May 30, 2023 3-5PM ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
A Cheat Sheet for Legislators Regarding the WHO and Health Emergencies We are told that, in a world of multiplying health emergencies, it has become necessary to give up some independence in return for safety. It is a tribute to those backing this agenda through the World Health Organization (WHO) that this message continues to gain credence. If humans are important, then we should also understand its flaws, and decide whether they matter. The World Health Organization is not independent, and is significantly privately directed. Early WHO funding was dominated by ‘assessed’ contributions from countries, based on national income, and the WHO decided how to use this core funding to achieve the greatest impact. Now, WHO funding is mainly ‘specified,’ meaning that the funder may decide how and where the work will be done. The WHO has become a conduit through which a funder can implement programs from which they stand to benefit. These funders are increasingly private entities; the second largest funder of the WHO is the foundation of a software entrepreneur and Big Pharma investor. In ceding power to the WHO, a state will be ceding power to the funders of it. They can then profit by imposing the increasingly centralized and commodity-based approach that the WHO is taking. The WHO rightly represents all countries. This means that member states run by military dictatorships or other non-democratic regimes have an equal say at the World Health Assembly (WHA), the WHO’s governing body. In ceding power to the WHO, democratic States are therefore sharing decision-making power over the health of their own citizens with these non-democratic states, some of whom will have geopolitical reasons to restrict a democratic state’s people and harm its economy. While equal say in policy may be appropriate for a purely advisory organization, ceding actual power over citizens to such an organization is obviously incompatible with democracy.
Special Guest Gregory Wrightstone
Gregory Wrightstone is a geologist with more than 35 years of studying the Earth’s processes. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Waynesburg University and a master’s from West Virginia University, both in the field of geology. He has presented the results of his research around the world, including India, Ireland and China.
Gregory’s book was the result of a quest for the truth about climate change — a subject uncritically reported by the mainstream media of an Earth lurching inexorably toward climate apocalypse. Contrary to the hyperbole of climate alarmists, Wrightstone’s review of the science provides the historical context of the Earth that shows clearly that rising temperatures and increasing carbon dioxide are benefiting both the planet and the human condition.
Greg is a strong proponent of the scientific process and believes that policy decisions should be driven by science, facts and data — not a political agenda.
FDA ‘Flagrantly Violating’ Law Requiring It to Protect Public From Wireless Device Radiation Five nonprofit science and public health advocacy groups on Wednesday filed a citizen petition with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) alleging the agency is “flagrantly violating” a federal statute related to non-ionizing radiation from wireless devices. The groups — led by Americans for Responsible Technology (ART), founded “to provide a presence in the District of Columbia for the growing number of grassroots organizations advocating for safe technology solutions in their communities” — demanded the FDA comply with a federal law that requires the agency to take certain actions to protect the public from unnecessary exposure to radiation from electronic products. According to ART, Congress in 1968 passed Public Law 90-602, which declared “the public health and safety must be protected from the dangers of electronic product radiation” and prescribed in 21 USC 360ii Program of Control certain activities that the FDA is required to carry out to mitigate and address. Other petitioners include Grassroots Environmental Education, Consumers for Safe Cell Phones, California Brain Tumor Association, Manhattan Neighbors for Safer Telecommunications, and four individuals who said they experienced negative financial, health and emotional damage due to wireless radiation. The petitioners said the agency has failed to obey the law — and consequently has put U.S. citizens at increased risk of harm from wireless radiation. “This isn’t complicated,” said Doug Wood, ART’s founder and director, in a press release. “The FDA has a clear and unambiguous legal obligation to carry out certain activities designed to reduce the public’s exposure to radiation from all kinds of electronic products, including cell phones, routers, laptops, tablets, and wireless utility meters.” “FDA is ignoring the law as if it doesn’t exist,” Wood added.
Pediatricians Get Paid to Push Vaccines — and It’s No Small Amount of Cash In April, I reported how primary care providers across the U.S. were bribed with incentive programs to coerce patients into getting the toxic COVID-19 shot. Since there was no medical malpractice liability, doctors profited while patients risked their lives as participants in an unprecedented medical experiment, all while being lied to about the safety and effectiveness of these injections. Even more egregiously, once the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized the COVID-19 shot for children, similar vaccination incentives were extended to pediatricians as well. As detailed in an Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Medicaid provider bulletin dated July 2022, doctors received $50 for each Medicaid patient aged 6 months and older, who got the experimental jab. Pediatricians are financially incentivized to vaccinate As it turns out, doctors have been financially incentivized to vaccinate children for a long time. According to a 1999 JAMA Pediatrics article, the average patient load of American pediatricians is 1,546, although the number of patients was “significantly higher in less populated areas and solo practices.” Of these, 8.3% were younger than 1 year, 9.5% were 1 year old and 8.6% were 2 years old. That means approximately 26.4% of the average pediatrician’s patients were 2 years old and younger. More recent data, published in 2021, show 75% of pediatricians have between 1,000 and 1,800 patients and 21% have around 1,200 patients; most practices, 65%, are in the 1,000 to 1,500 range.
Special Guest – Courtenay Turner
Courtenay Turner is the host of “The Courtenay Turner Podcast”, “WIM what is movement” her new show coming soon “The Right Voices” a speaker and aerial acrobatic performer. Having spent her academic career largely seeped in the world of philosophical and psychological texts, and being a passionate athlete and performing artist, paved the way for the world in which she is currently immersed. While many today know her as the host of The Courtenay Turner podcast where she boldly seeks truth, diving into a myriad of deep topics surrounding issues of health, fitness, medicine, philosophy, psychology, politics, geopolitics & sociocultural zeitgeist, she was born with a rare set of circumstances that has greatly impacted her perspective on life. Courtenay was born with congenital rubella. Her mother had the German measles during first trimester of pregnancy. Some of the ramifications including but not limited to unilateral blindness, severe bilateral hearing impairment, hypotonia affecting the limbs, heart complications, asymmetrical bone development, stunted growth, poor fine and graphic motor coordination and several other afflictions. They told her mother the best she could hope was to find a nice institution if which to spend her life. She is fascinated by the human psyche and the power of humanity. She believes humans are capable of so much more than most realize and can defy the greatest odds! Through all of her content creation she aims to inspire, inform and empower, and hopefully contribute to the preservation of the freewill of humanity!
Questions of The Day!
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