|Date: 6/29/2006 3:18:17 AM ( 11y ago )
"The main thrust of curezone is its open policy of sharing all potential healing modalities and leaving the decision for what an indivdual beleives is best for them, up to them."
This is fine, up to a point; but when individuals begin sharing potentially dangerous healing modalities then someone should and must step in and declare otherwise (providing sufficient proof as they do so). If only one CureZone viewer is harmed by an irrational comment made on this site, then that should be treated as one too many and entirely the fault of those with the power to censor erroneous information. For instance, if a hundred people return to CureZone in ten years time to state that their health has been utterly destroyed by lime water (and you know how harmful this is), is that acceptable on the grounds that everyone is allowed to recommend protocols they believe in, regardless of how harmful they might or might not be?
"Going in the other direction sets up a mob rules mentality, where a self appointed elite dictates what the truth is for all."
Indeed. The moreless forum, for instance.
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