WHO monkeypox emergency, Children cases, Jefferey Jaxen, Parent vaccine hesitancy, Kid jab rates, Natural food preferences, Ernest Ramirez, Pfizer adverse events, Vax related death, DNA weapons, Tuskegee anniversary and MORE!

July 25th, 2022 3-5PM ET

Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:

WHO declares rapidly spreading monkeypox outbreak a global health emergency The expanding monkeypox outbreak in more than 70 countries is an “extraordinary” situation that qualifies as a global emergency, the World Health Organization chief said Saturday, a declaration that could spur further investment in treating the once-rare disease and worsen the scramble for scarce vaccines. A global emergency is WHO’s highest level of alert but the designation does not necessarily mean a disease is particularly transmissible or lethal. Similar declarations were made for the Zika virus in 2016 in Latin America and the ongoing effort to eradicate polio, in addition to the COVID-19 pandemic and the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus made the decision on calling monkeypox a global emergency despite a lack of consensus among experts on the U.N. health agency’s emergency committee, saying he acted as “a tiebreaker.” It was the first time a U.N. health agency chief has unilaterally made such a decision without an expert recommendation. “We have an outbreak that has spread around the world rapidly through new modes of transmission, about which we understand too little,” Tedros said. “I know this has not been an easy or straightforward process and that there are divergent views.” WHO’s emergencies chief, Dr. Michael Ryan, said the director-general declared monkeypox a global emergency to ensure that the world takes the current outbreaks seriously.

CDC confirms first U.S. cases of monkeypox in children The U.S. has confirmed the first two cases of monkeypox in children, Centers for Disease Control Prevention and Control (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky said Friday. Why it matters: The CDC has said children, especially those under 8 years old, are among those at “especially increased risk” for severe monkeypox disease. What she’s saying: “Both of those children are traced back to individuals who come from the men-who-have-sex-with-men community, the gay men’s community,” Walensky said at a virtual event with the Washington Post on Friday. Both children “are doing well,” she added. In a statement, the CDC said the cases are unrelated to one another, and that both are “likely the result of household transmission.” The big picture: Men who have sex with other men remain the most vulnerable to monkeypox, but in some countries that saw outbreaks before 2022, young children died at higher rates from the disease, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Sexual contact is also not the only way the disease can be spread.

Special Guest Jefferey Jaxen

Jefferey Jaxen is a researcher, independent investigative journalist, writer and voice for health freedom on the front lines of society’s shift towards higher consciousness.  Jefferey is constantly working behind the scenes to spotlight the untold, censored and under-reported stories of our time. His mission in life is to teach & empower others to take back their power and heal themselves. As a compelling writer, active researcher, and creative force his work has been catapulted into the mainstream. Jefferey was recently featured in the documentary The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest. His writing has been featured by RT, Natural News, InfoWars, Collective-Evolution, Waking Times, GreenMedInfo, The Truth About Cancer and countless others. Along with being a regular guest on national and international television networks and radio shows, his articles are read by tens of thousands weekly. In addition, he has set himself apart with his growing library of unique and original spoken word pieces.

More Parents Believe in UFOs Than Covid Shots For Their ChildrenAfter nearly a month of the government heavily pushing vaccines in kids under 5, only three percent of parents have chosen to get their kids under 5 vaccinated. More parents believe in UFOs I think….”  These were the words of Johns Hopkins University health care expert Dr. Marty Makary during a FOX News interview recently. Is he accurate?  Most Americans believe in intelligent life beyond Earth while few see UFOs as a major national security threat according to a 2021 Pew Research Center survey. Of the 10,417 U.S. adults surveyed, 65% say their best guess is that intelligent life does exist on other planets while 51% says that UFOs are not a threat to national security. Accordingly, “only 2% of parents of children under age five have chosen to get the Covid vaccine, and 40% of parents in rural areas say their pediatricians did not recommend the Covid vaccine for their child.” write Dr. Makary along with co-author Tracy Beth Høeg M.D., Ph.D. in their recent Substack article. The piece has made waves painting a grim picture within U.S. public health agencies as their employee morale is floored and public trust shattered.  “The NIH’s Vaccine Research Center has had many of its senior scientists leave over the last year, including the director, deputy director and chief medical officer. “They have no leadership right now. Suddenly there’s an enormous number of jobs opening up at the highest level positions,” one NIH scientist told us. (The people who spoke to us would only agree to be quoted anonymously, citing fear of professional repercussions.)”


Natural foods appeal to children, study finds Children are more likely to prefer foods they believe to be natural to man-made options, rating them higher for tastiness, safety and desirability, a study shows. Researchers say the tendency in to prefer natural food is well documented. However, the latest findings found this food bias exists in early and middle childhood as well. Researchers at the Universities of Edinburgh and Yale studied the preferences of more than 374 adults and in the United States when presented with apples and orange juice and told of their origins. Testing views In one study, 137 children aged six to 10 years old were shown three apples. They were told one was grown on a , one was made in a lab, and another grown on a tree inside a lab. The team used questionnaires and statistical models to assess the children’s apple preferences in terms of perceived tastiness, perceived safety and desire to eat. Adults took part in the same study to compare . Both children and adults preferred apples they believed were grown on farms to those grown in labs, researchers found.

Comment of The Day!

Hi Guys,
Because –You-“RSB”-have taught me so much– I would like to take this opportunity to teach you–On 7-19-22–at approximately one hour at 45 minutes into the program –you absolutely shocked me–you said “more happy”–My doctor said I will have a FULL RECOVERY from the thank God MILD HEART ATTACK I suffered after hearing the words “more happy”-The correct wording is–Happy/Happier/Happiest DO NOT LET ANYONE TELL YOU THAT “more happy” is acceptable–Don’t be “more angry” with me for the correction.
Bill


Hour 2

Special Guest – Ernest Ramirez (to be rescheduled)

Ernest Ramirez’s 16 year old son Ernesto, Jr. took the Pfizer vaccine in April shortly after the vaccine was authorized for teenagers. But just days after the vaccine, Ernesto Jr. died suddenly of sudden heart complications.

The autopsy came back with heart enlargement. The teenager’s heart was twice the size expected for his age. He died within 5 days of the shot, which is when many cases of myocarditis and pericarditis are showing up post-vaccination in teens, especially boys.

The CDC has since been aware of the increased risk for myocarditis in teens, but most parents are still not aware of the risk, or how serious it can be. A pre-print study that looked at VAERS reports found that the risk for a cardiac adverse event is much higher in teens than is their overall risk of hospitalization from COVID-19.

The CDC estimates 38% of children have seropositivity, meaning, they already have exposure and therefore antibodies to SARS-CoV-2. Many children and teens are being vaccinated despite having immunity to the virus, which has been shown to increase a person’s risk of adverse reactions to the vaccine.

It is unknown if Ernesto had a prior undetected SARS-CoV-2 infection, but newer research is implicating the spike protein in cardiovascular damage, and the vaccine’s main target is the creation of the spike protein, and many children, teens and young adults are having their heart damaged.

“I was the father of a 16 year old son.
A single parent.
I raised my boy since he was a baby.
He meant the world to me .
We were always together.
He was my best friend.
We got the Pfizer vaccine because I thought it would protect him.
I thought it was the right thing to do.
My government lied to me.
They said it was safe, and now . . .
I go home to an empty house.
He was my baby boy.
They need to stop pushing this on our children.
I lost mine.
You need to protect yours.
I love the hell out of my country, but I don’t trust my government anymore.”

— Ernest Ramirez



‘You can take someone’s DNA and design a weapon that can kill them’: House intelligence committee member warns people not to share health data with sites like 23andMe because it can be used to program new bio-weapons to target them A member of the U.S. House Intelligence Committee warned that bio-weapons are being made that use a target’s DNA to only kill that person. Speaking at the Aspen Security Forum on Friday, US Rep Jason Crow of Colorado warned Americans to not be so cavalier about sharing their DNA with private companies due to the coming of the new type of weapon. ‘You can actually take someone’s DNA, take, you know, their medical profile and you can target a biological weapon that will kill that person or take them off the battlefield or make them inoperable,’ Crow said. The congressman said the development of the weapons is worrisome given the popularity of DNA testing services, where people willingly share their genetic mapping with businesses to gain insight on their genealogy and health. ‘You can’t have a discussion about this without talking about privacy and the protection of commercial data because expectations of privacy have degraded over the last 20 years,’ the Democratic lawmaker said. ‘Young folks actually have very little expectation of privacy, that’s what the polling and the data show.” Crow, a former Army Ranger who served three tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, continued: ‘People will very rapidly spit into a cup and send it to 23andMe and get really interesting data about their background.’

AP exposes the Tuskegee Syphilis Study: The 50th Anniversary  On July 25, 1972, Jean Heller, a reporter on The Associated Press investigative team, then called the Special Assignment Team, broke news that rocked the nation. Based on documents leaked by Peter Buxtun, a whistleblower at the U.S. Public Health Service, the then 29-year-old journalist and the only woman on the team, reported that the federal government let hundreds of Black men in rural Alabama go untreated for syphilis for 40 years in order to study the impact of the disease on the human body. Most of the men were denied access to penicillin, even when it became widely available as a cure. A public outcry ensued, and nearly four months later, the “Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male” came to an end. The investigation would have far-reaching implications: The men in the study filed a lawsuit that resulted in a $10 million settlement, Congress passed laws governing how subjects in research studies were treated, and more than two decades later President Bill Clinton formally apologized for the study, calling it “shameful.” Today, the effects of the study still linger — it is often blamed for the unwillingness of some African Americans to participate in medical research.






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