• Petitioned Emily Willingham

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Emily Willingham

Stop telling people that MMS is bleach because it is not

    1. Petition by

      Jim Humble

Because there are some mothers that don't realize that Emily is wrong and they may never help their child to attain normalcy.

To:
Emily Willingham
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Emily Willingham.

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Stop telling people that MMS is bleach because it is not

Because there are some mothers that don't realize that Emily is wrong and they may never help their child to attain normalcy.
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Sincerely,

Sincerely,
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    • LOUISE HAMPTON SWINDON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • about 2 years ago

      I am getting very tierd of the Bleach argument and everyone jumping on this ban wagon.

      People are being denied health and healing because of this and are remaining dbiltated when they could be fit and healthy. It is a crime to deny anyone of good health.

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    • Ima Nidiot ST ALBANS, UNITED KINGDOM
      • about 2 years ago

      It's true, MMS is not bleach. It's sodium chlorite, it doesn't become bleach until you mix it with, say, citric acid, as Humble recommends. Only once it is mixed with an acid such as lime juice does it become industrial bleach - sodium chlorite on its own is merely explosive and highly toxic, it gives you renal failure, hemolysis and methemoglobinemia (so effectively you die of lack of oxygen to the brain as the blood loses oxygen-carrying capacity). It's nothing to worry about, though, you need at least a gram of the stuff to be really dangerous. I don't know what all the fuss is about. The vomiting, burns, bleeding, stomach cramps and diarrhoea are part of the normal process of gentle healing and it's obvious that if so-called medicines were doing any damn good then they too would have you writhing on the floor puking blood.

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    • steve melton FRANKLINTON, NC
      • over 2 years ago

      Mms is not bleach. Look at the chemistry of mms and its a fact its not bleach

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    • Malleable Lackwit IRVINE, CA
      • over 2 years ago

      I'm signing because MMS is proof that we can take advantage of advances in science, especially chemistry, without buying into the biomed/pharma paradigm.

      After EDTA, MMS is the next triumph of alternative chemistry, and merely labeling it "bleach"ignores the alternative understanding of oxidation and how we've discovered that the combination of mucosal damage and large payments can do miraculous things for developmental delays, cancer, autism, evil spirits, and many other things. We'll get back to everyone on the specifics someday.

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    • Josef Mengele BEUNOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
      • over 2 years ago

      Testing out reactive chemicals on undesirables is I think a very important for furthering medical science. How else are we supposed to know what happens when we expose people to them? I fully support the administering of chlorine dioxide to defective humans, and very much hope that this program is expanded to include other reactive substances such as nitrogen dioxide, sulphuric acid, hydrogen fluoride, dioxin, dimethyl sulphate, plutonium and sarin, because quite frankly I'm rather curious about what effects they might have. I'd test them all myself, but unfortunately these days I don't have the resources I used to. Kudos to Mr Humble for doing his part to keep this sort of vital research alive.

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