Many of you knew, or perhaps feared that this moment was coming. David Dartez, managing director of Global Light Network, of San Antonio, Texas, will announce a drastic change in his policies for selling MMS that will impact the entire community, and hence, the world.
He received a letter today from his sodium chlorite supplier who told Dartez that they were contacted by a government agency. The letter indicated the agency’s understanding that the company was selling sodium chlorite that was being used for eventual human consumption. The implication was that this is illegal. Dartez confirmed this development when I spoke to him via telephone.
By the time most people read this entry, he will have announced dramatic policy changes in the Global Light Network Update, the e-newsletter that goes out to almost 10,000 of his customers, which he refers to as members, each week.
The changes will impact the availability of sodium chlorite, which is the main ingredient used to generate chlorine dioxide, the oxidizing agent with which tens of thousands of people have seen positive results after successfully reducing the organic and inorganic pathogen load on their bodies.
Global Light Network is by far the largest MMS supplier on the planet, having processed over 4,000 lbs of sodium chlorite since August of 2007, enough to produce 10’s, if not 100’s of thousands of bottles of MMS.
Dartez stayed true to Jim Humble’s principle to keep the price low, and therefore affordable to more people. He took that principle a step further and packaged “MMS kits” which included enough supplies to make 14 bottles of MMS and activator. He priced these kits so low, as to start a cottage community of MMS resellers.
All of that is about to change.
Just how it all changes is not engraved in stone. In fact, it’s up to you. This doesn’t have to be an end. It can be a beginning. It’ll definitely be a shift.