(Lucas : The test zone for the out role of the codex alimentarius that will bring all natural products, plants, minerals, fungi, vitamins, herbs, spices under restriction in use is already in place in Denmark. Where vitamins and minerals are already only to get by doctors subscription. The next step is to bring the rest of the restrictions in. Are we gonna let them do that or are we getting awake and active, the enslavement on all sorts of levels from corporate governments, corporate rule, gmo, healthcare and even now your food choice and own health care is restricted that much that you need to pay or have need of licenses or permits to do anything of course paid and enforced with police and officials and fines and jail sentences.The EU, Codex alimentarius, the UN- Agenda 21 and TPP all of this you should take peaceful action against fast!)
Brussels has sparked outrage in Denmark by proposing to outlaw their traditional pastries.
Christmas festivities have been dampened in Copenhagen by the prospect that this could be the last year its citizens will be able to eat their kanelsnegler or cinnamon rolls.
The end to the beloved pastries comes from EU limits on the amount of coumarin, a naturally occurring toxic chemical found in the most commonly used type of cinnamon, cassia.
Kanelsnegler – very popular in Nordic countries – contain high amounts of cinnamon.
But the ban is not expected to affect British lovers of Danish pastries, because the types we get here do not contain such high levels of cinnamon.