A friend of mine just wrote to me, inquiring about a rumor of a plan to arrest Jim Humble. Jim has far better things to do than get arrested, some of which has, can, or will affect you, especially as so many people gear up their fears about “the pandemic.”
Franklin Roosevelt made the statement, “there’s nothing to fear, but fear itself,” famous; a truth many have either forgotten, or in this age of misinformation masquerading as education, have never learned. FDR’s statement is as true today as it was then, particularly because it is now our turn to inform and equip ourselves to ensure the health and safety of ourselves, families, communities and nations. Unfortunately, the “enemy,” if we’re going to look at things in those terms, is not “over there,” it is “us.”
I choose to see life and the events that are unfolding in terms of “my ‘enemy’ being my friend.” Instead of something or someone to fear, or be “on guard” against, the adversary should be embraced, observed, welcomed, and understood. Ultimately, as understanding grows, so does our power to diminish the risk that exposure or engagement may have posed.
The man who transformed the acronym “MMS” into a term that, with regard to matters of health restoration, has become synonymous with “workable solution,” has seen one too many people who helped humanity with their use of common sense (woefully uncommon these days), come up missing in action. It seems that the only popular “heroes” we celebrate today are those whose actions tended to maintain the status quo, while those who follow their heart’s vision to change paradigms may very well feel a need to go on the run. My hat is off to veterans to have risked and lost their lives fighting for what they believed to be “freedom,” but history is now revealing that they most often fought to maintain a certain world tension, that a few profited heavily from, at the expense of many. That pattern continues to this day, as we gear up mentally for an unseen enemy, for a “battle” proposed to be fought inside the body of humanity.
The problem is that overwhelming evidence points to the administrators of “the solution” — a vaccine that was designed (but not tested) to address the Swine Flu — are also creators of “the problem.” Evidence indicates that it is totally unlikely that Nature could ever, or would ever have brought the concoction that is now referred to as H1N1. This has all the markings of being human-made. And yet, few are questioning why.
While the President holds meetings about health care system reform, no one challenges him to address the now appreciated potential dangers of Swine Flu treatment, with the apparent support and approval of everyone in government from the FDA to the National Guard.
Jim Humble, who saw the potential of chlorine dioxide to safely clean out the human plumbing system, stands in stark contrast to the bureaucracy that prepares to dump more toxicity in, as a means of “protecting” the population from the dreaded bug. Never mind that history reveals most deaths from flu epidemics past indicate that the greatest loss of life was by people who took the vaccines.
I will contend here, however, that it wasn’t the vaccines that killed these people. It was fear, pure and simple. They killed themselves, as we always do. No one leaves this world until they are ready to, but many people believe that these matters are out of their hand, so they are susceptible to suggestion.
Well, I’m suggesting that there’s nothing to fear, not Swine Flu, or even the vaccine. However, there is much to understand… about ourselves, our human and spiritual nature, and about our sovereignty as intelligent, volitional beings. What does that mean? We have the power to take in information, apply reasoning to it, and make a choice… a decision. That decision does not have to agree with anyone else’s. If everyone around you is fearful, it doesn’t mean that you need to be fearful too.
While the medical and government bureaucracy openly prepares to feed poison into healthy people for fear of the effects of a man-made virus with a non-tested drug born from some kind of sweetheart deal, Jim Humble presently travels through Africa, keeping himself off the radar, but staying as relevant as ever, and as involved.
The next edition of the MMS Newsletter (www.mmsnews.org) is about to run two articles by Jim Humble, relative to MMS and the Swine Flu. The first one is titled, “At Stake: Your Life and the Life of Your Loved Ones.” The second one is “Resources Related to the 2009 Pandemic and Health Issues.”
That’s what I want. I want people who see the sense of this miracle chemical. They should purchase it at a low price without coercion. No MLM, no recruiting, or clever marketing. We don’t need more customers, we need people to be freed of the pathogens they are hosting. People should not have to spend their last dollar treating a life threatening disease. — Jim Humble
He’s as passionate and pragmatic as ever.
More than one million people in the US have used MMS since 2006. Another million people have used MMS throughout the rest of the world. It is made in every country of Europe, plus Australia, South Africa, Mexico and many other countries. — Jim Humble
Not sitting on his laurels, he is also introducing a complement to MMS, which he has dubbed, “MMS2.”
You can learn more about MMS2 by listening to my recitation of an introduction paper he wrote.
No, we don’t have anything to fear, if we keep an open mind, know our options, and listen to others who are informing with reason, and not inciting fear.