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Black September of the Pharmaceutical Cartel: Berlin Tribunal

In a rousing public forum on the night before the Codex Alimentarius conference in Berlin in 1998, Dr. Matthias Rath charged the pharma-cartel and their accomplices in politics, media and science with mass murder.
The Berlin Tribunal on September 17, 1998. Palais am Funkturm in Berlin.

Appeal For Free Access to Vitamins

The first step to conquering death from heart disease is free access to vitamins.

The pharmaceutical industry profits several hundred billion dollars each year through the worldwide sales of cardiovascular medications. The recent breakthrough in vitamin research that indicates the end of heart disease will destroy the world market in pharmaceuticals. To protect their billion-dollar market, the pharmaceuticals industry has formed a cartel. The cartel plots to prohibit any information regarding the health benefits of vitamins and natural treatments.

1994 - Supplement Bill for Vitamin Freedom in the U.S.A.

The first major defeat the pharma-cartel suffered came at the hands of the Americans in 1994. The passage of the "Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act" ended the cartel's foothold on American soil and forced them back to Europe.

This victory marked the biggest defeat for the pharma-cartel and crippled their reputation as a world influence. The pharma-cartel had no support and received no respect from the people of America. America will always pride itself as a land of freedom and tolerance.

The Pharmaceutical Republic of Germany -- From "Arbeit mach frei" to "Codex Alimentarius"

This chapter illustrates how Codex Alimentarius ranks as one of the grossest violations of human rights in history.

In the previous chapter, we saw that BASF, Bayer and Hoechst were the principal actors behind Hitler's conquests of power and the main beneficiaries of his campaigns of total global domination. But there is more. Together these three firms owned 100% of IG Auschwitz, the largest industrial complex outside the borders of the German Reich.

The Pharmaceutical Republic of Germany -- History Repeats Itself: The Wannsee Conference

Once before in German history there was a conference that led to the deaths of millions of people. On Jan 20, 1942, a secret conference was held at Berlin-Wannsee, which is less than 40 miles from the place of the Codex Alimentarius conferences.
The villa in Berlin-Wannsee where the "Wannsee Conference"

The Pharmaceutical Republic of Germany -- Neither the Legislature Nor The Populace is Aware

In recent years, many people in Germany and around the world have questioned why Helmut Kohl refused to reveal the names of the contributors to his bribery funds. His silence even threatened the existence of his party, but he said nothing.

This website provides the answers to these questions:

  1. The pharmaceutical industry paid millions of deutsche marks in bribes to Helmut Kohl and the bagmen delivering the cash came from the German states of Rheinland-Pfalz (home of BASF) and Hesse (home of Hoechst).