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Lost Arts Radio Show #166 - Special Guest Lloyd Marcus

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I have been listening to the public talks given by Lloyd Marcus (www.lloydmarcus.com) for many years now, and reading his articles in News with Views (www.newswithviews.com). Lloyd has been writing and speaking about the fact that all of us are one family of human beings, and do not need to be fighting and hating each other. A simple message but powerful enough to heal our world if we really live it. Lloyd remembers life in a ghetto, where people were keeping each other down in despair, blaming everyone but themselves, and never even seeing the opportunities for a better life that surrounded them every day.

Following the great example of courage and character set by his father, Lloyd accomplished a lot in his life and ended up being a patriot singer/songwriter and speaker, traveling all over the US, inspiring people to realize we are all just Americans, not hyphenated Americans, differentiating among ourselves by wherever our ancestors happened to live, or what "race" we are assigned to by skin color and other traits of our physical bodies.

The top level global rulers want to give us every reason they can think of for us to feel divided, to fight each other and to hate everyone outside of our specific group, because they know if we are busy fighting each other, we will not be interfering with their plans to destroy us. People like Lloyd Marcus are reminding us not to fall for this nonsense, and to realize that we all have common interests and goals for a peaceful, successful, free and happy life. By cooperating and helping each other achieve those goals, we can stop the destruction and create the future that we and those who come after us deserve to have. Don't forget to check out Lloyd's inspirational talks and music on his site.

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