Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change will be participating in the In-Depth Truth Discussion Panel, this Thursday Nov 21 @ 7:30 CST in Dallas TX coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
The event is hosted by Live on Location TV at Fair Park Bible Fellowship Church – 1321 Rowan , Dallas, TX 75223
Following an introduction and prayer by Pastor Stephen Broden, panel members will address the audience and then convene a discussion of historic events and the current state of affairs. How did we get here, and how will we get ourselves out?
Special guest Judyth Vary Baker, author of Me & Lee: How I Came to Know, Love and Lose Lee Harvey Oswald will speak about her life of espionage and bioweapon smuggling with Mr. Oswald.
Please join We Are Change for this event Thursday night, November 21, 2013 @ 7:30 pm Central Time.
For decades, many inventors have claimed that they’ve discovered what many still believe to be an impossibility – a fully functioning and efficient water powered car.
Stan Meyer, Denny Klein, Steve Ryan and others have all made the claim that they have invented devices, which can run solely on energy derived from a form of water hydrolysis.
These scientists claim that this form of water hydrolysis can produce enough energy to power a car, a house, and even an entire city.
Continued from Part 1: The War on Truth: Jeremy Hammond Political Prisoner
At Jeremy Hammond’s bail hearing last year, Judge Loretta Preska denied bail claiming he was more dangerous than a sexual predator. There are no pending charges against Jeremy for violence or sexual misconduct. Yet Judge Preska has accused him of committing worse deeds.
Judge Preska is also presiding over Hector “Sabu” Monsegur’s case. His sentencing has been postponed several times due to his continuing work as an active FBI informant. A few minutes before the FBI raided Barrett Brown’s home, someone with the screen name “Sabu” entered the chat, presumably to monitor Brown and other members of Anonymous.
Internet privacy is becoming more and more important to understand as companies and governments are now collecting our information daily via the Internet.
Throughout the next few articles, I’ll be highlighting a few of the more practical ways we can begin to take back our Internet privacy and improve our online experience.
Whether you’re an activist, journalist, casual Internet researcher, business professional or just someone who wants a bit more privacy, Tor is about as good as it gets for internet security.
On the evening of March 5, 2012, the FBI raided Jeremy Hammond’s apartment in the south side of Chicago. Betrayed by one of his own, Jeremy had no idea that the server used to dump his Stratfor hack had been provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Before getting caught up in federal conspiracy charges and global intelligence agencies, Jeremy was a kid who stood up for peace and equality. In high school, he organized a student walkout on the day of the Iraq invasion and created a newspaper opposing the war. Throughout his life, Jeremy supported equal rights for minority groups like gays and immigrants while encouraging civil disobedience against the Republican National Convention and Protest Warrior.
Today, over 400 cities took part in demonstrations across the globe. Coinciding with Guy Fawkes day, large crowds gathered all over the world to protest wide-spread government corruption. Here are some pictures from the Million Mask March in Los Angeles.