A Little Bit of This, A Little Bit of That...
Oh, no, they've got taxicab ads!
What's next, bus stop ads? The guy in that video, Rich McCampbell? He's a process engineer, which as far as I can figure out, has to do with chemistry. Not structures. But hey, he's an engineer, just like Choo-Choo Charlie.
Here's a video where someone claims Luke Rudkowski was taken to court over the alleged embezzlement of We Are Change funds. I don't know the truth of the claims in the video; just throwing it out there to see if someone can find out what's the real story:
Update: Orphia Nay links to this "indictment"; as she points out, it looks like some sort of "freemen on the land" BS.
The WAC-jobs have kind of fallen off our radar lately, but as it happens, they came up again in an amusing way. Over at 9-11 Blogger, someone posted a video called the Four Horsemen. I haven't watched it fully; it has little to do with 9-11 Troofy Troof, but instead seems to be the usual moaning about why aren't the rich giving me their money. But it's produced by these people. Who have a YouTube Channel here. And guess who's their only partner channel? Yep, We Are Change.
Now, there certainly is some overlap of interest between the Renegade Economist folks and the WAC-jobs. Both of them, for example, are obsessed about the Federal Reserve and private banks. But what I find particularly amusing is that while the WAC-jobs oppose the one-world government (aka New World Order) passionately, the Renegade Economist claque embrace it:
A just and sustainable global society is achievable. Civilization makes greatest progress when previously competing groups come to recognize the value of cooperation in the pursuit of common objectives. Only when cooperation becomes the defining characteristic in social relations will a just and inclusive global society emerge. It's time for the next great leap.
Global problems demand global solutions. Relations between nations must advance from competition to cooperation. The universal values on which progress depends are non-negotiable: they cannot be modified to suit particular societies or cultures.