I clearly see it as the development of a cult. Very similar to the
Hulda Clark cult. Just because her liver flush works (which isn't the
least bit original, and I've done it many times) there is a transposition that
takes place that everything else she says simply has to be true. I'm
seeing that develop with Humble and "MMS" - and I will not believe
what I consider to be an unreliable source of medical information - same for
Hulda Clark in spite of her very respected PhD (but not the correspondence
one). The support group is an "MMS" (Humble's name, not the real
name) support group.
It became a heated discussion (argumentative is not the correct term) because
of my personal experience - and the personal experiences of many others, and I
was trying to relate my experience as opposed to the mantra. I don't feel
singled out, but I do feel that personal experience trumps mantras any
day. I feel that moving the thread to the debate forums will suppress the
posting of any real adverse MMS reactions on the support forum and continue to
promote it as a no risk therapy, which it isn't.
I also respect your posts and I'll keep posting civil MMS results (including
positive ones) in the support group.