In a desperate attempt to find a cure for their children’s autism, several parents are following the dangerous, probably deathly, recommendations that a questionable organization gives, now available on their occult Facebook page.
The treatment the organization advises consists of mixing sodium chlorite and citric acid powder, which creates a cocktail of chemicals that result in a kind of bleach that has industrial strength. The cult named the mixture Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS).
The mixture is given to the children orally and via enemas as well. The amount of parents attempting to try this method is worryingly increasing. Doctors fear kids will face several internal damages.
Greater harm that can be avoided
Dr. Jeff Foster, explains that:
“Autism is a neuro-developmental disease which is not amenable to any form of tablet treatment. It’s developed in the womb or early stages of life. You can’t just reverse it and anyone claiming that does not understand the condition.”
He also declared that being a roulette game [referring to extreme measures like the MMS] eventually ends up in death.
As one of the leaders of the cult claims that autism can be cured by purging the parasites with bleach, the medical community is distressing about the severe damages this whole craze could lead to. Consumption of bleach can cause symptoms like diarrhea, reduced blood pressure, vomiting, and ultimately lead to respiratory failure, damage to the stomach, scarring the esophagus and even death.
According to BBC News, Dr. Sarah Jarvis described how it is even worst in children:
“A very small amount of concentrated bleach has the possibility of doing great harm. This is particularly true of a child’s gut lining, which is thinner than an adult’s. It is an extra danger that people are self-administering this as the dose could easily be got wrong.”
If the consumption of bleach isn’t stopped, the gastrointestinal tract and other internal organs can be permanently damaged, and a notorious amount of bleach going into a human’s body will eventually lead to a fatal end.
Taking legal actions on ‘child abuse’
The Autistic Rights Together page portrays the story of Fiona O’Leary, a woman who is herself on the autistic spectrum according to the site, and she became an activist when obscure mistreatments started to show up on her life. She appeared on the documentary The Bleach Cult, judging the uprising thesis that MMS can cure autism.
Fiona started a campaign to obtain legislation against the toxic practice. She became familiar with the Church when people offered her MMS, including two professionals as well. So she investigated and found out the treatment was, and still is, used all over the world.
Fiona, the mother of five children, two of them diagnosed with autism, claims the whole situation is just a mere experimentation that translates into abuse.
According to The Mirror, up to six British police forces investigated families in which children were forced to drink MMS, being one of them only two years old. The cities involved in those cases include Cheshire, Luton, North London, Dover and East Yorkshire.
The page of the Genesis II Church also claims to have patients and members in South America countries such as Peru, Colombia, and the Dominican Republic, making this issue a global concern.
The Genesis II Church
According to their webpage, the Genesis II Church is an organization of health and healing, which beliefs to be serving humanity “legally and lawfully.” They also state wanting to help create a world where:
“Men no longer kill other men for financial gain.”
Their page offers several amounts of services related to the MMS treatment that could even kill if not avoided or treated medically after consumption.
The Church portrays a humanity serving goal, in which they offer the audience to become a member of their cult by paying 35$, which will include “protection” against vaccinations, x-rays, scans and health insurance. The membership also involves buying only their health products, including medicine and food. They also ask their members to watch their monetized videos each week, some of them uploaded to the Youtube platform.
Members of the Church that sell the treatment were identified. One of them is Danny Glass, a former drug addict who suggests giving up to seven drops of the MMS to children to get rid of the autism carrying parasites. Glass escaped jail; a sentence he was completing for killing his girlfriend during a reckless ride, and left Britain to hide in Thailand.
Even some dishonest professionals are approving this method, using it as part of their treatment. According to The Mirror, Dr. Finbar Magee, a specialist in alternative medicine, was suspended by the General Medical Council because she was treating her patients diagnosed with autism, with the MMS treatment.
Members of the cult, like Glass, also offer an online health coaching program that costs up to 70 pounds an hour, capitalizing the needs of desperate families that refuse to understand that autism is not a curable disease, but a permanent condition.
Source: BBC News