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Old 07-16-2011, 12:42 PM
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Just as MMS is so very good for many things,
Sure it is. Of course there's no verified evidence whatsoever of it being any good for anything more the way that purified water is good, but then I forgot, some of you aren't interested in facts and evidence. You just make it up as you go along, believing in whatever is "fun" to believe, and if someone dares to question it or ask you to back it up, you just jam your fingers in your ears and going NANANA I CAN'T HEAR YOU You and the rest of your little clique have fun w/that. It speaks for itself.
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I'm not going to feed the trolls.
Another person who can't handle someone pointing reality out to them, so they call names. How cute.

Talking to some of you reminds me of babysitting my (spoiled) nephew. Has a hissy when he doesn't get his way by calling names etc and quite unwilling/unable to listen to reason. It's lame enough coming from him, but at least he has somewhat of an excuse: he's 6.

You did have one good idea; put me on ignore. Please. That'll do a great deal towards eliminating all this childish silliness thrown at me while I'm trying to talk to the adults on the site who are capable and interested in having rational disscussions. It'll really save time. Thanks!
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Old 07-19-2011, 04:51 PM
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I overlooked this info earlier, it has details on the raid:
https://phaelosopher.wordpress.com/20...-you/#comments
The major story for me was that in Spokane, Washington, agents from the FDA engaged in a legal home invasion operation with the help of a magistrate, the United States Postal Service, and local law enforcement, to search the property of PGL International (www.projectgreenlife.com) and its fulfillment house for distributing the product known variously as the Miracle (or Master) Mineral Supplement, or simply “MMS.”’
His “crime” is that the “unapproved drug” is just that, unapproved. And based on the inaccurate information that they relied on in their warning against MMS, the FDA isn’t interested in approving it. Instead, they appear set on keeping the public misinformed, and if possible, uninformed.
(See more at link)
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Old 07-22-2011, 04:48 PM
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A newsletter from one of the distributors -

FDA Shuts Down Largest U.S. Distributor of MMS
by dennisrchard on Jul 22, 2011

https://community.benchmarkemail.com/...ributor-of-MMS
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Old 07-22-2011, 05:01 PM
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There are many many small distributors of sodium chlorite solution. The FDA will never keep up. They don't have enough time in a day nor enough money.
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The GOV/FDA has never been more transparent. If only people would wise up and rise up, we wouldn't have this problem. As a collective, we could easily put an end to all this nonsense. The FDA is a rogue organization and it is time to curtail its powers.
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Old 07-22-2011, 10:43 PM
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I hope you are right Arrow. It is so upsetting. If there are 18 in the US, those must be independent from PGL. PGL actually had several affiliates (around the world), which now cannot function, because the MMS was being shipped out of the PGL warehouse. But I suppose they could sign up with another ... Anyway, I don't even know what legal charges exactly Daniel is dealing with. I heard the post office was involved, too.
Most suppliers are calling it sodium chlorite now; he continued to call MMS. I don't know how much bearing that has either.
Asgardsurfer - You are exactly right. Well said. I am so sick of apathy. It's up to us..people...but very few seem willing to speak out. It's baffling to me.
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Old 08-01-2011, 03:13 AM
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Good article on THEFT OF HEALTH RIGHTS... "A stunning theft of our rights is happening now—right under our collective noses. We’re losing the right to manage our personal health as we see fit. It’s a right so basic that no one ever thought to list it among the rights of free speech and assembly. Who could ever have imagined that something so basic might come into question?"
See: https://healthfreedoms.org/2011/07/25...it-be-stopped/
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Old 08-02-2011, 08:47 PM
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Cookie, and who would be the peer reviewers of MMS? Certaninly not the pharmaceutical industry. They are not peer. Just who?

So far I have not heard any renal failure regarding mms but I have heard of people scheduled to start dialysis from their renal disease but now do not have to because MMS corrected their renal dysfunction for them.

I am reading some very interesting information right now that may reveal why MMS works in part. It is related to another old time therapy that was known for curing some very serious sepsis. I will report on it when I have it clear in my head. It was introduced to me by my naturopath.. and it is the same stuff that MMS creates in the blood stream! You will be surprised and I will start a new post on it when I am ready.
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Old 08-02-2011, 09:48 PM
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Peer review doesn't necessarily have to include a mainstream group. Peer review could also be lead by qualified individuals within the MMS community, for the sake of true research and documentation.

There's alot of screen names involved, but how do we know who is for real?

I'm curious about how many develop methemoglobinemia or hemolysis (do they even know how to spot the signs) and why their risk level was higher ~

If there was organized documentation of the participants, their health issues, duration of treatment and other pertinent data, it certainly would be more interesting.



I look forward to your post
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