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Lost Arts Radio Show #302- Special Guest Dara Berger

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Since Dara Berger (www.daraberger.com) was on our show last time, discussing her book How To Prevent Autism (www.howtopreventautism.org), she has started a new educational podcast entitled "Every Choice Counts" (www.everychoicecounts.org), and expanded her expertise into a wider range of issues affecting the lives of children and adults in the U.S. and worldwide.

This Sunday, we'll get the opportunity to hear from Dara on many subjects, but especially I want to get her insights on how the lockdowns in response to the manufactured "pandemic" have affected the lives and well-being of children. By last February, some of us knew the lockdowns were coming. But I personally did not foresee that a fake pandemic, built around an engineered but not exceptionally dangerous virus, would trigger by far the biggest coordinated assault on humanity in world history.

As we watch governments, media and corporations of all kinds work in collusion to spread and maintain fear so that we will all be inclined to follow illogical, nonsensical orders that have the effect of devastating the lives of people everywhere, children are being damaged physically and emotionally more than most of the rest of us. Making them wear masks to impede their breathing, stay away from each other and learn that humans are dangerous to each other, has been and continues to be a disastrous experience.

Dara's insights into what children are experiencing now will be added to her suggestions of what positive options parents still have to protect their kids from further damage. This Sunday's visit with Dara promises to be an educational experience for us all, and I hope you'll be there to share it with us.

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