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Measles outbreak tied to Texas megachurch sickens 21

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Comment by Ed Price
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Oh, and thanks, Mike, for the little push... the incentive to get me to post this info about MMS in Uganda.

Comment by Ed Price
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The Red Cross of Uganda, Africa, sorta had the same idea that GP (below) had. Only the Red Cross carried it a bit farther. They decided to try the MMS (Jim Humble) cure on a bunch (154) of African malaria victims. Then, when MMS didn't work, they could laugh the MMS people all the way out of town.

Well, it backfired on the Red Cross of Uganda, Africa. Of the 154 malaria positive Ugandans, all of them went to malaria negative in 2 days. Most of them took only one day.

The Red cross is now saying that they never did the testing in Uganda, but there are at least two videos of the testing being done:

YouTube search:
MMS Jim Humble
MMS Red Cross

Check out Jim Humble's latest newsletter, "MMS as a Preventative for Cancer, Malaria, and Many Diseases (08-29-2013), at, and let the Texas megachurch know that they have at least a near cure available to them.

Comment by Doug Nusbaum
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I think that vaccinations should be actively discouraged.   Also we should stop promoting safe sex and doing research on AIDs.   One thing the world has way to much of is stupid and ignorant people.

 If you get sick and were not vaccinated then you will bear the full cost of care, and it will be a debt that can not be discharged by bankruptcy.   

Comment by Forty Four O Nine
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LMFAO....only Mike would post this garbage. The man is such a slobbering statist its comical. Get that government cock out of your mouth Mike. 


OMG measles are coming to get for your lives and get vaccinated :)

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