Evidence Suggests Sovereign Movement May Have Brought MMS BLEACH Cult To Ireland

Disturbing content.
We have entered a new Dark Age where people reject science, form cults and just believe whatever they want in order to feel important. Which is bad enough to begin with but when used to justify the abuse of children it is especially heinous.

Fiona O'Leary

I have been campaigning against quack treatments for many years now.

I have exposed, reported and helped to prosecute those who peddle a lethal bleach product known as MMS (Miracle Mineral Solution) or CD (Chlorine Dioxide)

Read more about my campaign work here, here and here.

I am due to give evidence regarding another MMS case in two weeks time.

I have five children, two of my children are on the Autism spectrum.

Autistic children are being experimented on and abused with quack treatments like this BLEACH product MMS.

They are being poisoned, forced to drink this toxic BLEACH all day long, then they are pinned down whilst burning BLEACH ENEMAS are forced into their bodies.

All government bodies, Child Protection Agencies, the HSE and the Gardai call MMS child abuse.

Investigations are ongoing into parents who gave this toxic BLEACH to their Autistic children.

Patrick Merlehan was…

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Gwyneth Paltrow and GOOP still want you to put a jade egg in your vagina. It’s still a bad idea.

Paltrow and for that matter also her friend Tracy Anderson… they remain more diabolic fiends than anyone in those superhero movies.

Dr. Jen Gunter

GOOP and Gwyneth Paltrow are so into their jade eggs they are doubling down on the practice.

Who am I kidding, a new shipment of jade eggs has hatched and so GOOP is back to flogging them with a letter from an eggthusiast who was dismayed by all the negative press in January. GOOP is just coincidentally passing on this reader’s “note” now when then new eggs are available and not back in January when it was in the press and a rebuttal might have been worthwhile. Maybe I am just jaded and it just took months for GOOP to weed through their replies. The letter is from Layla Martin a sexuality coach who is certified by the Tantric Institute of Integrated Sexuality. Which she created and founded.

She also just happens to sell jade eggs.

I feel the entire post is major shade at me, after all I was the…

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Dietitian Mum Breaking School Rules When It Comes to Food

“lunch box policing” makes my blood boil.
Parents are trying their best. Kids may have issues around food as it is, and this sort of thing will cause them issues if they don’t have them already. As someone with ARFID, as a child I often got treated like i was disobedient or difficult for not being willing to eat certain things, and didn’t understand why people had to be so controlling and couldn’t just accept “he only eats the foods that he likes, and that’s not one of them”. Now… this was the late 70s and the 80s, people didn’t really know any better back then. Now it’s 2018, there’s no excuse for this ignorance. It is tantamount to child abuse in my opinion. It makes me irate. Children should not be made to feel guilty or shamed about eating when they are hungry.


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Last year, my oldest son started school. I was excited and a little apprehensive about what the year held for him. Unfortunately, this excitement wore off pretty quickly.

On day 2, my son received a card in his lunch box – “We love your healthy lunch” and a newsletter stating the school rules around what can be eaten at each lunch break.

My bubble of food joy and peace burst right there and then as damage-control kicked in.

I ended up writing a letter to the school about my experiences as a parent and an APD. I offered actionable suggestions about how the school could support my child and the school children around food, eating and nutrition.

Here is the letter I wrote:

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Gwyneth Paltrow and GOOP say the joke is on you if you followed their advice

I had a thyroid cancer diagnosis circa 1999.
Paltrow is a monster and her Goop band is atrocious.

Dr. Jen Gunter

Imagine if I told you something about health and a lot of experts who knew more than I did pointed out I was wrong. They even provided sources.

Imagine then instead of being embarrassed that I had passed false information on to women I doubled down and called my detractors desperate for attention and accused them of not wanting to empower women in their health choices.

Now imagine I went back and retroactively labelled those posts as entertainment or just an interesting idea? Ha ha, my bad!

What would you call me?

A hypocrite.

If I were selling product based on those posts and the attention they garnered in the press you would probably call me a grifter and maybe even a fucking hypocrite.

You’d be right and that is exactly what GOOP is doing.

GOOP is retroactively labelling “wellness” posts so women can figure out what was pure bullshit, what…

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Zoe Harcombe vs The Advertising Standards Authority: Introduction (Part 1)

The Exit Door Leads In....

I submitted two complaints to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) about Zoe Harcombe. The first was in September 2013 regarding claims made about her diet on her blog [1], the second in July 2014 about claims made on the Harcombe Diet Website [2] and the Harcombe Diet & Health Club Website [3].

I am writing this introductory post as there are likely to be a  number of subsequent posts over time, and I wanted to establish the full accurate chronology of events and my motivation for submitting these complaints before looking in more detail at the ASA investigation and the responses given to them.

The key dates in the complaints were as follows:-

  • September 2013: Complaint submitted about Zoe Harcombes Blog. Five claims investigated.
  • November 2013. Zoe Harcombe responds to the ASA and provides the evidence to support her claims.
  • June 2014: ASA produce draft recommendation for ASA council to consider, which suggested…

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An open letter to Vice Chancellor Professor Eeva Leinonen and members of the Murdoch University senior executive team

I wrote an article about this female charlatan a few years back when I was “only” concerned with harmful, orthorexia style weight loss advice with an absence of basis in science… as you can see from this article, she has since progressed to quackery targeted at cancer patients and people suffering other serious medical conditions. Deplorable.

Re: petition ‘Murdoch University: Do not host Christine Cronau’

As you may be aware I recently created a petition in opposition to Christine Cronau hosting her ‘Bring Back the Fat 2017’ event at Murdoch University’s South Street Campus. In short the reasons for the petition are as follows:

  • Christine Cronau provides dangerous medical and nutritional advice without any credible qualifications in either area. Christine’s only qualification regarding nutrition is a diploma of Nutritional Medicine from the International College of Complimentary Medicine, which does not appear to be a reputable institution.
  • The advice given publicly via her Facebook page is very misleading, usually factually incorrect and potentially deadly as it may delay and/or interfere with appropriate medical treatment.
  • Hosting the event on the Murdoch University campus will bring the reputation of the University into disrepute, damaging the credibility of the institution and its graduates (particularly those in the allied health fields)…

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Signed Copies of Fighting Chemophobia

If you’ve enjoyed those “ingredients in a banana” memes that have been popular, you might be interested in this new book from their creator.

James Kennedy

banana book.jpgChemophobia is an irrational fear of chemicals. It includes the fear of sugar in food, formaldehyde in shampoo and aluminium in vaccines. Fitness bloggers, quack doctors and even small cosmetic companies take advantage of these quirks to sell fake-natural products at elevated prices. Almost always, the same people who spread a fear of ‘chemicals’ also have ‘chemical-free’ products for sale.

Some companies sell “natural”, “organic” and “chemical-free” products to combat the supposed onslaught of chemical pollution in conventional consumer products. Most of these alternative products are no less synthetic, and no safer, than conventional versions despite commanding much higher prices.

Chemophobia is spreading despite our world becoming a cleaner, safer place. People are becoming healthier, and product safety regulations are becoming stricter. The supposed onslaught of chemicals that these special interest groups describe simply isn’t happening.

Perpetrators of chemophobia create unnecessary guilt, stress and anxiety as consumers worry about making…

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