Just as the Greeks smuggled soldiers into Troy in a wooden horse which the Trojans regarded as a “gift”, recent food safety bills now working their way through the American legislature may look like a good thing at first glance. Who could be against “Food Safety”?
But inside this innocuous package is a Pandora’s box of nasties like the ever-unpopular National Animal Identification System that the USDA has been flogging unsuccessfully to farmers for more than five years, as well as the Codex regulations that reclassify herbs as pharmaceuticals, make large-dose vitamins unavailable and generally get in the way of a lot of natural health modalities, while reinforcing doctors and pharmaceutical companies as the sole gate-keeepers of health.
Here’s an excerpt from a fascinating story on Daily KOS by Mike Mac titled “Anyone telling you the food safety bills are OK is lying through their teeth”. The story opens with a discussion of the role of corporations in driving the Nazi agenda and goes on to detail some of the atrocities in waiting should America’s legislators fail to do their duty to protect people against the corporate agenda embodied in these bills:
“….On April 14, 1941 , in Ludwigshafen , Otto Armbrust, the IG Farben board member responsible for the Auschwitz project, stated to his IG Farben board colleagues, “our new friendship with the SS is a blessing. We have determined all measures integrating the concentration camps to benefit our company.”
The pharmaceutical departments of the IG Farben cartel used the victims of the concentration camps in their own way: thousands of them died during human experiments such as the testing of new and unknown vaccines….”
“…..The Nuremberg War Criminal Tribunal convicted 24 IG Farben board members and executives on the basis of mass murder, slavery and other crimes against humanity. Amazingly however, by 1951 all of them had already been released, continuing to consult German corporations. The Nuremberg Tribunal dissolved the IG Farben into Bayer, Hoechst, and BASF.
Today each of the three daughters of the IG Farben is 20 times bigger than IG Farben was at its height in 1944, the last year of the Second World War.
More importantly, for almost three decades after the Second World War, BASF, Bayer and Hoechst (now Aventis) each filled its highest position, chairman of the board, with former members of the Nazi, NSDAP:….”
“….Just fifteen years after they were convicted in the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal, Bayer, BASF and Hoechst were again the architects of the next major human rights offences. In 1962, they established the Codex Alimentarius Commission.
… It was devised by the same companies and indeed the same individuals, who gave the Auschwitz concentration camp inmates the deceptive slogan “Arbeit mach frei” (“Work makes you free”)…”
“…They’d lose billions if people grow their own food and eat organic and go to health food stores and get well from vitamins and get off drugs. Billions. You think they haven’t figured that out and didn’t have a plan to counter it?
They have other plans and these bills are it – they will wipe out everything green, take control like no one’s ever seen before, and over everything you eat and take and every source of it.
And it’s all hidden under food safety. Irradiation of all food, nutrients as toxins, mandated pesticides, antibiotics and hormones for animals, a crime to tell a friend to take vitamin E, and much, much, much, much, much more that would make us all sick and is SICK. That’s food safety. That is what’s in the bills….”
Read the whole story here on Daily KOS.
Alphabet-Soup Postscript: Much has come to light recently about Codex and its Nazi roots (see story above). However, these revelations run counter to the public perception that the Nazi era ended with Hitler and the Nurenberg trials.
But we’re gradually getting the message, that Hitler was just a “front man” for furthering what, at its root, was a corporatist agenda. Sure the Thule Society had something to do with it as well, but you don’t have to open that can of worms to see that the Nazi impulse is far from dead.
Of course the undead zombies of Nazism are not just trying to outlaw healthy food. By now it’s become well known that Project Paperclip brought to America a whole raft of German scientists and secret police officers after WW II.
Many officers from the former German secret police (led by Reinhard Gehlen) formed an influential part of what was to become the OSS (later renamed the CIA), leading to a sordid history of assassinations and overthrow of legally elected governments around the world, in support of perceived American and/or corporate interests.
See John Perkins “A Secret History of the American Empire” for more examples.
Many of the German scientists smuggled out of that country after the WWII found work in the American aerospace industry. Richard Hoagland, author of the recent history of NASA, “Dark Mission”, indicates that the core of NASA consisted of three main groups, the Freemasons, the Magicians (Jack Parsons* et al) and the Nazis.
And of course the eugenics program that was such a reviled part of the Nazi social program, was based on research and ideas developed back in the U.S. during the preceding decades. Not to mention the considerable American corporate support for the Nazi war effort. So this post is in no way intended to specifically demonize the Germans.
*Jack Parsons, chemist, rocket scientist and founder of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, was also a student of occultist Aleister Crowley. Together with Scientology founder L.Ron Hubbard, Parsons was involved in leading the California branch of Crowley’s OTO cult. See the book “Sex and Rockets” for full details. Nothing to do with the Nazis except through his involvement with NASA.
** Arnold Trachtman’s painting “The Man from IG Farben” is from this page.
*** Emma Holister’s cartoon is from this page
Further reading: A short history of IG Farben
3 responses to “Could U.S. food safety bills be a Trojan Horse with Codex and NAIS inside?”
We wrote an article today (http://missouriansagainstnais.com/nais_funding_trouble.html) that shows the funding cuts for NAIS in FY2010. The House Agriculture Appropriations bill allotted $886 million to fund programs that “protect” American agriculture against animal and plant diseases.
An interesting turn for HR875 – is the possibility that every consumer buying produce at a local farmers market could be entered into a government database — of course, it will only be used to “protect” the public.
Not a doubt in my mind that NAIS is a nothing more than a failed idea that is being used as a cover-up of the real effort: total food control by global powers! Control the food — control the consumer.
There will be those that think we are just “paranoid” activists chasing shadows — that’s fine. Our efforts will protect you too!
This just in — the Nazis’ power may finally be on the wane: http://benjaminfulford.typepad.com/benjaminfulford/2009/06/世界のパラダイムシフトが近い.html
Having fun with Hitler — spoofs of a clip from the movie “Downfall”:
the wrong bike:
choosing a camera: