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At a recent taping of the Max Keiser show, Luke Rudkowski was able to meetup and interview comedian Lee Camp about the situation in Syria. In this video Lee breaks down the situation in Syria and how he uses comedy as a way to make people think about issues that are normally ignored.
In this video, Luke Rudkowski tells you how to deal with one of the biggest fear’s, the fear of public speaking.
He goes into great detail about his personal strategy and gives you some advice on how to mentally and physically deal with the fear. We hope this video is helpful to you and we wish to continue this dialog series so please ask us your questions on Luke’s social media.
In this video Luke Rudkowski documents an anti war protest on August 29th 2013. He asks the protesters why they are protesting, what people should know and what they hope to happen.
In this video Luke Rudkowski hits the streets of NYC to talk to random people about the current situation regarding Syria.
This is an honest look into what random people think about the upcoming war. Everyone who was interviewed was included in this video and we did not edit out anyone who we talked to. As you can see the majority of people we spoke to were against the war, except for one person but a lot of people also seemed not to care about the situation.
In this video Luke Rudkowski answers a question that he recently got from a facebook and twitter response about how to stay positive and motivated while dealing with negative news. We hope this video helps you understand the thought process and steps Luke takes to stay positive and motivated.
In this video Luke Rudkowski, breaks down his advance video equipment to Pete Eyre of Cop Block.
Pete is the co founder of Cop Block an international organization that holds police officers accountable by peacefully filming their actions. Luke has had many intense moments with Police officers in the past and built this custom camera rig to document any future abuses. We hope this video is helpful to you and inspires you to be prepared when filming the police.
We Are Change covers the emotionally-intense protests for Israel Hernandez–the Miami teen who was killed when tased by cops, who reportedly laughed and “high-fived” each other after doing so. Friends, family, neighbors, and strangers arrived at the rally, amassing in an undeniably potent group that attracted the attention of onlookers, drivers, and Miami Beach Police, who watched cautiously the entire time behind shady sunglasses, or atop nearby rooftops.
With all the recent revelations about the NSA and all the companies that are working with them to give away our information, it seems impossible to have any kind of privacy on the internet. In actuality, while there might not be a way to 100% protect yourself all of the time, there are many other options out there that we can take to start to opt-out of Prism and put security barriers in between our personal information and the spying eyes of the government. Luke Rudkowski breaks down some of the programs and applications that we can use as alternatives to the ones we’re currently using like Microsoft Windows, Google, Facebook and more. To check out alternative programs to Prism go to http://www.prism-break.org
Luke Rudkowski breaks down today’s the Presidential press conference in which the focus was predominantly on the NSA spying program.
Luke points out many of the lies that Obama told today about the program by citing multiple articles with information that completely contradict what Obama said. Luke shows just how easy it is to do your own research about these topics and how not to be fooled by the mainstream media’s puppeteering of the government’s narrative.