Wednesday, October 31, 2007

KNN Presents - "Profiles of Courage"

KNN’s Profiles of Courage to highlight the lives and
accomplishments of the Saints in the Kingdom of Yah
by Eitai B.N. Aharone
KNN Senior Editorial Writer

In a continuing effort to enhance our signature and expand the diversity of this emergent publication, the senior editorial staff at KNN has decided to add an exciting new special feature to our e-news format. KNN’s Profiles of Courage will highlight the brilliant lives and outstanding accomplishments of various Saints throughout the Kingdom of Yah. The Profiles of Courage spot will allow our readers intimate access into the radiant lives of committed Saints in Yah’s great Kingdom. Through this exclusive feature KNN will profile a broad cross section of individuals who are poised to positively impact the next phase of our prophetic journey.

The Holy Father has declared that in the next 40 years the Kingdom will advance from invisible to visible. Furthermore, in his Yom Kippur Closing address Abba stated that in this season, the season of the Great Ascension, it is imperative that the elegance of our culture be made clearly evident. Accordingly, it becomes our sacred duty to articulate, record and publicize our own unique stories. It is our prayer that this distinctive format will be instrumental in uplifting our sacred and glorious culture to the world in this season.

Stay tuned!!!!!

CODEX & Nutricide Pt. 1

Codex Alimentarius Summarized in 7 Points

1) Started in 1962 by UN, Imposed by WTO Sanctions

Codex Alimentarius was created in 1962 as a trade Commission by the UN to control the international trade of food. Its initial intentions may have been altruistic but it has been taken over by corporate interests, most notably the pharmaceutical, pesticide, biotechnology and chemical industries.

Codex Alimentarius is backed up by the crippling trade sanctions of the World Trade Organization (WTO). Any non Codex-compliant nation would face huge economic punishment since they would automatically lose in any food-trade dispute with a Codex compliant country. Currently there are 160 member countries.

2) “Nutrients are Toxins” Is Junk Science

Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC) has two committees which impact nutrition. One of them, the “Codex Committee on Nutrition and Foods for Special Dietary Uses” (CCNFSDU), is chaired by Dr. Rolf Grossklaus, a physician who believes that nutrition has no role in health. This is the “top-guy” for Codex nutritional policy, and he has stated that “nutrition is not relevant to health”.

As unbelievable as it may sound, Dr. Grossklaus actually declared nutrients to be toxins in 1994 and instituted the use of toxicology (Risk Assessment) to prevent nutrients from having any impact on humans who take supplements! It is worth mentioning that Dr. Grossklaus happens to own the Risk Assessment company advising CCNFSDU and Codex on this issue. This company makes money when its toxicology services are used for the “assessment” of nutrients. Here in the U.S. we call that a “conflict of interest”.

Codex is made up of thousands of standards and guidelines. One of them, the Vitamin and Mineral Guideline (VMG), is designed to permit only ultra low doses of vitamins and minerals (and make clinically effective nutrients illegal). How can the VMG restrict dosages of vitamins and minerals? By using Risk Assessment (toxicology) to assess nutrients.

While Risk Assessment is a legitimate science (it is a branch of toxicology), it is the wrong science for assessing nutrients! In fact, in this context, it is actually junk science. Biochemistry, the science of life processes, is the correct science for assessing nutrients. Codex Alimentarius treats nutrients as toxins, which is literally insane. Nutrients are not toxins - they are essential for life.

No matter what Codex Alimentarius officials say to convince you that Risk Assessment is a “science-based” approach to nutrients, it is not. And it is worth repeating that Dr. Grossklaus, the head of Codex Alimentarius, owns the Risk Assessment company advising CCNFSDU and Codex on the “benefit” of using Risk Assessment to assess nutrients.

3) Not Consumer Protection - That’s Propaganda

Contrary to the propaganda, Codex Alimentarius has nothing to do with consumer protection. Nothing! Codex is about the economic ambitions of multi-national corporations, in particular, the pharmaceutical industry. Using their multi billion-dollar marketing budgets, these industries have launched a massive media propaganda campaign to paint Codex Alimentarius as a benevolent tool of “consumer protection”, as well as to negatively taint the image of natural health options and mislead people to fear them as “dangerous”, so they will take drugs (which really are dangerous). Natural health products and options have an amazing safety record and are remarkably effective, especially when compared to pharmaceutical drugs.

Unfortunately, one-time defenders of health freedom such as National Nutritional Foods Association (NNFA) and Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) have joined the propaganda bandwagon and are spreading false information saying that Codex Alimentarius is either “harmless” or benevolent “consumer protection”. Neither is true. The membership of these one-time defenders of health freedom has become permeated by people from the pharmaceutical industry (for example, CRN counts as its members corporations such as Monsanto® and Bayer®).

KNN: Stay tuned for part 2 on this informative story. For more info visit the website & see the video for free

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Fall back-Daylight saving time ends Sunday

It's time to change your clock
KNN News

Beginning this year, daylight saving time ends the first Sunday of November -- one week later than usual. That means clocks need to be set back an hour on Sunday at 2 a.m. Daylight saving time also started earlier this year; we changed the clocks the second Sunday in March.

The new rules were enacted by Congress in 2005, but weren't put into effect immediately so potential software problems could be worked out, said David Prerau, author of "Seize the Daylight: The Curious and Contentious Story of Daylight Saving Time." Prerau also was a consultant to Congress on the law extending daylight saving time.