The Documentation About "Codex Alimentarius"
Irresponsible Reactions to Dr. Rath's Groundbreaking Work: Formation
of a Cartel to Supress Information and Fix Prices
Dr. Rath has done everything possible to disseminate his discovery quickly.
In 1990, he informed the Swiss group Roche (the world's second-largest
pharmaceutical company and the largest supplier of vitamin C as a raw
material) and a dozen other pharmaceutical companies about the benefits
of Cellular Health. Excerpts from Dr. Rath's correspondence with Roche
are presented below.
Dr. Rath naively believed that the pharmaceutical industry cared about
saving human lives. On the contrary, they care only about showing a profit
to their shareholders. The Roche group initially feigned interest but
used the information for its own nefarious purposes.
In 1990 as a direct reaction to the information about Dr. Rath's scientific
breakthrough, Roche, BASF, and a number of other pharmaceutical companies
took action with two criminal cartels:
- Codex Alimentarius: A United Nations commission dedicated
to controlling all dietary supplements and now engaged in a global effort
to counter Dr. Rath's discoveries.
- The Vitamin Price cartel: A cartel that raised the
prices of the raw materials that make vitamins. They worked independently
of Codex and plundered billions of dollars from every corner of the
world by exploiting Dr. Rath's findings.
Dr. Rath's life's work has unmasked the beast of the pharmaceutical industry.
Dr. Rath's letter informing the Roche group (world's largest
manufacturer of vitamin C) about his groundbreaking work.
Thereafter, as a member of the vitamin cartel, Roche's managers were convicted
of criminal conspiracy, and in the U.S. were fined $1 billion. Roche was
also a member of the "Codex" cartel for suppression of information.
"Roche Punished for Cartel -- Illegal Agreements in Vitamin Business
Badische Zeitung, Sep 29, 1999.
"Cartel Participants Forced to Pay"
Süddeutsche Zeitung, Sep 29, 1999.