Protesting Clive de Carle, Ireland

On 8th November 2019 AIM protested the Open Minds Conference, held at Dooley’s Hotel in Waterford, Ireland. Appearing at the event was Clive de Carle, who had been previously exposed in the media for offering AIM’s Emma Dalmayne GcMAF and MMS, two dangerous substances that are sold as ‘cures’ for autism. GcMAF, as well as its stronger version Rerum, are made from blood plasma and are banned in the UK, while MMS, so-called Miracle Mineral Solution, is a chlorine dioxide bleach banned in Ireland.

Three women stand outside a hotel, holding signs with messages including "AIM says NO to the Abuse / Exploitation / Experimentation of autistic people" and "Bleach is a Poison - Stop Promoting as a 'Cure'".

Despite expressing our concern to Dooley’s, the conference still went ahead. AIM could not stand by and allow this man, who promotes dangerous ‘cures’ for autism, speak without an autistic presence there to show our side.