Andrik Schapers is a Freedom Medal winner, and frequent speaker at orgs to raise money for the International Association of Scientologists (IAS). He developed cancer in 2009 and has been receiving medical treatment, but is now seeking an alternative therapy called Kaqun water. The procedure calls for bathing in oxygenated water, and costs $85,000. There is a Gofundme page to raise the funds for this procedure, and in the first three days he has raised over $1,000 towards the goal.
Having no other choice, we flew to Hungary where Andrik started the first part of the cure which consists of immersion in the super-oxygenated Kaqun waters developed by a team of doctors and engineers in Budapest. The effectiveness of this cutting-edge treatment has been thoroughly documented over the past 12 years. To successfully complete the power combination of the three therapies (of which Kaqun is one of them), we are looking at $85,000 dollars which, at the moment, we don’t have.
Why am I asking for your help? Here is my answer:
— I really want Andrik back on the road, singing and inspiring people to help projects for children’s education in the world.
— I really want Andrik to continue singing and inspiring people to help with human rights projects to teach children around the world the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
— I really want Andrik to continue singing and inspiring people to help Say-No to Drugs campaigns to educate our children about the dangers of drugs.
— I really want Andrik to enlighten people about the danger of misuse of psychiatric drugs.
— I really want Andrik to continue doing marathons for human rights as he did all over Europe to expose the criminals behind the genocide in the heart of eastern Europe where more than 100,000 people in Bosnia-Herzegovina in concentration camps were murdered.
— I really want Andrik to continue to raise funds for disaster emergencies such as the one that just happened in Nepal.
— I really want Andrik to keep helping others and I really want Andrik to keep writing and singing his songs for Human Rights, such as “A Promise to the World”.
Here is the video of Schapers singing A Promise to the World.