Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Stupendous Result #3

January 10. 2003

Dear Doctor Batmanghelidj,

Another friend this morning told me she just finished reading her copy of your wonderful book Your Body's Many Cries for Water , and shared the information with her young son who has bipolar and depression. He is drinking his water and also using light therapy and is no longer on any medication and feels wonderful. My daughter used to get legs cramps at night while sleeping but for the last three or four weeks has not ad any cramping. I am feeling wonderful. No more wheezing and I sleep really well especially after I put a little salt on my tongue just before I fall asleep.

Sandra. Z.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

New paradigm in health care research.

The new paradigm permits an incorporation of the "fourth dimension of time" into scientific research. it will facilitate an understanding of the damaging effect of an establishing dehydration that persists and continues to increase during any duration of time. It will make it possible to forecast the physiological events that will lead to disease states in later years, including what at present appear as genetic disorders. It will transform the present "shot-in-the-dark, symptom-treating" approach to the practice of medicine into a scientifically accurate medical art ; it will make preventive forecasting possible. it will establish excellent health and reduce health care costs to individuals and to any society that fosters its spread.

However, since water shortage in different areas of the body will manifest varying symptoms, signals, and complications now labeled as diseases, people think water could not be offered as a natural solution. Water cures so many diseases? Skeptics say, No way !!

Speaking thus, they shut their minds to the new possibility of preventing and possibly even curing so many different "disease", actually dis-ease of dehydrated cells, that are produced by dehydration. It does not occur to them that the only remedy for conditions that come about when the body begins to get dehydrated is water and nothing else. A number of simple testimonials are shared in this blog to open the eyes and minds of skeptics to the fact that the greatest health discovery of all time is that water is a natural medication for a variety of health conditions.

Initially Silent Compensation Mechanisms

Associated With Dehydration

When the human body becomes dehydrated, the physiological processes that establish are the same ones that occurs when coping with stress. Dehydration equals stress, and once stress establishes, there is an associated mobilization of primary materials from the body stores. This process "mop up" some of the water reserves of the body. Consequently, dehydration causes stress, and stress causes further dehydration.

In stress, several hormonal overrides become operative. The body assumes a crisis situation and begins to mobilize for a fight-or-flight response. The body does not seem to recognize the social transformation of humans. It assesses all situations of stress as though a fight-or-flight stance has to be maintained, even with stresses associated work in an office. Several strong hormones are secreted and remain "triggered" until the body gets out of its stressful situation. These hormones are mainly endorphins, cortisone release factor, prolactin, vasopressin, and renin-angiotensin.


I want to write and tell you of my health improvements since following your water treatment. For the last 10 years I have suffered with chronic heartburn. I have been to many doctors, had numerous tests, even had my gallbladder removed and been prescribed several medications with no relief. I also have had a lifelong problem with depression, have tried many types of therapy and mind-altering drugs, and have been hospitalized. I have been seeing a homeopath, and he has helped me with several situations. he sent me a copy of your article in The Last Chance Health Report Vol. 3#5, and suggested I also purchase your book "Your Body's Many Cries for Water". He said he felt this would greatly help me. At that time, I had just been in the hospital having more tests, and was beginning a program of several strong medications. Some of which had dangerous potential side effects.

On August 24, 1993, I began drinking lots of water, 12 glasses on average and noticed dramatic improvement almost immediately. The heartburn was still occurring at the same rate, but I drank water and found it took 7 minutes for the heartburn to abate. I was dubious, to say the least, but decided not to take any medication and see what happened. After a week or so, I noticed I had not been depressed either. This to me was amazing, considering all the advice I had been given in psychological counseling. A few days later, I realized I had not been having headaches as I usually did. I would have a slight headache on a daily basis. I've also noticed my skin is a lot clearer, I have more energy and overall I just feel better,

I have spent untold amounts of money, time away from work ( I had used all my vacation time being sick) and energy dealing with medical doctors and hospitals, and receiving minimal relief. I am also in a few very stressful situations, but am able to cope. And I am taking no medication for heartburn or antidepressants. The episodes of heartburn are fewer now as well. The only change I've made is to drink lots of water. i have not yet begun the rest of your regime, orange juice, etc., but intend to do so.

I feel like a different person, more in control of my life. It's now been two months and my skepticism is no longer there. I believe in your treatment:water drinking. And want to thank you for it. I am now telling friends and co-workers to at least try it and have had good reports from them also.
September 13, 1993, I had a follow-up appointment with my gastroenterologist, I told her I was feeling a lot better and gave her a copy of your article to read, she was nonplussed.

I am and have been very angry with the medical profession. Doctors for the most part do not even ask about your water intake or diet. Their methods ensure you a return appointment with lingering ailments and no education n being able to take care of yourself. Your treatment-water drinking is simple, inexpensive, and it works! It is also a threat to medical doctors as they will see less of you and make less money. What I have been through is outrageous and insulting to my intelligence.

Thank you so much for enlightening me on how I can feel better without all the frustration, pain, and side effects I've experience.


Is Your Bottled Water "Tap Water" in Disguise?

Did you know... A recent survey of 173 bottled water companies revealed that only THREE of them inform their customers where the water actually comes from?

The report goes on to say that many commercial water companies (32%) reveal NO INFORMATION on how the water they are selling is treated.

What's more shocking...

There are more regulations for tap water than even the most EXPENSIVE bottled water (the EPA requires water utilities to publish water quality tests… but there are no requirements for bottled water companies to test anything at all).

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Sue August 29, 2011

Hello and thank you for this most informative message on water.

I would like to know how to use black mica to better my drinking water (currently living in a small town). Once I move back in the country side, how much do I need if I have a well?
Can I buy this extract in larger quantities or is it only available as the gift you are now offering?

I am also looking for good immune boosting products, as after removing cancer from my body 6 years ago at 38, I lack the energy I once had ( I’ve also developed stronger allergies, I am sure, as a result) and must take a small dose of hormones for my thyroid.

I greatly appreciate your assistance, as well as all the information you provide!

Sue Bencsics

Henry August 29, 2011

Can a organ transplant patient use this product ? Can it be used in a salt water reef tank ? THANKS ?

Gary August 29, 2011

How does Black Mica compare to Fulvic Ionic Minerials, which you previously recommended and I began taking.. What additional minerals/benefits does Black Mica have, that I’m not receiving from my Organic Fulvic Ionic Minerials??

Gary August 29, 2011

Am I better off not spending my money on a home water filter and just buy the Black Mica and add it to a container of my tap water??
Or filter the water then add the black mica, or buy bottled or distilled water and add the black mica to it.

Lucien Gauthier August 30, 2011

Black Mica is different than ionic minerals although similar. Ionic Minerals can be taken straight, in a smoothie, or in various ways. The Fulvic acid is a great delivery system and helps to move waste out of cells and nutrition into them which is why they are used quite a bit in the ‘cacao smoothie’ type beverages.

Black Mica is specifically for water you would never drink it straight. You can use about a teaspoon or even less per 5 gallons of water. I bought the big bottle last year and I am still only half way through it. It separates halogens out of the water so that they literally gas right out (like chlorine) and restructure the minerals in the water It is probably first and foremost a purification and then a great secondary function is the mineral restructure bring different minerals together.

I highly recommend listening to the interview very carefully Matt has an amazing grasp of that the black mica does in nature and through this product.

Joe August 30, 2011

Hello and thanks for the great interview. Someone asked a more practical question which I have. What kind of water should we use, regular tap , bottled etc. ?? Also is this product claiming to purify or nuetralize lead, trace prescription drugs from tap???
Thank you for taking time to answer these questions.

Lucien Gauthier August 30, 2011

David Wolfe always recommends fresh spring water. You can visit and that is an amazing resource for finding springs in your area.

Next best is glass bottled spring water from a company or at least BPA free plastic container.

Below that we really do not like to recommend any form of tap or plastic bottled water but if you have no other choice then you want to use the black mica. If you get natural spring water save your black mica for a rainy day :)

We cant make any claims about removing prescription drugs because the FDA will shut us down faster then you can say “chemo therapy urine in my tap water”

Monday, August 29, 2011

The hospitals only realized two days later that the donor was an HIV-carrier.

"We will get to the bottom of what caused the flawed transplants,"

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In A Dehydrated State,

the human body begins to initially inhibit some functions and eventually dismantle its structures and components. As an example, consider the two forms of diabetes.

In type II diabetes, insulin production and release is inhibited.

In type I diabetes the insulin-producing beta-cells are destroyed from inside.

Both forms of diabetes are the direct consequence of unintentional dehydration -- better still, medical ignorance about the importance of water to health and well-being. The human body has no alternative but to deal strictly and economically with problems of dehydration. Thus, there is a metabolic component to dehydration that we must understand in order to reverse a disease process. The word dehydration, not referring to water shortage only ; I am also speaking of the shortage of raw materials that culminates in a disease state.

Friday, August 26, 2011



1. One, to form hydroelectric energy for message transmission.

2.Two, because the transport systems across the cell membranes of the brain depend on adequate water. The membrane barriers need to be more "fluid" so that transport of materials from blood to brain could take place more easily.

3.Three, because the energy fro hydroelectricity is also needed for all transport systems in the "water channels" within the nerves that connect the brain to different parts of the body.

These are the three main reasons why the brain tissue is 85 percent water, and is almost always thirsty. If you confuse this brain thirst for hunger just because the sensations are similar, you will create a physiological state conducive to premature aging, disease, decay, and early death.
Obesity, depression, and cancer are three of the labels we in medicine have created to describe the killer process of persistent unintentional dehydration in the human body.

It is never too late or too early to revise and be wise again for the rest of our journey.......

Use Water-cure. Rather be thankful for the timely warning, and do something about it.

Drink at least 10% of your own daily water-quota (31.42 ml multiply by your present body weight(kg), every 90 minutes. Use 1/4 teaspoon of sea-salt in your daily diet, for every 1250 ml water drank.

Pain is a sign/signal produced by dehydration in the human body. Pain may be common but it is not normal.

To simplify complications is the FIRST essential of success.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Water Shortage cause Cancer.

The information on dehydration and cancer underwent serendipitous independent testing.

Let us now see why water is a preventive medication against cancer.

There is a direct relationship between dehydration -- what I perceive as lasting deep dehydration in the interior of the cells, not the traditionally understood dehydration from the environment around the body cells -- and nearly 100 major and minor health problems in the human body. You've already read that obesity and depression are complications of dehydration. Cancer is also the outcome of water shortage. Just drink 250 ml of plain water every 90 minute, for average adult body weight, in order to prevent dehydration to occur. When you feel thirsty, your body is a;ready 2% dehydrated, you know ?
To pique your interest and to show that the WaterCure works for canc er patients, let me share with you an e-mail from Patrick M, on how his prostate biopsy was cancer-free when his PSA was high.

"I want to thank you - I just got the biopsy result from the biopsy done on my prostate and they showed" absolutely no sign of cancer." My doctor had warned me that my PSA (prostate blood test) was very high and the "free factor" very low -- an indication I had cancer. I had been on the WaterCure program and so was disappointed. I know now that the program is valid and thank you for your support. I will get even more serious and never give up drinking 100 oz a day.
Regards ,

Su Ling has spoken !!!!!

How a filial daddy's girl spoke up for daddy(Tan Kin Lian) during 2011 Singapore Presidential Election Public Rally at Yio Chu Kang Stadium.

How a man try his best to communicate to his fellow country men using the national language, Malay.

2.2Tan Kin Lian Presidential Election Candidate 2011 - National Day Message in other languages: This man lives courage and positive attitude, is obvious. Care enough to try a language which is alien to your 'comfort-control' zone.


2.3 Tamil:

Presidential Hopeful Tan Kin Lian 's (English)speech to Singaporeans in conjunction of 46th Singapore National Day . 9th August 2011.

Delivering the National Day Message on Monday, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said while addressing pressing concerns at home, Singaporeans must remain attentive to global trends and take a longer term view of the future.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Your Body Holds 7 Wonders

The 7 Wonders Of The World?

Junior high school students in Chicago were studying the Seven Wonders of the World.

At the end of the lesson, the students were asked to list what they considered to be the Seven Wonders of the World.

Though there was some disagreement, the following received the most votes:

1. Egypt's Great Pyramids

2. The Taj Mahal in India

3. The Grand Canyon in Arizona

4. The Panama Canal

5. The Empire State Building

6. St. Peter's Basilica

7. China's Great Wall

While gathering the votes, the teacher noted that one student, a quiet girl, hadn't turned in her paper yet. So she asked the girl if she was having trouble with her list. The quiet girl replied, "Yes, a little. I couldn't quite make up my mind because there were so many." The teacher said, "Well, tell us what you have, and maybe we can help."

The girl hesitated, then read, "I think the Seven Wonders of the World are:

1. to touch...

2. to taste...

3. to see...

4. to hear... (She hesitated a little, and then added...)

5. to feel...

6. to laugh...

7. and to love.

The room was so quiet, you could have heard a pin drop.

May this story serve as a gentle reminder to all of us that the things we overlook as simple and ordinary are often the most wonderful - and we don't have to travel anywhere special to experience them.

Enjoy your gifts!

Vaccine Ingredients And Cell Death

Dear Friends,

Did you know that some ingredients used in vaccines (Tween 80 and Triton X-100) are also used in pesticides? More on that in a moment...

Tween 80, Triton X-100, and Nonoxynol 9 are known as 'surfactants', 'emulsifiers', or 'wetting-agents'. Surfactants are used in soaps, ice cream, and other commercial products. These 'innocent' uses are used to persuade parents not to investigate vaccine ingredients more deeply.

However, scientific papers have shown these chemicals to contribute to cancer, cell death, damaging the gut, disrupting the blood brain barrier, and facilitating bacterial and viral infections.

Now, as I mentioned above, these chemicals are used in pesticides as well. Very soon will be releasing information showing that these chemicals have been used in agriculture for a very long time.

Is this, perhaps, one reason why we were recently cyber attacked? I can't say - but I can tell you that parents are becoming increasingly skeptical about vaccines in record numbers.

Visit this link now to discover what vaccines are likely doing to our children...


Jeffry John Aufderheide

P.S. I'll be sending out an e-mail to notify you when the information is available - stay tuned!

Monday, August 22, 2011

Wednesday Public Rally 24th August, 7:30PM - 9:30PM

Venue/Place of Rally : Yio Chu Kang Stadium

Reach out to all Singaporeans

by Tan Kin Lian on Friday, July 8, 2011 at 8:39am

I am standing for election as President to be of service to the people of Singapore.

I wish to reach out to all Singaporeans, regardless of the party that they supported in the general election. I wish to connect with Chinese, Malays, Indians, Eurasians and other ethnic groups as well as the new citizens, and to the older and the younger generations.

I am standing to offer voters a choice to vote for a President who can:

Be a voice of the people
Be independent of the PAP Government
Safeguard your CPF savings and the national reserves.

I will bring to the office of the President, my personal values of honesty, fairness, positive attitude, courage and public service. I will be guided by these values in the decisions that I have to take, with the primary aim of giving a better life for all Singaporeans.

I am standing for election as a public service. If elected, I will donate at least 50% of the President's salary to charity and other worthy causes.

Regardless of the party that you voted in the general election, I wish to ask you for support - if you like my values and feel that I can help to give a better future for you and your children.

Thank you.

Tan Kin Lian



Note: As you can see, K.M. exhibited all the perceptive manifestations of dehydration that I identified at the beginning of this blog. Once she corrected her daily intake of water to avoid dehydration, all those symptoms disappeared too.

I read your interview with Dr. Batmanghelidj a couple of weeks ago and it made a profound impression on me. I gave up beverages containing caffeine. Although I have only been on this program for a couple of weeks, I feel like a new person !

I wanted to tell you about some results that I got, because the ones that impressed me the most and for which I am most thankful, are not physical results, per se; they are emotionally/psychological & mental.

I did get some very good physical results, I lost weight, my allergy symptoms disappeared, and I enjoyed a tremendous upsurge in energy -- but I was much more grateful for ( and amazed by ) a release from a lifelong battle with depression, and other emotional and psychological problems. I had gotten to the point where my nerves were just shot. I was sensitive and overreacted to everything. The slightest setback became a major setback. I couldn't cope with the pressures of even ordinary everyday living, much less more stressful situations. I developed a very shirt fuse, I would get irritated and angry at the slightest provocation, and then I would get depressed and hated myself, and really just want to die. I was ruining my closest relationships, and I contemplated suicide many times. I began to believe that I might have a mental illness. I saw many different psychiatrists and social workers, but my experiences never really changed. I was progressively more volatile with drastic mood swings, and I lived under s a big dark cloud. But then, when I began to follow Dr. Batmanghelidj's guidelines,about drinking water daily to prevent dehydration, I felt the big dark cloud lift. It was as if the sun finally came out. I felt calmer and more peaceful, more centered and grounded, and just plain happier.

My nerves no longer jumped out of control at every little thing and I began to feel a profound sense of joy and relief. I no longer felt so much like something was drastically wrong with me, I began to be able to hold my head up and face the world, instead of tending toward a sort of paranoid agoraphobia.

I don't know whether other people with similar problems might get the same relief, but as you say, when you've tried everything else and it's failed, it can't hrt to try something like this, drink water. I know many people who don't even drink one glass of watein a day. I can't imagine anyone who wouldn't benefit from increasing his or her intake of water.

Thank you so much for publishing that fascinating interview. It made more sense than anything else I have ever read on health ( and I've read a lot ), and it had helped me more than anything else I have ever tried ( and I've tried a lot ! ).

Also, a glass of water if free -- my last psychiatrist was US$65.00 for 45 minutes ! !

Thank you again,
Sincerely yours, K.M., Syracuse, New York

Friday, August 19, 2011 (political commentaries on singapore)

Political Commentary ( )
Challenging the Out-of-Bounds Markers for an Elected President

Seventeen years ago, the then Prime Minister of Singapore, Mr Goh Chok Tong, sternly warned government critics about what they could and could not criticize, using the golfing term ‘out-of-bounds markers’ which has since then become part of the political lexicon.

But in the General Election of 2011 (GE 2011), a newly emboldened, energized and subsequently triumphant electorate went all the way of criticism, sparing no personage in the People’s Action Party (PAP) leadership, no matter how long feared, nor any PAP policy, no matter how well established. Thus they removed, in one fell stroke, all the hated markers, clearing the way for even the most outspoken critic in the future.

Now, just some months later, they clearly want to do the same for the President of Singapore. For he too is hampered by out-of-bounds markers, the special constraints imposed on him by the constitution which forbids him to say or do anything that might be construed as disapproval of government policy. By challenging these markers and removing them, they want him to be an independent voice of the people, that dares raise itself, whenever necessary, on their behalf. Judging by their fervid, boundless activity in the Internet in the run-up to the presidential election, it is clear that they want to continue to use the same powerful instrument to achieve their purpose. If they succeed, they will in effect change forever the role of the Elected President (EP) and secure another people’s victory this year, surely one of the most remarkable years in Singapore’s electoral history.

But this time, the challenge is very much complicated by a powerful counter-challenge by the government, in the form of that most sacrosanct instrument of the social compact—the constitution. The constitution clearly spells out the role of the EP in its nature and scope: it is custodial, not executive; it is in harmony with, not against, the decisions of the government; in tone, it is dignified, in bearing stately, not cantankerous and demeaning of its high office. To refute the claims and promises of independence made by certain presidential hopefuls, PAP ministers have painstakingly drawn attention to these strictures in the constitution.

But the vociferous anti-PAP camp, still flush with the success of GE 2011, has little patience for the legalisms and punctilio of a constitution, as can be seen in the vigorous, unbridled exchanges among netizens bent on bringing out into the open allegedly past misdeeds of those hopefuls who are perceived to be favoured by the government. The prevailing attitude seems to be that since the constitution was created more than 20 years ago by a self-serving government that provided it with enough ambiguities to allow for an interpretation that will always suit their purpose, it is no longer relevant. Indeed, it contradicts the new spirit of openness, transparency and expanded powers for the people, ushered in by the watershed GE 2011, that a humbled PAP leadership has actually acknowledged and promised to promote.

Ironically, in the midst of the government’s deliberately conspicuous efforts to establish a more amicable relationship with the people (which some observers consider as needlessly effusive and overdone, detracting from the image of strong, confident leadership ), the estrangement persists in its most exacerbated form in the current EP controversy.

In addition to the unbridgeable gap between the diametrically opposed perceptions of a purely custodial role, on the one hand, and an actively adversarial one on the other, there are the following equally irreconcilable divergencies: where the government insists that the EP has veto power in only the five areas specified by the constitution, which include the protection of past reserves and the appointment of key personnel, the critics clearly want the EP to have a say in a whole array of other issues, especially those that had been their greatest concerns in GE 2011, namely, the ministerial salaries, the employment of foreign workers and unaffordable housing—and, presumably, any issue which affects the lives of Singaporeans. Where the government emphasizes dignity, gravitas and acumen as the most important qualities for the EP, the people want to see fearlessness, courage and readiness to stand up to a powerful government. Where the government wants the presidential voice, if it needs to be critical, to be so only in quiet, private consultation with the Prime Minister, the people will be satisfied with no less than open and public accounting.

In short, the differences are so vast that beyond the vague general agreement that the president must uphold the integrity of the highest office in the land, there is no common meeting ground. Every discussion on the EP is hence an impasse from the start.

Indeed, so intense is the clamouring of the people for change, so adamant is the government about preserving intact the constitutionality of the presidential role and so riddled with anomalies is the constitution itself when subjected to tests of real-life applications (as was evident in a recent forum where the Law Minister bravely answered questions put to him by academics and political analysts) that the rancour is likely to continue well beyond the election on 27 August, regardless of who gets elected.

The new president, no matter how he chooses to play out his role, will be in the unenviable position of being continually scrutinized and criticized in the light of his previous formal association, or absence of it, with the PAP. If he had been a former stalwart in the PAP administration, and had been publicly favoured by the government, he will be seen as just one more in a line of perfectly acquiescent, cosily harmonious presidents, exactly as the PAP had always intended and desired. If he had been formerly a member of the PAP but had pointedly distanced himself from it, whatever efforts he makes at asserting his independence will be overshadowed by the past links, or even seen as the sheer futility of trying to shake off an unshakeable, deeply entrenched PAP mentality. If he had never been a PAP member, the expectations of him will be so unrealistically high that whatever evidence of independence he displays will elicit disappointment as being not enough. And since the presidential salary is tied to ministerial salaries, any angry response to the outcome of the review currently being undertaken, will not spare him.

In the new political climate after GE 2011, the greatest loser might just be the EP, because he will have to bear the brunt of the anomalies, confusions and conflicts of a society that has been suddenly and unexpectedly thrust into the flux of transition. He will be stuck in an impossible situation, for the out-of-bounds markers set out in the constitution will strait-jacket him, making a mockery of his popular mandate and the will of the people who had directly elected him. He has continually to maintain the difficult balance between the need, on the one hand, to present the magisterial bearing and calm composure and detachment expected of a president, and, on the other, to project an image of empathy and affinity with the man-in-the-street, all the time aware that he is being watched and judged, and that the savage criticisms and relentless exposure of his private life, that he had endured during the run-up to the election, will by no means end with the high office he now holds. Rightly or wrongly, he will be linked with a government that has fallen so far in the people’s regard that close association with them is seen as something of a taint. With the traditional protective mantle of his office stripped away, he will be at the mercy of netizens who themselves enjoy the protective anonymity of the Internet.

The experience of the presidential election of 2011 could well be the most bruising, divisive and ugliest election in Singapore’s history. It may be necessary when a system ends up with nobody being a winner, and everybody having a bad taste in the mouth, to take another look at it, and subject it to an honest review.

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August 14th, 2011 — 16 Comments

16 comments below

August 14th, 2011 at 10:34 pm

Frankly speaking, if the people is united, the people could shift the centre of power from the parliament to the presidency!

The only question is are we united?

The above is hypothetical, so isd don’t arrest me, please!
(note:isd =Singapore Internal Security Department)

Ngiam Shih Kheng
August 15th, 2011 at 2:18 am

as a respected novelist, I feel you would made a great President….

the truth is under the current EP system, neither of our 1st 4 president would have been elected and neither would you.

They have turn this into a farce…

the only true Check and Balance is the elected opposition member of Parliament.

Alex Au
August 15th, 2011 at 3:15 am

You wrote: “He will be stuck in an impossible situation, for the out-of-bounds markers set out in the constitution will strait-jacket him”

Actually, the nature of out-of-bounds markers is the opposite of being set out in the constitution. What Shanmugam and company would want Singaporeans to believe is that these constraints are firm and explicit, when in fact they are tacit and ultimately grounded on unwritten British convention.

But is it so obvious that British constitutional convention must apply here without question? There is a fundamental difference between the UK and Singapore. Over there, there is a hereditary monarch. Here, the president is elected — the purpose of which is to give him a personal, democratic mandate.

If in an election campaign, he proposes to do something and the people knowingly vote in him, can it be incontestibly argued that he cannot do it (so long as it is not expressly disallowed by a clause in the constitution)? Can’t the opposite be argued? That the people want him to do it, and has given him the necessary mandate? In a democracy, the people are sovereign.

Thus, the first struggle is to contest these out-of-bounds markers as Singapore develops its own constitutional conventions. Ultimately what becomes of the office is what the people of Singapore will want of it.

August 15th, 2011 at 12:16 pm

I wish I could express myself as well and you and Alex. As far as I am concern, the ultimate authority are the voters and not the straight jacketed interpretations from certain self-serving quarters.

August 15th, 2011 at 12:56 pm

But why do we need this “farce” to start with? Why do we spend so much money on an election to put a figurehead into the “highest” office in the state? Given the limited sphere that the EP can operate, it really doesn’t matter to me who gets elected. i’m not an apathy citizen, just a normal man on the street which doesn’t understand the reason for having this election.

August 15th, 2011 at 2:12 pm

/// Seventeen years ago, the then Prime Minister of Singapore, Mr Goh Chok Tong, sternly warned government critics about what they could and could not criticize, using the golfing term ‘out-of-bounds markers’ which has since then become part of the political lexicon. ///

Catherine, I think George Yeo used the term OB markets even earlier in 1991. In golf, OB markers are clearly shown by stakes driven into the areas of the golf course, beyond which playing is not allowed and will be penalized. However, for the Singapore political scene (or minefield), the OB markers are invisible. All we could surmise then was that race, language and religion are some of the forbidden areas. The rest are not spelled out. If we do not know where the OB markers are, how are we expected to avoid them?

Which was why 17 years ago in 1994, you were taken to task by Goh Chok Tong for playing beyond the OB markers because of the article “The PAP and the people – A Great Affective Divide” that you wrote. As you can see, what you wrote hardly touched on race, language or religion, yet you were penalized for transgressing the invisible OB markers.

At least with the EP now, they are trying to plant some clearly visible OB markers. This is certainly an improvement over the previous invisible ones. However, I suspect they will keep the rest of the OB markers invisible to give them maximum flexibility in deciding where and who has gone out of bound.

To President Nathan, Shanmugan and Tony Tan, that which is not specifically spelled out is forbidden, whilst to Tan Cheng Bock, Tan Kin Lian and Tan Jee Say, that which is not specifically forbidden is allowed.

Max Chew
August 15th, 2011 at 4:32 pm

Simply brilliant and coincides with most of my sentiments…..

Every voter for the EP polling day should read It prior to casting his vote.

Viva la Cathy Lim!

Lee Kee Seng
August 15th, 2011 at 8:48 pm

As we so clearly seen in the last general elections, Singaporeans desire a multi-party parliament. This is a correct desire because single-party rule had always led to single-person rule and finally to very messy uprisings. In a multi-party system, there are bound to be more conflicts. In order to settle these conflicts and for the government to function despite these conflicts, Singapore will need some strong institutions. I feel that the elected president can play a role in this regard. The other hope is to have a truly independent judiciary. My guess is that we need both.


August 17th, 2011 at 6:01 pm

Catherine is jumping the gun; Singaporeans are a charitable lot. When it suits them. Of course, that depends on who actually gets into the hot seat.

@Alex: The President cannot do anything except with the advice of Cabinet, save for areas in which he can act in his discretion in art 22P. We’ve had a case illustrate that recently, which you would very well know of: Yong Vui Kong v PP.

August 18th, 2011 at 9:45 am

I’m not sure how many people realize that their elected MP’s might also be effectively muzzled when it comes to voting in parliament. I refer to: scroll down to Parliament Whip and you will see

“Often regarded as the disciplinarians controlling MPs in their respective parties, the Whips ensure that there are always sufficient party members in the Chamber to support the party’s position and that MPs vote according to the party’s line. Occasionally, he may “lift the whip” and allow MPs to vote according to their conscience.”

Several points:

Am I reading this matter correctly? ie that MP’s have to vote party line unless the whip is raised

Exactly how many times has the whip been raised over the last 46 years vs how many times has it NOT been raised?. These statistic is most revealing because it tells you exactly how much voice your elected (PAP)MP actually has.

Exactly what would happen if a PAP MP refused to vote party line?

Exactly who is it that formulates ‘party line’?

If my interpretation of the above is wrong, I really would like to know. But if I’m reading this right then I wonder

1 why this crucial matter was not picked up during all the pre-GE2011 furor.

2 if someone netizen would like to pick this up and run with it?

K C ong
August 19th, 2011 at 8:07 am

The only groundswell are the netizens who have found a voice in cyberspace. There is still a government in power voted in by the “people”. Yes there is disgruntlement, but the simple majority of the “people” still voted in the government. The silent majority appears to wield some power though not in the noisy, and sometimes ill-disciplined internet conversations. Do you also listen to them who do not speak out/ can’t speak out but still support the government (i.e PAP)? What are their fears of the noisy oppositional crowd?

Woo Lan Peng
August 19th, 2011 at 9:40 am

Yes the constitution today might have boundaries for the EP & the EP will have to perform to the best of his abilities to keep to his pre-election promises.

However, the votes for the EP, can be an important “predictor” of the shape & form of the future constitution. The votes, not only determine who the EP or winner is, it will signal the “loyalties” Singaporeans have for the PAP party & the PAP majority parliament.

Let’s say Tony Tan is elected, which might not be so much of a surprise but garnered a low margin of win, say less than 60% (the same as the GE results) or even in the 30% range. What happens? Do we think that the incumbent government will sleep well for the next 4-5 years? If this EP election is a predictor of the voices of the people, the next GE might bring in more opposition & the re-writing of the constitution can be a possibility.

Of course, if the impossible becomes possible i.e a non PAP government endorsed candidate wins, the incumbent government will have many sleepless nights & the nightmare journey of huge & fast future losses will be guaranteed.

So while the role of the EP today is limited or even ceremonial, it can transform the landscape for the future of Singapore. That is the real, much understated power of this EP election.

August 19th, 2011 at 10:01 am

Looks like PAP help the next President paint himself into the corner.

Nevertheless, what is written in the Constitution can also be changed if necessary.

If only the PAP leaders had not got so greedy and stopped listening to the people, they would still have the moral authority to govern.

Gong Lan
August 19th, 2011 at 11:36 am

Catherine, you forgot one thing,and this is the psychoanalytical basis of the evolution of the Presidency from one of purely ceremonial to one having Ceremonial-Custodial-Supervisory functions. This is because in the 1980s, it was the Grand Old Man himself who envisaged this grand vision of retiring in the Istana as some sort of President Emeritus, the Boss Behind the Curtain, a Capo de Capo, who still can apply the brakes or leverage against Parliament, drawing his legitimacy from the fact (or hope) that he was voted in by the people directly. After the 7 May GE in which there is such a violent electoral backlash, this is no longer possible. The people can no longer be trusted. If The Grand Old Man stands as a presidential candidate now, he runs the very real risk of being mauled by protest voters and lose face irretrievably. So he does not dare put himself forward now. What then becomes of the Presidency? Now, the evolved newer and better ”Version 2” Presidency with vastly increased powers then becomes a sort of Frankenstein (or should that be ”PAPenstein”) Monster, which is, even as we speak, rampaging through the cityscape of Singapore, making all manner of unpredictable and frankly out-of-control statements and confusing the people. The presidency is the mutant that escaped from the mad scientist’s lab. What untold damage and confusion such a mutant will wrought on our political landscape boggles the mind. All bets are off now. I can only humbly agree that the disconnect between the expectations of the people (fired by all the speechifying done by the Tan, Tan, Tan & Tan) and the legal stipulations in the Constitution will be so wide as to cause even more chasm and and schism between the state and the people it purports to govern. This huge fault must be laid at the door of the Mad Scientist himself. Yet another anomaly is raising its ugly dead: the dreaded RACE issue itself. There are mutterings in the street that all four candidates are Chinese (and all Tan’s, to boot!). Where are the minority candidates? If this goes on, won’t every subsequent Presidential Election be Chinese dominated? Hitherto, the Istana operated on a sort of racial rotation system. This is has completely broken down. The Presidential Election Commission cannot produce minority candidates by fiat, nor can it disqualify any Chinese candidate if he fulfils the requirements to run. Shit. We are in trouble.

August 19th, 2011 at 1:34 pm


August 19th, 2011 at 3:58 pm

The Gate Keeper, arr…yes of course and again, Catherine as usual a well and thought proking writing and article therein that warrants the comments from various interesting ‘bloggers’ who having their own views have forgotten to say the least,”thank U” for the pleasure of reading as well as enchance their brains into ticking afterall, when does Singapore or for that matter, Singaporeans start thinking to fight for their basic of ‘rights’ abeilt the fact that we have neither the Constitution of USA either of First or even the Forth amendments to start with so, here goes ‘nothing’ on additional commenting save the fact Ms Catherine, i have always enjoy and shall continue to enjoy with great pleasure your penmanship…only a handful indeed very few handful could master writing like yours…

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Singapore presidential hopeful Tan Kin Lian

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Tan Kin Lian :Singapore Elect President hopeful
The role and the key duties of the President are spelled out clearly in the constitution. There are various ways in which the President can carry out the duties and I will seek the way that will be best for the country and the people. My views are expressed in this statement:

Statement by Tan Kin Lian – role of the Elected President
1. Recently, some present and previous senior members of government sought to clarify the role of the Elected President as defined in the Constitution of Singapore.
I welcome these clarifications and in principle agree with and respect the prerogative and responsibility of the Government to govern. I accept that the President's office is NOT a separate political centre and does not have any executive power. My own published statements as well as those in my blog have made the very same points.
The gist of the comments has been that the Elected President has only "custodial powers" and not "executive powers". I agree with these comment and in doing so, I would like to point out that we should not suggest that these custodial powers are unimportant or ineffectual. By definition, custodial responsibility entails the provision of protective supervision and guardianship. The Elected President does not govern but is responsible for ensuring that the defined areas under his "custody" are properly and satisfactorily governed. Much can be achieved in a climate of co-operation and mutual respect. This will inevitably lead to national harmony and progress.
I believe that one does not need to be armed with strong executive powers to make an impact. A well qualified and properly elected President will make his impact through the power to persuade, to influence, to counsel, to convey feedback and if necessary, to articulate informed positions on specific issues.
The founding fathers of the Elected President's office would have wanted it to perform more than ceremonial duties. To quote Law Minister Mr K Shanmugan, "the President's veto powers are an important check against a profligate government squandering the nation's reserves, or undermining the integrity of the public service". These powers and responsibilities cannot operate in a vacuum and the Elected President should be given all needed support by the Government and the Civil Service to discharge these.
If I were elected as the President, I like to be able to work in full co-operation with the Government within the roles defined in the Constitution of Singapore. I will not have any political affiliation and will be guided by my five values of Honesty, Fairness, Positive Approach, Courage and Public Service. I will at all times also be guided by the views of the people, which I will actively seek.
It is my hope that in his desire to ensure enlightened transformation, the Prime Minister and his Government will respect, support and facilitate a credible role for the Elected President, for the overall good of the People of Singapore,

2. Reply: I can only suppose that the words "measured and considered" expressed by DPM Teo suggest that that the campaign should be carried out in a dignified manner. I agree with that view.

I also agree that the President should be a unifying factor for all Singaporeans. This statement was first made by Dr. Tan Cheng Bock and I am happy to share the same sentiment.
I believe that Singaporeans can be unified by sharing similar values. I want to encourage them to embrace the values of values of honesty, fairness, positive attitude, courage and public service. Many people have told me that they like these values and are happy to support them.

My actions will be guided by these values. For example, I want to be honest and positive in expressing the concerns expressed by many Singaporeans about safeguarding their CPF savings and the reserves of Singapore. I want to help to address their concerns can be addressed in a constructive way. One way is for the President's Office to issue an annual report that the citizens can understand. This will help in the communication and educating the citizens.

I also shared my views about public service - to address the concerns expressed by many Singaporeans about the high salaries earned by the top leaders, including the President. I want them to know that I am not contesting this office for the high remuneration and will be willing to donate a significant part of the President's salary towards charity, if I am elected. (I hope that my personal views on this issue does not cause any discomfort to other government leaders - as I recognise that they have financial needs and priorities that are different from me).

I respect and support the timely action taken by the Prime Minister to set up a review committee to review the salaries of the top leaders and hope that it will, to a large degree, address this concern of the people. I will do my best to get the people to understand and accept the positive actions that are being taken now.

I believe that the people of Singapore will feel engaged, committed and proud to be Singaporeans, if they feel that they have a voice and that it is being heard. I hope that the office of the President can play a part to provide this channel - although I recognise that other channels are also being developed. To support this initiative, I have suggested the concept of the President's personal council - which I will be giving more thought to in the weeks ahead.

3. I also like to conduct my campaign in a dignified manner. I will follow my values of honesty, fairness, positive attitude, courage and public service and will ask my supporters to do the same. I do not wish to cast any candidate in a negative light or to engage in any activity that may smear or belittle their reputation or character. Instead, I have high regards for the positive qualities of all the candidates who have expressed their interest to contest the presidential campaign.

Many citizens have asked for my personal views on several issues of concern to them. I shared these views so that they can understand what are my values and beliefs. I will also emphasize to them that these are personal views for them to judge me as a person and should not be misunderstood to be the policy agenda that I would promote, if elected into the President's Office (as I have no such intention).

How Some cancers Were Reversed By Water.

Andrew J. Bauman IV's malignant melanoma and lymphoma were the outcome of a number of years of symptom-producing dehydration.

His first symptoms of dehydration began with allergies at the age of eight.

He also had some breathing problems associated with his allergies.
At 14 he developed diabetes - one of the harshest of the drought-management programs of the body.

By 23 his asthma needed treatment for him to stay alive.

At 26 he development diabetic neuropathy affecting his eyesight and circulatory problems is in his feet and legs.

From the age of 20 onward, he had many bouts of glandular fever, indicating that his immune system was being suppressed.

Lump skin left flank : Biopsy Sept. 1995
Lymphoma Gallium test result : Lymphoma all over the body.

*Andrew Bauman age 42, "water Cure" November 1995
* gallium test result: March 1996, no cancer cells anywhere.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

The Wisdom of Water:

1. Learn why - to avoid getting fat-obese, becoming depressed and developing cancer - water should be your # 1 dietary supplement.

2. Discover how water stimulates the enzymes that burn fat and permanently reduce weight - 30 to 50 pounds without any effort.

3. Discover how water manufactures hydroelectric energy in every cell of your body, reducing your need to constantly eat food.

4. Discover why your brain prefers the "clean energy from water" than the "dirty energy from processed food."

5. Discover how most people put on extra weight because they confuse thirst with hunger.

6. Discover how water makes your brain work like an atomic clock, restores your enthusiasm, and fills you with the joys of life - the sunny side of you.

7. Discover how water is your natural anticancer medication.

8. Discover how dehydration suppresses the immune system in the bone marrow, whereas proper hydration maximizes the immune system activity.

9. Discover how water and natural healthy diet can actually send killer cancers into remission, for years - the medical norm for a cure.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

My Intent ,

based on the most recent knowledge of micro-anatomy and molecular physiology, is to offer information on the importance of water to well-being, and to help inform the public and medical professionals of the damaging effects of chronic unintentional dehydration to the human body, from childhood to old age.

This blog is intended to open your eyes to new possibilities that would ultimately emancipate societies throughout the world from the dark ages of medicine established on the foundations of scientific ignorance of the human body, and the fraud of those who preserve the status quo and make money in the process.

You are urged to read more on the topic water cure before you begin to apply the information to your own personal health problems. This request is intended to protect you against jumping to conclusions without recognizing their ramifications.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Eminent Cancer Researchers of our times,

Dr. M. Jawed Iqbal, Ph.D., was the research director and head of the Tumor Biology Unit of the Department of Surgery at Kings College School of Medicine and Dentistry of London University in 1986 when he first became aware of my findings that dehydration is the primary cause of pain and disease, including cancer, in the human body. He was asked by the Foundation for the Simple in Medicine (founder was Dr.F.Batmanghelidj, M.D. author of book "Your Body's Many Cries for Water".) to evaluate my thesis that chronic unintentional dehydration is the cause of cancer formation in the human body. In the tradition of all past chemists, he spent six months trying to discover what element becomes the active agent that causes cancer. When he could find no particular element that could possibly trigger cancer cell formation, he was upset at his wasted time. I pointed out to him that when the human body gets chronically and increasingly dehydrated, it suffers a multisystem upheaval in its regulatory physiological functions - to the point that cancer could result, because all the checks and balances in body chemical disintegrate.

His own words describe what happened next: "Suddenly, I became aware of a totally new horizon to research. A subsequent six months' evaluation of the systems approach to disease made a four-dimensional view to disease emergence possible. All of a sudden, the foundation's systems approach, as a grassroots basis for future research, made absolute sense - at the same time that it exposed the insufficiency of the solutes approach to the art of the soluble."

2.Dr John G. Delinassios, Ph.D., is the founder of the International Institute of Cancer Research in Greece and the editor in chief of the internationally acclaimed journal Anticancer Research.
Dr. Iqbal and Dr. Delinassios got together and agreed to convene an international workshop of cancer researchers to hear and discuss my physiological approach to cancer formation in the human body. This conference took place October 15th-18th, 1987, in Chalkis, Greece.
My guest lecture, "Pain : A Need for Paradigm Change," was published in Anticancer Research : International Journal of Cancer Research and Treatment , Vol.7, no. 5B (Sept. - Oct. 1987)

Among the eminent cancer researchers who became aware of the value of systems approach to future cancer research, and recognized its merit, was Professor G. P. Murphy, then director of Cancer Research Society.

Alas, if the use of water for cancer prevention had commercial value, it would have been a thoroughly researched process by now, and this book-log - the only published information on chronic unintentional dehydration and cancer formation in the body - would have been redundant.

(signed off)
F.Batmanghelidj, M. D.

October 2004

Sunday, August 7, 2011

How Much Water And When?

The body needs no less than two quarts of water and some salt every day to compensate for its natural losses in urine, respiration, and perspiration. Less than this will cause a burden on the kidneys, which will have to work harder to concentrate the urine, excreting as much chemical toxic waste in as little water as possible. Know that your body wisdom is wiser than all the medical doctors in the world combined. Praise your body's Creator for that. This process explains why so many people end up needing dialysis in the final years of their drastically shortened lives; no thanks to the drug-medication approach in the early stage of diagnosis.

By and large, an average-sized adult body needs about four quarts of water a day. You give it two quarts in form of water ; the other two quarts are supplied from water metabolism and the water content of food/fruits. The body needs these four quarts of water to produce around two quarts of urine an amount that will prevent your kidneys from working too hard to concentrate the urine (thus the light-colored urine of well-hydrated people). Your lungs use more than a quart of water a day - this much water is evaporated in the process of breathing. The rest of the water is needed for perspiration and proper hydration of the skin (is the largest organ of the body) , which is constantly losing water into the air around it. Wrinkle skin surface is a natural mechanism to preserve further water loss due to water deficit in the body. Some water is also needed for keeping feces moist to facilitate smooth bowel movements. In hot climates more water than normal is needed for this purpose.

So How Much water?

A rough rule of thumb for those who are heavyweight is to drink 1/2 (half) ounce of water for every pound of body weight per day. A 200-pound person thus needs 100 ounces of water daily.
In metric measurement :Drink at least 10% of your own daily water-quota (31.42 ml multiply by your present body weight(kg), every 90 minutes. Use 1/4 teaspoon of sea-salt in your daily diet, for every 1250 ml water drank.

Note: every ml of water matters much to your body cells. Safer and better to drink sightly more than shortchange your body of water-ca$h flow, right?

Water should be taken anytime you're thirsty, even in the middle of a meal. Water in the middle of a meal does not drastically affect the process of digestion, but dehydration(not enough water) during food intake does.

Drink at least two glasses of water first thing in the morning to compensate for the water loss (perspiration and core-temperature maintenance) during eight hours of sleep. Air-conditioner room is drying effect and you have to drink more water.

Here are the best times to take water during the rest of the day, wake hour.
Half an hour before each major meal of the day, drink one r two glasses of water and give it time to establish its regulatory processes before you introduce food, first-bite, into your system. Those suffering from obesity, depression, or cancer should make sure to drink two glasses. During that half hour, the water is absorbed into the system and is once again secreted into the stomach, preparing it to receive solid foods. When you drink water before food, 1/2 hour prior, you avoid many problems of the gastrointestinal tract, including bloating, heartburn, colitis, constipation, diverticulitis, Crohn's disease, hiatal hernia, cancers of intestinal tract, and of course weight gain.


In less than 10 years, sales of bottled water surged, and most people seemed to be carrying a bottle of water when they were on the move. This change in the water-drinking habits of younger Citizens must have alarmed the sick-care system in this country, which thrives on people remaining thirsty and being drugs medicated to early death. Something that I consider a crime was done stop people from drinking water to prevent thirst set in. It could not have been the soda makers behind it,because the "big boys" in this industry make more money out of bottled water that they do from soda. Coca-cola Company now has plain bottled water Dasani on sale and it sells better than the coke. Wake up! and quit wasting our health capital, we don't need any caffeine but only plain water to be healthy wealth.

Out of nowhere reports of an article in the Journal of Physiology by Professor Heinz Valtin of Darmouth College appeared in prominent newspapers and national television programs as if it were a great breakthrough in medicine that would save the lives of millions. The article told people that they should wait and only water when they get thirsty. Such an unusually disseminated directive could only be aimed at reestablishing the past, and scientifically asinine, view of thirst - a view that would save the future of sick-care system and make the business of drug-medicine expand and grow once again, at the expense of society's health and hard-earned wealth.

I could not bear seeing my many years of research on pain and water rendered ineffective by the orchestrated spread of the erroneous and harmful views of Dr.Valtin, recommending that people should wait until they get thirsty before they drink water - the very thing they were doing in the past that caused the monster medial quagmire we are in now.

Use Water-cure. Rather be thankful for the timely warning, and do something about it.

Drink at least 10% of your own daily water-quota (31.42 ml multiply by your present body weight(kg), every 90 minutes. Use 1/4 teaspoon of sea-salt in your daily diet, for every 1250 ml water drank.

Pain is a sign/signal produced by dehydration in the human body. Pain may be common but it is not normal.

To simplify complications is the FIRST essential of success.

I wrote a scientific rebuttal to the good doctor's article and sent it to the editor of the physiology journal that had published his article. I even spoke with him in Berlin where he was teaching. He was most unenthusiastic to publish my rebuttal. After going the round of papers and journals to warn the public not to wait until they get thirsty, the Townsend Letters for Doctors and Patients, the Rolls-Royce of alternative medicine publications, published the article in its January 2003 issue.

The published article was now sent to most newspapers that had projected Dr. Valtin's view into the mind of the public. Not one of them wanted to touch the information ; they obviously did not want to rock the boat of the commercial drug pushers. The actual article was posted on the Web site for people to read and judge its validity for themselves.

I am also including it at the end of this blog. I thought there should be a limit to the fraud of treating ,read mistreating, thirsty people with drug medications that sicken and prematurely kill them. The practice of honest medicine needs to once again reconstruct itself on its earlier foundations of integrity, empathy, and honesty. Not money profits gain or growth.

Dear reader or follower of this Healthy Wealth blog, you have now have an idea of odds that are stacked against the World people immediately benefiting from my brand of truth in medicine - You Are Not Sick, You Are Thirsty , what these books are all about.
The media will do with this book what they did with the others: They will not promote it lest they lose income from the advertising dollars of the drug industry. Help your friends, share this link today. Thanks for your sincerity and love for truth in human survival today in war of health-care versus sick-care industries.


As a 73-year-old medical doctor, I am ashamed of the way we have let the drug industry hijacks our once honorable profession and take control of our pens to sell their chemicals, which obviously hurt and kill people.
I will provide proof of this in the pages that follow. Here, I would like to air my grievances with some professors and academicians who exercise silence when their obviously mistaken pronouncements are brought to their attention. When their statements are put under a magnifying glass, it becomes clear that the intention is to protect the status quo in medicine, where the drug industry is the ruthless king.

My conscience does not let me keep quiet. When I came to America in 1982, I arrived with the hope that my breakthrough discovery about the pain-relieving properties of water would be picked up by some teaching institution and, upon its verification, would make a positive difference in the lives of the people of the world. I was sadly mistaken. That did not happen, but I did not stop, To further my research, the Foundation for the Simple in Medicine(FSIM) was formed by a personal friend. Further research revealed where medicine of the 20th century had gone wrong - to the extent that manifestations of dehydration had been viewed as if they were diseases of unknown cause. They were, and they still are, treated with toxic chemicals - when all that the body needs is to have its thirst quenched!

Alas, neither the Natural Institutes of Health (NIH), the American Medical Association (AMA), nor the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) was interested. In fact, the NIH managed to censor my presentation on the neurotransmitter histamine as the body's primary water regulator and remove it from the report of the first Alternative Medicine Conference in Chantilly, Virginia, September 14th - 16th, 1992. The NIH also stopped the National Library of Medicine from indexing the articles that were published by the foundation, FSIM. Even this did not stop me. I formed Global Health Solutions and took my findings in the form of books and tapes directly to the public. Through the medium of talk radio , I started educating the public about the importance of proper hydration and not waiting to get thirsty in order to top up the body with water.

Saturday, August 6, 2011

As one 73-year-old medical doctor, confess,

I am ashamed of the way we have let the drug industry highjack our once honorable profession and take control of our pens to sell their chemicals, which obviously hurt and kill people.

Only Fresh Water Can Recharge Your Body

A Texas Town Is Drinking Recycled Pee Water Because of a Drought

I wouldn't want to live in West Texas right now. Why? Because the Colorado River Municipal Water District, which supplies water to the region, is recycling wastewater (aka pisswater) into tap water. Recycle, reduce, never sounded so gross.

I'm sure it's healthy and safe and clean and all that. Hell, the Colorado River Municipal Water District even spent $13 million on a new plant that runs the urine and whatever gnarly stuff is in wastewater through microfilters, reverse osmosis, peroxide, UV light and any foolproof method you can think of. When you're dealing with pee, it pays to be extra careful. Also, the h2o is totally up to drinking water regulations but...could you imagine? You're drinking pee man!

The new pee water will only affect about 27,000 people in Texas and is only happening because the western region has only received 0.1 inches of rain in the past few months (they're supposed to get at least 7 inches). Other cities have experimented or are planning similar systems (LA, my hometown, has a possible $700 million system in the works for example) that would probably do wonders for maintaining the dropping water supply. But seriously, if a city does use peewater as tap water, I'd just rather not know. Ignorance is bliss, you know?

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Singapore Presidential Hopeful Talk:


Date: Sunday 7 August 2011
Time: 10pm - 11pm

Tan Kin Lian will be taking Q&A during this USTREAM session.
Do attend this talk in the comfort of your own home!

I am calling on every kind voters in Singapore and throughout the world to join me in voting for Tan Kin Lian as Republic of Singapore Elected President this coming 27th August 2011, in order to help Singaporeans and residents sustain peace and harmonious in our nation during this period of uncertainties.

Wednesday, August 3, 2011



Within the process of protein breakdown to mobilize the amino acid reserves, cortisone-releasing mechanisms also promote the secretion of a neurotransmitter called interleukin-1 (IL-1). There is a magnifying effect between cortisone release mechanisms and IL-1 production ; each promotes the secretion of the other. IL-1 also promotes the secretion simultaneous promotion of IL-6 production.

It has been shown in cell cultures that IL-6 destroys the DNA structure of insulin-producing cells. These IL-6-treated cells cannot produce any more insulin. Continued dehydration and its unchecked disturbance of amino acid metabolism in the body is probably responsible for the destruction of DNA structure in the pancreas's insulin-producing beta cells. Thus, dehydration and its promotion of stress physiology may ultimately also be responsible for the emergence of insulin-dependent diabetes.

Hence, the paradigm shift can scientifically explain the role of water in disease prevention and/or cure. With strict and absolutely regular daily water intake to prevent the stresses and associated damages of dehydration, tryptophan - the chief conductor and supervisor of the body's well-being - and its neurotransmitter derivatives, serotonin, tryptamine, and melatonim, will be well-positioned to regulate all functions. A balanced amino acid intake in simple proteins will ensure that enough of all of them is made available to the body. Regular daily walks will keep the muscle well-coordinated and will correct any physiological processes that are established in the body as a result of stress.

When the body is well-hydrated, all of the physiological and hormonal prerequisites to a satisfying sex life and more-than-adequate libido will be in place. In addition, one or two glasses of water before "the love event" will help in achieving a firmer and sustained erection in men and the joys of participation in women.