June 1, 2012 By Joseph P. Farrell

Here's one making the rounds in the alternative research community:

Codex Alimentarius: An Introduction to Soft Kill Eugenics

This article gets it correct, both for what it states baldly and for what it implies. I've written and commented many times on this site about the efforts of global "agribusiness" firms like the bozos at Duponzanto utilizing every coercive technique they know to force farmers to plant, and people to eat, their GMO foods, and scientists to lie, falsify data, and lobbyists and pressure groups, study groups, to promote it all.

Enter the U.N.

As the article notes, committees of one sort or another have been established to "establish (global) standards" for the following things:

"Global committees have been established to regulate the following topics, to name a few.
·        fruits and vegetables
·        fruit and vegetable juices 
·        fats and oils
·        meat, poultry and fish 
·        cereals, pulses (used for food and animal feed) and legumes
·        milk and milk products
·        natural mineral waters
·        sugars
·        cocoa products and chocolate
·        food hygiene
·        food labeling (as a way not to disclose GMO foods and ingredients)
·        pesticide residues;
·        residues of veterinary drugs found in foods 
·        food additives"
Ya don't say? It's that "food labeling" part that tells the whole story here: "they" are interested not only in controlling the food itself, but information about the food. And that implies that "they" do not want information getting out, because "they" know there is something wrong with their concoctions and witches' brews.
It implies also that so all-consuming and pervasive are the designs of the corporate elite, that they truly have to control and influence information on a global scale.
Which brings us to the hidden implication of this article. We've all become accustomed to viewing the various global institutions - the BIS, WTO, World Bank, IMF, and so one - as tools of the globalist financial and corporate elites. But we need to remember that the biggest such tool, and one with governmental pretensions, is the UN itself. Not for nothing did the Rockefailure  family donate the land that this "institution" is on. It is far from a representative body, but simply another shill for the financial and corporate powers that be.
It is, as the article notes, "'a dark marriage between pharmaceutical and chemical industries and the WTO, conceived to exact complete and regimented control over all food products and nutrients worldwide. ~ writes Chantal Boccaccio of The People’s Voice."
Control the food, and you control the population, as the article cites the irrepressible globalist toad Henry Kissinger. But to really control the food, you have to control the information about the food...
...and that's where, as with so much else, the elite has run into trouble: they're losing control of the information...
See you on the flip side.