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Lost Arts Radio Show #92 - Special Guest Travis Middleton

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Travis Middleton, independent paralegal, is an inspirational person we all need to learn from. He is standing up against the unconstitutional California law called "SB277," which requires California children to be injected with poisons, in order to go to school. All of this is justified by the unscientific belief that such practices actually prevent disease, which is completely false, but you are just supposed to trust the state. You are not supposed to know, but just blindly obey, worshipping whatever ideas the state declares "scientific," even when those claims are lies.

Many of our California listeners and friends, aware that vaccines are potentially deadly and do not prevent disease, have been distressed and unsure how to proceed, since the California governor signed into law a bill passed by the California legislature, SB277, which requires that all children be vaccinated (no, vaccines do not "immunize" anyone, other than the drug dealers, who are immune if the vaccines kill your child) in order to go to school, even in private schools. If parents try to protect their children by not vaccinating them, they can be considered guilty of truancy, and risk having their children kidnapped by CPS, a government-supported child trafficking ring pretending to be an agency solely to protect children from harm.

The biggest danger of vaccination laws like SB277 is to those millions of parents, the vast majority, that have bought into the belief that vaccination is actually a good thing. Their children will pay the price, not only the ones that die from the shots, but as Dr. Moulden pointed out, EVERY vaccination causes serious long term, and sometimes immediate, harm.  There are things we can do, to help reduce that harm from what many of us allowed before we knew better, so do not be discouraged about mistakes already made.