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Lost Arts Radio Show #147 - Special Guest Travis Middleton

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Several of our recent shows have dealt with issues of individuals from the general population using tools of law to block destructive programs of the global rulers, on national or local levels. In America, law was intended to be a tool available to any individual, for protection of their rights from intrusion by government, corporations or other individuals. Yet over time, we have come to believe that only attorneys can know, understand and use the law, on behalf of those that hire them.

The fact remains, though, that any of us can learn how to use law ourselves, and some brave individuals are demonstrating how this can be done. One of those heroic individuals is former guest and legal researcher, Travis Middleton. Travis filed multiple law suits against California government representatives, in an effort to nullify the state law that resulted from SB 277. Listeners who have been aware of the plan to force vaccinate kids and then adults, in the U.S. and worldwide, know that SB 277 was the bill that California governor Jerry Brown signed into law, requiring children in California to be injected with all state-recommended vaccines in order to go to school. Many groups protested against that law, but Travis Middleton took legal action to overturn it, which is still an ongoing contest between Travis and the state.

Travis will be our guest to get into a very educational discussion on how individuals can use forgotten parts of the law to protect themselves when under attack by lone criminals, malicious corporations, or government crime. We are not advocating any particular action, but suggesting that educating ourselves about the protective possibilities of the law is a good thing to do, in case you are ever in a position to need the tools at your disposal. Travis has explained previously that even attorneys do not know what he and others have uncovered, tools that could become very valuable, if and when you need them.

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