The World Health Organization – WHO Hell Are These Guys?

The World Health Organization - WHO Hell Are These Guys?

hello and welcome to the objective health show my name is Erica and I'll be your host today joining me in the studio is Doug and TIFF hello so today we are gonna be talking about the who the World Health Organization and the beginning of the Year 2019 they released ten threats to global health and since we're now officially in the middle of summer we thought we'd take this opportunity and discuss these ten threats and we've even come up with our own to add to the discussion yes or replace so welcome yeah welcome all so for those of you that don't know much about the World Health Organization they were actually established in 1945 by the United Nations and it was established as a new international health organization in 1948 the who was founded by the UN after ratification by 26 Member States and given a budget of five million dollars and that's kind of a large budget for the late 1940 yeah yeah so they're a specialized agency of the UN headquartered in Geneva Switzerland and they're composed of six regional offer offices operating in different parts of the world including pan-american Health Organization that's located in Washington DC today there's 194 member states and yeah their mandate their broad mandate is to act as the directing and coordinating authority on international health work in 2006 the who constitution was revised and its new objective is the attainment by all peoples of the highest possible level of health health is defined as a state of complete physical mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity the WHO Constitution also states that informed opinion and active cooperation on the part of the public are of the utmost importance in the improvement of health of the people so so with that said it sounds very noble yeah very noble so they released these ten threats and we're gonna go through them today the first one is air pollution and climate change a buzzword yeah and I think right off the bat because they put air pollution and climate change together you kind of see where they're coming from the like very mainstream position on climate change I mean I don't think that we would necessarily disagree that climate change is actually happening but the idea that it's air pollution or carbon specifically is well I mean it's a bunch of BS essentially you know I don't think we need to you know take this show completely off kilter going into that whole can of worms but specifically the man-made global warming right crap part of it that's the part that's complete bunk I mean I don't think you're gonna get many people that would disagree that our air pollution is a problem my gosh China has to put all these alerts all the time people are walking around in mass you can't see the sunlight because the air is so polluted of course that's terrible yes of course yeah but the thing is like focusing like you know by putting it in with climate change I mean I don't think you know who is doing this too much but a lot of people it's like all they think about as far as pollution is concerned these days is carb it's like what I mean all the like freaking mercury coming out or the you know any number of like other massive pollutants in the air you know like carbon is is probably the absolute least polluting aspect of pollution all right they say that it's bad and I'm talking about the air pollution part I don't even know if I don't want to get into this whole climate change nonsense because there's such an office but one of the things they say is that the pollutants or the toxins that are floating around in the air can cause systemic inflammation that can once the pollutants get into your bloodstream they can you know go to your organs go to your joints go to every cell in your body I mean that's not anything really to disagree with so yeah air pollution is bad and it can cause respiratory problems or circulatory problems and damage the lungs and heart and brain yeah but I don't know how they come up with because they said that it can kill seven million people prematurely every year yeah how they come up with these numbers sure like their estimations I don't think there's any way that anybody can tell with a 100 percent accuracy that this is why these people are dying and they can rule out everything else but air pollution yeah for sure I think whenever they they come up with those numbers where they're estimating like this will kill this many people or this vaccine will save this many lives it's all like complete and total estimations like they're just really pulling those numbers out of there but essentially because well it makes you wonder who's funding these quote-unquote studies or where they're getting their information from because you know the annual budget for the WHO in 2018-19 was four point four billion dollars you know so you gotta wonder if this is you know these Al Gore type organizations that are like let's make this the number one threat yeah I think that's true the NGO get more money yeah yeah I mean it's it you know elect if was saying like obviously I think nobody would really disagree that air pollution is a big problem it's just a climate change thing it's like it that it just reeks of agenda you know it's kind of like that it shows that they're coming from a place of this kind of politically correct kind of environmental side of things that I mean it just shows that they're they're just part of the part of the team you know that they're you know like sometimes you know the the I'm always a little bit torn on the who because sometimes they come out with stuff and I'm kind of like right on that's great like when they came out and they said what was it that glyphosate is probably carcinogenic it's like great awesome way to go that's fantastic and if they've done a couple of other things to where I'm kind of like great amazing you know they're actually you know despite the fact that it's controversial and it's going against kind of the whatever the corporate agenda might be it's like awesome they are they're willing to kind of stand up but then they pull stuff like this it's kind of I mean I guess it's obviously there's there's like you know probably multiple factions within the WHO and like you know if it's just the scientists left to do their own thing then maybe they come up with something but then maybe somebody comes in and goes well we better add climate change on to this air pollution thing because that's the you know that's that's that's a big problem too right yeah yeah there's probably some loli who worker sitting in his lonely little office with no window somewhere rolling his eyes whenever some probably yeah I gotta say though I'm happy it didn't say global warming yeah well it does though if you if you go into there they're like you know there's their list and they kind of give a little blurb on each thing but then they have pages that kind of go into more detail on all these different things and their climate change thing is all about global warming and it's talking about rising sea levels and you know everybody you know sixty percent of the population lives within now what was it fifty percent of population lives within 60 miles of the coast or something like that I can't remember what it was but it's gonna cause mass displacement and blah blah blah and crop failure so even if they were preparing for climate change I mean anybody who's really paying attention to the whole climate change things knows that you know it's actually the Sun that's driving things that has nothing to do with carbon not going to get into all that but we're more than likely heading for an ice age so even if they were able to plan for climate change they're completely they're preparing completely the wrong direction mm-hmm yeah yeah I mean there's no doubt a threat but they're worried climate change or still be natural disasters floods droughts I mean those things happen anyway yep yep so I mean I guess for air pollution and climate change we could maybe give a checkmark to those but not air pollution yes climate change not the way they're saying it yeah all right so for number two then non communicable diseases yes I would I would agree what is what does that mean yeah it basically is non contagious diseases like it's not like a disease like you know measles or something where you can actually catch it it's like oh sorry I saw diseases it sorry I forgot so it's not like a cold let's put it that way it's like the diabetes yeah and the cancer and the heart disease anything you can put it that in front of nobody more like if the obesity sure it's it's like it's like lifestyle conditions you know or yeah conditions that would be more dependent upon you know genetics or environment or etc diet diet absolutely yeah yeah you know interestingly one of the actually I was trying to think of it I was talking before about what the the the who does right they actually backed out of backing the eat Lancet what was their diet called like world diet or something the world health diet yes not a diet yeah completely placed let's all plants and the who actually was like nah we're not going to back that there's not enough evidence so again I was kind of like nice way to go you're on the right side of history but that being said you know the the diet that they're promoting is generally the the you know politically correct diet to a certain sense the kind of dietitian approved low-fat avoid red meat blah blah blah yeah so as far as diet goes I would say that their approach to combating non communicable communicable diseases is is a big no yeah well they said one of their directives for this year they want to meet a global target of reducing physical inactivity by fifteen percent by 2030 so I guess people not go into the gym enough is one of the one of the problems with these non communicable diseases being on the rise yeah too much sedentary lifestyle too too much sitting in front of your computer or watching TV they even mentioned Netflix Facebook scrolling texting instant messaging browsing so get up out your chair and move around I you know I guess like I would what do you think yeah you know be lazy slob on the couch I mean it's not good for you is it a global health threat well I don't know that might be a little bit more debatable I guess the question really is if somebody was like eating like a perfect diet like you know low-carb you know nothing bad in their green free etc but they didn't get any exercise like what would the result of that be well they actually have guidelines for 19 to 64 year olds and that so it says how much and it says at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity every week strength exercises two or more days a week that work all the major major muscles and break up long periods of sitting with light activity so use the stairs instead of the elevator you work in an office and then it goes on to ya it explains what is vigorous activity for those of you that might not know things like running jogging swimming fast riding bike martial arts tennis gymnastics and yeah and it says what activities that are both aerobic and muscle strengthening so circuit training running football rugby netball hockey aerobics I guess all those things are okay depending on your age and physical capabilities but I still think diet Trump's all of that I agree like you said Doug and you just you know do some gardening or chase your kids or something like that I think you'll be fine yeah I think so too yeah so I mean as far as non-communicable diseases goes I guess I think it's right to be on the list certainly like you know uh-huh obviously the diabetes the cancer the heart disease etc etc the obesity those are certainly a threat to health and they're rising and younger and younger ages so yeah I lose out won't you yeah yeah okay they get a check mark on that one too all right the third one the threat of a global influenza pandemic yeah whatever I I see this because I see a lot of Google Alerts are always talking about oh the flu pandemic are we prepared et cetera et cetera not just the who but the CDC as well part of me thinks that they really really want something like this to happen because they're always just harping and going on and on about it which I can't really complain about because I like those type of movies World War Z or pandemic stuff like that I think it it's kind of exciting in a certain way but still I think they're just pushing it like a little bit too hard I mean there was a 1918 flu and yeah part of me thinks that they want something like that to happen well reason well for some reason yeah I wonder I think basically it's just to sell more vaccines and I know that's like yes tinfoil hat stuff but nonetheless like like why else would they be doing it like every year it's like oh my god the flu and everybody freaks out about it but honestly like it really just seems like they're doing this to some where vaccines and really yeah the the the way that the who is said that they're gonna deal with this and kind of you know deal with this possibility of a global flu influenza pandemic is vaccines and antiviral drugs so it's like yeah you know why why do they hype it up every single year that this this is the year oh my god it's gonna be brutal normal in all of those movies the answer is always vaccine always they have to rush and find those the special serum and get it out and they get it just in the nick of time and yeah a bunch of or saved after millions died that's always have accidents answer yeah it's true you know one reading about it it says while praising how far humanity has come the WHO health chief warns that we are nowhere near prepared enough and then the who director came out and said the threat of pandemic influences ever-present the question is not if we will have another pandemic book when so again it's that same fear mongering totally and the thing is to that I read a statistic recently that said something like ninety nine percent of flu shots are ineffective we have ninety nine percent and I think it's the who who actually recommend which strains should be included in in the the year's flu vaccine if I'm not mistaken like they're actually the ones who do the rock him recommending and you know if they don't pick the right strains then essentially you're getting yourself injected with like a useless thing yeah even if they do pick ya means I'm not a hundred percent well it's interesting because they talk about how their quote-unquote updated strategy will focus on stronger disease surveillance and response to operations on a country-by-country basis in combination with more effective vaccines antivirals and treatments with universal access across the world and that's their ultimate goal so that also brings into the whole thing disease monitoring you know maybe before you fly you're gonna have to make sure that you've had been quote-unquote checked out or that you had your job and meditation over mmm-hmm you've had the shot so yeah right now that is frightening I agree I mean I do wonder what the actual like you know because the thing is that we're coming from like a Western perspective right so and the who is dealing on a global basis so outside of like you know North America Western Europe kind of thing like how bad does the flu get is there a country where flu is just like brutal and just like killing people left right and center or is it pretty much kind of thing everywhere it seems like it's kind of the same thing everywhere like an you get into these non-western countries or someone described them as third-world countries it seems to be like more communicable diseases like the cholera or things like that like diarrheal diseases you don't hear much about flu like decimating large swaths of the population right I mean every once in a while there's a the a B and blue scale or SARS or something like that but it's not like the numbers of people are dying from those no those things don't don't amount to anything either they're always like oh my god SARS and everybody starts freaking right out and then it's like a mouse to nothing it's like 10 PPI or something mm-hmm well they've got that covered because they're talking about how a major threat is of another deadly or flu virus jumping from animals to humans mutating and potentially infecting hundreds of thousands if not millions of people so their dreams the bird flu right the bird flu swine flu mm-hmm yeah and I mean I guess that stuff is possible like that could happen but I don't think anything that who does is gonna prevent that yeah I don't know I'll put that out that one is the maybe yeah well we have other than a check mark a half check mark yeah or maybe just a slash yeah a slash slash all right so the fourth one fragile and vulnerable settings such as regions affected by drought and conflict yeah what do they say more than 1.6 billion people 22 percent of the global population live in places where protracted crises through a combination of challenges such as drought famine conflict and population displacement and weak health services leave them without access to be to care it's hard to argue with that really I mean that's you know again we're coming from a very Western perspective so it's yeah it's hard to argue with that yeah I won't argue at that either and may I just go out and say that these would be what we would commonly refer to a shithole countries yeah yeah so if you're living in a shithole I mean that's just bad oh wow yeah so if there's lots of poverty there's poor sanitation there's not the infrastructure for you know clean water and piping to move the waste away along with the poverty you have malnutrition poor diets of course you're gonna have disease will there always be shithole countries I mean there always has been yeah I don't know what I mean the who they can go into these countries and like have mass immunization campaigns and things like that but it's that's just it's not gonna change the structure of their country I mean what they need is I don't know jobs infrastructure yeah yeah exactly clean water yeah yeah yeah sanitation things like disposing of you know urine and feces in a way that doesn't go back into the water table or the mm-hmm fresh water system yeah okay when you have countries like India and China with a billion people I mean that's a huge overhaul in the structure of how society functions mm-hmm and if you like move clinics into those countries or try to get more doctors or healthcare services that's really just putting a patch on the problem that would be solved by more things higher up on the the chain yes yeah spending a little bit of those billion dollars on something other than totally yeah build some roads put some pipes in I don't see Bill Gates fun to fit in the bill for any of that stuff though vaccines mm-hmm all right so next we're about halfway through our list antimicrobial resistance yeah yeah I would agree with that you know hmm it does seem to be a growing problem with you know especially with the antibiotics that you know we can't really keep up anymore you know all these yeah you know antibiotics come out and then before long all the bacteria that they're supposed to wipe out become resistant to it and then the deal is that they're like superbugs so yeah I think I think that's probably pretty accurate putting that on on the top ten list of global health threats yeah and if the who tries to curb the overuse of antibiotics and anti microbials that would be a good thing but I think that also at the same time they need to be encouraging the use of alternative means of fighting infections like for example vitamin C which is very cheap and can be used in shithole countries absolutely countries as well I mean it's not really pushed that much so you know if they really want to be on the cutting edge I mean really those not that cutting edge because it's been around for a very very long time Yussef item they really want to do something innovative they should go in an alternative direction well that's the thing to like I mean you know it's all well and good to say oh yeah we shouldn't be overusing antibiotics and things like that but they they aren't really researching alternatives as far as I well actually maybe they're I don't know but they don't really offer up alternatives and it's not just fight see I mean there's tons of like anti microburbs and essential oils and etc etc and some of these things can be really effective so I mean you know I remember Stephen Herod Buner had a book called herbal he had one herbal antibiotics and herbal antivirals or something like that I might be mixing up getting those titles wrong but he had like lists of protocols and it was for stuff even like lime and like you know a bola while I'm probably lying about Ebola but you know amazing kind of protocols that that people reported having amazing results with so I think you know if the who really wants to put his money where its mouth is on this it should start you know maybe funding research on alternatives to anti microbials or pharmaceutical anti microbials but of course I don't think there's any chance in hell of that happening because now we know who paid their paycheck so hmm well and another thing that they don't really mention is the use of antibiotics in factory farms yeah an agriculture no I mean up to 90 percent of the antibiotics that are given to livestock are excreted and they end up in fertilizer groundwater surface runoff you know so they really wanted to combat this issue with all this money they have they would move to something more regenerative and not so toxic for raising animals and it can be done I mean there's veterinarians who can do it just like you're saying you can give those same kind of essential oils and alternatives to animals and really cut down on the issue well I think this kind of goes hand-in-hand with the I forget which number are on but the one we talked about before the fragile and vulnerable settings if you clean up the area you have clean water sanitation better diets not just for people but for animals as well a lot of this antimicrobial resistance problem would be kind of stopped right there because the cleaner your environment and the better your diet and the stronger your immune system whether for people or animals you don't have to worry about all of these infections a lot of the times yeah well half the time they're feeding antibiotics to animals to make them bigger make them fatter it's not even for medical reasons it's just to increase their yield it's pretty it's very evil well I guess that gets another check mark yeah we're actually agreeing with a lot more of this list than I thought we were going to well and they all kind of intertwine in a very interesting way justice you both are pointing now yeah so after so we're on number six Ebola and high threat pathogens yeah I kind of feel like I kind of feel like I don't know enough about it despite the fact that I've read quite a bit about the Ebola thing going on I don't know if this got me to it there's no meat to a lot of what you read there just about how people die doesn't really get into the nitty-gritty not enough meat least yeah I I agree and I think that that's what I guess that's what I kind of mean by it not being like I don't feel like I know enough about it because I feel like the reports that are coming out are kind of very scary and really are scary by design but I and I do wonder you know how how much of a threat is it for this to kind of escape you know the Congo or wherever else it was recently I'm blanking on it anyway like I I don't know how much of a threat it actually is Geneva yeah I think no sake any a lot of seems to me like just really really hyped up beyond belief I mean just a bowl oh but you'll always have these like it seems like every year so they have some kind of big hype disease like it was a Ebola and then they had SARS and the bird flu and Zika Zika my god yeah but they said there's a lot of diseases not just Ebola that who has its eyes on there's something called the crimean-congo hemorrhagic fever which is kind of like Ebola like you uh he's bleeding from every orifice basically so there's also Ebola and Marburg virus Lassa fever Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus niba I never even heard of that yeah Rift Rift Valley fever Zika and then they talk about something called disease X cancer some undiscovered pathogen that's that's just there like kind of there's placeholder for something really bad yeah like why why would they do that exciting something real bad right around the corner we just don't know what it is yet like really what you said before is just the way to drum up you know vaccine business and not address the issues that were the first five threats yeah yeah a bola I don't know I don't know whether that's a global threat well they said during the last Ebola outbreak which I mean there's outbreaks all the time in certain African countries like the Congo I think they first discovered a bola like back in the 1970s and every once in a while there is an outbreak but they said that they're in the 2014-2016 epidemic that eleven thousand three hundred people died yes I don't know that's actually correct and they say that not every single person that is diagnosed with Ebola actually worth tested for Ebola yeah yes the other thing too I mean because your it kind of overlaps with the whole shithole country thing as well because you're dealing with areas where you know record-keeping and testing and things like that are probably not up to kind of Western standards they like it you know if somebody dies like I mean I don't know it's it's hard to say like we can't really know whether or how like how many of them are actually dying over Ebola yes mimic malaria and malaria is pretty widespread but they said in particular one facility where they actually went and tested people for Ebola only 2% of the people there tested positive for Ebola so really I'm not exactly sure that what we're dealing with is always yeah that's very murky it is very murky and yeah you know even if it was eleven eleven thousand you said died of it I mean you know that's he's horrible of course but you know that like more people are dying from the flu and stuff like that then you have to wonder too though like is that strictly from the Ebola what was their health status before they contracted air quotes and what was the treatment sometimes the treatment can be worse than the disease or just make that first and if you already have a compromised immune system from lack of clean water and lack of food and I mean that in the real sense of lack of food why aren't they looking at that yeah and like back in this time like 2014 2016 there are a couple people who came over to the US for treatment and they were in the ICU or whatever and none of the people who was there one person maybe possibly possibly all that cared for a person who came over from Africa latter bola but you never hear like any follow up on what happened to these people yes yeah so maybe it's more about fear-mongering going on – just my people in this constant state of stress where if it's not the flu then they're worried about Ebola mm-hmm well there's a system down massively I mean if you're stressing about getting sick all the time you're eventually gonna get sick well there's a lot of mistrust over in the Congo or other African countries where Ebola breaks out every once in a while like people are attacking health workers they say or attacking the clinics or people go to work and they have a hard time like gaining the trust of the people in those areas which I can't really blame them because all these people come in they had these vaccination campaigns people get sick I mean why really should they trust these people yeah that's true oh I wouldn't know all right well there's a vaccine though it's gonna be better now this this vaccine RVs VZ bomb now if you could believe this they say that it's 100% effective now this is just they did yeah a hundred percent which I just cannot believe that but there was another article they came out like maybe a year later I think this vaccine was developed in 2016 and they just test it and it's not gotten widespread approval but they said okay you can go ahead and use it because this is a dire situation but they do this test in the guinea and they had like about 11,000 people in this trial almost 6,000 people got the vaccine and none of those got vaccine came down with Ebola and ten days ten whole days they didn't get the Ebola but allegedly they monitored these people for like 89 days or something like that and they claimed that they didn't get Ebola but people do report like certain mild sicknesses or whatever you can't really say for sure what happened to these people but they said that none of the people in the control group or none of the people in the experimental vaccine group got Ebola in ten days and 23 people in the control who got Ebola I wouldn't say there's a very stringent study because there they didn't count anybody who got sick in the first nine days African in the vaccine because they assumed that they had Ebola before they got the vaccine so that makes me wonder they didn't test people to see whether they had Ebola or not before enrolling them into this trial it's the same kind of thing disorganised and I imagine trying to do a perfectly controlled trial in those countries is probably quite difficult that would be my speculation anyway but I mean I haven't heard anything particularly egregious about the Ebola vaccine not that I necessarily would have heard it but mm-hmm it's supposed to be pretty effective and I think they made it by kind of piggybacking like Ebola stuff on the outside of a different innocuous virus so it's just kind of introducing it to the to the immune system I don't know if I was going into an Ebola area I would probably get that vaccine you know I'd read the package insert and everything I'd be very careful about it but Ebola yeah I'm probably not messing around with that yeah well we'll see how everything works out I'm not giving it to that one more than a hundred and eleven thousand people have been vaccinated for Ebola since May the 7th Wow so that's three sent I think we can expect another Ebola outbreaks yeah yeah I was just gonna say cuz anything like the measles and it starts shedding that could be okay yeah so I give a sideways slash yeah I mean there's no doubt that it's um it's bad but I just don't know if I would give it you know global health threat status it probably wouldn't make my top ten let's put it that way yeah yeah well our next one is number seven weak primary care yeah well okay no access to doctors and medical treatments sure yeah yeah this like you know this is another one that you can kind of just put under the umbrella of poverty it's like we gonna put one one entry on their top ten list that was just poverty yes yeah yeah well and even in in the first world primary care is not available to everyone and if it is and we've done a show on this it's completely unaffordable and so a lot of people go without primary care unless they have a clinic that's yeah that's particularly in America America Markham for more on that you can listen to our show about insurance medical insurance hears about health care I think that's what our show was called yeah well look it up folks it's on YouTube I'll be the first set I don't subscribe to it I feel like I have a better chance of taking care of my own health and wellness and spending six to seven hundred dollars a month for my family to have medical insurance that I would never use so yeah that's just terrible but we don't live in a bowler country so yes check on that one matter no maybe again you know coming from a Western perspective I don't know you know yeah yeah I'm gonna give it I don't know a baby maybe a possible possible um after that our favorite topic as of the vaccine hesitancy absolutely not I would say that vaccine what's the opposite of hesitancy enthusiasm vaccine enthusiasm is more of a health threat I've been hesitant considering all of these side effects and adverse events that come along with being vaccinated not to mention like if you get measles vaccine or some other like flu vaccine and you're shedding virus and if you actually catch the wild type of whatever virus you're vaccinated against even if you were vaccinated it'll be a worse for you mmm-hmm and if you acquired it wild so no you know the whole vaccine autism link the list the one that's considered like the worst vaccine ever HPV yeah Gardasil yeah the Gardasil vaccine no no and you know it's interesting because if you read their their blurb about it you know they're talking about again like we were talking about it at the top of the show they said that vaccinations were the most cost effective ways of avoiding disease it currently prevents two to three million deaths a year and a further 1.5 million could be avoided if global coverage of vaccinations improved again they are just pulling those numbers completely out of the air there's no way that they know how many deaths vaccination is is preventing their just guessing and yeah you know they do at least say that it's not just anti-vaxxers they do say that there's complacency inconvenience of accessing vaccine at vaccines and a lack of confidence which would probably be you know the anti anti-vaxxer crowd as they would be called but honestly like yeah anyway I mean complacency you know how many of those people who are complacent and you know the vaccines getting a vaccine is inconvenient like how many of them if it was made more convenient how many of them would actually jump on board like I wonder if that's just kind of people who also don't have confidence in the vaccines I think that vaccines are very convenient when you go to Walmart or just any corner drugstore and get a vaccine they're advertising them all over the place you can get them low-cost you can get them free if you have certain insurance I don't think that access is a problem I think that most of the people who have become vaccine hesitancy have done their research or even more important than the research they directly were harmed by a vaccine or their children were harmed by vaccine it's not coming from nowhere no it's I mean we're so great people be lining up in droves to take them yeah yeah well this is where I got a little bit of background information and I don't know maybe I have to put on my tinfoil hat here but this is where the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation come into play you know for as much as they're a philanthropic big organization a lot of people don't know how seriously a mesh they are in the World Health Organization so they're the largest non-state funder of the hit the who having donated more than two billion dollars in earmarks to the international health agency since 1998 eight and second-largest who funder after the US government so they significantly influence the setting of whose priority program priorities and they've been criticized the whose has been criticized for refusing to release the identities of their 16 members of this quote-unquote emergency committee formed in 2009 to guide this pandemic policy so if there's some shady dealings going on for sure they started this organization called Gabby for people that are interested in it it's GA VI and it's the vaccine Alliance marketing program and you know again in 2000 they gave 750 million in seed money to spearhead the creation of this organization and they're they're going after this vaccine hesitancy at the public-private partnership with multilateral funding involving the World Bank you know philanthropic organizations foundations civil society groups to improve access to the new and underused vaccines for children living in the world's poorest countries so I mean they're they're all over this if people are interested you can see the numbers of more than the 15 billion raised by Gabby since 2002 vaccinate the world's children the US government contributes total about a hundred and nine billion or twelve percent between 2000 and 2013 only ten percent of total funding provided by Gabby was used to strengthen healthcare systems or to provide sanitation nutrition while 80 percent was used to purchase deliver and promote vaccines so back to kind of our previous you know checks and non checks they could use that money in a much better way but they're not there it's a for-profit industry you know as much as tropic you know Pfizer and Glaxo kind Klein Smith have received more than a billion dollars from these funds so yeah I don't think there's anything philanthropic about it that's a rather it's kind of like in 2010 there was that the british medical journal BMJ in collaboration with london-based bureau of investigative journalism they did an article that was published in the BMJ that revealed that three key scientists who influenced the hoos decision to declare swine flu h1n1 an influenza pandemic in 2009 and they recommend that all the countries use in stockpile vaccines for the pandemic flu had ties to pharmaceutical companies and they profited directly from these who recommendations I mean that's the kind of thing that's going on there it's like you know even if even if there is some level of benevolence to the WHO and I think that's incredibly what's the word I'm looking for not necessarily unlikely but yeah I'd be I would be skeptical there's still individuals with the in the who who are not benign individuals just you know trying to make the world a better place they're looking for their cash yeah well then they have a new global action plan for vaccine marketing and this is an initiative that's being coordinated by the WHO so we saw this with the once again this idea of vaccine hesitancy being a world threat I think we even did a show of it and so they have these statements one is immunization protects people from being forced into poverty by high out-of-pocket expenses one children's health and support cognitive development allowing children to perform better at school have more opportunities oh yeah all right yeah right vaccinated healthy children grow into productive workforce and become strong contributors to the economy and healthy children free up parents time so they're able to work you're not gonna be yeah you know that's not contributing to the workforce at all no vaccines are critical to building people's resilience to and mitigating the risk of disease outbreaks tied to wait for it climate change good health is a critical determine of peace and well-being in society people centered health systems are core social institutions in every country an immunization is often the first point of contact between these systems and the populations give me they they talk like they're like injecting rainbows into these people and unicorn spirit animals sure happiness we can all agree that that gives a big fat thumbs down yes big X no and then our last to number nine dang gay fever mmm baby otherwise known as breakbone fever really that's what they call it because it causes really bad muscle pain I suppose of course I've never had the dengue I'm just write about it but yeah it's uh it's got a vaccine to what what here but occasionally South America or Central America there's a it's endemic to Honduras and surrounding countries so they can outbreak of dengue every few years so it's a mosquito-borne disease the eighties gymtyme mosquito the female mosquito transmits that to people so yeah it can be pretty debilitating and at some point like if the disease become severe you can die you plasma leakage syndrome and your blood vessels start to leak your plasma out which is not a good thing but rest assured there's a vaccine for this one is called ding Mexia and it's made by Segel yeah maybe I said oh he's approved in 20 countries it's not approved in the US or the sole yeah because 600 kids died yeah after vaccines oh yeah yeah yeah it turns out that this vaccine actually made it so if a kid got that were an adult too I suppose got the vaccine but they had never previously been exposed to dengue then it could make it so when they do get exposed to dengue it's like way worse like the infection ends up way worse and they'll end up with that leaky he what was it leaky tissues plasma leakage syndrome plasma leakage syndrome that just sounds nasty yeah yeah I don't know what I say that dengue is a threat I guess if you live in one of those countries where they have outbreaks from time to time but it sounds like the dengue vaccine is even more of a threat yes it does sound that way and I mean they've gone they've gone forward and said that oh yeah anybody who hasn't been exposed to dengue before should not get the vaccine well that's nice of them nice of them a little disclaimer there but yeah isn't it funny that so much of the cysts of the things on this list are actually things that have vaccines or some kind of pharmacy attention for them you know other than the x-ray eyes the exercise diet it's like other than that everything is like well don't worry we got a vaccine for that it's global health rep don't worry well and of course you know coming back to the Gates Foundation you know before dengue it was malaria which does kill a lot of people I mean there's an article we carried on sod about plan to exterminate mosquitos just received major funding from the Gates Foundation this is actually last year but they talk about how mosquitos kill eight hundred and thirty thousand people around the world each year so what is their solution oh we're just gonna genetically modify a mosquito use it as a flying syringe and you know they're really doing this science it's it's back in 2008 we carried an article on sod about it about how over twenty two countries were figuring out how to develop mosquitoes and to fly and syringes so they could deliver vaccines that's just that insane that's like you know I heard about that I got it it was a long time ago maybe it was back in 2008 or something like that and it was a guy I knew who was you know into the wackier kind of conspiracy type stuff and he told me about genetically modified mosquitoes and I was like bullshit I'm like there's no way that's not true and it's like no it's true I'm gonna have to send that guy an email yeah if our listeners or viewers are interested it's called no escape from the madness Bill Gates funds flying syringe mosquitoes to deliver vaccines that's fully insane that's like dystopian future craziness like talk about taking apples agency away right it's like oh that you cannot be you know mandatory vaccinations well nevermind you don't have a choice if you get bitten by the better hope you don't live somewhere where there's a lot of mosquitoes they had over 4,000 proposals of people that wanted to work on this and they gave out a hundred and four grants recipients included universities nonprofit organizations government agencies and six private companies I mean and that's almost 11 years ago so you know somewhere in some petri lab they got a flying vaccine out already we've probably already been inoculated with it yeah dan gala to be good a check or no I don't know it says that five percent of the world is at risk of dengue fever and it kills up to 20% of those who get severe dengue sounds pretty bad I guess put that under depending on where you live yeah yeah definitely because I lived in a climate where there was a lot of mosquitoes and if you eat lots of garlic just put a fan on you maybe have a mosquito net there was no dengue though I was in the first world so mmm all right so yeah maybe possible possible threat alright and then the last one is they the HIV is Tiff's calls it the AIDS the AIDS yeah well this is another one we did an entire show on just about its nefarious origins all that and the subterfuge and how it was discovered I don't know if we should go it's there but we did have the show thing goes called what's up with the AIDS or something like something like yeah yeah so oh well the booth considers us to be a global threat still they said that more than 70 million people have died since hiv/aids virus was first discovered and that 37 million people are now infected with the HIV yeah I feel like this is another one I mean there's a lot of controversy around this and they kind of like you know there are people out there who say that the HIV AIDS thing in North America is not the same thing or in Western countries in general is not the same thing as the AIDS that you see in Africa where it's really like Adam you know pandemic levels or whatever where it's actually really a major major problem you know not that it isn't a problem in in Western countries too I mean it is a thing but I think if you were to isolate Western countries then it wouldn't be anywhere near the top 10 list I don't think anyway I don't think it would be interesting to see a breakdown at the numbers but I think that that the HIV AIDS thing it's kind of like once everybody figured out that they could you know wear condoms and be relatively safe you know the blood blood transfusion thing got figured out it kind of seems like it's a lot more under control now it seems like it's only once again poverty and no access to you know well education for one thing but also sanitation and all those other kinds of things I mean this is like a yet another one that fits under that umbrella of poverty mm-hmm yeah and I think even in our show we covered that I remember you saying Tiffany that they don't even necessarily have a test that gives you a hundred percent positive okay right yeah I think that test only shows antibodies and usually with a test and you have antibodies to that particular virus that's considered a good thing but if you just have antibodies for HIV then that means that you have HIV doesn't quite make any weight yeah I think we did talk about that in our aids show but I don't know if I'll put this on top 10 threat to global health yeah I can't it's pretty low yeah it depends on where you live again and then again you have to consider the treatment like those anti retrovirals those are no joke they have some really serious side effects yes are they dying from the HIV AIDS are they dying from the accumulated years of thinking things are retroviral drugs yes I mean look at Maggie Johnson see taking those drugs that dude looks healthy is home yeah that's true does it look like he's got the AIDS you know anyway yeah I wouldn't put it on my top ten list else but no I think I wouldn't either I mean again it's kind of like it's a problem in a kind of isolated area yeah check out our old show on AIDS and check out the documentary House of numbers it goes in much greater detail our old show though you have to find it on site because it was before we were on video so you won't find the youtubes yeah well well segue into our art our 10 top health threats yeah yeah yeah the who neglected in our eyes yeah yeah so number one glyphosate absolutely that number one two I think that is for those who are not in the know that is roundup yeah weed killer Santo created Bayer owned glyphosate probably the most evil chemical on the face of the planet just everywhere everywhere it's absolutely everywhere yeah that stuff is nasty we've done a show on that recently as well you can find that in our YouTube history I just plug in all the old shows here yeah well it's helped us come up with our own list right next one 5g yes again I interviewed Scott oaken Scotty's tech dot info about the five g's and yeah it's super super bad and that's it's like it's we're on the verge of it being absolutely everywhere we're gonna be beamed you can feel it already yeah and whether you have a cell phone or not it's not gonna matter yeah yeah so that's definitely a global health threat especially since this could be put on satellite and like beamed onto the planet you can't really escape it mm-hmm that's when will will really be putting on our tin foil hats yes literally literally living in our little Faraday cage not going outside Oh underground maybe maybe that'll be the new thing like subterranean dwelling to 5 G's yeah number three was vaccine and vaccine enthusiasm I think we kind of covered that pretty well so don't be swayed don't be intimidated yeah I think the vaccine enthusiasm is is kind of more of the health threat because that's yeah that's what's kind of pushing people who are actually resisting into you know either forcing or you know coercing them kind of going against what they know and falling in line yeah yeah and a lot of scare mongering for sure yeah maybe the mainstream media should have been on our list actually that's a global I have a feeling anyone watching us though it's not really plugged into the mainstream media number for opioids the opioid epidemic yeah not really again I mean you could maybe argue that that's kind of regional as well because that's pretty much America as far as I can tell I don't think that as huge a problem in other countries mm-hmm maybe an email UK I don't know is UK have an opioid problem right now I don't know I don't remember reading much about it but I'm sure they must a certain extent but it's really bad in the United States really bad yeah yeah well in that the UK also doesn't have that the pharma being able to put ads on TV so maybe petrol aren't as swayed by that yeah it's pretty bad I think two years ago Donald Trump designated a national emergency mm-hmm things really happened as a result other than right now the Sackler family they created what was the name of the organization Purdue Pharma they're going through a lot of lawsuits right now actually communities in states like Massachusetts are suing them so we'll see how that comes out because it willingly put a product on the market the oxycontin that they knew was what 13 times more addictive or something yeah yeah yeah well hopefully those lawsuits maybe we'll have another monsanto on our hands people getting dollars mmm yeah it's like you know as people across the board come out about it I think it doesn't matter what your race or income status or any of those things are it's all across the board it does not discriminate so I think people are gonna start speaking out about it as more and more people die so number five the WHO and the CDC ah he would just say that I think they are very a threat to global global health because they're so backwards and they give out such crappy information about how to keep yourself healthy everything is this vaccine vaccine Betsy yeah Maxie exactly I mean Jesus like the CDC you want to talk about corrupt like they're way worse than their well actually I don't know if they're way worse know who but laughing in exposed it's certainly worth like highest study results and like manipulating things and like they're they're just brutal they're SSS I think it was a robber Neff Kennedy jr. the vaccine guy yeah yeah he I think he called them like a cesspool of corruption I think is very accurate well they have the nickname Centers for Disease creation yeah so whenever something says the CDC says you just think cesspool of corruption and move on exactly the cesspool of corruption says all right next on our list and direct cringe disruptors flat let's platelets as I say up flat wits plastic plastic BGA yep soy the soy don't you think is yeah anything basically estrogenic compounds that end up in the environment yeah like they they're they're chemicals that are used in foods are used in plastics they're used Packaging there used cleansing products they're used in makeup yeah they're like everywhere and then they're I mean whose natural ones too like I said in soy flaxseeds there's a whole bunch of them and they're basically these estrogenic compounds that just completely mess up your hormones that can lead to cancers that can lead to feminizing of men and boys to man boobs yeah turns the frog's gay as Alex Jones is fond of saying so yeah I'd say that definitely is a threat to global health and it is really global too I mean those things are everywhere that's not kind of like a Western phenomenon thought that those endocrine disruptors are in like everything they're everywhere I even found them in the urine of polar bears widespread it is it's yeah next social social justice left ur left left Earth social justice warriors or extreme leftist yeah yeah I think they're more of a threat to people's mental health mental health and the social norms and morality of society these people are I guess you call themselves progressiveness they just want to tear down tradition poke their fingers into the family traditional religion like Christianity they just really have an axe to grind with traditional American or family or Western values or Christian values they're really kind of like sick people yeah they don't know I think they don't care about apps yeah they don't care about facts everything is about feelings everything about your identity I can't have all the ways up there they just want to tear down society and rebuild it into some kind of sick utopian image of theirs or anything goes yep yeah next transgender agenda transgender agenda yeah I would say that's a pretty uh pretty yeah I mean this is a sticky one but I mean I'd say like the real problem with it is kind of if when it comes to kids you know what kind of like deciding that these kids are actually transgender and they want to put them on puberty blocking drugs and you know undergoing surgeries and things like that like that stuff that's just that's like child abuse straight up like my honestly think that's the case I mean if you're an adult and you decide that you are the wrong gender and you want to do whatever you want to do by all means go ahead it's really the kids the kids that that that I find very disturbing yeah I agree completely it's hard enough growing up in the climate that we live in now as a child to throw that in there to even mean I raise kids and 20 years ago that didn't happen so I can only imagine what it's like now to try and navigate the world and then have your gender being questioned or are you questioning your gender I should say it's really shocking yeah should we move on yeah well yeah I don't know just how they argue against you know basic biology yeah they're men and there are women and that's it I mean there's a small number home a frenetic type persons but come on yeah you're such a minority of the population has so much control now over what everyone thinks or says yeah it's just ridiculous that's all I have to say about that yes amazing so we came up with our list right the next one is the vegan push push how do you say it put push push yeah in the vegan push wanting to turn everyone yeah I think that that's definite health threat especially given how prevalent it is you know it's basically like common knowledge and I use air quotes that the vegan diet is the most healthy diet and that we should all be eating vegan and not only is it the best diet for us it's the best diet for the environment and that's the thing you know they tie into it it's like well even if you don't care about the animals you should at least care about the planet that you live on your mother and the vegan diet is the like as if you know mono crop GMO pesticide Laden vegan food is good for the environment I mean what universe do you live in that's just ridiculous yeah this more push towards veganism like every second article you see in the mainstream media is like if you want to save the planet you have to stop eating meat it's ridiculous and all these like beyond meat and like meat and like all these fake meat things that are just like a genetically modified chemical shitstorm and they're sitting there trying to tell you that that's better for you then eating meat I mean Jesus sprinkled with glyphosate of course course yeah of course for your added health benefit well they did that so sorry yeah god I'm gonna say there was that there was that group mother's something anyway a group of moms that was it yeah they did a test on the beyond burger and found ya glyphosate like high levels of glyphosate in it so instead of the be on burger saying oh you know we're gonna try and deal with this we're really sorry they're like glyphosate it's not bad for you it's not that bad it only take 20 years for it to show up when you have stomach cancer and IBS you know colon cancer Oh with non-hodgkins lymphoma well it's like if you don't drop dead immediately after consuming certain foods then it's kind of like the manufacturers gonna get a pass I mean show how they don't actually give a shit about the environment or the health of their consumers you know them to double down on that and just be like well glyphosate is not bad for you if you know you you're clueless for one thing and also the fact that they're seem completely unaware of the fact that there's all these lawsuits coming out right now against it to say it's like are you guys not reading the news you're gonna turn around and say well it's not bad for you all right and our final one I Jennifer genic iatrogenic deaths that's basically our croaking from routine medical care and medications like they're taking their medicines the way the doctor prescribes them and the side effects eventually get them yeah or there go undergoing surgeries or something just any kind of medical procedures that will chop the ears off of your life yeah they say that over a hundred thousand is it over a hundred thousand people die a year just from doctor prescribed medications I think it's more than that I thought it was four hi maybe I'm wrong though a hundred thousand they've never done any tests on you know polypharmacy like people taking more than one prescription medication yeah it was a bunch of other you know they're taking all these handful of pills every day they never tested over the long-term like what kind of effect does this have on people nobody knows well it's actually the on the screen there we've got there it's seven million eight hundred thousand in ten years so that's a limit for 10 years so so there you go like that's yeah that's crazy I mean again I mean I don't know that they actually well no that's probably a pretty firm figure actually they'll know if somebody died from from medications for sure that's not just a number out of the air underestimation actually because I say you have cancer or you know they might say oh well this person had cancer but really they died from the effects of chemo there yeah totally yeah that's definitely a possibility and you know the fact that that isn't on the list of the who like I mean if you just look at the numbers here and you said what it was like 11,000 from Ebola and you've got 7 million over 10 years so that's like 700 thousand a year compared to 11,000 it's like do the math man who who are you kidding are you kidding we haven't made a lot of who jokes well there you have it that's our who list or our counter list to the who the aunty who the aunty no yep yeah I like our list better mm-hmm I think it's more accurate and a lot of them our listeners and viewers can find on thought we've done shows on it so if you want to learn more about it just tune in listen to the audio version of our previous format yeah so oh go on Doug no I was just gonna say I think we I don't know that we've done one on iatrogenic deaths and I think that maybe we could in the future yes very good so we will have go to our pet health segment and a little bit lighter note cats meowing hello and welcome to the Peck health segment of the objective health program today we are going to attempt to answer a very important question why do cats meow so watch the following video and don't forget to stay until the end for a cute musical surprise have a nice summer everyone this is a difficult question to answer even for the most expert in feline ethology currently it is estimated that cats can emit more than 100 different types of vocalizations however many of these come under very similar categories and is possible to break them down into 11 different songs which cats use for their daily communication while this is a video for the different types of meows cats make the word comes from the onomatopoeic word for the standard of meow this is the one they use most often when they want to draw their owners attention there is no single meaning for a cat's meow as there are so many possibilities the cat would implement this signed however we can interpret what our cat wants to express by paying attention to the tone intensity and frequency of the meow as well as observing their body length in general the more intense the cat's meow the more urgent or important is the message they want to convey parain is characterized as a rhythmic sound emitted in a low volume which can also have a range of frequency a low domestic cats purr is well known wild cats will also vocalize this most characteristic assigns felines purr for a variety of reasons according to their age and the reality they experience a mother cat uses parent can their kittens during childbirth and the first days of their life before their eyes are ruined many kittens vocalized this song both when they breastfeed and when they are afraid of unknown stimuli in adult cats prone occurs most often in positive situations they're usually in a state of relaxation comfort or contentedness such as when they are eating or being petted however Perrin is not always synonymous with pleasure cats may / when they are sick or vulnerable or a sign of fear in threatening situations this could be when they are in confrontation with another cat or are being scolded by an owner the chirp is a sound similar to a musical trill in which the cat emits a sound with its mouth closed it is an ascending and very short vocalization rarely lasting one second at a time in general this sound is most often used by cats and their kittens to communicate with each other during breastfeeding and we need however adult cats can also make this thrashing sign to give their loved ones a friendly greeting cats you snorting as a form of self-defense they opened their mouths wide and expel air abruptly to frighten possible predators or other animals which invade their territory and may threaten their well-being sometimes the air is expelled so quickly the snort sounds more like a spitting noise it is a very peculiar and typical feline vocalization which it could begin making from the age of three weeks onwards when the mating and breeding season arrives almost all cats with vocalization ability amid sexual call in cats both females and males vocalize an intensely prolonged moon to communicate their presence and attract their progress males will also make this noise to ward away other males in their territory royal anus of warning sign' cats gave when they're angry or stressed and don't want to be disturbed the vocalizations can be short or long but the meeting is the same if your cat growls at you it is best to give them some space and leave them to calm down however if they did with too much frequency is a sign of some physical or mental health issue so a visit to the vet is necessary if you've already heard a cat crying or screaming pain you know how distressing this high-pitched and intense Sun can be cats might scream when they have been injured but it is also a noise they make after made it there's a distress call which is vocalized almost exclusively by kittens during their first weeks of life its meaning in very general terms is basically I need you mom the sound is similar to a meow but the kitten limits it loudly and urgently to communicate a need or imminent feelings of danger this is why there are sometimes known as an emergency call this could be due to feeling trapped being hungry cold or whatever a kitten may need shrieks and howls are long high-pitched sounds which usually appear as the next step after a growl especially if the person in which the girl was directed has not heated their warning at this point the reason for making the sign is not to warn them but to threaten the other individual and show they are ready for combat if necessary for this reason this sound is most common in unneutered adult meals chattering is the popular name for a type of high-pitched vibrating sign which can submit while shaping their jaws it occurs in situations of extreme excitement and or frustration for example when they see possible prey through a window but they cannot reach it the murmuring sound of cats is very special and is usually a combination of pairing grunting and meowing in addition to being pleasant to the ear the murmur also has a positive meaning behind it this used to show gratitude and satisfaction this could be in return for receiving their favorite treat or being given some caresses which generate much pleasure a kid oh now we can kind of figure out what they're saying translator well that's our show for today thank you everyone for joining us and please subscribe below you'd like to see our future shows and listen in and we will have another interesting topic next week bye everybody

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