July 28, 2019 1-3PM ET
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Marianne Williamson Said Antidepressants Are Overprescribed For “Normal Human Despair” Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson told BuzzFeed News’ AM to DMthat she believes antidepressants are overprescribed by doctors and that they aren’t needed to treat situations she categorized as instances of “normal human despair” instead of a mental illness. “The twenties can be very hard. They’re not a mental illness. Divorce can be very difficult, losing a loved one, someone that you know died, someone left in a relationship and you’re heartbroken — that’s very painful, but it’s not a mental illness,” Williamson said on AM to DM on Friday. “You had a professional failure, you lost your job, you went bankrupt. Those things are very difficult, but they’re not a mental illness.”
Special Guest – Larry Cook
Larry Cook became a passionate advocate for natural living and the healthy lifestyle in 1990 after reading John Robbins’ revolutionary book Diet for a New America. The book changed his life – he became a vegetarian, lost 40 pounds and had more energy than ever before. Larry’s success with this lifestyle and subsequent 10 years of research inspired him to publish two magazines devoted to natural living. He hired writers to create custom articles on a wide variety of topics he was passionate about, including the manipulation of our food supply, natural medicine, holistic dentistry and environmental toxins, to name a few. The Natural Life News & Directory, launched in 2000, now boasts a circulation of 15,000 in Bozeman, Montana, and The EcoVision Journal – launched in 2001 – enjoyed a wide, loyal readership in Seattle, Washington until it was sold in 2002. In both cities the magazines became a trusted authority on health, environmental and other natural lifestyle issues. Larry’s 240 page softcover book, The Beginner’s Guide to Natural Living, was released in 2005. Larry launched his YouTube Channel in 2006 to showcase his natural health and healthy lifestyle videos to the public
Larry has worked in the video/film industry for over 20 years and most recently was a location sound mixer in the Los Angeles area from 2003 to 2012 where he worked on “electronic press kit” projects (usually celebrity shoots and behind-the-scenes on movies, music videos, TV commercials, red carpet events and product launches) as well as on TV shows. He was the Executive Director at the California Naturopathic Doctors Association from 2012 to 2016. His latest project and passion is fighting vaccine mandates, and you can find his latest work at Stop Mandatory Vaccination and The Vaccine Free Child. Larry is a photographer and also enjoys communicating the natural and healthy lifestyle message to as many people as possible by trying to make the content of the messages as obvious as possible for that ah-ha moment.
Facebook Shutting Down Largest Anti-Vax Group on Its Platform A massive Facebook group dedicated to spreading fear and misinformation related to vaccines is on the verge of being shut down. Stop Mandatory Vaccination administrator Larry Cook announced to the 167,00 group members that the group has violated dozens of community guidelines, and Facebook has had enough. According to a post uploaded by Larry Cook, his group “Stop Mandatory Vaccinations” is about to be shut down. Cook shared a screenshot from Facebook alerting him of the violations of the group. In Spring 2019, Facebook announced changes to its community guidelines related to groups and pages that spread vaccine misinformation. Facebook said that groups that continually shared false or misleading information related to vaccines could be shut down. Additionally, Facebook tasked group administrators with monitoring the content shared in the group.
Special Guest – Jon Rappoport!
Jon Rappoport has worked as a free-lance investigative reporter for over 30 years. He is the author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX. He has written articles on politics, health, media, culture and art for LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, Village Voice, Nexus, CBS Healthwatch, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. In 1982, the LA Weekly submitted his name for a Pulitzer prize, for his interview with the president of El Salvador University, where the military had taken over the campus.
Jon’s blog is up and running again! The content now resides on a server independent of WordPress.com Check it out!
Google Takes Position in Controversial Vaccine Safety Debate In the first-ever attempt to influence public opinion, using powers at their disposal, Google “search” has decided to actively manipulate available information by removing controversial online discourse raging over vaccine safety from the results they provide. Websites who promote or provide a platform for critical perspectives of vaccine safety, questioning the lack of safety studies or vaccine efficacy, found that Google has unilaterally removed the search traffic they once enjoyed, without engaging in any debate or providing any notice, or any explanation! ‘Don’t be evil’, Google’s motto during their growth phase, different from ‘Do no evil’, was “chosen because it leaves room for honest disagreements, but still encourages Google to strive to make the world better“. But are Google still striving to make the world better by removing ‘honest disagreements’ or has there been a change of policy? Are mottos like ‘don’t be evil’ or ‘make the world better’ compatible with unilaterally and secretly deciding what specific information is made available to the public by removing honest disagreements and controversial sources of information (claimed to be misinformation), while quietly choosing which narrative will prevail?
NY Brushes Off Bias Claims in New Anti-Vaccine Suit Accused in a new lawsuit of disability discrimination, New York Attorney General Letitia James on Friday defended vaccine requirements for children to attend school. “Vaccines ensure the health and safety of our children, our families, and our communities,” James said in a statement. “This law will help protect New Yorkers from experiencing any additional public health crises, which is why we are prepared to defend it vigorously.” The statement came a day after four mothers and a couple brought an anonymous federal complaint in Central Islip that says their children will be unable to attend school in the fall thanks to New York’s repeal last month of a religious exemption to vaccination requirements. “Because of the state’s imprudent actions, in September at the start of school, disabled children in New York will be relegated to their homes without access to their federally protected school services, placements, and programming guaranteed to them under the IEPs,” the complaint says, using an abbreviation for Individualized Education Programs, which schools use to prepare for the unique needs of children with disabilities.
Anti-vaccine billboards appear in several states, including West Virginia Anti-vaccine billboards claiming that routine childhood shots are deadly have popped up in several West Virginia cities. They warn that the son of former Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter Nick Catone died from a vaccine, though the infant’s death was officially ruled to be sudden infant death syndrome. A physician director for the Cabell-Huntington Health Department, Dr. Michael Kilkenny, says the case is tragic but the medical community’s consensus that vaccines are safe and effective remains unchanged. The Herald-Dispatch reported Sunday that the messages have appeared this month in Parkersburg, Dunbar and Huntington as part of a national campaign by the nonprofit Learn The Risk group. More than 30 similar billboards have cropped up in Pennsylvania, New York and other states.
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More upcoming RSB events:
- The Truth About Cancer LIVE Oct 11-13 2019 Anaheim, CA
- Trinity Health Freedom Expo Oct 26-27 2019 Tinley Park, IL