GENESIS II Church of Health and Healing squealed that its ‘holy sacrament’ had come under attack after the US Justice Department moved yesterday (Friday) to halt sales of a chemical agent marketed under the name of ‘Miracle Mineral Solution’.
The department filed a complaint against the church and several of its key member, and a federal judge in Florida quickly granted a temporary injunction halting its sale and distribution.
The church had claimed MMS would help:
Cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent coronavirus, which includes COVID-19, as well as other diseases including Alzheimer’s, autism, brain cancer, HIV/AIDS, and multiple sclerosis.
The department said:
MMS is a chemical product which, when combined with the included activator, creates a powerful bleach product.
A statement on its website, which appears to have been written by Genesis’ “archbishop” Mark Grenon, above, says the church has received a cease and desist letter from United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on April 8th, 2020:
I immediately prayed and the Lord told me to write back right away to stop this horrible attack from two ‘agencies’ that are full of corrupt evil players in the decision making positions that effect many people’s lives daily in commerce.
Now, they have gone too far! They are attacking a Church Sacrament. This is something that is ‘sacred’ or ‘holy’ to us as a Church. Folks, this is THE time to fight and NOT back down and let the whole world know what is happening!
You’ve seen in the last months how the world has changed in regard to control over our lives health wise! The ‘virus’ has NOT even been identified! The test isn’t even looking for a virus and didn’t even follow the Koch’s 4 steps to identifying an agent and if it is contagious … Our bodies and our health are at stake! You want to enjoy good health, practice ‘SELFCARE’ NOT a healthcare system taught by Big Pharma and poisoning the body with horrible toxins and procedures!
The church then published the FDA warning letter in full. The letter ends by saying:
I is unlawful under the FTC Act, 15 U.S.C. § 41 et seq., to advertise that a product can treat or cure human disease unless you possess competent and reliable scientific evidence, including, when appropriate, well-controlled human clinical studies, substantiating that the claims are true at the time they are made. For COVID-19, no such study is currently known to exist for the product identified above.
Thus, any coronavirus-related treatment or cure claims regarding such product are not supported by competent and reliable scientific evidence. You must immediately cease making all such claims. Violations of the FTC Act may result in legal action seeking a Federal District Court injunction and an order may require that you pay back money to consumers.
Legal action followed after the church continued selling its quack cure.
What do we know about MMS?
It was invented by a con artist called Jim Humble, above, who founded Genesis II Church of Health and Healing with the prime aim of flogging industial bleach for around fifty bucks a bottle. Henchman”archbishop” Grenon then began hosting MMS seminars in different parts of the world, charging people $450 dollars each to enter.
According to a 2016 ABC News expose, when MMS started attracting unwelcome media attention Humble posted a statement of the church website saying MMS “cures nothing” – then put himself out of reach of American law by legging it to Mexico.
On his website, Humble repeats that:
It is important to note that MMS does not cure disease. MMS is an oxidizer, it kills pathogens and destroys poisons. When these are reduced or eliminated in the body, then the body can function properly and thereby heal.
But that admission is buried beneath this blarney:
In 1996, while on a gold mining expedition in South America, I discovered that chlorine dioxide quickly eradicates malaria.
Since that time, it has proven to restore partial or full health to hundreds of thousands of people suffering from a wide range of disease, including cancer, diabetes, hepatitis A, B, C, Lyme disease, MRSA, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, HIV/AIDS, malaria, autism, infections of all kinds, arthritis, high cholesterol, acid reflux, kidney or liver diseases, aches and pains, allergies, urinary tract infections, digestive problems, high blood pressure, obesity, parasites, tumors and cysts, depression, sinus problems, eye disease, ear infections, dengue fever, skin problems, dental issues, problems with prostate (high PSA), erectile dysfunction and the list goes on …
The US Food and Drug Administration had warned years ago that the product could cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and symptoms of severe dehydration.