June 7, 2024 3-5PM ET

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WHO confirms first death in Mexico from bird flu never seen in humans The World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed the first human death in Mexico caused by the A(H5N2) subtype of avian influenza. A59-year-old man, who had no prior exposure to poultry or other animals, died on April 24 after experiencing fever, shortness of breath, diarrhea, nausea, and general discomfort. This case marks the first lab-confirmed human infection with the A(H5N2) subtype of bird flu globally and the first H5 virus infection reported in a person in Mexico. The victim had multiple underlying health conditions and had been bedridden for three weeks before developing acute symptoms. The WHO noted that while A(H5N2) cases have been reported in poultry in Mexico, this human infection is unprecedented.

PCR Testing for Bird Flu ‘Will Only Serve to Raise False Case Count’ Critics Say Critics argue that the use of PCR testing for bird flu in animals and humans will likely lead to false positives, similar to the issues encountered during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Deborah Birx has called for extensive PCR testing for bird flu, including weekly tests for cows and farm workers, to detect asymptomatic cases. However, PCR tests are criticized for producing inaccurate results, especially when used as a primary diagnostic tool. The test amplifies tiny DNA or RNA fragments, and high-cycle thresholds can result in detecting non-infectious viral remnants, leading to false positives. The U.S. government is increasing funding for bird flu testing and surveillance, including wastewater monitoring and testing of meat and dairy products. Some experts warn that this approach may exaggerate the threat of bird flu, driven by potential profit motives and fearmongering. Despite increased testing, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other health authorities maintain that the bird flu poses a low risk to public health.

Finland to receive first EU procured bird flu shots Finland is set to receive the first batch of 640,000 doses of an adapted bird flu vaccine procured by the EU, with shipments expected as early as next week.The European Health Emergency preparedness and Response Authority (HERA) secured the contract with Seqirus, which required a minimum sales guarantee to update its zoonotic flu vaccine to target the current dominant avian flu strain. The European Medicines Agency (EMA) approved this adapted vaccine in April. This procurement could potentially expand to up to 40 million doses over four years. The vaccine aims to bolster the EU’s preparedness against avian influenza, which has been a concern due to recent outbreaks affecting poultry and wild birds across Europe. This initiative is part of broader efforts to enhance vaccine stockpiles and readiness for potential zoonotic threats.

Scientists have discovered a cause of inflammatory bowel disease. They said it’s a ‘holy grail’ discovery that could transform treatments. Researchers from University College London and the Francis Crick Institute have uncovered a significant cause of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), including Crohn’s disease, which could revolutionize treatments. They used genetic editing to identify a specific gene pathway responsible for the inflammation seen in IBD. This discovery centers on a “gene desert,” previously thought to be unimportant, which contains an “enhancer” that amplifies gene activity. This enhancer was found in immune cells called macrophages and influences the ETS2 gene, a known risk factor for IBD. The researchers demonstrated that existing drugs could potentially halt this inflammatory process, offering new hope for effective treatments. This breakthrough, described as a “holy grail,” provides a crucial understanding of IBD’s genetic and biological underpinnings, potentially aiding in the treatment of other autoimmune conditions as well. The findings, published in Nature, mark a major advancement in the fight against IBD, which affects nearly 5% of the population.

Questions of The Day!

I’m having my mom do the silver aloe protocol for having a bout of stools that are soft with semi-digested food. She’s just doing 1/2 oz aloe mixed with 1/2 oz of silver hydrosol. Today, after having been on the protocol for a few days, she had 4 loose stools. She’s worried the aloe is aggravating the issue. She does take Dr. Ohhira’s probiotic at night. Do loose stools happen on the protocol? Thank you!!
Grace

 

Rant on our absurd, and greedy medical system! Just heard of a guy who is having 90% of his colon removed. Nothing is wrong, no cancer. But the doctors with “duh-gree’s” say he has over a 90% chance of getting colon cancer, because of genetics. If he gets the surgery it goes down to 20% chance.
People hold doctors and the medical system on a high pedestal believing everything without question. It is just a money play by the doctor/hospital.
Robert is there anything you would say to such a person to get them to rethink the doctors suggestion, without going in a lengthy discussion of the history of the current medical system going back to Flexnor Report 1910?
Thank you,
RSB and Super D

Kenneth

Welcome back to “Homeopathic Hits” on The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we explore Berberis Aquifolium, a homeopathic remedy derived from the Oregon grape plant.
Known for its significant benefits in treating skin conditions and supporting digestive health, Berberis Aquifolium offers a natural approach to improving complexion and overall well-being.
Let’s delve into the therapeutic properties of this powerful remedy.

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Hour 2

Special Guest – Michael Boldin


Chasing Votes vs Building Freedom: The Founders’ Radical Plan for Liberty The article argues that the current liberty movement is ineffective due to its focus on elections rather than building genuinefreedom. According to the Tenth Amendment Center, the Founders envisioned a strategy centered on decentralization and localism rather than centralized political power. The article draws on writings from figures like John Dickinson, Thomas Jefferson, and Samuel Adams to illustrate the Founders’ emphasis on resistance to centralized authority and proactive efforts to maintain individual liberties. The piece highlights the importance of understanding and applying constitutional principles to limit government overreach, advocating for a return to grassroots activism and state-level resistance as a means to secure liberty. The argument is made that electoral politics alone cannot achieve true freedom, and a fundamental shift in strategy is needed to align with the Founders’ original vision.

From Banks to Big Brother: The Rise of Financial Surveillance The article outlines the increasing use of financial institutions as surveillance tools by the U.S. government, a trend that began under President Nixon. Key legislative acts such as the Bank Secrecy Act of 1970, the Money Laundering Control Act of 1986, the Annunzio-Wylie Anti-Money Laundering Act, the USA PATRIOT Act, and the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 have progressively expanded the scope of financial surveillance. These laws require banks to monitor and report on their customers’ transactions, effectively transforming the banking sector into a network of government informants. This surveillance infringes on financial privacy and raises concerns about the potential misuse of data and the erosion of individual freedoms. The article argues that the current system of financial surveillance is a significant departure from the principles of liberty and privacy that the Founders envisioned.

Maryland Elementary School Tries To Force Students To Say The Pledge Twin Ridge Elementary School in Maryland attempted to mandate that students andteachers recite the Pledge of Allegiance, contrary to the Supreme Court’s 1943 ruling in West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette. The Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE) highlighted this issue, noting that Maryland law allows individuals to opt out of the pledge. Despite this, the school’s directive failed to mention this legal exception. FIRE urged the school to correct its directive and inform staff and students of their rights. Similar incidents have occurred in other states, such as Texas and Arizona, where officials have supported unconstitutional mandates for the pledge. These efforts to enforce patriotic rituals conflict with established First Amendment protections, which allow individuals to abstain from expressive acts they do not endorse.

Review: Defy Anti–Alternative Meat Politicians With These Tasty, Pricey Ribs Juicy Marbles, a new player in the plant-based meat market, offers vegan ribs that boast a surprisingly realistic texture and flavor. These ribs, which include edible vegan bones, pull apart convincingly and taste delicious when broiled with sauce or rub. However, they come at a steep price: two 500-gram racks cost $77. Despite the high cost, Juicy Marbles’ ribs are a notable option as political efforts in states like Florida seek to restrict or ban plant-based meat alternatives. The ribs are made from soy and sunflower oil, ingredients that are currently out of favor with some diet trends. Nevertheless, the product stands out for its innovative approach and quality, providing a compelling alternative to traditional meat amid growing legislative challenges.

Washington parental rights law criticized as a ‘forced outing’ measure is allowed to take effect A new Washington state law, Initiative 2081, which critics label a”forced outing” measure, will proceed after a court declined to block it. The law mandates schools to inform parents about medical services provided to their children, except in emergencies, and allows parents to review their children’s medical and counseling records. Critics argue it could endanger students seeking confidential services, such as birth control or counseling related to gender identity, without parental knowledge. The ACLU of Washington and other challengers claim the law violates state constitutional protections for privacy and does not explicitly amend existing laws that safeguard minors’ medical confidentiality. The initiative, backed by conservative megadonor Brian Heywood, was approved by the Democratic-led Legislature to avoid a contentious ballot measure. The court noted that alleged harms were speculative, allowing the law to take effect while further hearings are scheduled.



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