It looks like I’ve really upset some of Humble & Rivera’s flock. A couple of them were on the other posts throwing out links and research as “proof” that CD/ MMS is safe, but rather than convince me of anything, it just made me even more concerned for the poor kids subjected to this “treatment”. When the research fell apart, they resorted to saying I was a “pharma troll” being paid to write this. To that, I will say that everything I post, I post for free. I am not, nor have I ever been, an employee or affiliate of any association that falls under the umbrella of big pharma. I’m just a parent concerned for the well being of kids exposed to this sort of abusive treatment. But as such, I truly did have an interest in reading what these crazy bleach people were throwing at me, so I read them, and now, I want to share them with you.
The first was a delightful lady by the name of Clair. Clair had this to say:
Clair submitted a link to this article regarding Army researchers using CD in the fight against Ebola. Here is the first paragraph: (the entire article can be found by clicking the link above)
Right away, you can see that this article is completely irrelevant with regards to this particular protocol. I am not denying that CD is a powerful biocide. It is excellent in that regard, but being a safe and useful surface cleaner doesn’t mean is it safe for consumption at the levels being recommended. Let’s continue.
The next section, only serves to reiterate that they are discussing the use of CD as a powerful biocide when used on surfaces and the sterilization of medical equipment, which is great news for the fight against Ebola, but says nothing in regards to this fight to “cure” autism and it proves nothing regarding the safety of this protocol. See for yourself:
Again, this is about surfaces and equipment, not consumption. You can read the rest for yourself, because I have more links to explore and want to keep moving.
Up next, we have Macaddict08.
He submitted two links, but one was actually the study that was used as the basis for a more lay-friendly article. Both can be read by clicking the links and as in Clair’s attempt at “proof”, both are about the use of CD as a surface disinfectant, not an orally administerd “cure-all”. My favorite from Macaddict was this next one:
The “….” between his claims are awesome because I read it in my head the way kids sound when you know they are full of it. “No, mom….I didn’t spill the milk… It was the cat… Yeah… He just came running through…” Sure, buddy. I believe you. However, the link he submitted was legitimate enough. Like I said, though, it was the study report used for the first article, so we can treat them as one.
It is important to note that not only was it being treated as a disinfectant, it was being treated at only 100ppm for only 15 seconds. Remember, Ms. River’s protocol calls for the oral ingestion of at least 8 ounces at at least 3000ppm. So again, these really don’t apply.
This whole thing really scares me, Internet. These people really seem to believe that these articles are proof and that the only reason I can’t see it is because I’m being paid by the pharmaceutical companies not to see it. This is where you can help, Internet. What do you think? Did these convince you? They sure didn’t convince me.
Until next time,