From all corners of the globe, people are starting to realize that something is "just not right" with Alcoholics Anonymous. The US market for the goods and services that the Recovery Industry Cartel spawned from the 12 Steps that Bill Wilson promoted to Wall Street has taken off as a capitalist money maker to teach people to chant Bill Wilson at $1000 a day prices and is going through a feeding frenzy in today's depressed stock market. The frenzy is seeping into the political mainstream of not only the past and Presidential hopefuls of the US (Such as Mitt Romney or Newt Gingrich) but even the English Parliament with Iain Duncan Smith attempting to send anyone that has lost their job and on assistance to the cult of Alcoholics Anonymous where they are taught to find more"prospects" to feed the frenzy.
Chelsea Carmona is now taking on Tampa Bay Florida, the breeding ground of Straight, Inc. and Melvin Sembler in Saint Petersburg, Florida who has still managed to escape from legal prosecution through the help of political "friends" of the cult of Alcoholics Anonymous and has spread the cult of Alcoholics Anonymous to Australia where it is doing the same thing there. Carmona is a "Special to The Washington Post" but has chosen Tampa Bay to publish "Why AA's one-size approach doesn't fit all" which has been running the circuit in many of the media outlets and I commend her for the choice of this market controlled by http://www.aatampa-area.org/ and http://www.aapinellas.org
Why AA's one-size approach doesn't fit all
By CHELSEA CARMONA | Special to The Washington Post
Published: July 16, 2012
NOTE: this new release is just in time for the Alcoholics Anonymous 56th State Convention at Innisbrook Golf and Spa Resort, Palm Harbor, Florida Aug. 1-5, 2012!