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Lost Arts Radio Show #133 - Special Guest Michelle Ford

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Well things are heating up on the vaccine issue in what used to be several independent countries in Europe (now the EU). Recent articles posted on Lost Arts Radio have detailed the public's outrage in response to the Italian government's new decree that more vaccines will now be mandatory for all children, with big fines or worse for parents who resist injecting the children with the required poisons. Governments worldwide, in collusion with the vaccine industry, are still pretending that vaccines prevent disease, and try to ignore the millions of children crippled or killed with these wonderful gifts of "science."

The world is quickly getting more and more like a high-energy sci-fi/adventure movie, and all of us have been cast into it, playing our parts so perfectly that it all looks real, and in a way, it is. Oh, in case I forgot to mention it, you are the main star character in the movie, and no, I'm not kidding. What you do really matters, as we've been discussing on the Saturday show, particularly what you do inside your own mind and emotions, while you're taking care of your regular physical life and responsibilities.

So Italy is a major focus right now, and this Sunday it will be our great privilege to have Michelle Ford, founder of Vaccine Injury Awareness League (www.v-ial.org), with us to discuss what is going on there. Michelle just returned from participating in the protests in Bologna, Italy, so she'll be bringing us the real inside story on the situation in Italy, and it is very closely related to what is going on in the U.S. and many other countries at the same time.

Hopefully you understand by now that vaccines work perfectly as designed.

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