Doctors Warn Against Consuming MMS To Cure Disease. They're singing the praises of chlorine dioxide, which is found in a product called Miracle Mineral Solution or MMS . Chlorine dioxide is a disinfectant, which is very effective at killing bacteria and viruses – most often on hard surfaces.
Rhys and others have been campaigning hard to have this menace dealt with in Britain, documenting those selling MMS and reporting them to the relevant authorities. Rhys is a brilliant kid, and if any of his teachers read this, he deserves the highest possible recognition from his school, Kings Monkton in Cardiff, and local community for his willingness to ask intelligent and challenging questions, and his achievements in bringing this to wider public attention.
In the MMS newsletter (Straight Talk with Jim Humble) he outlines an innovative strategy that will allow him to spread his medical ideas across the world while evading any government interference – setting up a church:
The man who encourages the sick and dying to drink industrial bleach.
How much damage can this guy do? He claims to have "treated" 100,000 victims of malaria in Africa, across Uganda, Kenya, Sierra Leone, Tanzania and Malawi, but comments in the video that:
“ MMS ” is a chemical substance at the center of Garland County case involving the removal of seven children from their home in January. The FDA says MMS can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and symptoms of severe dehydration.
Whoever those missionaries are they should be awarded a medal. The figure of 100,000 people could be an exaggeration, but it's terrifying to imagine how many Africans may have been subjected to this brutality.
The case studies he presents are patients with pancreatic and lung cancer, and for some of them he claims to have followed this methodology for weeks on end. This isn't treatment, it is sustained torture. I can't even begin to imagine what his victims have gone through.