Feb 08

Ads create angst, Repeat Rubio, shed some winter weight, Dr. Buttar, Beyonce helps out, milk prevents asthma, organic’s worth it, Val’s QOTD!

Monday February 8,  2016 on The Robert Scott Bell Show 7-9 PM EST

Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show

doritoes adThe National Abortion Rights Action League is angry about a Doritos Super Bowl ad it accuses of “humanizing fetuses.”  In the commercial, a guy munching away on a bag of Doritos during his wife’s ultrasound attracts the attention of their unborn child, who makes a hasty exit, presumably to share Dad’s snack.   According to some, the biggest losers in the Super Bowl are men…as they point out that big commercial moments paint men as “infantile doofuses”.  

Did you eat too much junk yesterday?  Well ladies, it may be harder for you to shed that weight than for your male counter-parts.  Women find it harder to lose weight than men do, because their brains react differently to a family of key metabolic hormones, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Aberdeen, the University of Cambridge and the University of Michigan, and published in the journal Molecular Metabolism.  Don’t lose hope though, Dr. Rob is going to get into some great health tips later in the show that will help you get right back on track.

RubioSpeaking of getting off track, poor Marc Rubio has become “Repeat Rubio” over-night as he kept doling out the same catch-phrase during his recent speech at the Republican debate. Check out the video here. Let’s remember that all of these politicians are reciting memorized talking points edited by professional speech writers, and any of what we see in these media venues is most likely groomed by campaign managers, and has little to do with the candidate themselves.  Are we looking for a great actor? Or a great leader?

 

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Feb 08

“Zika distracts from real damage: the playbook” by Jon Rappoport

psyops-all1“Medical CIA” provides the cover story

February 8, 2016 (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealedclick here.)

There several reasons I keep writing about the “Zika phenomenon.” One is: I want to reveal the playbook. I want to show how this covert op distracts people from the real ongoing damage caused by other factors.

Two quick background stories:

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Feb 07

“Zika: Who launched the fake-epidemic story in Brazil? Explosive: The invention of an epidemic” by Jon Rappoport

zika vaccineFebruary 7, 2016

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrixclick here.)

This is an article that explains a great deal—but, with apologies, it involves a line of reasoning, in order to reach a conclusion. That means some readers (not my regular readers) may find it odd. Some readers with short attention spans may suddenly want to switch to a wrestling show or a shopping network. To them I say: give this a try; it does have a payoff; it has its own kind of shock and surprise; explosions do go off in the mind; it is like a ten-car pile-up on the interstate in the fog, late at night; and there is a very nasty plot.

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Feb 07

Live from Orlando with the whole crew, Zika winning the media blitz, promoting abortion, Bill Gates blamed, Paul Barattiero and ECHO water

Sunday, February 5,  2016 on The Robert Scott Bell Show 1-3  PM EST

Sunday on The Robert Scott Bell Show: Celebrating 6 years on the air, 6 days a week! 

super bowl 50Happy Superbowl Sunday!!  Put down the Doritos, because we are broadcasting live from the Vikasa Health Expo in sunny Orlando. The whole crew is here, AP Morgen, her handsome hubby Op-Ed, Paul Barriterro and his beautiful bride Jacqueline, and Super Don calling in from his ranch out west.  IMAG4433_1 (1)

Who’s going to win the Big Game today?  Well, we have a sneaky suspicion that Zika is taking the lead with a media-blitz worthy of the pros. Sadly, the more we read from our friend, Jon Rappoport, the more we understand that there are very few cases of this virus, and we have no proof that it is indeed the sole cause of microcephaly in infants.  Despite the lack of evidence, governing bodies around the world are taking advantage of the fear and confusion to enact martial law, to promote abortions, and to even recommend a “no kissing” policy in Brazil.  Wait, no kissing for Valentine’s day?  Should we all crawl into a plastic bubble for protection?  Or are there steps we can take to strengthen our bodies and promote healing so that we can handle the normal germs we may encounter?

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Feb 07

“Zika freaka 2: spraying plane cabins, robot reporters” by Jon Rappoport

drug-the-planetAnother episode in my ongoing series, Science from Habitual Liars

February 5, 2016

Part 1: the planes Bloomberg News, February 4, “U.K. to Spray Planes on Routes From Zika-Affected Countries”:

“The U.K. is to order airlines flying from countries affected by the Zika virus, which has been linked with birth defects, to spray insecticide inside plane cabins.”

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Feb 07

Zika update from Brazil: towering non-evidence by Jon Rappoport

zika vaccineFebruary 4, 2016

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrixclick here.)

I can now provide the latest update on what researchers in Brazil are discovering, as they dig into their original findings about the Zika virus and cases of microcephaly (babies born with small heads and brain impairment).

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Feb 07

“Zika: vicious fraud: abortions at sea: the war on women” by Jon Rappoport

laborbirthFebruary 4, 2016

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrixclick here.)

You’re a pregnant woman in Central America. You’ve just been told you could have the Zika virus. No tests. No confirmation.  And of course, no one is telling you that Zika has not been proved to cause anything. But you’re offered an abortion at sea, because the country you live in doesn’t allow abortions, except in very restricted cases. A group will take you out on a ship, and when you come back your baby will be gone. He or she will never be born. You’re just another casualty in the campaign to provoke fear, but now it has been your very personal experience.

February 3, 2016. Vocative.com has the story, “Pregnant Zika victims will be given access to abortions at sea”:

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Feb 05

Rocky Mountian High and The Right to Try, Water hurts and heals, Bernie plays race card, Detox Friday, Hydrogen helps, where will Rob be next?

Friday, February 5,  2016 on The Robert Scott Bell Show 7-9 PM EST

Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show: Celebrating 6 years on the air, 6 days a week! 

jdrockymtnhighWhere’s Robert and why does he appear to be Rocky Mountain High? Because he is in Colorado for the Right To Try conference in support of patients’ rights to use any medicine or substance, approved or not, in an effort to save their lives.  It is not always the doctor’s fault a patient can’t get the treatment they need, sometimes the doctors do not know what to do with a case.  Our medical system in America is so overly commercial these days that rather than spend time with patients, they are on budgets and deadlines dictated by hospital boards, insurance companies, and legal teams. Perhaps that is how a young friend of our own AP Morgen has suffered for so long with what has been labeled Lyme disease, yet now through treating failed kidneys with dialysis, they’ve found she’s been storing 50+ pounds of un-processed water! That would make anyone sick.  How did they miss it? For more on water in the body, stick around for the Doc of Detox!

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Feb 04

Jonathan Emord, Cheryl Chumley, and Norm Singleton, “The Right to Try Act”, LA methane leaks, the Zika craze, Liam Scheff and his mom!

Thursday, February 4,  2016 on The Robert Scott Bell Show 7-9 PM EST

Thursday on The Robert Scott Bell Show: Celebrating 6 years on the air, 6 days a week! 

Jonathan Emord is our guest-host along with with Cheryl Chumley and Norm Singleton.

American FlagThese 3 patriots are champions of “The Right To Try” Act – restoring the freedom of Americans to access experimental or other unapproved drugs and/or natural remedies in attempts to save their lives.   When did it become the government’s role to decide how Americans are allowed to treat their illness?  Right to try

Certainly they can make information and even warnings available, but should they ever be able to forbid us the right to try something we deem appropriate?

The Clinton email crisis continues, and even as the Fed tries to bring charges, Obama and Hillary carry on as normal. And in other news, how did Obama get approved to spend over a Billion dollars on Iran??

 As we near the New Hampshire primaries, we’ll talk about the recent changes in the campaign leaders, including the Carson-Cruz flip-flop.  

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Feb 04

“Zika: sex and bloodsucking vampire bugs: the movie” by Jon Rappoport

mosquitoFebruary 3, 2016

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrixclick here.)

Evidence? Who cares about evidence? You give people the mere announcement of an outbreak plus a virus and they’ll cling to it as if it’s a long-lost relative who’s about to die and leave them a billion dollars.

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