Introducing the Bleach Cult
Bringing the Squeaky Clean to you
The Bleach Cult is a large problem in today's current culture, and even in the past.
More recently, our organization worked with the US FDA to ban MMS in the United States. MMS is known as Miracle Mineral Solution (sometimes referred to as the CD protocol). MMS is a combination of 28% sodium chlorite, water, and a citrus flavoring to disguise the taste. Children are typically fed up to 40 drops per day. The Genesis ll Church had been held accountable, officially, on May 1, 2020. This is important to note: our org will not stop reporting those who use MMS in the future to CPS. MMS is typically fed orally, but also has been used through enemas. Our organization does not condone the use of MMS on autistic people, as autism is not curable.
We also do not approve of the following harmful products and therapies (aside from MMS):
Any type of behaviorism, including:
--Positive Behavioral Supports
Detoxifying Clay Baths
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Electroconvulsive Shock Therapy
Enemas and bath soaks.
Forced conditioning and compliance demands
Ozone Therapy (O3)
Emotional, physical, verbal, or sexual abuse
Exploitation of your child online
Long term Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (it's not meant to be long term)
Redirection (the only exception we allow for this is self-injurious behaviors and harm directed at others)
Operant and Classical Conditioning
Any other type of therapy or harmful product that claims that autism can be "healed" or "rid of" or "removed".
*Note: we edit this list over time as we discover more and more what people use to try and get "rid" of autism. Autism is not curable. Autistics do not consent to the US trying to eradicate us. That is a form of Eugenics, and autistics don't deserve to be Eugenicized. Hitler did the same thing to the Jews, as well as people of color and disabled people, as well as LGBTQ+ folks in the 1940s. Autism is a lifelong neurological disability. We've not consented to a cure and we're not diseased, brain-injured, or broken, nor burdens. Filicide occurs and we need caregivers to stop eradicating our community.
"FDA Cracks Down on False Claims
The Food and Drug Administration has warned and/or take action against a number of companies that have made improper claims about their products’ intended use as a treatment or cure for autism or autism-related symptoms. Some of these so-called therapies carry significant health risks. For example,
“Chelation Therapies.” These products claim to cleanse the body of toxic chemicals and heavy metals by binding to them and “removing” them from circulation. They come in a number of forms, including sprays, suppositories, capsules, liquid drops, and clay baths. FDA-approved chelating agents are approved for specific uses that do not include the treatment or cure of autism, such as the treatment of lead poisoning and iron overload and are available by prescription only. FDA-approved prescription chelation therapy products should only be used under professional supervision. Chelating important minerals needed by the body can lead to serious and life-threatening outcomes.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. This involves breathing oxygen in a pressurized chamber and has been cleared by the FDA only for certain medical uses, such as treating decompression sickness suffered by divers.
Detoxifying Clay Baths. Added to bath water, these products claim to draw out chemical toxins, pollutants, and heavy metals from the body. They are improperly advertised as offering “dramatic improvement” for autism symptoms.
Various products, including raw camel milk, MMS (chlorine dioxide), and essential oils. These products have been marketed as a treatment for autism or autism-related symptoms, but have not been proven safe and effective for these advertised uses.
FDA some quick tips to help you identify false or misleading claims.
Be suspicious of products that claim to treat a wide range of diseases.
Personal testimonials are no substitute for scientific evidence.
Few diseases or conditions can be treated quickly, so be suspicious of any therapy claimed as a “quick fix.”
So-called “miracle cures,” which claim scientific breakthroughs or contain secret ingredients, are likely a hoax."
Source: FDA Article
MMS was discovered and invented by the Genesis ll Church. Its purpose was originally for water purification to make water safe for drinking. We go back into the late 1900s with Dr. Bernard Rimland's DAN! (Defeat Autism Now) Conferences; DAN is now the Autism Research Insititute (ARI) today. Rimland believed that Autism could be healed through biomedical treatments. On ARI's website, in this article, they say: "We also strongly encourage any parents who choose to administer MMS to their children to report it to their physician so that side effects can be monitored." This is problematic because those doctors are not real doctors, and side effects should be monitored by people who don't intend on hurting autistic children. More information can be found through this video made by our social media coordinator, Eve Reiland.
Biomedical treatments are currently being funded by the following harmful nonprofits:
TACA (Talk About Curing Autism)
Lovaas invented ABA therapy in the early 1960s. This is the same man that co-founded Conversion Therapy. ABA, by the culture in the community, is known as autism conversion therapy. He did not start the field of behaviorism (that was both Skinner and Watson). Lovaas thought that by "fixing" the autistic behavior that currently is perceived by non-autistic people to be "problematic", that he was "helping" autistics and their families. ABA is not evidence-based, and autistic researchers involved with this non-profit are currently working on a tool for C-PTSD and Autism.
Dr. Henny Kupferstein is one of those researchers. She has two studies currently on ABA and PTSD here. Our nonprofit does not support ABA, Positive Behavioral Supports, RDI, or Behavior Modification. These four types of behavioral "therapies" actually are harmful to the autistic community. They are pseudoscientific therapies.
Types of orgs that support ABA that also support Bleach "Cures":
Who are the Bleach Cult?
Who leads it? Why?
Genesis ll Church Founder
Jim Humble is the founder of the Genesis ll Church in Florida. He fled to Mexico.
We call her the "Bleach Cult Queen"
Kerri Rivera has been targeting Amanda Seigler, Melissa Eaton, and Emma Dalmayne for the past 5-6 years. She started targeting Lindsay Mohler last year. Kerri started selling MMS for antivaccine parents, purporting the idea that autism is a "disease." Fact: Autism is not a disease. Kerri claims she has a "degree" in homeopathy, but she got her certificate from a fake source. She fled to Germany.
Genesis ll Church Leader 2020
The Grenon family has been charged this year, thanks to a federal court injunction, and the FDA helped work with us on banning MMS. He regularly pushes unprofessional boundaries to law enforcecement and his next court date is on May 11, 2020.
He's not a doctor. No one with common sense is fooled.
Andrew Wakefield lost his license to practice in 2010 after his study was retracted by The Lancet in 2010.
"The General Medical Council (GMC) also found Wakefield guilty of “flouting ethics protocols” and claimed he “abused his position, subjected children to intrusive procedures such as lumbar puncture and colonoscopy that were not clinically indicated, carried out research that breached the conditions of ethics committee approval, and brought the medical profession into disrepute.”
Source: link here
She falsely claims her son is autistic.
By this point, if you're not familiar with this actress, Jenny has not been pleasing in either her acting career or her role as the co-founder of Generation Rescue. In 2018, she worked with J.B. Handley to sell his book, title: "How to End the Autism Epidemic". Fact: Autism is not an epidemic or disease.
Jenny's co-founder was Jim Carrey. They both led the Green Our Vaccines movement. Jim Carrey is no longer affiliated with Jenny McCarthy.
An Economics businessman who calls himself an "Autism Expert"
J.B. Handley has a degree in economics and calls himself an "Autism Expert. He started selling his book, title: "How to End the Autism Epidemic" in 2018, and attempted to have success with it, but autistic activists successfully got it removed off of Amazon and other sites for sale between 2018 and 2019.
He currently works with Jenny McCarthy at Generation Rescue. Their site will tell you that it's down, but they are still currently working on their harmful work behind the scenes.
Amanda Seigler's Articles About The Bleach Cult
The Squeaky Clean Is Right Behind You
What is MMS?
Information About the Banned Product: Miracle Mineral Solution in this link.
What is Chelation Therapy?
Information about Chelation Therapy is in this link.
More will be added later on
This section is contuing to be edited.