True Resistance, Kathy Kelly 60 years old with 60 Arrests

In this video Luke Rudkowski interviews Kathy Kelly, American peace activist, pacifist and author.

Kathy just got back from one of her twelve trips to Afghanistan, in order to publically share the stories of families that she lived with. Kathy has traveled to many war zones and documented heartbreaking stories of families that were affected by war. She has also been arrested 60 times in her life and refuses to pay taxes that goes to supporting many of the wars that she has documented.

Via WeAreChange


Luke Rudkowski is an independent journalist, activist, live streamer and founder of

16 Comments on "True Resistance, Kathy Kelly 60 years old with 60 Arrests"

  1. jasonpaulhayes | Sep 13, 2013 at 2:30 pm |

    Kathy Kelly is a good person but Luke will always be suspicious to me for associating with Mark Dice (Racist), Adam Kokesh (Armed march on The White House), David Icke (Jesus Himself), Alex Jones (The Truthiest) and blaming everything bad on the Illuminati (Freethinking Democratic Reformers).

    • Ok, now I get why people have issues with WAC. Somehow I didn’t get the memo about Luke’s dubious associates.
      For some reason though, I really like David Ikce. I just cannot take him or most of his views seriously. I think he may have had some kind of an actual shamanic/transcendent experience that he did not quite know now to handle and the result was lizard people, the Illuminati and all the rest of it. He’s gloriously mad in a way I find quite charming.

      • jasonpaulhayes | Sep 13, 2013 at 4:28 pm |

        He started out with the claim he was the second coming of Jesus. He harps on the Rothschild Family to support fiscal policy based upon Jesus casting the Money Changers out of the Temple.

        • Rhoid Rager | Sep 13, 2013 at 9:03 pm |

          So moneychanging families, like the Rothschilds, have had nothing to do with the establishment of the third privately-owned central bank in the US, the issuance of compound-interest-bearing, debt-based fiat currency, the unpegging of the US dollar to gold, and the establishment of the US petrodollar as the world reserve currency?

          And what’s wrong with claiming to be the son of god? It’s better than claiming to have the ‘authority’ to arrest and detain someone….now that’s mental illness.

          • jasonpaulhayes | Sep 13, 2013 at 10:20 pm |

            Like the Rothschilds? Claiming to be the son of an imaginary creature isn’t mental illness but being a peace officer is? Clearly we have fundamentally different views on international banking, divinity and human behavior. Your view isn’t “your” view at all, it’s one that’s been largely disseminated to a target demographic.


          • Rhoid Rager | Sep 13, 2013 at 11:05 pm |

            Harhar. Look forward to more arguments with you.

          • Rhoid Rager | Sep 13, 2013 at 11:51 pm |

            That rationalwiki site seems to have a lot of emotionally-charged words embedded in their arguments, despite the (mis)nomer of ‘rational’. I guess using rationality to ‘debunk’ pseudoscience is quite a frustrating effort….people just won’t accept ‘rationality’, even when one uses hurtful and condescending words to reinforce their ‘rational’ arguments. Incidentally, those religious folk, like Jehovah’s witnesses, who come to my door every other Sunday are really quick to fly off the handle and tell me I’m an irrational idiot when I tell them that I can’t believe in their god. Oh wait, that’s just the atheists.

          • jasonpaulhayes | Sep 14, 2013 at 1:17 am |

            That’s why I love RAW so much, he presents rational inquiry in a satirical, comedic and lighthearted manor while still not feeding you any BS.

          • Rhoid Rager | Sep 14, 2013 at 1:49 am |

            Anyone but yourself will always try to peddle a belief system to you, even Robert Anton Wilson. That’s what belief systems, including ‘rationality’ are…the beliefs of others and not yourself. The ‘system’ part is a mind-game to make you think there’s more to it than the believing part.

          • jasonpaulhayes | Sep 14, 2013 at 7:05 pm |

            That’s what you would have me believe…

      • Lucky bastard. I wish my mental illness was glorious or charming.

        • If you keep working at it I’m sure you can achieve great things in that regard.

    • VaudeVillain | Sep 13, 2013 at 5:03 pm |

      I’m just not a fan of him as an interviewer. This one isn’t so bad, but he frequently comes across as frankly spastic, seems primarily interested in a brand of “gotcha” journalism that is just tedious, shows more interest in pontificating on his own views than actually hearing answers and has an editor far too fond of short cuts and sound bites to be credible.

    • BuzzCoastin | Sep 13, 2013 at 7:56 pm |

      Luke’s got balls & asks the tough questions the scumbags hate
      & I’ve never seen him shill for Duh Man

      he that is without questionable friends is a bore
      FYI: Jebus got the same bad rap:
      hangs out with tax collectors, whores, drunks & unsavory types

  2. Thanks for the introduction to this amazing lady.

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