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EllieMae
Posted: Sunday, November 29, 2009 7:02:23 PM
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Kat
Posted: Sunday, November 29, 2009 7:49:55 PM
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OK...so I'm ignorant of the word, "Codex"...but how
did they get past the Food and Drug Administration?

Not a very compelling YouTube video...
I could not stand the speaker's voice or demeanor
any longer so I didn't stay tuned for her solution
to that interesting tidbit...
So...Are we all going to fall down in the street?
Are we doomed no matter what? What was the outcome?


doubutsuMother
Posted: Sunday, November 29, 2009 9:19:33 PM
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I think "Codex" = FDA for the world.

I've read about it a few years ago.
sandraleesmith46
Posted: Sunday, November 29, 2009 10:14:29 PM
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Well, NOW the health care plan being proposed in the US does make sense, in a very sick and twisted way!
I knew our legislators weren't actually trying to help US citizens with that plan, I just couldn't quite figure out what the agenda was, aside from eliminating us Baby Boomers, as soon as possible, through the cuts to VA and Medicare, This really is a sick world we live in. Maybe it's a good thing I am old, and won't be around too much longer, after all. I don't think I'd want to live in that world that's coming, it doesn't sound at all appealing to me.
Nibbles
Posted: Sunday, November 29, 2009 11:57:58 PM
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I don't click upon others links much, as I found someone who won my trust sent me a link that was malicious a couple years ago. A codex is a compendium of sorts, and many of them may be codices or compendiums. That is a collection of observations over vast amounts of time contributed by many people. Then again, I didn't click the hyperlink, and I have mispelt words before.

wercozy
Posted: Monday, November 30, 2009 12:23:46 AM
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I think she meant "Kotex" not "Codex". My husband likes use Kotexes to wax our vehicles. Cheap, use it once, and throw it away.
martyg
Posted: Monday, November 30, 2009 12:40:59 AM
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the codex was a book attributed to leonardo davinci. in 1994 bill gates bought one of the very books available for $30.8 million at an auction.
sandraleesmith46
Posted: Monday, November 30, 2009 1:13:08 AM
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This is for those wary of following another link: google codex alimentarius, or go to www.codexalimentarius.net. Then, if you'd like to express your opinion to US leaders, www.usa.gov/elected.shtml will get you to representatives, senators, and the White House all on one page. For those in other nations, I'm sorry, I don't know how to contact your leaders, but if it won't get you killed outright to try, it might be a good idea. This concerns your food supply, and goes irrevocably into effect at the end of this year.
peterhewett
Posted: Monday, November 30, 2009 1:17:16 AM
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The Bible was in Codex form ...leaf... by the end of the first century
zdeb_d123
Posted: Tuesday, December 1, 2009 1:29:34 AM
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RuthP
Posted: Tuesday, December 1, 2009 1:18:47 PM

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"Codex" is a book we know a book, with leaves (pages) instead of cm a scroll.

The "Codex" to which she refers (a secondary use of codex, indeed meaning compendium or, sort of, accumulation of rules, guidance or laws) belongs to WHO, not the FDA. It is not a sinister plot; it does not carry the force of law, and anyone truly interested can find the actual document here, posted by WHO.

This is an ongoing commission. It covers standards, many of which are urged by producing countries, having to do with purity of product, safety, packaging, storage. A list of the standards, which links to a PDF for each standard is available on the site. Here is a direct link.

I do not know what set-off the lady in the video, but I must doubt she has actually read any of the standards.
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