It occurs to me that this newly identified "terrorist" threat in Europe announced by the US is roughly coinciding with the imposition of Codex Alimentarus in Europe, with a slight lag. I know that Europeans are far less mind controlled than Americans as a group, and have been much more sophisticated and savvy about political matters (curezone members notwithstanding, and many Americans finally wising up.) Europeans have always made use of herbal and alternative medicines available for centuries and their prohibition from doing so must be an enormously big deal to them (as it will be for some of us). I am wondering if Americans traveling in Europe from this point forward would be continually approached by Europeans wanting to warn them of what's coming for us, and that this would be highly undesirable from the point of view of the eugenics-embracers running this country. Better to discourage American travel in Europe to minimize the spread of fear of Codex A. I read somewhere that Obama has signed on to Codex Alimentarus last June, but can't remember the details.