Target: Edmund Arranga, Director of AutismOne
Goal: Stop promoting child abuse by administering bleach to autistic children.
Autism has been more prevalent in recent years. The cause is unknown, but what is known is that there is no cure for it. However, a speaker at the AutismOne conference recently claimed that bleach can be used as a cure to autism, administered regularly through a bleach bath, an enema, or orally. The treatment is referred to as MMS, or Miracle Mineral Solution.
Parents who have tried this ‘cure’ have reported problems with their children, such as severe vomiting and diarrhea, and an extreme fear of bathtubs or other implements used to administer the bleach. The organization promoting MMS provides tips on administering the bleach solution—using a baby bottle is one way—as well as how to overcome the “nausea barrier” to up the dosage. They also claim that MMS can treat cancers, colds, HIV, skin diseases, and diabetes, as well as other illnesses.
Orally-administered bleach can cause burns on the mouth, chin, and any other parts of the body it touches. It can also damage the lungs, causing respiratory impairment, and permanently damage the lining of the stomach and intestines. It is abuse to be forcing children to take bleach at all, let alone to cure autism or any other illness.
By signing the petition below, you are asking AutismOne to renounce their association with promoters of MMS. Autism is incurable and there are far more humane treatments to help autistic children and their families. Demand that AutismOne stop promoting child abuse.
Dear Mr. Arranga,
Please end your association with anyone promoting MMS, or treating autistic children with bleach. This is child abuse, and causes irreversible damage and even death in children who are submitted to this abuse. Bleach has no curative properties, and can only harm both the children and parents subjected to it, physically and psychologically.
AutismOne has a lot of influence with the parents of autistic children. I am asking you to renounce your support for MMS, and remind your community that there is no cure for autism, and that there are many other ways to help autistic children and their families that do not subject those children to constant abuse.
[Your Name Here]