Tuesday, December 14, 2021

#2502: Robert Baldwin

There is woo, and then there is MMS. MMS, or Miracle Mineral Solution, is an aqueous solution of sodium chlorite, which is known to cause fatal renal failure, prepared in a citric acid solution to form chlorine dioxide, a powerful oxidising agent used in water treatment and bleaching and extremely dangerous to consume. An alarming number of dingbat crazies, however, think – following claims made by Jim Humble, who claims to be a billion-year-old God from the Andromeda Galaxy – this poisonous bleach is a cure for a wide range of diseases, including HIV/AIDS, malaria and cancer, as well as for autism. MMS is so obviously bullshit that even whale.to has expressed skepticism, and they are fine with flat-Earthism.


One promoter of MMS is New Jersey pastor Robert Baldwin, who has teamed up with a garbage-delusional British demonic clown, huckster and self-alleged clairvoyant, Sam Little, to form a network to push their potentially fatal “miracle cure” to people in Uganda, claiming that drinking the toxic fluid will eradicate cancer, HIV/Aids, malaria and most other diseases. Their network is probably one of the most extensive distributors of MMS to date, and there is a good exposé of them here. Their targets are Ugandans in extreme poverty, who often have little choice of medical treatments, and infants as young as 14 months old are being forced to drink chlorine dioxide, a product that has no health benefits but is potentially fatal. “Little tiny infants can take a small amount, they will spit it out. It causes no harm – they just get diarrhea,” says Baldwin. Baldwin once trained as a student nurse, but has no other medical expertise. One is pardoned for wondering what he really wants to achieve here, though he is probably just spectacularly stupid, insane and delusional.


Baldwin, who imports components of MMS into Uganda from China, has apparently “trained” some 1,200 clerics in Uganda on how to administer the “miracle cure” to their congregants after Sunday service. And he offers smartphones to clerics who are especially “committed” to spreading his toxin. His organization, Global Healing, is ostensibly a “church” that advertises itself as “using the power of Almighty God … to greatly reduce the loss of life”. To undercover reporter Fiona O’Leary, he admitted, however, that he distributed MMS through churches to “stay under the radar”. “We don’t want to draw any attention,” admitted Baldwin, since governments (apart from a couple of dingbat clown train ones) tend to take a dim view of this kind of dangerous insanity – governments are all in the pockets of Big Pharma, as Baldwin sees it. He also takes care to use euphemisms (“healing water”) on Facebook, where he raises money through online donations.


Indeed, Baldwin chose Uganda precisely because it was both i) poor and ii), more importantly, had very weak regulations. “America and Europe have much stricter laws so you are not as free to treat people because it is so controlled by the FDA. That’s why I work in developing countries.” He also pointed out that “those people in poor countries they don’t have the options that we have in the richer countries,” apparently not realizing that his justification doesn’t really succeed in making him sound good.


Diagnosis: There are no words, really, to describe the twisted evil of deranged maniac Robert Baldwin. And no, at this level of threat to human life and prosperity, we don’t distinguish insanity from evil. The 9/11 terrorists probably genuinely believed they acted in the best interests of humanity, but that doesn’t make them anything but evil. The comparison to Robert Baldwin is apt.


  1. This guy is not a "minister."
    He's a huckster who doesn't care if his poison kills anyone.