February 22, 7-9PM ET
Thursday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Sacred Fire of Liberty!
It’s that time of the week where we get to explore the political healing that this country needs so desperately! Jonathan Emord is here to help us dissect the latest political news that’s fit to print:
Jonathan Emord reveals the reasons behind the censorship of what drugs Adam Lanza, the Sandy Hook School shooter, was on at the time of his heinous crimes. Does the drug industry really have that much influence at nearly all levels of government to suppress this information going public? How can there be any legitimate discussion or debate surrounding the issue of repeated school shootings when the mainstream media will not ask any serious questions about these psychiatric medications? Instead, the leftist media perpetuates the myths that guns are the cause, despite guns being present throughout the history of the United States, even in schools in generations past, without mass shootings occurring. Ban guns? How about banning the psychiatric drugs that are present in at least 90% of all the school shooters?
School Shootings: Psychotropic Drug Use by School Shooters Merits Federal Investigation The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), a mental health watchdog that has investigated school and other mass shootings since the Columbine High School Shooting in 1999, warns about pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into more mental health services in response to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on Valentine’s Day. While the nation is reeling from this senseless tragedy, CCHR cautions against acting on mental health experts’ advice to increase mental health funding or to enact stronger involuntary commitment laws as violence prevention measures. The group says an investigation into the shooting must include what psychotropic drugs the alleged shooter, Nikolas Cruz, has been prescribed and the fact that he had apparently undergone “behavioral health” treatment which did nothing to prevent the murderous outcome.
Mass shootings and psychiatric drugs: the connection – by Jon Rappoport I’ve been
tracking the connection since 1999, when I wrote a long white paper, for the Truth Seeker Foundation, on school shootings and psychiatric drugs. The paper was titled: “Why Do They Do It? School shootings Across America.” The drugs aren’t the only causative factor, but they produce what I call the Johnny Appleseed effect throughout society. Sprinkle enough of the drugs among enough people and you get otherwise unexplainable violence popping up—in schools, in workplaces. The psychiatric plague eats out the country from the inside. Here are excerpts from my 1999 report— The massacre at Columbine High School took place on April 20, 1999. Astonishingly, for eight days after the tragedy, during thousands of hours of prime-time television coverage, virtually no one mentioned the word “drugs.” Then the issue was opened. Eric Harris, one of the shooters at Columbine, was on at least one drug.
Trump calls for arming teachers, raising gun purchase age to stop ‘savage sicko’ shooters President Trump on Thursday defended his call to arm some teachers as a way to stop a “savage sicko” from causing mass casualties, while also calling for gun control measures — including raising the age for purchasing firearms to 21. In a flurry of tweets, the president hit back at media coverage of his comments about arming teachers the day before. He suggested his remarks were mischaracterized, but made clear he supports allowing some trained teachers to carry concealed weapons. “I never said ‘give teachers guns’ like was stated on Fake News @CNN & @NBC. What I said was to look at the possibility of giving ‘concealed guns to gun adept teachers with military or special training experience- only the best,” Trump tweeted.
Hour 2 – Interesting Timing?
Study seeks to end antidepressant debate – the drugs do work A vast research study that
sought to settle a long-standing debate about whether or not anti-depressant drugs really work has found they are indeed effective in relieving acute depression in adults. The international study – a meta-analysis pooling results of 522 trials covering 21 commonly-used antidepressants and almost 120,000 patients – uncovered a range of outcomes, with some drugs proving more effective than others and some having fewer side effects. But all 21 drugs – including both off-patent generic and newer, patented drugs – were more effective than placebos, or dummy pills, the results showed.
It’s official: antidepressants are not snake oil or a conspiracy – they work It’s official: antidepressants work. They are not a multibillion-dollar conspiracy dreamed up by Big Pharma Bond villains. They are not a snake oil distilled in secret laboratories, designed to stupefy us all. They are not a futile cop-out from overextended family doctors. They are an effective treatment to alleviate symptoms of depression, a global scourge that affects as many as one in 20 people on the planet. Even the least effective antidepressants are better than placebos, the sugar pills dished out in trials. And placebos are better than nothing.
Question of The Day!
I would like to know for a friend who has diabetes what is the best natural way to get rid of candidates or yeast in general?
Comment of The Day!
Life for 8 years before taking Kratom
*taking 11 medications including prescribed dilaudid and fentanyl
*Using a wheelchair and walker
*rarely left the house
*couldnt go see my mom after she went to the nursing home for 3 years
*missed out on ALL activities my kids had at school
*i had no relationships with my kids
I have been taking KRATOM now for 4 years and this is my life now
* taking ZERO medications and my dr approves of Kratom
* I bike several miles a day through a nature preserve near our home or walk 2 miles a day.
*go out to places several times a week for dinner, coffee etc
*I see my mom every other week now
* I went on a family camping and road trip from Michigan to Wyoming for the solar eclipse where I even did some rock climbing
* I have been able to get to know my kids and establish a relationship. I am so lucky they all go to local colleges or I never would have gotten to know them.
And with the Christmas season, I went to 4 events a week in months of November and December.
We are planning a camping road trip from Michigan to Nebraska for a Star Party as the skies aren’t very light polluted. It’s going to be totally dry camp. No luxuries of any kind. If Kratom is Banned I won’t be able to go.
Opioids – Not The Only Epidemic
Xanax, valium looking like America’s next drug crisis America is well aware of its opioid
epidemic, but there’s a hidden crisis brewing with prescription sedatives such as Xanax and Valium, a new review warns. Known as benzodiazepines, overdose deaths involving these medications have increased exponentially over the past decade, in lockstep with a steady growth in prescriptions for the drugs, the review authors found. Use of these drugs has become too casual in modern society, said review author Dr. Anna Lembke. She’s an associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences with the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Remember Friends, The Power to Heal is Yours!
More upcoming RSB events:
- NOCO Hemp Expo April 6-7, 2018
- Alive Expo Atlanta April 21-22, 2018
- Total Health 2018, Toronto, Canada May 11-13, 2018.
- US Health Freedom Congress June 10-12, 2018
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