Well, you have had two weeks now to find out who she is and what she did. It is no longer an excuse that you did not know. Go look it up.
'All I know is, she's not me, I'm not her. My story is so far removed from anybody else's story because it's mine. It's unique, and it's exactly how it happened. So why am I not allowed to share that?'
You can share anything you want. Neither I nor anyone else can stop you. What we can do is be critical of you and your claims. I have zero ability to stop you from writing something and putting it up on the internet. I have no idea how you got something so ridiculous into your head.
'Why am I not allowed to help people heal? I'm not making money out of this, I'm not trying to hurt anyone.'
You’re not a doctor and you have zero qualifications to “help people heal”. I believe you that you are not currently making money off this, but it seems fairly obvious that is your goal. You may not be trying to hurt anyone, but that does not mean that you aren’t hurting people. If people follow your lead and ditch real medical care for the magical pineapple diet, then you’re hurting people.
'I'm not a fraud and I'm not a fake'.
Actually I believe you. I think you are quite sincere. You sincerely believe that this diet will help people. What I do not believe is that you are being completely truthful. Now, it seems fairly clear to me that you had and have a very limited understanding of what was happening when you were getting treatment for your cancer, so perhaps that is where all your misunderstanding stems from.
'It just seems they've got this massive agenda to break down my story.'
'I know I can sleep at night and in my heart I am doing what I know to be right.'
Three indicators of deception in that one sentence alone.
'I haven't changed anything, I haven't deleted anything.'
Yes you did. The deleted content is here on this blog, and I have more of it I can post at any time.
'It really did change the way I f***ing lived'.
I believe that. I do not think anyone doubted that.
Of note in this entire article is that Candice-Marie Fox chooses not to correct the serious issues the previous article got wrong. She does not once say here that she never had stage 4 cancer, cancer in her liver, or that Mark Simon is not an oncologist. She has the perfect forum to make these critical corrections, and of course she does not do so.
Finally, is she going to post her medical records, or will it be a report (on advice of counsel), because at this point I am very, very confused as to what her actual promise is.