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Lost Arts Radio Show #193 - Special Guest Anita Nicole

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America's positions of power and trust have been infiltrated by those who believe the people are the legitimate prey and food of government. Unconstitutional agencies operating under color of law have been established. They make their own policies which are de facto laws. One such unconstitutional agency out of many is Child Protective Services.

Like other agencies, it is named to sound completely benevolent, and for some of its work, rescuing children from truly abusive and dangerous parents, that is accurate. But the problem arises when rogue religions (i.e. belief systems that by definition cannot be questioned) like the religion of vaccination and the religion of chemotherapy become mainstream "policy" (de facto law). Now the definition of child abuse includes not injecting your child with government approved cocktails of harmful, potentially fatal ingredients at the command of the medical industry. It also includes any situation where a parent is seen as a threat to medical or government agency dogma. In such cases, "child protective services" commonly kidnaps the child, and the parent is presumed guilty until and unless they are lucky enough to prove themselves innocent. During the process, the child remains in the custody of foster care, famous for drugging kids and sometimes killing them.

You are not supposed to know about any of this. But Lost Arts Radio and others think you should know. Anita Nicole's baby was stolen by Child "Protective" Services, and she has been going through Hell as a result. We're going to broadcast the details. We think you will want to be there, be warned to be careful with your kids, and warn others to be aware of organizations operating with government support that may be interested in kidnapping their children under color of law. There are things parents can do to be more cautious, and to truly protect their kids. We're going to talk about it.

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