powerful disinformation procedures are applied to hide these truths from the public.

Outlawing any information relating to alternative medicine will block the eradication of certain diseases, thereby ensuring even greater profits for this global industry that treats only the symptoms of diseases without caring about the causes. Dr. Matthias Rath, a German specialist who campaigns worldwide for the use of natural treatments for many serious diseases, describes this situation this way: “The real purpose of the global pharmaceutical industry is to make money off chronic diseases, not to prevent or eradicate these diseases… The pharmaceutical industry has a direct financial interest in perpetuating these diseases, in order to ensure the maintenance and even growth of the drug market. For this reason, drugs are made to relieve symptoms and not to treat the true causes of diseases. Pharmaceutical trusts are responsible for a permanent and widespread genocide, killing millions of people in this way…”

Codex indicted

A veritable legion of individuals lobbying for the pharmaceutical industry has been hired to influence legislators, control regulatory bodies, manipulate medical and educational research. Only in 1961, pharmaceutical trusts made donations to major US universities amounting to: Harvard – $ 8 million, Yale – $ 8 million, John Hopkins – $ 10 million, Stanford – $ 1 million, Columbia in New York – $ 1.7 million, etc.

Doctors’ information is fully funded by trusts, which carefully hide a large number of dangerous and even deadly side effects of drugs, publicly denying them. After clearly establishing the origin of these crimes and proving the responsibility of the pharmaceutical industry for installing a widespread global genocide policy, Dr. Matthias Rath handed over an indictment for crimes against humanity to the International Court of Justice in La Haye (Netherlands) on June 14, 2003.

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