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Thursday, August 19, 2010

BOGUS JOHNS HOPKINS CANCER/ASPARTAME VIRAL EMAIL ON INTERNET

RE: BOGUS JOHNS HOPKINS CANCER/ASPARTAME VIRAL EMAIL ON INTERNET:

Unfortunately, I got a message from someone after receiving this for the first time, that Johns Hopkins has never heard of the information contained in this email. Guess they have now - but, they deny putting it out. Sometimes things go 'viral' on the Internet without the facts being correct. Maybe you want to GOOGLE it first just to be sure.

We had a similar email, 2, actually, go out about aspartame from a Nancy Markle then one called SWEET POISON - both fraudulent emails. If you see one about aspartame, you might want to check with me first. I usually have heard about which are and which are not legitimate. Some bogus emails stating aspartame is 'bad' are actually sent out by the people we're fighting, to make us look bad when the truth is revealed. It is a ploy to cement the fact that all anti-aspartame campaigners are lying nutcases who will do or say anything to get noticed. The first clue of a bogus email is the fact it contains no valid email/phone numbers/organization name/sender's name, etc.

Sorry. I hate the fact that the public is being made to distrust ALL anti-aspartame emails and information from people like me, because of these polluted emails. It's possible it could even be put out by an Internet website like Snopes.com, so that they can make it into a big deal and attract more people to their site as 'truth-exposers,' which they want to be known for. I am very suspicious of the motives behind the creator of Bogus Email, such as this one. Who are they? Whose side are they REALLY on? Not a Conspiracy Theory if it's true!