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Lost Arts Radio Show #186 - Special Guest Dr. Sherri Tenpenny

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While the vast majority of people who go through medical school have succumbed to the system of repetition and memorization that has largely replaced real learning in higher education, a few brilliant exceptions to this rule have become the voices of truth in the medical profession. "Safe and Effective" is the mantra memorized doctors and other health professionals in today's academic environments, and passed on to the patients and clients that trust them. This slogan is repeated by government agencies and media all day every day with the result that most of the population actually believes it must be true.

The main problem with this belief that vaccines are safe and effective, is that the opposite is actually the case. But anyone, especially doctors, who dares to expose and explain this is seen as a threat to a multi-trillion dollar industry and to agendas at higher levels in the power structure that few understand. By speaking out they are risking everything. So the choice most doctors and medical personnel make is to go along with the propaganda, have a lucrative career supported by the system, pushing the incredible damage they are causing to patients out of their conscious awareness. The road much less chosen is to let the public know that vaccines maim and kill, and do not prevent disease (though they may change its form). Doctors and others who choose this more difficult path deserve all the support we can give them.

One of the world's foremost speakers of the truth on vaccines is Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, D.O. I recently heard a recording of her presentation at a meeting in California, and thought it was one of the best explanations of what is wrong with the "safe and effective" mantra that I've ever heard. I was hoping Dr. Tenpenny might come on our show to talk about this critically important subject, and this week that will actually happen.

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