Friday, April 30, 2010

Health freedom alert: Congressman Waxman sneaks anti-vitamin amendment into Wall Street reform bill

This is why I didn't do too much celebrating when we "defeated" John McCain's vitamin "safety" act. The whole political process is an illusion of control. You have none. Get it through your head. If the passing of Obamacare didn't pound that point home for you, I don't know what will. You melted their switchboards. You'll vote them out of office, and they knew that when they voted for it. They don't care. They answer to a higher power than you, and they will be rewarded for falling on their sword for the New World Order. They have an agenda, and it will be passed, no matter how much you protest. So stop participating. Stop lending your consent to this complete and total fraud. Stop propping it up. Stop enslaving yourself.

    Mike Adams
    NaturalNews -

    Of all the sneaky tactics practiced in Washington D.C., this recent action by Congressman Henry Waxman (D-CA) is one of the most insidious: While no one was looking, he injected amendment language into the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2009 (H.R. 4173) that would expand the powers of the FTC (not the FDA, but the FTC) to terrorize nutritional supplement companies by greatly expanding the power of the FTC to make its own laws that target dietary supplement companies.

    This is a little-known secret about the FTC and the nutritional supplements business: The FTC routinely targets nutritional supplement companies that are merely telling the truth about their products. Some companies are threatened by merely linking to published scientific studies about their products.

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1 comment:

  1. I think the explanation for what has happening can be found in the corn fields of Iowa. When you buy seed corn, all the kernels have essentially the same DNA. The way farmers know what kind of crop to expect in the fall. Say the farmer plants half of the bag of seed corn in black Iowa soil and the other half in a trash heap filled with clay, plastic debris, and rock. Return in the fall to harvest the corn. The corn planted in the black dirt will be tall with three ears of corn on every plant. But the corn in the trash heap will look diseased. Instead of being dark green, the corn stalks will yellowed, stunted and barely three feet tall. Very few will have an ear of corn. If they do, only a few kernels will be present on tiny nubbins. It was the same DNA in both fields. But the black Iowa dirt was filled with the nutrients the corn’s DNA needed. The trash heap lacked nutrients, and you saw the results.