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‘King of Alarm’ Eclipse page now updated

Just a brief heads-up that the ‘King of Alarm’ Eclipse page in this blog’s sidebar column has been updated today with a link to a new posting on the Codex Alimentarius regulations which are said to be slated for implementation in the US “by Dec 31, 2009” – the day a Lunar Eclipse completes the year 2009 and ushers in 2010.

Seems we’ll soon be chowin’ down on some scrumptious genetically-modified foods laced with plenty of chemical toxins, if Congress, the UN, and the WHO have their wishes fulfilled.

And if this plan goes forward, you know that American Corporatism wins again.

Yum yum.

Written by Jude Cowell

July 30, 2009 at 7:15 pm

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