Cooking and Curing Cancer with Leonard Coldwell and Liana Werner-Gray

Leonard Coldwell and Liana Werner-Gray

Liana Werner-Gray is the glorious Hollywood starlet that no one knows from movies that no one had ever seen like The Man in the Maze and Waterfront Nightmare. If you haven’t watched those movies yet, I urge you to hurry and not-watch them as soon as you can!

But Liana’s career as an actress (which some may refer to as “waitress”) isn’t the topic at hand. Because what Liana lacks in her fictional life on the big screen, she certainly makes up in her real life.

Liana claims that she had unambiguously vanquished cancer solely with… the power of her mind. But why stop there if you can continue to attract attention that your failing movies couldn’t? Liana firmly proclaims that “people with cancer don’t have to die if they don’t want to!”

Oh goodie! Spread the word everyone! The cure for cancer is plainly the choice not to die! You can halt all those medical researches and experiments and stuff! Folks with cancer, just say NNNOOOO!!! I wish my late grandparents could have known all of that sooner, before they mistakenly answered yes, and perished.

It’s not too much of a miracle that a perfect match from hell has been found for Liana in the devilish form of the one and only, the not-in-a-zillion-years-doctor Leonard Coldwell! Here are the two quacks spreading their devious gospel in a conversation from April 2012:

Liana says that after she had been reading a book about natural cures of another charlatan, one Kevin Trudeau, a tumor was emerged on her throat. Like every other sane human being she joyfully said “Great, I’m going to heal myself naturally!”

So after a while she decided this whole cancer thing is not working out for her anymore or whatever, and the minute she determined that, puff, no cancer! Well, not immediately you guys… don’t be stupid! Her body needed a few months to catch up to the decision in her mind, which makes a lot more sense, right?

The dialogue between the two fabulists goes on as Liana tells that people criticizing them because they want “to keep the business going.” Yeah, it’s totally not because those critics don’t wish cancer patients would die or anything.

Liana exclaims she just wants to share those affirmations with the people who have cancer so they would know “the truth” and there isn’t any other incentive for her assertions. Lenny commends her, as he obviously not thinking of taking advantage of her a little more in his own events.

Would you look at that… Liana is now speaking at the best-most-awful-never-doctor event! And not only she rehashes all of her previous tales, she has now also added her mother into this sickening fable! You must be so proud momma Werner-Gray!

And the herd of sheeple cheers and applauds and roots and claps and buys and buys and buys.

But hey, Liana doesn’t come cheap after all… she also has bills to pay and her astonishing movie career definitely won’t pay them. She can create ludicrous products too! Everybody, please say hi to the Earth Diet book! Hi burlesque book with a senseless name!

And hello there quid pro quo!

Notice what a classy guy Lenny is when he says (after about 2:30 minutes):

I’m a guy, I don’t cook you know… I wanna go somewhere where I eat something not so healthy but I don’t have to cook it myself. So you have for me this pictures here so I can find something and say ‘oh, can you please make it for me?’ or we threaten and yell. She has to make it for us. [Liana giggles in the background]

Chivalrous. Gentleman. Gallant. Dreamy. Cancer-curing. Psychopath. Lenny. [Liana giggles in the background]

  • dani

    Liana, has your book even sold a thousand copies? yah…didn’t think so! :P

  • Derek Hall

    To the author of this article: “great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people” – Eleanor Roosevelt. For the love of God, please take a hint.

    Those suffering from a disease do have more of a choice than they might realize as to whether they are ready to die. Cancer patients can search their innermost spiritual and energetic being to work that out. Although usually not easy, cancer patients can be completely healed through cleansing and an earth-based diet. From my observation, most cancer patients get really sick and/or die as a direct result of chemotherapy and radiation treatments and not as a result of the cancer itself. These people were usually going about their lives reasonably fine when they were diagnosed with cancer. Only when they started chemo and radiation did they get knocked on their butts in the hospital and their hair fell out; and they got very sick and in some cases died. Chemo and radiation destroy bodily organs and tissues at least as fast as they destroy cancer tumors. The only question in any case is which they will destroy first. Healing naturally of course has none of those nasty side effects.

    • Omri Shabat

      I will not argue about the merits/lapses of traditional medicine because that’s not really my point here.

      I’m talking about lies … blood money … sociopaths … crime … victims … deceit … etc.

      BTW, your one quote is completely out of context — Eleanor Roosevelt was simplifying her vision of the political sphere, and NOT negating the obvious necessity of criticism.

      Thank you for playing.

  • Derek Hall

    new Earth Diet book so far has peaked on Amazon at #10 in category “Other Diets”,
    #11 in category “Diets & Weight Loss”, and #260 in overall category “Books”.
    And one comment on this article actually questioned whether 1000 copies of the
    old version had been sold. There’s no legitimate argument against success.

    • Omri Shabat

      There’s no legitimate argument against success? Sure, if you ignore Bernie Madoff, Enron, Lehman Brothers, James Arthur Ray, Zeek Rewards,Charles Ponzi (just to name a few) … all had orgasmic success at some point … until they didn’t.

      I guess there might be a legitimate argument against success after all. He.