Scott Tips – Codex Alimentarius: Making Sickness Compulsory recorded at The Alternative View 2 in May 2009

As the president of the National Health Federation and its chief delegate at meetings of the Codex Alimentarius Commission, Scott Tips is probably unique as being the health-freedom activist who has attended the most Codex meetings. Using that experience as a springboard, Scott’s presentation will discuss not only the structure and mechanics of Codex and…

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"Past, Present, Future Dice Showing Forecasts" by Stuart Miles

The Future is Yesterday

Reproduced with permission of Liam Scheff: The problem of modernity – the calamitous noise we have surrounded ourselves with, the thumping of tires on air and pistons in their sheaths, the whirring of fans and pumps in the interior of our walls, the corroded arteries of hollow steel that define the circulatory system of our…

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"Aluminum Drink Cans" by David Castillo Dominici

Your Purchase, Your Politics

I was in the queue at my local corner shop today and the woman in front of me was buying a can of Diet Coke.  A few years ago a moment like that would have passed over me, What’s not to like about that?  Just because I choose to eat well and buy organic things…

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"Tailoring" by Carlos Porto

Truth’s Tailor

I’ve been getting a bit sentimental for the past recently.  Thinking about a time when I could believe what I was told on TV.  I could watch an advert for, say, Del Monte orange juice which featured a happy healthy community of people in a country far away, putting all their love into producing a…

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"Healthy Breakfast Meal" by rakratchada torsap

Diet – Think Complexly – Five Ways

Reproduced with permission of Liam Scheff: I’m researching and talking about diet and nutrition this week (something I haven’t done publicly much, because I don’t worry very much about what other people eat). But, when the Sally Fallon group and Primal rage diet folks began attacking “deadly” soy and “poisonous” grains, I had to chime…

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