3 Responses to “PROJECT CAMELOT: JIM HUMBLE: CURING MALARIA:”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I do not know if this guy is fake or not but after a recent video which showed the Red Cross doing work with MMS I wrote an email to the Red Cross HQ.
    This is there reply:-

    “The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) dissociates itself in the strongest terms from the content of the recent Master Mineral Solution newsletter (May 2013) entitled “Malaria finally defeated” and supporting YouTube video. IFRC does not support or endorse in any manner the claims made in relation to this project, and has at no time been involved in ‘clinical trials’ related to malaria treatment.

    Malaria affects 219 million people every year, killing a child somewhere in the world every minute. As a matter of policy, IFRC adheres to World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines which state the only way to combat malaria is to scale up prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

    The IFRC expresses its support the Uganda Red Cross Society and recognises that it has been spearheading prevention programmes across the country over the last decade, as auxiliary to their public authorities and in line with WHO guidelines.

    Should you wish for any additional information regarding this issue, please feel free to contact the malaria focal persons at the IFRC:”

    So you see I now mistrust anything to do with Jim Humble.

    Anyone can do the same as I did and write to the Red Cross. It’s not complicated.

  2. NPP says:

    Well done Anonymous for the Red Cross response… no, I have not yet watched this latest Camelot video.

    The disassociation by the Red Cross should be made directly to Jim and the ex Belgian special forces guy in the previous ‘malaria’ video who ran the field tests on camera. Frankly, who cares whether it was with Red Cross or not. Does the stuff work?

    “Malaria affects 219 million people every year, killing a child somewhere in the world every minute. As a matter of policy, IFRC adheres to World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines which state the only way to combat malaria is to scale up prevention, diagnosis and treatment.”
    This is tired old hat statement telling nothing new.

    “The IFRC expresses its support the Uganda Red Cross Society and recognises that it has been spearheading prevention programmes across the country over the last decade, as auxiliary to their public authorities and in line with WHO guidelines.”
    So what.

    “Should you wish for any additional information regarding this issue, please feel free to contact the malaria focal persons at the IFRC.”
    This is the same vibe as writing to your MP or any authority. They are old Newtonian reductionist particle physic mind set. If I were running cure for malaria programmes, I’d certainly have Jim Humble in and suss him out. If he’s talking bollocks, so be it, but I bet the Red Cross would soon open their door to Bill Gates. The Red Cross is an old organisation and any background research could well turn up old mind set thinking.

    Like you I don’t know, but I’m not throwing the likes of Jim Humble out the door just because the Red Cross release a statement of ‘nothing to do with us’.

    If Humble’s stuff works, it would reduce the profits of interested parties. That is the sad, cynical reality we face and it will be replaced by authentic desire to make wellness rather than make profit. My sense is there is more to know and take Red Cross statements with a pinch of healthy scepticism.

    Cheers.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thought they controlled malaria in the 1950’s, by pouring paraffin in water holes, kills the lava.

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