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Lost Arts Radio Show #59 - Special Guests Francis Boyle and Elbert Guillory

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Dr. Francis A. Boyle, attorney and professor at the University of Illinois (https://www.law.illinois.edu/faculty/profile/FrancisBoyle), is one of those amazing people who has gone through the advanced levels of higher education winning many high honors for exceptional achievement, getting his J.D. law degree plus a Ph.D in political science, and still kept his common sense, wisdom and care for humanity fully intact. He has worked on many human rights projects around the world, lectured in many countries, been instrumental in working to prevent nuclear and biological war, and is the author of many books. He has also been a frequent guest on Alex Jones' show (www.prisonplanet.tv).

Professor Boyle has many areas of expertise, which include bioweapons. He believes the Zika crisis is a bioweapons project, the result of genetic engineering of mosquitoes in South America with specific purposes in mind. We are going to hear from him about the context and scope of what he believes the project really involves.

Elbert Guillory (www.elbertguillory.com), a Senator in the State of Louisiana, is running for the U.S. Congress to be of service to all of the American people. He has had an amazing career to this point in his life, and has overcome hardships and challenges in ways that should inspire us all and remind us we can do anything we decide to achieve. He is now aiming to go even farther, and put an honest voice into the Congress, in the midst of the "challenging" environment of Washington D.C. We think you will be inspired and refreshed by his story, and maybe even get a vision of what government could be, as an honest servant of the people, protecting our individual freedoms as our founders originally intended.

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