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Not a "Miscarriage,' An Abortion of Justice

An Eye on the FDA My recent posts have been related to the two-part trial brought forth by the Department of Justice at the U.S. Courthouse in Spokane, Washington at the behest of the FDA against Karis DeLong and Tammy Olson (December 1, 2014), and Louis Daniel Smith (March 3, 2015), for selling the product referred to as Miracle (Master) Mineral…

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The Role of Truth in a Corporatocracy

Meet NP001 (Sodium Chlorite) [NOTE: This is one in an ongoing series of articles that refer to a landmark trial that will commence March 3, 2014 in Spokane, Washington when the Department of Justice brings its case against Daniel Smith, whose now-defunct company, Project Green Life, sold the product known as “MMS”.] I can see how the Dept of Justice and FDA figure…

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Accutane, Dioxychlor, MMS and the DoJ Trial of Daniel Smith

Results Reveal a Pattern Each time I go somewhere, I return feeling enriched by what I have learned. This trip was no exception. Over the weekend I drove 2,000 miles, to and from Colorado in a span of roughly 48 hours, to attend two meetings, one of which I’ll discuss now. Nathan Carr is a man of thirty-something years who first contacted me in 2012 as I…

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Facebookers Object to 'Self Healing' T-Shirt Ad

MOAB, UT — I am in the unenviable position of arriving for the first time in a natural paradise in the still of night, and leaving before sunrise. However, Ft. Collins Colorado is my destination for reasons that are, at this time, more important to me, and will become evident soon enough to you. So I’ll be brief. Since I…

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Fund Raising Fun

My desire and need to raise money in order to attend Daniel Smith’s trial vs the DoJ (FDA) in Spokane has kindled actions that, for me, have been long overdue. Instead of the standard, “please send me money” routine (although it will always be appreciated), I have something that I feel is of value to send you in exchange. Please…

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A New View of, and Relationship with Water

This is a view of the Rio Grande Gorge from the bridge just outside of Taos, New Mexico, a most enchanting town in the Land of Enchantment where I’ve been for the past few days. I experienced, and thoroughly enjoyed an appetizer of fried green chili’s at the famous El Pinto Restaurant. The rest of the meal was wonderful too.…

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Seeing Truth in a 'Lie-able' Reality

POST FALLS, ID — Time only seems to stand still at times. At other times it seems to fly. It has done both over the past few weeks, as I am, and have been on another road trip. Much is going on in the world, but I wouldn’t be able to tell you much about it. It’s not that I’ve been…

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Say Hello to “the Stupor Bowl”

It’s Stupor Bowl Sunday… wait; did I call it “Stupor Bowl”? Oh, I mean Super Bowl Sunday, the forty-eighth time the “big game” has been staged. I’m sorry if I sound a bit cynical, although it is definitely intentional. However, the cynicism isn’t directed specifically at the football game being held today in New Jersey, which I will watch. It…

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Oh My God! And Other Thoughts About Water

MOORHEAD, MN – I’ve covered quite a bit a ground in the past several weeks, with much more to go before I return home. Today I’ll arrive in the town of Ramsey, near Minneapolis, where I’ll spend time with the company that makes the water transformation product we have dubbed, the Rainmaker. A couple of days ago I spent an…

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DC "Suicide by Cop" Operation

Intent on stoking emotional fires of stress and fear upon the American people, police in Washington, DC this week, quick to shoot first and ask questions later, even if the answers must be sought via autopsy, were cast in the role of accommodators in what may have been a case of “suicide by cop.” Miriam Carey, unarmed, whose “accomplice” was…

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MMS: Now I’m a Trojan Horse

The story of Jim Humble’s MMS, or “Miracle Mineral Supplement,” which he made infamous in the eyes and gunsights of the FDA, continues to evolve, and apparently, my voice still has some influence, however small my audience may be. A couple of days ago, Jim Humble wrote the following reply in the comments from my article, Rethinking MMS: A Cell’s…

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Let There Be Light to the FDA; and Love for Daniel Smith

No offense meant, but it IS possible for a group of self-righteous people to commit unthinkable acts against the best interests of humanity and THINK that they’re doing “good” for that same group of humanity. That’s the benefit of the doubt that I’ll give the minions of both the Vatican, and the FDA, although I’m also sure that certain factions…

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Dawn of a 'Peece' Movement

This is the longest article I’ve ever written, just so you know. I always want to be clear as possible, but never more so than now. Let it be known on this day, of my official withdrawal from the “Miracle Mineral Supplement/Solution” a.k.a. “MMS” conversation. While I am grateful for what I have learned and the many amazing people I’ve…

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MMS, the HeLa Menace, and a New Hypothesis

There are some very compelling reasons for being clear on how and why MMS and the chlorite matrix works that are bigger than Grant Maanum and myself, or Jim Humble. It is easy to fall into the trap of thinking that the benefit that others gain from our works means that we, or our “product” did it for them. If…

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MMS: No Need to Circle the Wagons

It comes as no surprise that the first official response to my latest articles on MMS chemistry would amount to a circling of the wagons, as though I had attacked the Doctrine. Given what I’ve learned recently, I am saying that Chlorine Dioxide, or ClO2 should indeed be avoided, and IS being avoided when MMS that contains no sodium chlorate…

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MMS: No Desire for Drama, Just Beneficial Results

It would be impossible to convey, even in a few thousand words, the profound shift that has occurred in my thinking as a result of ongoing interactions with Grant Maanum. Our conversations haven’t been limited to matters of MMS in the least. However, the importance of what MMS can do for humanity is so great that it behooves us to…

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Baking Soda-Gate, Part II

I am pleased to report that the YouTube video with Jim Humble showing how to add baking soda to MMS to make it taste palatable has been removed. However, a second copy of the same video is still online, which was posted by someone else on June 17, 2012. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtATn2JnREc&w=520&h=300&hd=1] Viewer beware… STILL. That’s the simple part. Yesterday I received…

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‘Standard of Care’ by Whose Standard?

I have had the ongoing pleasure of regular conversations with Grant, who I referred to as “The Dot Connector” or “GM” in two videos thus far. He is truly an intelligent man. Although I don’t do it every time, each time we talk warrants recording, as invariably, something new to me, or a new take on an existing perception, will…

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HeLa Cells: Great for the Business of Medicine

Not for the Process of Healing The next installment of insights, this time on the HeLa cell, gleaned through another conversation with Grant, awaits your review via the link at the end of this article. This is only the tip of the tip of the iceberg. All of the apparently disparate subjects that my writings cover are intimately and inextricably…

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Vaccinations: Time to Speak the Unspeakable

By the time an individual learns about vaccinations it’s too late. Someone else will have made the decision that we must have one. Most likely a parent or guardian. As such, the deed will have been done years ago, evidenced by a tell-tale mark that was left on one shoulder. Today it’s possible to have had immunization shots before you…

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