-----SENATOR GRASSLEY WANTS TO BAN DHEA---(LETS TELL HIM OFF)---JACQUES COUSTEAU ADVOCATED MASS GENOCIDE
Jacques Cousteau said, "to stabilize the world population we must eliminate 350,000 people per day. It is a horrible thing to say," he admitted, "but its just as bad not to say it." This Hitlerian sentiment, was published in UNESCO Courier in November 1991.
This is why the UN's Codex Commission wants to ban our access to healing nutrients (including DHEA), and its why corrupt members of congress, such as Senator Chuck Grassley, (R-Iowa) are doing the bidding of the world's ruling elite and the Pharma Cartel by moving to ban our access to healing nutrients- under totally false pretenses.
Senator Grassley wants to ban DHEA, a safe steroid produced naturally in the body that has so many positive health benefits it would take a long time to list them all. Please join me in reading Grassley the riot act over his bad bill. Easy instructions below on the one person in his office to pound with pissed off phonecalls.
I also just fired off a very angry message to the FDA (see below) which has been dragging their feet for 8 months by not complying with my Freedom of Information Act request for their internal documents regarding their Trilateral Cooperation Charter With Canada and Mexico. (Please urge everyone you know to sign my petition here- it will help us push for badly needed congressional oversight: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/373269232?ltl=1173406807#body
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Next stop for me against FDA on this will be Federal District Court if they continue to not respond. I have an inside track to Lou Dobbs at CNN and am urging him to run with this story in order to galvanize millions of American dietary supplement consumers against the North American Union.
Senator Grassley has just introduced S.762 "To Include DHEA As an Anabolic Steroid"
I just called Grassleys "Drug Caucus" office at 202-224-9032 to ask if they had a position paper to back their nonsensical position that DHEA is allegedly "dangerous". The phone was handed to Jeremy Mishler the officious twerp in charge of this genocidal bill.
Mishler's direct line is 202-224-3744. Call him yourself to tell him off- see phone script below...
I asked him if they had a detailed position paper on DHEA which would attempt to justify their position. He said they do not. He said that professional sports and the Olympics have banned it, "therefor it should be banned."
He called DHEA a "potent anabolic steroid which is being abused by bodybuilders who are using it instead of harder to obtain illegal steroids."
He also said the public is being "defrauded" when they take it for antiaging purposes.
He then got very testy with me and demanded to know who I was and what state I was calling from, (telling me he knows I'm in Washington State.) I told him it didn't matter what state I am calling from because I interract with dietary supplement consumers in all 50 states who use DHEA including IOWA, and that he could expect to hear from a few million enraged dietary supplement consumers who were likely to make his phone ring off the hook til Grassley cries uncle and raises the white flag on this issue, scrapping this absurd bill. I wanted to know when Grassley was going to ban cholesterol since it too is a steroid. No answer, so I hung up.
They have caller ID in all Congressional offices and can tell what state a person is calling from. They use that as an excuse to ignore people. I strongly recommend that everyone on the IAHF list + all vitamin companies selling DHEA contact all customers in IOWA to ask them to flood Jeremy Mishler with angry phone calls. He (and Grassley) have no leg to stand on.
When you get Mishler (or anyone in Grassley's office) on the phone, use this phone script:
DHEA is a Steroid, But Not All Steroids Are Alike
A "steroid" is merely a generic term for any naturally-occurring chemical molecule containing certain fat-soluble organic compounds in a particular carbon atom configuration. Most meats and some plants contain steroids, and in fact, cholesterol is, by definition, a steroid or steroid precursor, as is vitamin D. Our bodies produce steroids constantly and we ingest them every day from the foods we eat. Although the word "steroid" has recently gotten a bad reputation (particularly from a few professional athletes who apparently misuse illegal or prescription steroids), not all steroids are bad.
DHEA Does Not Work Like "Andro" or Other Anabolic Steroids
An anabolic steroid, such as testosterone, can be used to increase muscle size and strength, and reduce post-exercise recovery time. Our bodies create a certain amount of testosterone naturally, and taking additional testosterone or steroid precursors, either orally or by injection, that in turn elevate the body’s testosterone levels beyond normal levels, can help build muscle mass.
Anabolic steroid abuse can also produce a number of dangerous side effects such as breast enlargement, increased facial and body hair, high blood pressure, liver malfunction, reduced fertility, and altered behavior. But these side effects are not associated with DHEA. Research demonstrates that in young, healthy adults supplemental DHEA does not affect testosterone levels.
DHEA is different. DHEA is naturally produced by the adrenal glands, and is the most common steroid hormone in the body. It is an indirect precursor of testosterone, and therefore possesses weak estrogenic (estrogen-producing) and androgenic (testosterone-producing) activity.
Additionally, unlike with "andro" which can directly lead to the production of testosterone, with DHEA the body tightly regulates its conversion, preventing excess production of testosterone. In other words, under normal physiologic conditions the body simply recognizes when it is already achieving normal hormone levels and thus "ignores" the additional DHEA.
This is the case even for a person who uses supplements containing DHEA. Consequently, while ingesting additional "andro" can directly lead to production of additional testosterone, this is not the case with DHEA."Andro" and similar compounds were formerly sold in some dietary supplement products but were placed on the Controlled Substances List by the Anabolic Steroid Control Act of 2004. Although DHEA is structurally similar to these compounds, it is functionally different. You have no right to tell me what I can and cannot ingest into MY BODY!!! This is MY decision to make NOT the governments!!
WHERE ARE MY DOCUMENTS? FOIA REQUEST # 2006-11318: FDA's TRILATERAL COOPERATION CHARTERTo: Naomi Kawin March 6,2007
Dear Mr. Hammell,
It was nice meeting you via telephone today. As we discussed, I am writing you to confirm that we will have a teleconference on Monday, December 4 at 12:00 noon Pacific Time (3:00 PM EST) to discuss your FOIA request. We will call you at 1-800-333-2553.
FDA participants in the call will be:
1. An FDA FOIA official (to be determined)
2. Gary Coody, FDA's representative on the Mexico, U.S., Canada Health Fraud Group (MUCH) of the Trilateral Cooperation initiative
3. Naomi Kawin., the U.S. Country Coordinator for the Trilateral Cooperation initiative
As I mentioned, the Trilateral Cooperation initiative now has a website, and we are in the process of populating it with documents. Below is the website's home page address:
To learn more about Trilateral Cooperation activities on dietary supplements, please look at the information from the MUCH working group on that website. You can access that information by clicking on "Health Fraud" in the index at the left-hand side of the Trilateral Cooperation home page. You can also access information from the MUCH group by clicking on the highlights box that appears in the center or right of the screen.
You may also wish to review the Terms of Reference for the MUCH working group. These can be found in Appendix B of the Trilateral Cooperation Charter, which lists the Terms of Reference for all the Trilateral working groups. The Charter is accessible by clicking on "Charter" in the index at the left-hand side of the Trilateral Cooperation home page.
Associate Director for the Americas
Office of International Programs
Office of the Commissioner
Food and Drug Administration
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