The furor created by the use of MMS under the auspices of aviation engineer, preacher Jim Hubble continues as he posts photos helping people from Africa fight HIV and malaria among a few. If one analyzes what impact this is giving the world, it is a big publicity for MMS.
The Crusade Begins
The third world has been used to launch campaigns ranging from poverty, HIV, education, food supply, population control and an endless list that follows. Jim Hubble presents as a disease fighter who found Africa his bastion for MMS cure. A third world country struggling to keep a population from HIV, Malaria, and respiratory diseases, his prospects is undoubtedly positive. Looking at the wide scale reactions to the use of MMS as an alternative cure, Hubble sets the best place to support his crusade. To name, there are well noted world figures who used Africa in their famous lives, Rockefeller died while his boat sailed the African rivers, body was never found- this showed the world the harsh living conditions in the African Jungle. Ernest Hemingway wrote an award winning piece, “Snows of Kilimanjaro” where cure is remote for a rich writer facing eminent death in the tents of Africa overlooking the Kilimanjaro mountains, Dr. Kent Brantly, the news famous headliner, 33, of Samaritan’ Purse in Liberia who contacted the E-bola virus attests to Africa as one of the breeders of the scariest diseases in the world. A Nobel Peace Prize Winner in the field of medicine, Albert Schweitzer practiced in Leberene, now known as Goba Africa. Timeless, Africa has always figured as the home base to medical pioneers who became famous in their field and won awards for themselves.
What makes Africa an ideal base for MMS
The world health organization declares that despite the government’s and donor countries’ efforts, Africa still has a population of women and children whose mortality could have been prevented had health care services been reachable. Poverty is widespread as a population of 1.033 billion people continues to rise.
Common diseases in Africa:
- Pneumonia and other lower respiratory tract infections
- Whooping Cough
To view the lists of diseases is to see why Jim Hubble chose Africa as his home base to propagate the alternative cure of MMS. Most of the diseases which the supplement claims to have cure for are common in Africa. This also supports his claim that he does not earn from the sale of the acidified sodium chloride. With success stories piling up, his co- Americans who continue to debate on his cause had better come up with something real big to belie the cure that MMS offers.