At one of the Wildest Trump rallies yet, We Are Change founder Luke Rukowski was was on the front lines, here is the run down of today’s events, But first; go add the We are change Instagram, (so in the future you are not missing out). The police presence in San Diego was heavy, the obvious agenda for the police was to show ‘over whelming’ force, often boxing Anti-Trump and Pro-Trump demonstrators in together in a protest policing maneuver known as kettling , all though kettling is considered by many to be controversial it is still widely taught as a technique to contain protest, more commonly since it was used effectively at the G20 summit in London in April of 2009.”The tactics are “to herd the crowd into a pen, known as ‘the kettle’… the police will not want groups splintering away from the main crowd.” Policing experts say the procedure dictates that officers move protesters to a pre-
police deployed an LRAD which is a less lethal munition laser weapon that could puncture ear drums and disperse large crowds. It was first used in Iraq during combat and now at large protests across the country.
designated spot. As other protesters join the crowd, the police noose draws gradually tighter. Eventually protesters find themselves surrounded by police specially trained in crowd control. Mounted police can also provide backup. Police may occasionally relieve some of the pressure on the kettle by allowing people to leave – but officers are constantly seeking to maintain control and this is via a designated route. However, anyone determined to stay may be held for hours without access to food and water. During the G20 events, protesters reported having to relieve themselves in the street because they had no access to
The riot police violently shoving everyone together when their fighting anyway is not helping at the Trump rally
The Riot police violently shoving everyone together when their fighting anyway is not helping at the Trump rally. -Luke Rudkowski
This week’s episode of Family Guy included a clip from 1980s Nintendo video game Double Dribble showing a glitch to get a free 3-point goal. Fox obtained the clip from YouTube where it had been sitting since it was first uploaded in 2009. Shortly after, Fox told YouTube the game footage infringed its copyrights. YouTube took it down.
Just when you think you’ve seen every ridiculous example of a bogus DMCA-style take-down, another steps up to take the crown. This week’s abomination comes courtesy of Fox and it’s an absolute disaster.
In last Sunday’s episode of Family Guy titled “Run, Chris, Run“, Peter and Cleveland play the 1980s classic Nintendo video game Double Dribble. Peter doesn’t play fair though and exploits a glitch in the game that allows his player to shoot a three-point goal every time. The clip is available on YouTube.
Perhaps surprisingly the game glitch is absolutely genuine and was documented in a video that was uploaded to YouTube by a user called ‘sw1tched’ back in February 2009.
“This is an automatic shot my brothers and I found on the NES Double Dribble back in the 80’s when it was released. I know others know this also, but as long as you release at the right point it is automatic. The half court shot I took at the end goes in 80% of the time, but i didn’t want to keep recording….HAHA,” sw1tched wrote.
Interestingly the clip that was uploaded by sw1tched was the exact same clip that appeared in the Family Guy episode on Sunday. So, unless Fox managed to duplicate the gameplay precisely, Fox must’ve taken the clip from YouTube.
Whether Fox can do that and legally show the clip in an episode is a matter for the experts to argue but what followed next was patently absurd. Shortly after the Family Guy episode aired, Fox filed a complaint with YouTube and took down the Double Dribble video game clip on copyright grounds. (mirror Daily Motion)
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FOX stole a gaming clip, then used it to do a DMCA take-down on the original YouTube video . At the same time, lobbyists for the media industry are swarming the U.S. Copyright Office and demanding an end to the counter-notice process that people can use to fight these unfair take-downs. Instead, they want to force website owners to block all content they say is copyrighted (which is clearly often wrong).
In this video Luke Rudkowski breaks down an important meeting that just took place with the republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump and globalist henchman Henry Kissinger. The meeting was a secret one but concluded a series of phones calls that took place between the two in prior weeks. Why is this meeting happening now? right before the 2016 bilderberg meeting which was suppose to happen in the U.S but now in Europe? and what influence it will have on the 2016 presidential race? Support us to continue our investigation on http://wearechange.org/store/ so we can make our way to Germany to cover these years bilderberg meeting.