Why does a relatively-obscure international standard-making process called Codex Alimentarius hold the keys to your future health and longevity? Why have a small band of health-freedom-loving individuals and organizations been challenging this process for more than a decade? What persons or industry stand to gain the most from the unnecessary standards and guidelines that are being locked into place as you read these words? How does the Codex process fit glove-like into an array of other emerging treaties, agreements, regulatory handshakes, and other executive arrangements so as to cast a net of control over private individuals and companies? How do the European Union, NAFTA, CAFTA, the FTAA, and the already-birthing North American Union figure into this overall scheme? Why is the mainstream media strangely silent about Codex? Why are the Codex meetings one of the least democratic institutions around? What do you need to know in order to better act and protect yourself and your health? You will find the answers to these and other questions within these pages as you read the words and thoughts of many of those persons who have been following and even living and breathing Codex for year after year. Codex is not just an institution or even just a process, it s a state of mind.
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Scott Tips received his Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1976, studied at the Sorbonne (Paris I) from 1976-1977, and obtained his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall) in 1980, where he was the Managing Editor of the California Law Review. A California-licensed attorney, he was admitted to the California Bar in 1980 and has specialized in food-and-drug law and trademark law, but also engages in business litigation, general business law, and nonprofit organizations, with an international clientele. Since 1989, Mr. Tips has been the General Counsel for the National Health Federation, the World's oldest health-freedom organization for consumers. In 2007, Mr. Tips became NHF President, and has been a speaker for the organization on several continents. A legal columnist, he writes a monthly column for Whole Foods Magazine called "Legal Tips," a column he started in 1984. Currently, Mr. Tips is occupying much of his time with health-freedom issues involving the Codex Alimentarius Commission and its and other attempts to limit individual freedom of choice in health matters. He attends Codex meetings worldwide and has attended more Codex meetings than any other health-freedom activist. In that capacity, he has recently compiled, edited, and published this book, Codex Alimentarius - Global Food Imperialism.
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