The overreach of the government is in the news again. Instead of going after terrorists and spending time tracking down known criminals, the state of Arkansas is harassing a family with seven children who homeschool and have never had a run in with the law – not even a speeding ticket.
What’s their crime?:
“A ‘miracle’ mineral treatment alleged to be a remedy for cancer and AIDS is at the center of a law enforcement search warrant. The investigation ended in the removal of seven children from their home in Garland County.
“The family has cried foul, saying only the father has taken it and it’s mostly used for purifying water for their garden.
“The substance in question is referred to as ‘MMS’ or Miracle Mineral Solution. The FDA has weighed in on the substance citing serious health concerns reporting that it can turn into a potent bleach and cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhea if taken.”
Instead of coming to the family to warn them about the legal substance owned and used by millions of people with books about MMS sold on Amazon.com, the police approached the family as if they were an offshoot of the Branch Davidians and the father was a David Koresh wannabe.
The fact that the children are schooled at home may have something to do with the strong-armed tactics of the police.
According to Michelle Stanley, “one of the agents spoke to her about the living conditions of the house. ‘Oh this is nice and your kids are great,’ she shared. ‘That’s what was giving us hope that this thing’s just going to be over in a few minutes.’ At about 9:30 that night, however, things changed. Suddenly the door opened … and there were six or eight of them, came in the door, marched in there,’ Hal [Stanley] showed. ‘Fully armed Sheriffs and people stood there and said we’re taking the children for 72 hours.”
How did the police find out that Hal Stanley had some MMS?
“‘As the children were removed from the home Hal and his wife Michelle say they emotionally asked who made the decision.
“Hal said, ‘And finally a young man from the Sheriff’s department raised his hand, “I did it and I’m proud of the decision.”’”
You better watch out. If the police can raid your home and remove your children for what the FDA considers to be a legal toxic substance, then the FDA and any other agency can make similar decisions to invade homes on the pretext of any possible danger.
Have you ever read the long list of side effects of legal drugs dispensed by doctors and pharmacies, not to mention chemotherapy? Has anyone done a study of the side effects of Ritalin? “Were psychiatric drugs a causative factor for the Sandy Hook shooter and for dozens of other school shootings?” Some people think so.
But because these drugs are legal — FDA approved — there most likely won’t be an legal ramifications. Take a look at Medication Madness: The Role of Psychiatric Drugs in Cases of Violence, Suicide and Crime.
Consider some of the toxic substances that are most likely in your home that can “cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhea if taken,” even death:
- Windshield washer solutions
- Drain cleaners
- Toilet bowl cleaners
- Automatic dishwasher detergents
- Furniture polish
- Perfumes and aftershave
- Lamp oil
- Paint thinner
- Alcoholic beverages
- Tobacco products
- Rat and mouse poisons
- Swimming pools
How about fat, sugar, and salt? According to the food gestapo, they are poisons! Let’s not forget knives, guns, and ammunition.
Will Essential Oils go on the list? How about colloidal silver since it “isn’t considered safe or effective for any of the health claims manufacturers make. Silver has no known purpose in the body. Nor is it an essential mineral, as some sellers of silver products claim. . . . In fact, the Food and Drug Administration has taken action against some manufacturers of colloidal silver products for making unproven health claims.”
By the way, Amazon.com sells colloidal silver.