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Lost Arts Radio Show #165 - Special Guest Cheriel Jensen

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Cheriel Jensen, 78, has been working to bring sanity to government (a pretty ambitious undertaking, I know) for a large part of her life. After suffering from pesticide poisoning in the office building where she worked, she decided she had to do something to help rid the environment of toxins that threaten the well-being of everyone.

Her latest project, the one I just found out about, is an initiative for the California legislature that would ban a long list of toxic chemicals from use in her state, to also serve as a model of what could be done everywhere else. That in itself would be something great, but Cheriel's initiative, which by the way she wrote herself, including all the technical language, would also ban GMO's (finally, yes BAN them not label them), reverse California's criminal mandatory vaccine law, ban many damaging ingredients from vaccines, require true safety testing for vaccines and many other potential hazardous materials we come in contact with in daily life, ban poisonous water system additives like chlorine (a dangerous and unnecessary poison) and fluoride (no, Fluoride does not help your teeth and never did – see the work of Dr. Paul Connett). And this is only the beginning of what this initiative would do. It even addresses geoengineering by making it a crime to dump particulates into the atmosphere.

I think you will agree with me that this initiative needs our full support. Cheriel will tell us what kinds of help she needs most urgently, during this signature-gathering phase of the work, prior to getting onto the California ballot. We'll do our part by alerting groups and individuals that would want to help her succeed. Cheriel's story reminds us all to use the valuable time at our disposal, to make the best contributions to humanity we can during this brief lifetime.

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