I responded to this in the previous "big thread", I don't know if it is still there or if you got a chance to read it, but:
Curezone is not some big corporate, political, religious or scientific entity that must take a "stance" or a "side" and endorse only that.
Curezone's "stance" is that of alternative health, and all exploration and information revolving around that, at least from everything I've seen! Maybe if this isn't the case, Dushan can chime in. But somehow I think it is.
The newsletter is only a reflection of that.
It's not taking a "stance" and saying "This is what we endorse" by publishing something in the newsletter. It's saying "This is information that may or may not be useful or interesting to you." Many other things are published in the newsletter that I'm sure not everyone agrees with either.
Also, the newsletter "publication" that brought up all this fuss, wasn't even an endorsement or article about UT. It was a PERSONAL TESTIMONY... someone's observed experiences from using it personally. On a site that seems to be focused on HEALING, and alternative methodologies, where "alternative medicine" often means performing your own experiments, using yourself as the test subject, PERSONAL TESTIMONIES from others can be very helpful or at least interesting to read through. So, how on earth is it surprising to see this in the newsletter?
It seems like you just saw the word "urine" and, without even looking to see what it was about, freaked out and said "OH MY GOD I SAW THE WORD URINE, THEY MUST BE ENDORSING IT, THIS IS AN OUTRAGE".
Alternative health is all about exploring new ideas and finding what works and what doesn't. It's about taking responsibility for your health, not blindly following what some corporate medical institution tells you. You need to realize and accept that in this realm of alternative health, there are many, many different practices and methodologies, many of which you may find strange or disagreeable. But just because they go against your personal belief systems, does not mean they are invalid. Many other people may find them very beneficial and end up believing in them quite strongly.
Urine Therapy, or even a hundred other practices on this site, may not be for you. That's fine, nobody's trying to force them on you. But what's right or wrong for you, may not be the case for everyone else. Ultimately it's up for each individual to find out for themselves. So don't deny others the right to be made aware of these things, which is ultimately the whole point of this site and the newsletter -- to make people aware that these ALTERNATIVE methods and practices exist. Whether you as an individual choose to explore an idea more deeply from there, or reject it completely, is entirely up to you. Simply put, as others have said, if you don't like it, don't read it!
I just can't get over the fact that you're surprised to see something in the newsletter that you don't personally agree with... Should it be renamed to: "The CureZone Newsletter -- Stamped and Approved by MH!" ?