Tom Cowan considers various layers to the Covid-19 story, with an addendum
Stephanie Seneff looks into factors behind Covid-19 hot spots
Kendall Nelson analyzes the coronavirus situation
Sally Fallon Morell deconstructs the contagion model for coronavirus
Merinda Teller examines four Covid-19 rogues
Leslie Manookian lifts the coronavirus veil
with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Most scientific journals suggest that vaccines are safe and effective. Many medical personnel say the same. Why would anyone question the “party line”?
with Dr. Zach Bush. Anxiety is running high right now. We feel helpless, and perhaps even powerless, in the face of this “virus.” Dr. Zach Bush, physician, international educator, and thought leader on the microbiome, suggests two ideas to empower us in our desire to protect our health
with Joel Salatin. Wash your hands. Do social distancing. Are these the only two things we can do to protect our health during this pandemic?
Dr. Andy Kaufman, molecular biologist and psychiatrist, helps us wrap our heads around germ theory and contrasts it with terrain theory.
with Dr. Tom Cowan. What is going on? Is the coronavirus an infectious disease as we’ve been told? Is there a different way to understand viruses and our current health crisis?
Leslie Manookian, the writer and producer of the documentary “The Greater Good” gives us context to consider related to the coronavirus.
Dr. Andrew Wakefield, an expert in vaccines, whistleblower of sorts, and director of the documentary “Vaxxed,” helps us step back and look at the big picture.
Lori Gregory and Dr. Andy Wakefield discuss on this podcast how much our times resemble those of the fictitious novel “1984.” Their recent movie “1986: The Act” also touches on the topic of cover-ups, misinformation, and the problems related to the vaccine injury court established in 1986.
Sayer Ji, the founder of GreenMedInfo, the world’s largest open-access natural health database, and the author of “Regenerate,” challenges the conventional narrative of the pandemic. And he explains what’s at stake–economically, socially, psychologically and health-wise–as we respond to this crisis.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. sounds the alarm bells about the level of censorship in our country. Today he discusses why our Bill of Rights is being trampled on—from the lack of freedom to a jury trial (when it comes to vaccine injury) to the purging of posts on social media platforms that runs contrary to the mainstream narrative when it comes to our current health crisis.
We’ve spent most of 2020 under the assumption that there is a contagious disease spreading and that we have to do what we can to sanitize our environment and stay away from one another to avoid infection and death. But has the coronavirus actually been proven to be contagious? Has it even been proven to be a virus in the first place? Joining Holistic Hilda on the show, Sally Fallon Morell, president of the Weston A. Price Foundation, challenges these assumptions we’ve been operating under.