“Every wise woman buildeth her house: but the foolish plucketh it down with her hands.”
~ Proverbs 14:1
By Catherine Austin Fitts
Codex Alimentarius is a collection of food standards, guidelines, and codes of practice created and adopted under the auspices of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations (UN) and the World Health Organization (WHO).
For those familiar with Mr. Global’s efforts to use the UN and its sustainable development goals to control global resources—and to use the WHO to control global populations—you will not be surprised to learn that Codex is part of the effort to control the global food supply.
For many years, Scott Tips and the National Health Federation have led the battle to slow down and stop the harm being done to the safety and health of global food through Codex Alimentarius. This week, Scott returns to the Solari Report to brief us on how Codex fits into the increasingly obvious effort to control the global food supply—a reminder of why it is so important that you work and network locally to build a resilient, healthy food supply.
Note that in 2005, the 194 member states of WHO adopted International Health Regulations (IHR) that give WHO the authority to declare a Public Health Emergency of International Concern with the consent of member states. However, in anticipation of the World Health Assembly on May 22, 2022, the U.S. has proposed changes to the IHR that would allow WHO’s Director-General to declare a public health emergency unilaterally, bypassing the objections of sovereign member states. A pandemic treaty would not even be needed.
On May 26, Solari will complete publication of the 1st Quarter 2022 Wrap Up, as attorney Carolyn Betts joins Catherine to discuss the Wrap Up theme—Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs): Investment Craze or Reset Laundry?
In Money & Markets this week, John Titus and I will cover the latest events and continue to discuss the financial and geopolitical trends we are tracking in 2022. Post your questions for Ask Catherine or post at the Money & Markets commentary here.
Talk to you Thursday!
Global Health Responsibility (Dr. Silvia Behrendt)