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Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange confronts twelve mainstream media pundits and elite politicians about the secretive and elusive Bilderberg Group. The media members are willfully ignorant about the mere existence of the Bilderberg Group, and the politicians that have attended the meetings skirt the issue: they either run away or evading Luke’s questions.
Here are the twelve confrontations below:
Tony Blair Lies to Parliament about Bilderberg
Via We Are Change:
Last year while I was traveling through Europe blindly, not knowing a single person or where I would stay, amazing strangers opened up their homes and lives to me in beautiful acts of kindness. The most memorable of strangers was French activist and We Are Change Paris member Joel Boujassy.
Big Brother surveillance cameras that bark orders at you is already in full effect in London and could be coming soon to the US. Luke Rudkowski (www.youtube.com/wearechange), Abby Martin (www.youtube.com/AbbyMediaRoots) and Mark Dice (www.youtube.com/theresistance) made an entertaining video highlighting the issue so San Diego residents can be aware of the scary and very likely possibility of Big Brother barking “laws” at you in your neighborhood:
Do the cops ever think about who they really work for? ~6:55 is where the an OWS protestor having a seizure is ignored and stared at while protestors voice their anger and indignation. Via We Are Change:
We asked three questions; were travelers willing to give up their most basic civil liberties for safety, had they ever been personally affected by terrorism, in their everyday lives and for our final question, we asked each person how many steel structure buildings collapsed, at near free-fall speed, in New York City, on September 11th:
WeAreChange‘s Luke Rudkowski asks Newt Gingrich about Bohemian Grove. Gingrich’s response: “Some People Have “Fantasy Lives” …
Luke Rudkowski was everywhere!
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We Are Change randomly meets up NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly on the streets on NYC and asks him about the numerous incidents of police brutality during Occupy Wall Street. Recorded 12/16/11: