Timely—I Need Your Help: Mainstream Media About to do Major Story on MMS
Once again, MMS will be featured on a mainstream TV news show. This time in the US on “20/20” (http://abcnews.go.com/2020) a TV news program produced by ABC, which is an hour long and usually covers a single topic per show. I wish I could say this was going to be a balanced discussion on the topic of MMS. Unfortunately, the approach the producers and reporters have demonstrated thus far leads me to assume this will be another hit piece as they have done in the past.
We believe this story will air soon—this Friday, October 28, 2016 at 10pm ET, based on emails we have received from the producer. This is an opportunity for you to tell your story.
Please read the rest of this newsletter for more information.
Recently, while walking down the street, I was confronted by three men, two had video cameras and one was a reporter. They had been waiting out of sight down the street for me to come out. For the next 15 minutes or so, I was grilled with one question after another. During the forced “interview,” the reporter accused me of making huge amounts of money. I told him if I was making a lot of money, I wouldn’t be living like I do, in low-cost housing. Most recently, I live in an inexpensive 2br apartment in a quiet area—not a place likely to be inhabited by someone with deep pockets. The money issue was the biggest thing this guy wanted to push. Perhaps he read the preposterous statement on one website that says I’m a billionaire. If that were reality, I could easily afford guards that would have stopped the news crew from reaching me. Anyone who has visited me knows this to be a fact. The only time I’m in a fancy place is if I’m the guest of someone else.
Considering MMS is sold around the world, it is easy to assume I should be rich. The fact is, I do not now, nor ever have sold MMS myself. There are lots of people who sell MMS. They put my picture on the bottle and say it is “approved by Jim Humble” for which I receive no monies. In addition, there are lots of people who illegally copy my books and translate and sell them for which I get nothing. The point that these journalists neglect to publish is the fact that my first book encouraged people to independently make and sell MMS. And that is exactly what happened. I get NOTHING from the majority of sales that happen out there in the world. My idea was to get it to the world and considering that there are trained health ministers in 125 countries I was somewhat successful.
The reporter claimed that MMS had something to do with the death of a woman (in 2009) in the Vanatu Islands, several hundred miles east of Australia. He asked me if I thought I should apologize to her husband and asked me if I didn't feel responsible. While I am personally deeply sorry for the death of this woman, no, I don't feel the need to apologize for something I had nothing to do with. The autopsy declared that the death was not caused by MMS. In fact, nowhere in the world after 20 years (since the discovery of MMS) has there been a single official report that MMS caused a single death or other permanent damage worldwide.
What about the countless people who have successfully used MMS to help their bodies heal from some disease—malaria and innumerable others. It seems only when something goes wrong (according to them) and MMS was anywhere around, that it gets the blame. From what I understand, the woman took two drops of MMS and died 12 hours later. Again, the autopsy showed there was no connection between MMS and her death. I was in contact (within hours of the death) with the people in the Vanatu Islands who furnished the MMS. It was apparent there were other issues at play that caused her death. I am truly sorry for the loss of life, but neither can I take responsibility for this. There are countless people around the world taking more than two drops of MMS an hour all day long, every day of the week, and they are not dropping like flies.
If you talk to various people and see how many people have used MMS, it is fair to say that at least several million MMS kits have been sold in the past 10 years. More than 5 million copies of my free books were downloaded by 2008. This is not the result of some big marketing plan and advertising budget. Instead, it is the result of people telling people that they got well from using MMS. THAT is what has sold millions of kits around the world! If MMS did not work, it would get no attention. This would not be a story on any mainstream media outlet, or if it was, it would have dried up a long time ago. Again, the only reason MMS keeps showing up in the news around the world is because it works, which is contrary to the stories that talk negatively about it.
There are certainly times I have said some things that I probably should have said differently. For lack of a better way to express things at the time—or because others put words in my mouth, in the past I have stated that MMS cures most of all diseases. Today, I say that MMS cures nothing! MMS serves as a tool to kill pathogens and oxidize poisons in the body which allows the body to heal the body. We live in a toxic world and we are fortunate to have MMS, as well as various other important health tools, to combat the ill effects of poor foods, and chemicals that make us sick.
I encourage everyone who has an MMS story to share it with
ABC Senior Investigative News Producer,
7 West 66th St., New York, NY 10023.
Office Phone: 212-456-2068,
I apologize for the short notice, but I urge you, if MMS has helped you or a loved one, tell the story. Do it now! Even if all you write is one or two short lines, make an appeal today. Tell your story today, if even to say, “I took MMS and I'm alive to tell the story” or “MMS saved my life” or “MMS gave me my life back”—whatever the case may be. There is nothing too grand, or too small to tell—if MMS has helped you in any way at all, please consider, write to ABC today, and tell your story. I realize you are all busy people, but for the sake of helping others and declaring the truth, please, will you write Cindy Galli NOW?
Ms. Galli may not appreciate my publishing her contact information so publically; similar to how I did not appreciate being forced into an aggressive unplanned interview. Hopefully she will appreciate and actually report on the feedback she gets from as many of you as possible.
Maybe, just maybe, they will do the right thing and actually share some of your experiences with the world. My realistic side says that is unlikely, but my optimistic side says keep the door open to the possibility.
I just have to look at it as, “There is no such thing as bad publicity. All publicity is good publicity.”
Good fortune to you along the way, and with love,
Archbishop Jim Humble