Letters: Don’s golden showers, digital street signs, burning the city’s new food policy, guns and police
 Alibi V.19 No.41 • Oct 14-20, 2010 


Don’s Golden Showers

Dear Alibi,

We all began as piss drinkers and piss bathers in our mother’s womb. The womb’s amniotic fluid surrounding the baby is largely the baby’s piss.

For 9,000 years in Mexico, 5,000 years in India, 3,000 years in Egypt, 700 years in Japan, millions, including Gandhi, have drunk their urine for health. Hippocrates, the founder of Western medicine, advocated urine therapy.

Our piss is filtered blood. As the blood circulates, the liver removes many poisons which are cast off in our shit and the now cleaner blood then goes to the kidneys. The kidneys balance the good elements and remove any surplus not needed at the moment, like leftovers from a meal.

The leaves fallen from a tree are not waste, not poison to the tree. Trees grow best when they feed on fallen leaves. Nature constantly recycles. Urine is not waste, not poison to our body.

Our piss is unique, like our fingerprint and personality. No other person’s piss in the world has exactly the same ingredients. Our urine tells the condition of our whole body. When we drink it and apply it to our skin, it becomes nature’s vaccination to direct and stimulate our immune system for healing.

Laboratory research daily seeks to isolate specific element from urine in order to create new drugs for patent and profit. Drug companies have sold billions of dollars of drugs made from urine’s ingredients—drugs to treat cancer, infertility, heart disease ...

Just as eating whole raw plant foods is far better than taking extracted vitamins and minerals, consuming our own whole urine is far better than taking extracted ingredients from urine as drugs.

Our urine is our golden fountain of life—our unique perfect living medicine containing hundreds of vitamins, minerals, hormones, amino acids, enzymes. It is free, abundant and can not be controlled by the FDA.

Drinking piss and massaging the body with piss have helped or healed multiple sclerosis, cancer, diabetes, hepatitis, constipation, rheumatoid arthritis, male impotency, allergies, herpes, hyperactivity, tuberculosis, skin diseases, obesity, burns, prostate disorders, heart problems, depression, schizophrenia—almost all physical and emotional illnesses. It is a powerful natural tranquilizer and the best medicine for kidney problems.

Usually more sterile than distilled water, urine is great for open wounds. The Native Americans of the Northwest Territories used urine for daily skin care, washing themselves all over with their urine each morning.

For best results, consume no booze, no meat, no dairy, no cooked food, no junk food, no coffee, no cigarettes, no table salt, no drugs of any kind. All people who take pharmacy or illegal drugs should start off with just a few drops of piss by mouth or use piss for massage and compresses in order to avoid problems from drug residue in their piss.

The more urine we drink, the more intensely our body detoxifies and the faster we heal. The healthier we are and the healthier we eat, the better our urine tastes!

I strongly recommend—The Golden Fountain: The Complete Guide to Urine Therapy by Coen van der Kroon of the Netherlands, The Water of Life: A Treatise on Urine Therapy by John W. Armstrong of England, Urine Therapy—Nature’s Elixir for Good Health by Flora Peschek-Bohmer Ph.D. and Gesila Schreiber of Germany, Your Own Perfect Medicine by Martha M. Christy of the U.S.A.

I eat only raw plant foods. I have drunk my piss—one to five cups every day—since Nov. 10, 1999. I wash my body and hair with piss. Almost 65, and I am in better health than I was at 21.

Don Schrader

Litter on a Stick

Dear Alibi ,

Albuquerque City Councilors will be considering recommendations from a task force it created earlier this summer to study digital signs—those signs that change messages every eight seconds or so. I suspect many Albuquerque citizens have an opinion about these signs—good, bad or ugly. Would you like to see more, fewer or the same number in the future? Many communities around the country ban digital signs—should Albuquerque? This is the time to let your City Councilors know how you feel. Come to the meeting on Oct. 18 or call/e-mail them. You can bet they have heard from representatives of the sign industry.

Lora Lucero

News Editor Marisa Demarco adds: All Council meetings are held in the Vincent E. Griego Council Chambers, which are on the basement level of City Hall. The building’s address is One Civic Plaza. Meetings begin at 5 p.m., and they are all open to the public.

Scrap Bad Food Regulation

Dear Alibi,

[Re: News, “Council Watch,” Oct. 7-13] It's absurd and tyrannical for the government to forbid us from sharing food we prepare in our own homes with the community. The policy serves to dissuade individuals from direct action against hunger and greed. It gives the city a pretext to extend their general harassment of homeless folks to those who feed them, which they are doing.

Smaller groups simply cannot afford the facilities required to comply with the restaurant code. No amount of police repression or pages of laws will ever put more money into our pockets. If city officials want these organizations to get up to standard, they should tax the rich and supply us with what we need.

But I question even the legitimacy of the health code in the first place. Folks eat meals cooked in their own homes all the time without dying. Potlucks legally make such food available to the public on a regular basis. I can see the reason for monitoring commercial ventures, because the profit motive compels to cut corners whatever they can get away with it. We operate with a different purpose and gain nothing from handing out dangerous food.

The city's restrictions on food sharing compromise individual freedom and deny nutrition to hungry people while offering only a questionable benefit to public safety in return. They should be scrapped immediately.


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Bang! Bang!

Dear Alibi,

Cops and social scientists (some are both) have been wrestling with this issue for years [News, “Is There a Silver Bullet?” Oct. 7-13]. Like gun control, the facts and opinions are all over the map. Is it primarily a hardware problem solved with more less lethal options? More tasers and chem sprays? Maybe six-shot revolvers were better for everybody than 16-shot automatics for standard issue? Is it primarily a software problem solved with more realistic training? Standing on a firing line in broad daylight shooting at a stationary target (the how) is not as good as force-on-force role playing scenarios (the when and why)? If most of your training hands you a hammer, most of your problems will look like nails. If the economy and community are going down the tubes, are all those fixes doomed to go down with them until they improve again?


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