The Media Bomb Campaign is a targeted effort to attract mainstream attention to the issue of cannabis extract medicine. Recently, a significant victory was achieved with the Sanjay Gupta documentary on medicinal cannabis, which featured child-patient Charlotte Figi and the extreme success she experienced with the use of high-CBD oil from the Realm of Caring Foundation. With this treatment, her seizures reduced from 300 grand mals a week to less than 3 minor seizures a month. This was the first truly mainstream cannabis oil testimonial, and the world now knows that cannabis oils are capable of miraculous healing effects.
The Comprehensive Report on Cannabis Extract Medicine
A report comprehensively analyzing the cannabis extract movement, including scientific studies, patient cases, and the work of doctors, dispensaries, corporations, and cannabis teams, has recently been completed. It is impossible for anyone to read this entire document and not see the truth of cannabis extracts. This document must be shared with as many people and influential leaders as possible to bring decisive action now. We must act with the urgency of those who are facing death, and bring this medicine to the masses as soon as possible.
Please read this document, so you can more deeply understand the major factors impacting this movement. You can also share any of the links with others through Facebook and Twitter. In fact, because virtually all major celebrities, including governmental figures, have Twitter accounts, they can be contacted quickly and easily. You are encouraged to send this report to absolutely anybody you can think of. However, specific accounts will be targeted every few days so that floods of tweets can be sent to specific individuals. In this way, such individuals will be more likely to take note of this. News organizations will also be directly contacted.
Previous Twitter Accounts Contacted:
Vince Gilligan (@BreakingBad_AMC), Bryan Cranston (@BryanCranston), Aaron Paul (@aaron_paul8), Sanjay Gupta (@drsanjaygupta) [Contacted Between 10/25/13 and 11/2/13)
The first round of the campaign has ended. The next targets will be news agencies, including CNN, MSNBC, CBS, Fox News, and ABC.
“@FoxNews @CNN Far more information about recent epilepsy and cancer news surrounding high-CBD cannabis oil http://cannabisextractreport.com”
CNN: https://twitter.com/CNN (@CNN)
MSNBC: https://twitter.com/MSNBC (@MSNBC)
CBS News: https://twitter.com/CBSnews (@CBSNews)
Fox News: https://twitter.com/FoxNews (@FoxNews)
ABC News: https://twitter.com/ABC (@ABC)
Another Way to Help – American Drug War 2
The success of children with cannabis oil is something that is especially moving and important. Recently, director and activist Kevin Booth released the film American Drug War 2: Cannabis Destiny. The original film, American Drug War, premiered on the premium cable network Showtime. Kevin has made other popular films and also worked with comedian Bill Hicks before his death from pancreatic cancer on February 26th, 1994. The final words of a final verse Hicks wrote, which was released after his death, stated: “I left in love, in laughter, and in truth, and wherever truth, love and laughter abide, I am there in spirit.” It is this movement’s hope that truth ultimately prevails, so love and laughter can once again become the dominant force in our world, rather than pain, despair, and death.
American Drug War 2 is an excellent documentary which in great detail describes the story of Cash Hyde, a child-patient who beat brain cancer twice with cannabis oil but succumbed to the disease after the cancer returned for a third time. The documentary graphically depicts Cash’s experience and makes it plainly apparent that cannabis oil has amazing medical benefit. It also features interviews with world-renowned doctors, researchers, and activists, including Dr. William Courtney and Dr. Donald Abrams. Unlike Booth’s previous films, which were shown on major television networks, no network has agreed to air this film. The cause seems to be its controversial nature, and the fact it depicts a child suffering in obviously unpleasant ways. However, this is what people need to see, and although it can be hard to watch at points, the results speak for themselves.
There are several steps that must be taken to get this film onto a national network. The first step is to raise its ratings and review scores on IMDB, iTunes, and Amazon, so that networks will see there is a legitimate interest in this film. The next step will be mass contacting targeted networks to urge them to show this film. For now, votes should be placed at the following links: