MMS is banned in many countries but why is it not being criticised in Uganda?
UPDATE: Sam Little the British man involved in the distribution of MMS arrested in Uganda. Miracle Mineral Supplement or Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS) is a solution made from Sodium chlorite and food based acid such as citrus juice. It was formulated by an American man called Jim Humble in the mid 90s. It is claimed […]
Miracle Mineral Supplement or Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS) is a solution made from Sodium chlorite and food based acid such as citrus juice. It was formulated by an American man called Jim Humble in the mid 90s.
It is claimed to heal all manor of diseases including malaria, HIV and cancer and has been used by hundreds of thousands of people since it was conceived.
In fact there is a video claiming the Red Cross also used it to cure some 154 victims in Uganda on 12/12/2012.
Why is it banned?
Well, it can kill. A Mexican woman died when she took it as a preventative for malaria in Vanuatu.
Several countries including Canada and Netherlands have banned it with others like the UK issuing warnings and precaution.
The solution can be dangerous and can cause serious harm when not taken correctly.
It is being administered in Uganda Now and we aren’t talking about it
A US pastor is claiming to have administered it to some 50k people already. He even boasts about the lax laws or lack there of allowing him to freely carry out his mission.
Forgive my big mouth but why are we not talking about it??? And most importantly why is the health ministry not controlling it? This should be big news. Perhaps until someone dies then it will be picked up?
I am not saying we should jump every-time others jump; the government should at least publicly acknowledge this and duly communicate the dangers to all citizens. Is the system fit for purpose?
Interestingly enough the western media notorious for ignoring foreign atrocities till it’s too late have picked it up before the local media has.
The people behind the current uproar – https://genesis2church.ch are happily administering the solution to whoever is desperate enough – apparently not in spite:
Here is a horror story
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