4 Major Retailers Caught Selling Fake Supplements
We all know that labeling is deceptive and you have to be careful where you buy supplements these days. But this really has got to make people wake up and realize how bad things have really gotten. The findings in New York State after an independent study of 24 supplements offered in Target, Walmart, Walgreens and GNC reveal a gross negligence and outright mockery of honesty and integrity. The state’s Attorney General found these items didn’t even contain the main ingredient stated and instead were chock full of cheap rice and other not so healthy fillers.
The attorney general’s team tested 24 products in total. Roughly four out of five supplements tested did not contain the medicinal herbs they were supposed to, and were instead rife with “cheap fillers like powdered rice, asparagus and houseplants, and in some cases substances that could be dangerous to those with allergies,” according to a New York Times report.
There are now four cease-and-desist letters from the attorney general’s office to demanding an explanation on how these potentially hazardous supplements could have been sold in the stores. “Mislabeling, contamination and false advertising are illegal,” says Eric T. Schneiderman, the state attorney general, according to The Times. “They also pose unacceptable risks to New York families — especially those with allergies to hidden ingredients.” …
GNC, Target, Walgreens, Walmart
Europe has been deprived of supplements via signing on to the eugenicist Codex Alimentarius treaty which, if adopted here, would essentially treat all non-FDA approved substances as hazardous by default regardless of their history of theraputic usage or knowledge of being an essential trace element or vitamin. It costs millions of dollars to get FDA approval, especially with the added cost of bribery. Only corporate behemoths can afford such an undertaking, and they hardly have to worry about the quality of what they sell. Their business model is based on advertising and ignorance, and their network of corporate ownership ensures that what they sell is under the control of a few insiders despite the illusion of diversity in consumer products. http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2012/12/the-illusion-of-choice/
The popular backlash to this agenda in the USA resulted in the passage of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994. This act is the only reason you can go to the store and buy vitamin D, without which you would otherwise need to drink 32oz of milk daily to get the FDA’s miniscule RDA (which will only prevent rickets) or (perish the thought!) go outside in the sunshine on a regular basis.
Do you see the pattern here? Vitamin D is essential for immune regulation and detoxifying free radicals. Kids who are deficient in vitamin D are more likely to develop autism due to dietary glyphosate (roundup) and the CDC’s vacccination assault schedule. Black kids are more likely to be deficient because of their skin pigment. Poor kids are less likely to have regular doctor visits, and the CDC’s vaccination schedule promotes “catch-up” regimes where multiple vaccinations are given at once when they do visit a doctor. An artificial gradient is created where poor black kids are being selectively targeted for autism.
A similar approach is employed by the WHO in africa, where “charitable” vaccination campaigns are combined with an insufficient supply of disposable needles or sterilization facilities. The result is that dirty needles are probably the dominant vector for HIV among the poor in africa. See: http://members.tranquility.net/~rwinkel/MGM/oldrefs/www.rsm.ac.uk/new/pr126.htm and http://www.sfgate.com/health/article/DEADLY-NEEDLES-Fast-Track-to-Global-Disaster-2982689.php
Meanwhile the american diet is full of aluminum from soda cans, aluminum cookware, aluminum-based bread leavening, aluminum based artificial colors (blue lake) etc. We also get a high dose of fluoride from the water and from teflon coatings on aluminum cookware. Fluoride transports aluminum across the blood brain barrier. A minor oversight I’m sure.
Baby “formula” water which is “fortified” with fluoride is being mixed with powders which are high in aluminum and fed to babies as a substitute for breast milk which is the only safe food for babies. See http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2012/10/omg-aluminum-contamination-in-baby-formula/
and http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/06/baby-formula-fluoridated-water-brain-damage/ There is no RDA for fluoride because, like lead and arsenic and 9mm bullets, it’s not a necessary nutrient. To the extent that fluoride prevents tooth decay it only works topically, not systemically, and in any case children don’t get their permanent teeth until years after infancy. But none of this matters because the agenda is not prevention of tooth decay. It’s prevention of high IQ.
This is the modern face of eugenics. The selection criteria is based on ignorance and poverty instead of outright racially based mass roundups.