Lost Arts Radio Show #145 – Special Guest Al Whitney

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Applications of UCC Law: Anti-Corruption Society’s Al Whitney

Lost Arts Radio Show on Sunday 10/1/17

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Al Whitney

Listener’s to Lost Arts Radio have been emailing me, asking to please invite Al Whitney back on the show as soon as possible. Al is a long-time legal researcher and analyst who has assembled a large collection of educational materials in written and video form on her unique, incredibly informative website www.anticorruptionsociety.com. The material is relevant because of its possible application in helping to stop the global rulers’ many crimes against humanity.

An example of how this is being done is the project called the Inpower Movement (www.inpowermovement.com). This is a group of people headed by Josh del Sol (see the great smart meter video, Take Back Your Power) and commercial law expert Cal Washington. They are determined to stop the advance of smart meter installation and get the ones already installed removed. Then they plan to use their same commercial law system using a Notice of Liability, that makes individuals in government and industry personally liable for all the damage their programs cause, against other crimes of the power structure, such as vaccines, geoengineering, chemical agriculture, and a long list of others.

So I wanted to get Al on the show to talk about what she thinks of the Inpower movement and its strategy, generally also to educate us about what UCC and commercial law really is and how it can help us in real life situations. We are fortunate that Al has agreed to come back on Lost Arts Radio for a discussion this Sunday that promises to cover a lot of important ground. I hope you will be there to learn from it along with Doug, myself and other listeners worldwide.

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