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Luke Rudkowski asks NY Congressman and Romney representative, Peter King for his insight on how Mitt Romney should handle the inheritance of Obama’s kill list should he become president. Peter King touts the kill list as “totally right, totally Constitutional” as he quickly becomes angered and derogatory towards Luke.

The New York Times article on Obama’s kill list: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/29/world/obamas-leadership-in-war-on-al-qaeda.html


Luke Rudkowski attempts to question Obama’s Senior Campaign Advisor, Robert Gibbs on the Obama administration’s appeal to keep the indefinite detention provision of the NDAA. With no response about the NDAA, Luke later asks Robert Gibbs on how President Obama will defend having a secret kill list in the debates. Gibbs gives a standard response on the administration doing what it has to do to handle the threat of Alqaeda. Sierra Adamson then follows up by questioning if there is justification for killings such as Anwar al-Awlaki’s 16 year old son who was an American citizen, to which Gibbs lays the blame of his death on Anwar al-Awlaki not being a responsible father.

Abdulrahman al-Awlaki, the son of Anwar al-Awlaki, was a 16 year old American citizen born in Denver. He was killed in October 2011 in Yemen by drone strikes that were separate to those that killed his father. From TIME.





Luke Rudkowski yet again runs into and engages MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell in a conversation. The previous conversations can be viewed below this text or in the annotations of the video. They provide much needed context to the exchange that Luke and Lawrence have in the beginning of this video. The tone of this interview was very different from the previous interview as Luke and Lawrence go into many issues and have an honest discussion.






Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange presents the various functions of the sensory body suit he has constructed, to protect and prevail his constitutionally guaranteed rights against the gnashing teeth of the ignorant police state. Ignorant in that they ignore the rights they are sworn to uphold thus requiring such cybernetic lengths from modern activists.
Turning the panoptic tables one sovereign at a time.









Colin Scianamblo’s short film about the protesters outside the Bilderberg 2012 meeting in Chantilly, Virginia provides a glimpse as to why people from around the world decided to spend three days outside a hotel trying to raise awareness as to what might — or might not — be happening within.


WeAreChange explains:

Luke Rudkowski is an extreme lightweight when it comes to drinking, so we decided to test his drinking ability against the knowledge of American citizens. After 6 tequila shots (a personal record), Luke had to throw in the towel as he couldn’t stand the ignorance and his own weight.

Thank you to all participants for having a good time and not punching Luke in the face. Our main objective was to raise awareness about the existence of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which as we documented, many Americans do not know about.