What Humanity Needs To Realize

In the end, the lesson mankind needs to learn is simple. But before any meaningful change can happen in our world, we need to learn that lesson. With clips of Bill Hicks, John “Economic Hitman” Perkins, David Icke, and others. We Are Change.

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

7 Comments on "What Humanity Needs To Realize"

  1. david icke? come on lads, were you that short on material when making the video?

    • R.A christian | Feb 15, 2014 at 7:08 pm |

      Not sure why your more concerned about the messenger than the message. I don’t agree with some of his views but being able to respect them is key for us moving forward….Just because you don’t like him does that make what he is saying less accurate?

      • Anarchy Pony | Feb 15, 2014 at 9:36 pm |

        Maybe the dislike is a result of the wild inaccuracy. You might have your cause and effect backward.

      • you are right friend, in that the message in this particular excerpt of his is spot on. i just think that the video would be better served by having RAW or Leary there, Icke is just too divisive and even to people left of field, a little unhinged.

  2. Jin The Ninja | Feb 16, 2014 at 12:51 pm |

    a- anarchist, best to google it if you don’t know what that means.
    b- anarchists (plural) have been legitimately criticising capitalism for 300 years. also some of the first theorists of eco-politics.
    c- to suggest icke is wildly speculative and wildly innaccurate is no way supportive of current structures of domination and power.

    try again?

    • An ex football commentator who once said on national television he is Jesus, now gets around the world making millions of dollars telling the masses we are ruled over by blood-drinking shape shifting repltilians, who only succeeds in making people feel more powerless, angry and scared and you’re saying his message is somehow not worth listening to? Oh….wait a second…

      • Jin The Ninja | Feb 16, 2014 at 8:07 pm |

        he is worth listening to- IF and ONLY IF one can divorce the outlandish metaphor and messianic-cult appeal from the socio-economic critique. in other words, he writes great speculative fiction with plenty of real world context, but if one is too illiterate to understand- and subsequently believes what he says verbatim- it is probably not for you. or reptilians wearing people skin really do rule us all. who knows?

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