This video proves that the Red Cross did a field test showing malaria was cured using MMS (sodium chlorite + activating acid producing chlorine dioxide) with a 100% success rate in 154 cases within 24-48 hours.
THE IMPORTANCE OF THIS VIDEO CAN NOT BE OVERSTATED! WHY?
The Red Cross staff administering the malaria treatment was thrilled by the success of the test. However, the International Federation of Red Cross & Red Crescent Societies (IFRC - the parent organization) was not thrilled at all.
When Leo Koehof released his version of a video documenting the same field test, the IFRC came out with a statement saying, “IFRC strongly dissociates from the claim of a ‘miracle’ solution to defeat malaria”.
In addition, weeks and months after the completion of the test, Klaas Proesmans, the narrator of the video, did everything he could to keep the results secret. Note: Proesmans is the Founder and CEO of the “Water Reference Center” which is affiliated with the Red Cross.
Since the late 90s, Jim Humble has been telling the world that MMS safely cures malaria in his books, websites, videos, etc. Many doctors have acknowledged the truth of this claim, but few are willing to say so publicly for fear of losing their medical licences. Since Humble started proclaiming his malaria cure, there has been an active mis-information campaign running to destroy his reputation and claims.
There are officially accepted treatments for malaria on the market. However, they are costly, long winded and have side effects.
It doesn’t take rocket science to figure out that there is something rotten going on. Those who support the Red Cross with their hard earned dollars might want to consider contacting the organization and challenging them over this whole situation.
It should be noted that the retail cost of treating one malaria case with MMS is approximately $0.15, not including the cost of a plastic cup, ½ a glass of water, the staff and the initial malaria test.
For MMS products in South Africa: www.thetahealth.co.za/oxygen-therapy.html
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