Oct 17

“Fakery: major media preparing to steal election-night outcome?” by Jon Rappoport

trump-clinton-debateOctober 17, 2016 (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrixclick here.)

Note: this article is about the early projections media outlets make on election night—when they call the winner.

Here it is in a nutshell: major media consider the election a media event.

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Oct 16

Sunday, LIVE from TTAC! Ocean Robbins, Jeffery Jaxen, AJ, Dr. Roby Mitchell and the latest in health news! Vaccines, Haiti, and more!

October 16, 2016

Sunday on the Robert Scott Bell Show: Just an FYI if you don’t track RSB like a crazy stalker, he has been at The Truth About Cancer Summit since Thursday, hosted by friends to the show, and TTAC documentary producers, Ty and Charlene Bollinger.  While there, he’s been able to connect with some of the coolest and smartest people in the health movement, and share their stories with us!


Ocean Robbins

Kicking off the show with: Ocean Robbins!

After Hurricane Matthew in Haiti:  The World Health Organization (WHO) is sending a million doses of cholera vaccine to Haiti, where more than 200 cases of the killer disease have been reported since Hurricane Matthew struck on 4 October. A race is on to curb new outbreaks before the imminent rainy season makes toilets overflow, helping cholera to spread. “The top priority, clearly, for those people affected by the hurricane is to give them access to safe water. That’s the only way we can control cholera,” Dr Dominique Legros, a WHO expert, said on Tuesday.

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Oct 14

RSB at TTAC! Streaming live from Dallas! Cancer Q&A with the Captain, special Doc of Detox, Mike Adams, author Sunil Pai, Dr. Edward Group.

October 14th, 2016, 7-9pm

Friday on the Robert Scott Bell Show: 

fotolia_3371368_xsFreshman Friday with Captain Morgen!  It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month…but where are we on finding a cure, even after billions of dollars have been spent?  Is Joe Biden’s “moonshot” a thing?  What about preventing cancer?  What can we do to be protecting ourselves?  How much do our genes really determine? We can’t blame it all on bad-luck, that’s for sure!

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Oct 13

Sacred Fire of Liberty, Cheryl, Jonathan, Norm! Lame duck Obama, 15 year war, RSB live from TTAC Dallas! Cost of cancer, clueless doctors

October, 13, 2016 7-9pm EDT

Thursday, on the Robert Scott Bell Show: Sacred fire of Liberty burns bright!

Statue-of-Liberty-at-SunriseCheryl Chumley, Jonathon Emord, Norm Singleton guest host.  

Most would find incredible the notion that forcing up to 450 volts of electricity into a person’s brain to induce a grand mal seizure would not pose a high risk of catastrophic brain injury, yet the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) presumes, without the benefit of scientific proof, that the long-term effects of Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) pose no high risk for psychiatric patients.

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Oct 12

Good news on kratom! 24 hr CBD? Hyland’s hides from FDA, Ty Bollinger, Outside the Box, breast cancer month, microbiome, relapse, and more!

Wednesday, October 12, 2016 7-9pm EDT

Wednesday, on the Robert Scott Bell Show: 

kraton-leavesThe Drug Enforcement Administration is reversing a widely criticized decision that would have banned the use of kratom, a plant that researchers say could help mitigate the effects of the opioid epidemic.Citing the public outcry and a need to obtain more research, the DEA is withdrawing its notice of intent to ban the drug, according to a preliminary document that will be posted to the Federal Register Thursday.

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Oct 11

Sugar in the law! Baby guts, health vs harm. Cannabis is medicine in UK! Mary Beth Gonzalez, Dr. Gonzalez’s Conquering Cancer, Volume One!

October, 11, 2016 7-9pm EDT

Tuesday on the Robert Scott Bell Show: 

coke-or-pepsiThe beverage giants Coca-Cola and PepsiCo have given millions of dollars to nearly 100 prominent health groups in recent years, while simultaneously spending millions to defeat public health legislation that would reduce Americans’ soda intake, according to public health researchers.

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Oct 11

“This is a crime that could sink Hillary” by Jon Rappoport

This is a crime that could sink Hillary—I mean it

The Clintons: how Putin grabbed a fifth of all US uranium

No. It couldn’t be. It’s unbelievable. It’s too insane. Nobody could get away with a crime like this.

But it’s true. And the Clintons have gotten away with it.

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Oct 11

“The rise of the deplorables” by Jon Rappoport

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Former President Bill Clinton react as balloons fall during the final day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Thursday, July 28, 2016. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

October 11, 2016 (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrixclick here.)

Something is happening in America.

Against all odds, people are seeing a coming dawn. In the darkness, new hope. And this hope is not being manufactured. This is not Obama hope. This is not sly wickedness. This is not wretchedness in disguise. This is not hate and revenge wearing a mask of share and care.

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Oct 10

Ikea kicks Autistic kids? #Vaxxed Polly Tommey and Del Bigtree! Dr. Buttar, hospital bed dangers, flu shot scam, gut microbiome, brain health!

Monday, October 10, 2016 7-9pm EDT

Monday on the Robert Scott Bell Show: Boycott #IKEA?

kindergarten_0A nationwide look at how many kindergartners get all their required vaccines hints that parental opposition to vaccines may on the decline
. In New Jersey, the rate of parents receiving exemptions from mandate shots has held steady for kindergartners, a rate that is near the national average, according to data just released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, four of the states with much higher exemption rates – California, Arizona, Idaho, and Vermont – all saw a significant retreat from those high levels. Could this be because parents are more intimidated now that there are more laws and less exemptions? Are they simply being forced to comply where before they weren’t?

I read a New York Times article talking about the importance of getting a flu shot and, given the source, immediately suspected that the opposite is true.  Turns out I was right. The CDC says that last year, the effectiveness of the flu shot was less than 40%, and the year before that, it was only 14% effective.  That’s astonishingly low. Just think if your polio or tetanus vaccination were only 14% reliable.  You’d think something is wrong.  Vaccines are not supposed to have such low rates of effectiveness.


Special Guests: Polly Tommey and Del Bigtree! Why did #IKEA call the cops on the #VaXxed bus?

The story as covered by our friend Erin Elizabeth of HealthNut News:  

vaxxed-bus-memePolly Tommey (producer and a star in the film Vaxxed) and Del Bigtree were in Maryland yesterday where IKEA shoppers were getting a look at the bus in their huge parking lot (or car park, as Polly says).


Team Vaxxed wasn’t selling a thing – they were just talking to some vaccine injured children. However, Ikea forced the children, parents and bus to leave (despite the size of their massive parking lot) and (allegedly) said they wanted nothing to do with the film, nor did they want to be associated with it. RSB talks with Del and Polly to raise img_3658corporate awareness about the very real danger they put their customers in may calling the police whenever autistic  (read: vaccine injured) children are involved.

Then, Just because a high-end fashion designer makes a purse that looks like a pill bottle doesn’t mean consumers are going to find it any less controversial than the syringe pens sold at Target or the prescription pill bottle shot glasses from Urban Outfitters. For that reason, Nordstrom says it will no longer sell a line of clothing from Italian designer Moschino.


Hour 2 ~ Advanced Medicine Monday with Dr. Rashid Buttar!

stiller-jolieActor Ben Stiller’s disclosure this week that he had prostate cancer, and his public plea for early screening — despite the medical evidence against it — has some health experts decrying it as the “Jolie effect.” In an interview on Howard Stern’s Sirius XM radio show and an essay later posted on Medium.com, the Zoolander actor said he owes his life to the prostate specific antigen (PSA) test — the same test doctors are being strongly advised not to use with asymptomatic men, particularly younger men like Stiller.

A 73-year-old woman who died of complications from influenza was the region’s first fatality of the current flu season, county health officials reported Thursday. The unnamed woman died Tuesday after a brief hospitalization, according to the county Health and Human Services Agency. She was not vaccinated and suffered from existing medical Dr.-Buttar-picture-2-242x300conditions. “This is one of the earliest deaths from seasonal influenza ever reported in the county,” said Dr. Sayone Thihalolipavan, the county deputy public health officer. “The seasonal influenza vaccine is widely available and we urge everyone six months of age and older to get it before flu activity increases.”

One in five cases of chemical-induced liver damage come from herbal and dietary supplements, a research review concludes. A decade ago, less than one in 10 cases could be linked to supplements, researchers report in the journal Hepatology. Up to half of U.S. adults consume supplements that contain ingredients such as vitamins, minerals, teas and proteins to improve diet, as well as illegal anabolic steroids, which are synthetic versions of testosterone used to boost athletic performance, the study found.

Could neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s originate in the gut? New research from the US, published in the journal Nature, shows that certain proteins produced by gut bacteria may be linked to neurodegeneration in rats. A team of researchers at Louisville School of Medicine found that neuron destruction processes in the brain could be triggered by proteins produced by gut microbiota.

hospital-bedIf the previous occupant of a hospital bed received antibiotics, the next patient who uses that bed may be at higher risk for a severe form of infectious diarrhea, according to a new study.

We don’t have great data on how many of the nation’s 80,000 medical students take their own lives each year. Few studies have addressed the issue, with varying results. But suicide is a major issue for medical schools. In surveys, roughly 10 percent of medical students have reported having thoughts of killing themselves within the past year. What drives these bright young people to take their own lives?


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Oct 10

“High Alert: the election can still be rigged” By Jon Rappoport

votetwiceOctober 10, 2016 NoMoreFakeNews.com

I’m reposting this piece because, amazingly, the vote-rigging system it describes has not gotten widespread attention. The system can be used across the entire US.

As we know, there are a number of ways to rig an election. Bev Harris, at blackboxvoting.org, is exploring a specific “cheat sheet” that has vast implications for the Trump vs. Hillary contest.

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