Project Camelot interviews Jim Humble, the man behind MMS: Mineral Mineral Supplement Sasbachwalden, Germany, November 2008 http://projectcamelot.org/jim_hum...
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MMS under attack by FDA MMS - Myth or Miracle? By Ron Lee Investigative Journalist The US~Observer
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) takes its regulation job seriously, seemingly targeting anyone who won't - or can't - play ball in its high-dollar industry-giants-only club. Unfortunately for Americans, it seems to have forgotten its edict to promote and protect public health.
So, when a product comes along that actually does have health benefit, the FDA appears to descend upon it in hopes to squash it from existence. Are they merely protecting the interests of the corporate giants and pharmaceutical behemoths that seek to keep us reliant upon dosages of their products? For the average American citizen, the answer seems pretty clear. "I don't trust the government, especially the FDA.
One exciting and reportedly "miraculous" health product is Master Mineral Solution - commonly referred to as MMS or “Cleansing Water”. By mixing MMS (sodium chlorite solution) and citric acid, it chemically generates the compound, chlorine dioxide (ClO2), which is said to have profound positive health benefits.
So now MMS and many involved with the movement are targets of the FDA. As reported in this edition, Daniel Smith, a man from Spokane, Washington whose business sold the ingredients to make chlorine dioxide in the privacy of your own home, had his home raided by federal agents. Subsequently, his case has been reviewed by two grand juries. It was through Daniel's efforts that the US~Observer became involved and has since launched an investigation into the legitimacy of the FDA claims, as well as the validity of MMS as a healing remedy.
The US~Observer has received hundreds of personal accounts of MMS healing users of a myriad of disorders, but we needed the truth in the form of documented fact. Then the US~Observer received the blood work of an individual who had been diagnosed with Hepatitis C. The reports were clear, this person had the disease. Reportedly, after the subject treated himself with MMS, there was no longer any sign of Hepatitis in his blood work!
Instead of looking into MMS's potential for the people's common health, the FDA has chosen to strike out at the claims of its benefits. They are doing this primarily because of the amount of positive personal experiences. You see, MMS has not been "evaluated". As such, it is potentially harmful in the eyes of the FDA, and they have even issued an alert on its use. But then again, growing your own garden (and sharing food), or milking your own cows is now dangerous too, at least according to the FDA. Do a search on the internet and see how the FDA is attacking these common practices which have been around since the dawn of time! In fact, it appears that any personal medicinal and food choice is being criminalized at an alarming rate. Soon, we will only be able to eat what they tell us; grow what Monsanto provides us; supplement and medicate ourselves with only the "best" unnatural chemicals created in the labs of the corporate partners to the FDA.
"If people let government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny." ~Thomas Jefferson
As for MMS, the US~Observer is conducting tests and is still collecting testimonials. Anyone with clinical proof of healing is asked to send copies of the evidence to: US~Observer, 233 Rogue River Hwy. PMB 387, Grants Pass, OR, 97527; or via email to email@example.com.
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