Who Is Better at Raising Your Child, Bradley Freedom, The Freedom People, Protect your wealth, Private Membership Associations, Freedom jobs, Four Pillars of Medical Ethics, Therapeutic relationship, Prozac unsafe, Western diet Alzheimer’s, Asthma attacks, AM radio going away and MORE!
May 15th, 2023 3-5PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Who Is Better at Raising Your Child, You or the State? The Belgian politician Connor Rousseau and his social-democratic Vooruit party want to require parents to sendft to the parents. The state must take its responsibility and release money. A few billion is enough to get the job done. No one knows where that money will come from. But if necessary, some additional printing can be done. That is actually a way to make the population pay more taxes without them realizing it. Citizens nowadays pay barely 53 percent taxes. A little more loyalty to the state is welcome. Moreover, it is for their own good, and that of their descendants. Citizens do not realize enough how important it is that their children are brought up well. Just as they do not realize that they cannot actually do that themselves and that the state must do it for them. And if inflation leads to the collapse of the financial system, then a solution is already at hand: the introduction of the CBDC – the digital currency of the central banks. This will be linked to the digital passport and a social credit system. In this way, the state will educate not only the child, but the parents as well, according to a system of punishment and reward that Pavlov tested on dogs.
Special Guest Bradley Freedom
Brad is a former active duty Marine turned entrepreneur who is motivated to uphold the Truth. He awoke during his time in the Marines and felt called to seek Truth. He has helped build several tech start ups with an unmatched work ethic. He is committed to helping like minded people in creating a new culture that will not bow down to tyranny.
7 Benefits of Dandelion Tea, According to Medical Doctors Those bright yellow buds are a sign of sunny weather, and some of us think of the dandelion as a nuisance that’s necessary to pluck. But what if we told you that dandelions hold some powerful effects for your health? Dr. Peter Michael, MD, MBA, a doctor who specializes in the science of aging and chief medical officer at VUE—along with Dr. Mahmud Kara, MD, a former physician at The Cleveland Clinic and founder of KaraMD—suggest that while popular blends like green tea and chamomile tea tend to dominate the market, dandelion tea is the loose-leaf underdog you may want to reconsider. Between all the long-term and day-to-day dandelion tea benefits, it may be worth tossing a box into your shopping cart. For starters, says Dr. Michael: “Since the beginning of time, people have revered the dandelion—known as Taraxacum officinale—for its amazing medicinal properties. In particular, ‘taraxacum‘ is a Greek word that means ‘anti-inflammatory,’ and ‘officinale‘ is the common name for plants.” Dr. Kara adds: “Dandelion tea can be a great alternative to less healthy beverages like sugary coffees or even diet sodas that contain artificial sweeteners. If you’re looking to cut back on these items but still want to enjoy a daily beverage, dandelion tea has numerous health benefits.”
The Four Pillars of Medical Ethics Were Destroyed in the Covid Response Much like a Bill of Rights, a principal function of any Code of Ethics is to set limits, to check the inevitable lust for power, the libido dominandi, that human beings tend to demonstrate when they obtain authority and status over others, regardless of the context. Though it may be difficult to believe in the aftermath of COVID, the medical profession does possess a Code of Ethics. The four fundamental concepts of Medical Ethics – its 4 Pillars – are Autonomy, Beneficence, Non-maleficence, and Justice. Autonomy, Beneficence, Non-maleficence, and Justice These ethical concepts are thoroughly established in the profession of medicine. I learned them as a medical student, much as a young Catholic learns the Apostle’s Creed. As a medical professor, I taught them to my students, and I made sure my students knew them. I believed then (and still do) that physicians must know the ethical tenets of their profession, because if they do not know them, they cannot follow them. These ethical concepts are indeed well-established, but they are more than that. They are also valid, legitimate, and sound. They are based on historical lessons, learned the hard way from past abuses foisted upon unsuspecting and defenseless patients by governments, health care systems, corporations, and doctors. Those painful, shameful lessons arose not only from the actions of rogue states like Nazi Germany, but also from our own United States: witness Project MK-Ultra and the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment.
LAUNCH: ANH Reframes Ethics for the Therapeutic Relationship In 2021, tragedy struck a 37-year-old mother of two in the Seattle area. She was a committed wife and mother, devoting herself to being the best caregiver possible to her children. Then the pandemic hit. She was opposed to getting the COVID vaccine: because she was young and in good health, she knew the risks of serious COVID complications were small—smaller, in her determination, than the unknown risks of the experimental vaccines being deployed on the public. But because she did not get vaccinated, she was blocked from being the active participant in her daughters’ lives that she wanted to be. Ultimately, she decided to get the vaccine on August 26, 2021. On September 7, she died from COVID-19 Vaccine-Induced Thrombotic Thrombocytopenia. Sadly, this kind of story is far from an isolated incident. Few of us will not have experienced, witnessed, or heard of one or more deeply disturbing and heart-rending travesties of medical ethics over the last three years. Perhaps you’re aware of breaches of respect for the autonomy or privacy of individuals? Or the failure of health authorities to offer the public properly informed consent? Government and medical authorities were able to coerce consent to COVID vaccination through a variety of tactics, including withholding information that would have likely greatly changed the public perception of the risk/benefit profile of those products. Those who refused to consent often faced discrimination, including loss of livelihood.
Prozac Is Unsafe and Ineffective for Young People, Analysis Finds A new analysis finds that Prozac (generic name fluoxetine) is unsafe and ineffective for treating depression in children and adolescents. Regulatory documents show that trial participants attempted suicide after taking fluoxetine, but these events were excluded from the final journal publication. I notified the journal of the new findings, but the editor refuses to correct the record. Prozac approval In 2002, Prozac (fluoxetine), manufactured by Eli Lilly, was FDA-approved for the treatment of depression in children and adolescents based on data from two clinical trials. The two trials were published in peer-reviewed journals in 1997 (Study 1) and 2002 (Study 2). Both publications reported a small benefit of fluoxetine over placebo in young people with depression and there appeared to be no major safety concerns. Subsequently, fluoxetine became one of the most prescribed antidepressants for children aged 0-19 years in the US, and is in the top 5 most prescribed antidepressants in England. Restoring old trials An initiative called Restoring Invisible and Abandoned Trials (RIAT) has enabled researchers to “restore” old clinical trial publications by analysing documents submitted to drug regulators by the drug companies.
Western Diet Identified as Risk Factor For Alzheimer’s Disease, Scientists Warn We don’t know how to cure Alzheimer’s disease yet, but scientists are learning more about what increases or decreases our risk of developing it – and one of those risk factors seems to be the diet we’ve become accustomed to in the Western world. A new review of 38 previous studies from the last five years identifies the Western diet pattern as a risk factor for developing Alzheimer’s in mild-to-moderate cases of the disease. On the other hand, the Mediterranean diet, the ketogenic diet, and diet supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids and probiotics appear to protect against the disease, but only in those mild-to-moderate cases. Researchers from several institutions in China propose that dietary changes could be one way of reducing the risk of developing Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia and limiting the damage it does to our cognitive abilities. “Certain nutritional interventions may slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease and improve cognitive function and quality of life,” write the researchers in their published paper. In the studies analyzed, these “nutritional interventions” improved cognitive function and quality of life for those with mild-to-moderate Alzheimer’s. They also seemed to slow down the progression of the disease.
Question of The Day!
Hello again rsb and super d! Question of MY day is: if someone is having an asthma attack with mild to moderate wheezing, what would you do for them to give immediate relief? Thank you for always being a shining light and voice of sanity in my life.
(lorraine) so you can tell the bothersome lori apart from others. Lol IM KIDDING
End of a love affair: AM radio is being removed from many cars America’s love affair between the automobile and AM radio — a century-long romance that provided the soundtrack for lovers’ lanes, kept the lonely company with ballgames and chat shows, sparked family singalongs and defined road trips — is on the verge of collapse, a victim of galloping technological change and swiftly shifting consumer tastes. The breakup is entirely one-sided, a move by major automakers to eliminate AM radios from new vehicles despite protests from station owners, listeners, first-responders and politicians from both major parties. Automakers, such as BMW, Volkswagen, Mazda and Tesla, are removing AM radios from new electric vehicles because electric engines can interfere with the sound of AM stations. And Ford, one of the nation’s top-three auto sellers, is taking a bigger step, eliminating AM from all of its vehicles, electric or gas-operated. Some station owners and advertisers contend that losing access to the car dashboard will indeed be a death blow to many of the nation’s 4,185 AM stations — the possible demise of a core element of the nation’s delivery system for news, political talk (especially on the right), coverage of weather emergencies and foreign language programming.