Monday, October 1, 2012

Alex Jones and Tangy Tangerine

"I promote what I believe in..."
--Alex Jones


Looks like Alex Jones' "Tangy Tangerine" is now being reported to have some TOXIC substances in it.  Maybe you need to make a shake and then run it through your Berkey Water Filter?  After that do you run it through the Pro Pure Water Filter to really clean it up? 

Health, wealth, longevity, and freedom?  Sounds like the usual "GET RICH QUICK SCHEME".  Watch this: 

Notice what's on the label: 

I really don't know who's telling the truth here but believe Alex Jones should address this immediately for those of us who are concerned with this report:

Well The News UNIT would like to know who among these "truthers" is really telling the truth.  Or are they all liars?  I left a COMMENT with Mark Dice here and you can check back to see if I get a response or get "blocked" also:

Looks like all you "truthers" like to expose each other's lies. Maybe you're all a bunch of liars after all? THE NEWS UNIT dot COM
newsunit 1 second ago

What I suspect here is they are all liars actually.  So I'll join King David in saying so:

I said in my haste, All men [are] liars.
---PSALM 116.11 

Mark Dice exposed Alex Jones' product: 

THIS IS ACTUALLY VERY SCARY.  This COMMENT is actually from the Alex Jones website.  I'm certain it will soon be removed:



Posts: 6
« on: February 10, 2012, 05:43:25 AM »

Reading the ingredients label on the "Beyond Tangy Tangerine" product that Alex is hocking makes some interesting discoveries. In fine print at the bottom of the label, the "plant derived mineral powder" that they add to the product contains Antimony, Arsenic, Cadmium, Mercury, Lead, Aluminum Hydroxide, and Flourine.

Digging around to find out more information about this product, (which, by the way is difficult, since the first 6 or 7 PAGES Google returned were all from the same or similar businesses) I then did a search for side effects. I came across a website that discusses this issue:


"These so-called "plant-derived" minerals are apparently from the TJ Clark Mine in Utah. The reason they are called "plant-derived" is that the mine has ancient plant matter that did not undergo complete fossilization, and they use the soft, crumbly material from this mine for their products. It is sold by several companies, among them TJ Clark and Youngevity, and sold under several other company names, with the "plant-derived minerals" or "colloidal mineral" designation.

Here's the problem, and perhaps they are so clueless they don't realize it: during sedimentation - when plant matter begins to become rock - it absorbs and fixes minerals that are not necessarily good for you - among them, the heavy metal neurotoxins mercury, cadmium, arsenic, and lead, plus the Alzheimer's-promoting combination of aluminum and fluorides."

Someone please explain to me why Alex is so adamant about exposing the dangers of fluoridated water, yet then tuns around and pushes this snake oil that contains Flourine.

If Alex has already addressed this in a video or something please leave a LINK and a COMMENT below.  I'm a bit suspect of Mark Dice because he sounds like the similar cry baby type such as Day Trader Don Harold.  Who really is telling the truth?


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