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Pastor using industrial bleach as miracle cure

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The bleach is sold as MMS, which stands for "Miracle Mineral Solution" or "Miracle Mineral Supplement."  This is a type of faith healing woo, which is incredibly dangerous.  In recent days, a New Jersey pastor, and his organization Global Christian Healing Missions, faced backlash when it was reported they were using it on poor and sick children in fake clinical trials in Uganda.

https://www.theguard...dwin-sam-little

 

Unfortunately, the problem doesn't begin or end with Pastor Baldwin, as MMS has been sold as a magical panacea for years.  It's been banned in several countries, and the websites through which it's peddled have been trying to crack down on its sales.  This only reinforces the belief by people like Baldwin that governments are trying to suppress the "cure" because it works, and that the pharma companies don't want you to know about it.  The fact of the matter is that the sheer negligence of corrupt governments and pharma companies is making this problem worse, as they are driving desperate sick people to charlatans who sell them miracle cures.

 

Feeding it to children who can't consent is nothing short of child abuse.  Pastor Baldwin and others like him belong in prison.  They can and already have gotten people killed with their bullshit.

 

If you want to see a longer documentary dissecting the claims about MMS and the fake clinical trials in Uganda, check out this video by chemist and debunker Myles Power.  (Unrelated note, I also rec his 9/11 CT debunking documentary.)

 


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As the video concludes -- "idiots, lyers and conmen".  Their victims would actually be better off with Homeopathic -- which does no good, but at least, does not dissolve the intestines.


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This story does not challenge my long held belief that there is no idea so stupid that no humans would endorse it.


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This story does not challenge my long held belief that there is no idea so stupid that no humans would endorse it.

 

 

The idea of a bleach enema.....  What a way, to give someone a slow, agonizing death.  This qualifies as depraved torture.


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