November 8th, 2022 3-5PM ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
42% of Gen Z diagnosed with a mental health condition, survey reveals Forty-two percent of America’s young-but-cynical Generation Z are dealing with a mental health condition, a new survey finds. A range of these issues were largely identified during the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. The analysis by Harmony Healthcare IT suggests tens of millions of Gen Z young adults started dealing with a mental health problem in the months immediately following the start of the global pandemic in March 2020. The Indiana-based data management company’s survey highlights a staggering percentage of young adults diagnosed with anxiety, depression, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) during the pandemic. Three-quarters of these Americans, all under the age of 25, say the pandemic negatively impacted their mental health, with many citing loneliness and uncertainty about the future. Eighty-five percent of Gen Z respondents say they’re worried about the future in general. The vast majority cite their personal finances, the economy, the environment, and the country’s increasingly polarized political landscape as top concerns.
Special Guest Dr. Tess Lawrie
Tess is the Director of E-BMC Ltd,and EbMCsquared CiC, a community interest research company. Tess is committed to improving the quality of healthcare through rigorous research. Her range of expertise, based on experience in both developing and developed countries, uniquely positions her to evaluate research for a variety of healthcare settings. Tess is a frequent member of technical teams responsible for developing international guidelines. Her peer-reviewed publications have received in excess of 4000 citations and her ResearchGate score is among the top 5% of ResearchGate members.
Tess envisions a healthier world in which science and learned wisdom are brought together to empower people to take responsibility for their own health. She believes that what defines us as human beings is our capacity, desire, and freedom to choose. We can choose to live in fear and separation, or with joy, trust, love, and compassion together.
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Cultivating optimism in times of adversity Many years ago, when I still lived in South Africa with my husband and small children, we were burgled. I won’t go into details, only to say that it was violent and terrifying. Unable even to consider returning to the scene of the crime, we ended up staying at a friend’s house for a couple of months. Needless to say, we were all traumatised. I remember one day shortly after the break-in, opening my friend’s wardrobe and finding a quote from Marcus Aurelius that said: Everything that happens, happens as it should, and if you observe carefully, you will find this to be so. Accepting that everything happens for a reason and all is as it should be has become a tricky concept to entertain in modern times where we are encouraged to blame other parties for our circumstances. But as I read it then, I realised it was true, and in that moment, there was complete acceptance of how things were. I had no blame for the men who broke in. On the contrary, I remember feeling genuine compassion for them, because I had seen that they too were afraid. I could empathise with their perspective; they and we were raised in a political environment that fostered fear, mistrust and separation based on racial differences – divide and conquer being the age-old device of governments to control people. Integration of this experience in part shapes my approach to current life events.
Trust the mothers At the end of September, I received an email that began thus: Good morning Dr Lawrie, I am writing from Florida, USA. I am the mother of a 22-year-old son who nearly died after his mRNA vaccine. My goal in sending this email to you is so that we can save lives. Heather Hudson has important information to share, and it’s to do with the lipid nanoparticle wrapper used in the novel Covid injections. Is she a doctor? A paid researcher? No, she’s a mother who’s used her medical experience to do her own research and find out what’s happened to her son. He used to be healthy and fit (photo below left). Today, he walks with a cane and has a rare, life-threatening blood disorder. Doctors, health professionals, parents, readers, please read Heather’s account, and let’s help her save lives. After his Covid vaccine, my then 21-year-old son began having strange symptoms and was then hospitalized with a large pulmonary embolism. The embolism caused leaky heart valves as the large blood clot put pressure on his heart. He also had thrombocytopenia (low platelets that caused bleeding), he struggled to breathe, had weakness, and more. His Covid tests were negative each day, and with sudden thrombosis and thrombocytopenia, I questioned the vaccine.
Who has the courage to listen to the vaccine injured? Yesterday afternoon, as press and politicians went into hyperdrive over the failure of one prime minister and speculation over who might be next, the real political travesty of the age was quietly unfolding in Portcullis House in the House of Commons. The first All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) meeting on vaccine damage had already been delayed from its original date of the 16th September. How many vaccinated and hurt since then? Our half of the room was packed: mainly by the vaccine injured and bereaved, and loved ones representing those unable to make the journey to Westminster. Many of these men and women had travelled far at significant cost, with those still fit to work taking a day off to be there. The physical and emotional energy invested by those in the room was enormous. We sat together, looking across to the other side of the room in dismay. Because while more than 100 people sat on our side, just five politicians bothered to turn up. Five.
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They Want Us to Hate Each Other Immaculée Ilibagiza was born in Rwanda in 1972. As a teenager, she went to school one day and noticed that her teacher was taking attendance a bit differently than she had done in the past. Starting on this particular day, the teacher began adding a single word after each student’s name. Depending on the student’s ethnicity, that word was either “Hutu” or “Tutsi.” Immaculée describes this as the moment when she first became aware that there was any such thing as a Hutu or a Tutsi. It was the first time she realized that she was a Tutsi, and that most of her classmates were Hutus. It was also the day she learned that Hutus and Tutsis are supposed to hate each other. That Incident Did Not Happen by Accident. It was a very small element of a much larger campaign aimed at dividing the world into an “us” and a “them.” Tragically, that effort eventually achieved its intended purpose. In 1993, the Hutu-led Rwandan government lent its support to a new broadcast service called RTLM (Radio Télévision Libre des Mille Collines). The content on RTLM was characterized by a sharply anti-Tutsi slant. Announcers frequently referred to Tutsis as “cockroaches” that needed to be exterminated. They used their platform to cast blame upon Tutsis for the country’s ills, fueling ethnic hatred, often with fabricated stories about Tutsi plots to undermine the Hutu population. In April of 1994, Immaculée returned from college for the Easter holidays, completely unaware of the terror that was about to unfold.
Special Guest John O’Looney
BOMBSHELL: British Funeral Director John O’Looney: Deaths Skyrocketed ‘300%’ After Covid Vaccine Statements from a courageous funeral director went viral in September after he shared observations about those who died in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. John O’Looney, director of Milton Keynes Family Funeral Services, continues to crush the narrative in an exclusive RAIR Foundation USA interview. After O’Looney spoke out last month, “about 65 professionals from within the industry in various positions” have approached him with similar stories about the nature of the dead arriving at funeral homes. Deaths Before and After Vaccine. In America, assisted living home deaths marked a huge amount, if not the majority, of coronavirus deaths, as reported at RAIR. But it is not just about elderly patients being more susceptible to the coronavirus, there is deep speculation that deaths of the elderly could have been prevented, and may have been deliberate. John O’Looney and his colleagues noticed that for the first year, there were no surplus deaths at all and if anything, fewer deaths. Those who died supposedly from the coronavirus, O’Looney asserts, appear to have succumbed to a drug called Midazolam given to nursing home residents. The funeral home director is not alone in his suspicion.
Study: Myocarditis risk 2 to 3 times higher from Moderna than Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine The incidence of myocarditis — inflammation of the heart muscle — is two- to threefold higher after a second dose of the Moderna Spikevax COVID-19 vaccine than the Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, a study released Monday says. But Moderna tells UPI the benefits of its vaccine “significantly outweigh” the risks. Males under age 40 who received the Moderna vaccine were shown to have the highest rates of myocarditis, and the researchers said the study’s findings support the idea of recommending specific vaccines for certain populations to maximize benefits and minimize adverse events. But the scientists underscored that cases of heart inflammation as a serious side effect from either mRNA vaccine are rare overall — also stressed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which said it is actively monitoring the situation, and by the manufacturer itself. The most common symptoms of myocarditis are chest pain, fever, fatigue, shortness of breath, and a rapid or irregular pulse, says the National Institutes of Health. Heart inflammation can lead to serious complications, including heart failure, shock or death. Moderna, in an emailed statement provided by spokesman Luke Mircea-Willats, said its “mRNA-1273 has been administered to hundreds of millions of people worldwide and has been shown to be effective against both the original strain of the virus and its major variants.