If you haven't yet signed our petition for congressional oversight of FDA's (illegal) Trilateral Cooperation Charter with Canada and Mexico (to create one set of harmonized Food & Drug Laws for all 3 countries with Zero Input from the Citizens of the three countries)- please go here: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/373269232
1626 people have signed so far including movie producer Aaron Russo, and famous author Ed Griffin, but your URGENT help is needed to keep the momentum building!
This is the weakest spot on the NWO's wall. They want to force us into an EU styled North American Union & FDA is flagrantly violating many laws with their illegal initiative. IAHF is reigniting the SPIRIT OF DSHEA, calling on the vitamin consumers of the world to REVOLT against this via a firestorm of protest!
PLEASE URGE ALL FRIENDS & FAMILY TO SIGN-
HERE ARE MANY MORE, _NEW REASONS_ WHY THIS IS IMPORTANT!!! :
See the FDA's press release (below) titled
"Mexico, United States, Canada COMBAT WEIGHT LOSS FRAUD Over 700 Compliance Actions Taken Since 2003"
Here the FDA has announced that they (and their counterparts in Canada/Mexico) have teamed up to attack dietary supplement manufacturers in an effort to protect "NORTH AMERICANS" from what they call " health fraud."
FDA says "The Canada-Mexico-US Trilateral Cooperation provides the three countries with a formal mechanism to work closely together to better protect, promote and advance human health in North America. Its purpose is to increase communication, collaboration and the exchange of information in the areas of drugs, biologics, medical devices, food safety and nutrition."
If the FDA and their international regulatory counterparts in Canada and Mexico were ACTUALLY interested in safeguarding the public health by reducing the incidence of OBESITY, the FIRST thing they would do would be to BAN Monosodium Glutamate (MSG), and ASPARTAME. The two largest causes of obesity (and numerous OTHER serious health problems) in our society today: http://www.truthinlabeling.org/Obesity%20epidemic.html, http://www.msgtruth.org/obesity.htm,
The FDA (and their international counterparts in Canada/Mexico) don't ban MSG or ASPARTAME for 2 reasons:
A) They serve as trade associations for the multinational drug companies: As such their mission is to suppress the use of safe dietary supplements via propaganda and legal attack in order to protect the profits of the multinational pharmaceutical industry- especially profits derived from unsafe, ineffective prescription weight loss medication while attacking any dietary supplement that can legitimately assist in weight loss, (regardless of the evidence behind it.)
B) The FDA (& Their Canadian and Mexican Counterparts) are part of a GENOCIDE AGENDA. An intentional effort to make us sick and cull our numbers. See this article for details and references: http://www.nocodexgenocide.com/page/page/3259061.htm
See the FDA's Press Release (below) and PLEASE go here: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/373269232 to sign our Petition which explains a lot MORE about this ENORMOUS THREAT to the SOVEREIGNTY of all 3 nations.
Federal Trade Commission &
Food and Drug Administration
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 24, 2005
Yier Shi (FDA) 301-827-6250
Jackie Dizdul (FTC) 202-326-2472
Mexico, United States, Canada Combat Weight Loss Fraud
Over 700 Compliance Actions Taken Since 2003
Under a Trilateral Cooperation Charter agreement between Mexico, United States and Canada signed in 2003, six agencies (two from each country) today announced that they have taken nearly 730 compliance actions against companies that promote bogus weight loss products that mislead the public, endanger the public health, and provide false hope and defraud citizens of billions of dollars.
"False and misleading claims can have significant health consequences for those who use these products that do not produce the desired results," said Dr. Murray Lumpkin, Deputy Commissioner (International and Special Programs) at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. "The collaborative efforts of all three countries have contributed to these enforcement actions and we look forward to continuing our trilateral initiatives to make North Americans healthier and able to make better informed health care decisions."
"International cooperation is the key to fighting weight-loss scams that target all consumers, regardless of geographic borders," said Lydia Parnes, Director of the Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Consumer Protection. "Whether we are working on law enforcement sweeps or on education for consumers and businesses, our successes in the health fraud area are sweeter when we coordinate our efforts."
Fighting weight loss fraud is a key priority for all three countries as unprecedented numbers of citizens of all ages have become either overweight or obese and this trend shows no sign of abating. According to the World Health Organization, more than 60 percent of United States and Mexican citizens and more than 50 percent of Canadians are overweight or obese.
Obesity and overweight are major contributors to chronic disease and disability. These conditions pose major long-term public health risks requiring proven and effective treatments, not bogus diet products or programs that promise miracle solutions. These fraudulent products and programs target vulnerable consumers and simply don't work.
Compliance actions taken include efforts such as prosecutions, recalls, seizures, import refusals, warnings and other enforcement programs against false and misleading weight loss advertising and labeling, as well as the promotion of voluntary industry compliance. These compliance and enforcement actions are complemented by a comprehensive education and public outreach program to help consumers, industry and advertisers to identify which types of claims are deceptive and misleading.
The Canada-Mexico-US Trilateral Cooperation provides the three countries with a formal mechanism to work closely together to better protect, promote and advance human health in North America. Its purpose is to increase communication, collaboration and the exchange of information in the areas of drugs, biologics, medical devices, food safety and nutrition.
These compliance actions were taken by member agencies of MUCH (Mexico, United States, Canada Health Fraud Working Group), one of several working groups formed by the Trilateral Cooperation Charter. MUCH consists of regulatory officials from health, consumer protection and competition agencies in Mexico [Federal Commission for the Protection from Sanitary Risks (COFEPRIS), Office of the Federal Attorney for Consumer Protection (PROFECO)], the United States (Federal Trade Commission, Food and Drug Administration) and Canada (Health Canada, Competition Bureau).
The three countries remind consumers that the only way to lose weight is to follow a sensible, well-balanced diet that lowers caloric intake and/or increase physical activity. While certain prescription products have been found to be safe and effective in promoting weight loss, the best proven method remains sensible diet and exercise.
For more information about the MUCH group, the MUCH weight loss initiative and the Trilateral Cooperation Agreement, see the attached Fact Sheet and visit the Trilateral Cooperation website at:
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