World’s Food Supply To Be Distributed Through Codex Alimentarius
Bark River, Michigan — In the new world order, buying a meal will prove difficult. Sources in the truth-seeking movement believe the global elite is attempting to control the entire world’s food supply, outlined through a series of texts known as the Codex Alimentarius. The Codex Alimentarius as conspiracy theorists suggest it is internationally recognized standards, codes of practice, guidelines and other recommendations on foods, food production and food safety. The Codex established menu in a joint collaboration by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO) which a goal of protecting the health organizations of consumers and make sure fair practices in the international food trade. “All of this seems nice, until you find out you could also interpret the codex to regulate all food. Processed, semi-processed or raw.”
The Codex Alimentarius has general standards covering matters such as food labeling, food hygiene, food additives and pesticide residues and rules for assessing the safety of foods derived from modern biotechnology. The Codex has caused controversy. Unlike a policy or a law, no mandate requires it adopted by states. However, conspiracy theorists believe this is merely a half-baked truth, as the Codex comprises of many of the ordinances cooked up under the New World Order, including hoarding food for a global elite. However, the organizations website thoroughly dismisses the meatier claims. When asked “Is it true that Codex created by a former war criminal to control the world food supply?”, the answer was given:
“No. It is a false claim. You just need to type the words “Codex Alimentarius” in any search engine and you will find lots of these rumors about Codex. Usually the people spreading them will give no proof but will ask you to send donations or to sign petitions against Codex.”
Truth seekers believe the Codex, which is Latin for “food code”, this quote the bread of deception. “While the quote gives the impression they are merely disagreeing with loony conspiracy theorists, it’s clear to see while they did answer the question, they never really gave a positive answer for the contradiction. That is, what exactly is it they do with the food? And what would give anyone the impression a war criminal established this organization to snack the world’s food supply? What’s the historical background to these questions. The Codex doesn’t say. They just dismiss the inquiry. These are merely unanswered questions.” Source fear a world food shortage crisis in the near future.