November 28th, 2022 3-5PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Chinese Rise Up Against Lockdowns that Elites Advocated in the US Mainstream headlines are alight with stories about protests of unprecedented proportion that have erupted across China in response to Xi Jinping’s draconian Zero Covid lockdown policies. I post these with the caveat that, owing to both the unique restrictions on information from China and our media’s false pretense of hawkishness in order to retain the public’s trust, stories about protests and instability in China are perennially exaggerated. That there have been protests against the Chinese Communist Party’s lockdowns is not surprising, however, given how horrendous those policies have been. Exaggeration aside, during China’s lockdowns, most residents haven’t been allowed outside their homes even to get food. Meal deliveries are frequently inadequate and rotten and medical care is often inaccessible. Covid health status apps are strictly enforced. Those who test positive for Covid are taken to sparse, overcrowded quarantine camps resembling prisons. Infants are separated from their parents. Pets are killed. I post these, too, with the caveat that stories of the CCP’s Zero Covid policies are often exaggerated as well, owing to both the establishment’s pretense of hawkishness and the consistent media narrative that during the response to Covid, at least we didn’t have it as bad as those poor Chinese who had to experience a “real lockdown.”
THIS IS HUGE: REBELLION IN CHINA NOW – SUPPORT THE PROTESTERS IN CHINA Suppose the idea of REVOLUTION instead of SOCIAL CREDIT SCORE now spreads from China to Western countries? When people who protest against the government in China can be tortured and killed, and yet they keep protesting, that tells you something big is happening now. AP, 11/27: Crowd angered by lockdowns calls for China’s Xi to step down Protesters angered by strict anti-virus measures called for China’s powerful leader to resign, an unprecedented rebuke as authorities in at least eight cities struggled to suppress demonstrations Sunday that represent a rare direct challenge to the ruling Communist Party. Police using pepper spray drove away demonstrators in Shanghai who called for Xi Jinping to step down and an end to one-party rule, but hours later people rallied again in the same spot. Police again broke up the demonstration, and a reporter saw protesters under arrest being driven away in a bus. The protests—which began Friday and have spread to cities including the capital, Beijing, and dozens of university campuses—are the most widespread show of opposition to the ruling party in decades.
Special Guest Meredith Miller
Meredith Miller is a holistic coach, author and speaker, helping people to self-heal after narcissistic abuse and other toxic relationships. Her mission is to bridge the gap between trauma and purpose. She teaches mindsets and tactical tools to help others recover.
After 2020, Meredith started speaking publicly about the similarity of psychological abuse patterns, from the micro to the macro, and how these relate to what’s happening in the world. Her holistic perspectives on the global events can help people understand their own experiences, as well as what’s baffling them about other people’s behavior, while offering some inner solutions for dealing with this situation.
Questions of The Day!
Hello Robert and Super Don, what are your thoughts on pellet therapy for hormone replacement? Or could you recommend something else? Thank you!
Can someone who was vaxxed and now suffering with symptoms of myocarditis be helped with the Cardiomiracle?
#MaskUp #BringBackMasks Trend As Covid-19, RSV, Flu Cases Increase Gee, with Covid-19, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), and influenza cases on the rise, what would be a simple way to protect yourself and other people? How about that thing that rhymes with simple ask, meaning wear a face mask? Well, the hashtags #MaskUp and #BringBackMasks have been trending on Twitter with health professionals, scientists, and others urging everyone to wear face masks. Why is there the need to once again urge people to wear face masks? After all, haven’t we been through this before in 2020 and again in 2021? Don’t people already know the benefits of face masks? By mid-2020, it became apparent that the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) can spread via small respiratory droplets as well. These are droplets that can hang in the air like they just don’t care and travel much further than six feet or longer than a Harry Styles (who’s six feet tall). That prompted many locations to recommend and even require that people wear face masks while indoors in public to cut down on SARS-CoV-2 transmission. Yes, face masks became an essential layer of the so-called “Swiss cheese” response to the Covid-19 pandemic. In this case, Swiss cheese didn’t mean throwing Swiss cheese into the air, which would have been delicious for anyone with a large cheese net. Instead, it meant making sure that you are simultaneously employing at least three Covid-19 precautions at all times. As each Covid-19 precaution has its holes, layering multiple precautions on top of each other will help cover each intervention’s deficiencies or holes. And you never want to go out in public with your holes fully exposed, right?
Special Guest Emerald Robinson
Emerald Robinson is the host of the weekly news hour The Absolute Truth on FrankSpeech. She was the chief White House correspondent for Newsmax, and also the chief White House correspondent for One America News (OAN). Her daily questions to Biden Regime press secretary Jen Psaki are well known. She has interviewed President Trump, Secretary Mike Pompeo, Senator Rand Paul, and Secretary Ben Carson, among many others. She was suspended from Twitter in November 2021 for her investigative reporting on the undisclosed ingredients in Moderna’s COVID vaccine. Her articles regularly appear in Gateway Pundit, Real Clear Politics, Citizen Free Press, Revolver News, and many other media outlets. You can follow Emerald Robinson on GETTR, Gab, Instagram, and Truth Social.
‘Forever Chemicals’ in Pesticides Raise Red Flags About Origins, Impact ‘Forever chemicals,’ already a hazardous presence in our kitchens, floor coverings and makeup tables, are now also turning up in some pesticides sprayed on our crops and into the air. Action Alert! Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, lab-made chemicals known collectively as PFAS, have been used in some varieties of nonstick pans, plastic packaging, cosmetics, stain-resistant carpeting, firefighting foam, and were recently found in some dental flosses and tampons. Now these chemicals have been found in pesticides, representing yet another route of exposure. But instead of protecting the public, the EPA seems to remain intent on protecting the chemical industry. Every year, an estimated one billion pounds of pesticides are introduced into the environment. They become part of the air we breathe and settle into the soil and water that grow our food. Pesticides, already suspected of altering the gut microbiome, touch us in ways that other PFAS-tainted products can’t. The average person may never encounter firefighting foam, but we all eat, drink, and breathe. When researchers in Maryland and Massachusetts found multiple PFAS in public mosquito-control sprays, the EPA speculated that these chemicals may come from the containers used to store the pesticides. Investigators zeroed in on the theory that a process called fluorination, used in up to 30 percent of containers made for pesticide storage, also made those containers prone to leaching. The EPA released a report in early September that confirmed those suspicions. After tests on three brands of fluorinated containers, the EPA found clear indications that PFAS do leach into the pesticides from the container walls, especially the longer they stay in them. The EPA wants further studies, but it did warn companies that make those containers. There are two other potential ways to explain how PFAS wound up in pesticides, sources that could make container-leaching problems just the tip of the iceberg.