May 22, 2023 3-5PM ET

Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:


“Exercise free will: Take the path not given.” by RSB – dedicated to Dr. Rashid Buttar and thanks to Super Don

The world has lost a great warrior for health freedom in Dr. Rashid Buttar, my friend, colleague, and a doctor dedicated to the care of all those who sought his help in recovering their children, especially. While we mourn the loss of our friend, we will always celebrate his life as one who stood steadfast in defense of the most vulnerable among us: those children.
Many of you know the story of his son Abie and the promise Rashid made to God if he would help him get his son back from the vaccine injury in early childhood. Dr. Buttar never wavered in his commitment to the promise he made all the way to his last day here.
I was fortunate to share many hours with Rashid both on and off the air even before he appeared as special guest on Advanced Medicine Mondays weekly beginning in 2011 and running for nearly 10 years! We had an alignment in mission and purpose in bringing the power to heal back where it belongs, with each and every one of us. At the end of each episode, Dr. Buttar would relish the opportunity to declare the “the power to heal is unequivocally yours!” The “unequivocally” was an embellishment from the simpler statement without it but goes to the heart of his commitment to make sure you knew that there was no exception to the rule. Or maybe he just had to one-up me at the end of each show 😉.
Either way, he was a force (for good) to be reckoned with and I am honored that I could travel with him for so many years in support of his journey to reveal Advanced Medicine for all who were ready to move beyond the dangerous mediocrity found in the ill-defined “standard of care” in modern medicine.
While he moves on to the next stage of his spiritual adventure and mission, we have more work to do to carry on in the spirit of knowing that the right thing to do is the only thing to do, as he fulfilled his purpose and promise.
May his life be an inspiration to us all to utilize the time we have remaining to be a living example and follow the guidance of our Creator without compromise, as Rashid did while he was here with us. Afterall, when we are connected to the Divine, there is no room for fear, only the love that guides us back to the heart of God, even as our feet are still firmly planted on the ground.
Dr. Rashid Buttar has moved on as his legacy remains in the heart of all those touched and moved by his strength and conviction that with God all things are possible.
Thanks for being such a driving force for healing in the face of numerous obstacles. Even as your physical life is concluded, that which you started and championed shall continue.
May the blessings be.
Your friend forever, Robert Scott Bell

 


Special Guest Dr. Bryan Ardis

I am Dr. Bryan Ardis

In early 2020 I lost my Father-in-law because of ill-advised hospital protocols. Since that time, I have been on a mission to help educate the public about the dangers to Americans, in many of our “institutes of health”. I am passionate about exposing corruption of the medical system and the powers that be in this country. My focus is on medical freedom, education, and waking up the world with the truth. I hope to inform, inspire and empower those who are struggling with personal health issues. I promise to deliver real research and applicable information that can free people from emotional despair and fear, created by symptoms of disease and disinformation. Ardis Labs and the Ardis Healing Center have helped thousands of patients from all over the world, including, from countries as far away as the Philippines, Taiwan, Australia, Barbados, Italy, Scotland and many more. I am the CEO of ArdisLabs and Host of The Dr. Ardis Show. I sold the Ardis Healing Center in October of 2018, and now consult the three practitioners who have taken over the practice, which now carries the name, North Texas Healing Center. I co-founded TruLabs LLC and formulate all of the hydration products we make. You can find my podcast, “The Dr. Ardis Show”, on vokalnow, rumble and right here on the site.



Special Guest – Nia Peeples!

Nia Peeples – What others have said: is an American actress, singer, dancer. For more than 30 years Nia has graced the screen with her talent and intelligence, her fearlessness and compassion, and her beauty. (Why thank you) Most known for her roles in the hit TV series Fame, Walker Texas Ranger and Pretty Little Liars as well as her jaunt through the music industry with her number 1 record Trouble and the 3 music shows she hosted in that era, Nia is one of the first multi-racial performers to cross all genres and all platforms helping to lay the groundwork for bridging the gap between ethnic performers and leading roles in Hollywood. Now what I would say is that the only significance in any of it is that the highlights of my career and personal life can most specifically be accredited to a degree of listening to one’s own calling, lining up with that and allowing for it’s natural expansion. This is imperative.Recently, with my son well on his music path, my daughter heading off to college, and my marriage ending, I knew it was time to revisit that calling. So I stepped off the entertainment “wheel of fortune,” and went on walk about to listen to my heart, for I believe that there and only there can one discover her deepest desires born of love and truth. As St. Germain said,”Right desire is the deepest form of prayer.”

The Little Apple Tree

A Little Apple Tree and a Young Farmer experience the beauty, power, and positive impact of discovering and honoring their true nature. Artfully crafted by actress- singer-dancer Nia Peeples, & superbly illustrated, it is a powerful allegory that leads children & adults alike into a deeper understanding of self love, dignity, and authenticity. AND to keep the inspiration flowing, for every 2 books sold, 1 is donated to a Children’s Hospital, a public library, or an organization helping to educate children and parents.


Dr Rashid Buttar – In Loving Memory It is with heavy hearts that we have to say goodbye to our dear friend and brother, Dr Rashid Buttar. Rashid Buttar attended Washington University and graduated with a double major in Biology and Theology. He then went on to earn a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines, Iowa. Dr Buttar was a retired Major in the US Army. He served with the 5th Special Forces group and the 101st Airborne Division. We first spent time with him as a family in 2010 when we lived in Panama, Central America. Charlene was pregnant with Charity, our 4th child. He brought Debbie and his son, Rahan with him to meet us. Our families immediately clicked and became fast friends. We were so closely aligned with one another in our missions to save lives, and then through the years, we added to that work another big goal: Saving America for our children and future generations from political and medical tyranny. We had the pleasure of giving Rashid a TTAC Lifetime Achievement Award for Innovator in Advanced Medicine & Detox at our first TTAC Black Tie, Charity / Awards Gala in December, 2015 in Nashville TN. His wife, Debbie, and son, were with him.  Rahan (his son) stood with him as he received his award. It was a touching moment for everyone as Rashid looked down at his award and reflected on his life work along with his son.

In Loving Memory of Dr. Rashid Buttar, 1966-2023 It is with sadness, yet great appreciation, that we pay tribute to my friend and colleague Dr. Rashid Buttar, who passed away on May 18th. Rashid was a fearless and tireless advocate of health freedom and speaking truth to power, and he had an immense impact on helping the world understand the power of their bodies to heal, from literally anything. We were less than a month away from his 5th Annual Advanced Medicine Conference, which we are now uncertain will proceed. Given that Rashid was put on a digital hit list, along side me, cynically named the “disinformation dozen,” we had a special bond and interest in discussing the many ways we could continue to preserve health freedom, free speech, natural medicine, and ultimately bring the world into a healthier, happier, and more beautiful phase of evolution. I will cherish these conversations, and Rashid’s incredibly sincere spirit, and know that while his life has been cut short, he helped make this world a safer, better place for us all through his good works. Due to rumors circulating and the many questions I have received as to the cause of his passing, I wish to share the last publicly recorded discussion we had, where Rashid wanted the world to know the details surrounding the sudden decline of his health.

Dr. Rashid Buttar Dies Of An Apparent Heart Attack, Leaving The Medical Freedom Community In Shock, But Undeterred Yesterday morning, I received the shocking news that Dr. Rashid Buttar had died, within a few days of saying he had been, by his estimate, “deliberately poisoned,” following an explosive CNN interview a year ago. I didn’t know him, but felt I did. I spent much of yesterday listening to his broadcasts and interviews. A source told me this morning that Buttar is said to have died of a heart attack and that his partner has Tweeted that there was no foul play involved. (I can’t find that Tweet.) Yesterday, Charlene Bollinger sent out a statement that the family is asking for privacy at this time. Here is David Icke’s tribute to Dr. Buttar. In this interview, Dr. Buttar speaks of mysterious deaths, including Kary Mullis and Luc Montagnier, and addresses his own targeting for potential assassination. He also spoke of both a remedy that reverses cancer, that he’d worked in for many years, a remedy that he said could stop deaths from covid shots. “It’s going to save hundreds of thousands of lives of those who have already taken the vaccine,” he says. In the interview here, at the I hr 3 minute mark, he describes what he says was over-exposure to bio-weapon shedding, whereas in this clip, from a few days before his death, he says he was “deliberately poisoned.” “If he knew he was in danger, he would not change a thing. He was fearless that way,” Susan Sweetin, of Freedom Travel Alliance, told me. “He helped me with my own fear, and he reminded me that love was the driver.” See her interview with Buttar here, go to 8:40 time stamp, where he addresses his relationship to fear as well as danger. ”Love really is the basis of all creation, whereas fear is death, decrepitness, and decay.” —Rashid Buttar

Comments of The Day!

Dear Robert,
This is a bit long so I don’t expect you to read it on air, but it was really on my heart to write this to you. When I heard about Rashad’s passing, I was having a hard time reconciling the protection of Divine Spirit with the power of the negative to overcome that more powerful force. I had listened to the entirety of Rashad’s recording of his experience with “The Creator” and how he was in such bliss. When I listened to your interview with him on Tuesday, he was clearly re-winning that state of consciousness each day. So how could the negative have overcome this positive spiritual force that “had his back?” I just came back from a walk during which I was contemplating this, and what came through was, “His desire to be in spirit with the Creator was greater than his desire to remain in the physical.” Right as this came through, I looked down and saw a shiny penny, then another, then another, then a dime. Highly unusual. And the thought came through, “You’re right on the money.” Now some will scoff at that, but along with finding the change came a profound “change” in emotion. The feeling of grief dissipated and joy rushed in. Now when I think of Rashad, instead of a tear I have a smile. I just wanted do share this with you.
Baraka bashad,
CathyC

 

Hi RSB and team. SteveAg here. It’s been a while since I’ve written or commented, but I just had offer my thoughts about the passing of Dr Buttar. Having been in this fight a long time, it’s difficult to hear of the loss of any freedom fighter let alone a powerhouse like him, but this is a war. He knew this battle is everything and went into it daily with that mindset. While it is not over, he along with the many we have lost, will always remain by our side providing the energy and will to push on. While some voices go silent, others will join the fight and shout twice as loud. Those that continue, remain steadfast in the knowledge that we will win a historical victory over a very corrupt and evil enemy. RIP ‘Dr Butters’, we will honor your life and accomplishments with the ultimate victory. Freedom, medical and all will reign once again!
SteveAg

 

I am so sorry that Dr. Buttar has passed away. I just the email from his family practice two hours ago. He was so young. I am the same age. I loved listening to Dr. Buttar on your show and watching him on numerous social media sites.
Rick


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