Monday, April 19, 2010
Alex Jones Clone Luke Rudkowski Doesn’t Care If He’s Being Mocked, As Long As He Gets Fame And Exposure
Rudkowski speaks to Stephen Colbert about the Bilderberg Group during pre-taping of Colbert’s show. Colbert blatantly mocks him, and Rudkowski asks us to thank Colbert for mockingly mentioning it on the real show
by Larry Simons
April 19, 2010
Yesterday Prison Planet posted a video of We Are Change founder and Alex Jones clone Luke Rudkowski talking to Stephen Colbert during pre-taping of his Comedy Central show The Colbert Report. Rudkowski talked to Colbert about the Bilderberg Group while Colbert mocked and laid the sarcasm on thick to every comment Rudkowski made.
Here is the We Are Change video
Rudkowski then shows us a clip from the actual filmed show where Colbert mentions the Bilderberg Group during his news segment and then says to Rudkowski [in the audience], “You owe me one buddy”. Instead of doing what any normal and rational person would do: Keep the clip for a personal souvenir and memory of the experience, Rudkowski instead posts the clip of Colbert blatantly mocking him as if to say to Rudkowski, “You’re a nut for believing in this crap”.
Does Rudkowski see through Colbert’s intense sarcasm and mockery and realize he’s being made a fool of? Of course not. And there’s a reason for that. Rudkowski, like his puppeteer Alex Jones, loves exposure and fame, and he’ll take that fame anyway he can get it, even when a celebrity is telling him, “You’re an ass” via sarcasm and mockery.
To make matters even worse, Rudkowski tells us in his video that:
“I was extremely excited to see Stephen actually mention it on his news program and I really want to thank him because that reached out to millions and millions of people who never heard about the Bilderberg Group on live on his show. And I want to thank him for his courage, for actually bringing that issue up to everybody….and this is a huge victory for the Info war.
Now, he says I do owe him one, now I would like everybody who is a part of the Info war, who is a part of We Are Change to go out there and say ‘thank you’ to Stephen for supporting and talking about the Bilderberg Group….send him letters, send him emails, and definitely support him because this could be a huge ally in our Info war that is not afraid to bring up these issues.”
He didn’t “reach out” to millions who have never heard of the Bilderberg Group. He mocked you and made you look like a nitwit in front of millions on national TV. His courage? It’s “courageous” to say, “This turd thinks there is a secret group of powerful people who meet once a year and the media never covers it” to his viewers? He didn’t say those exact words, but he might as well have.
Rudkowski wants us to support a man who just embarrassed him on national TV and made jokes about the Bilderberg Group in the same form and fashion as he would have mentioned Big Foot and space aliens? Colbert could be a huge ally? How? Is We Are Change a stand up comedy club? “Not afraid to bring up these issues”? You would think Rudkowski was describing Colbert doing an exposé on 60 Minutes in Edward R. Murrow fashion!
Rudkowski ends with saying:
“The fight for freedom and humanity gained another friend with Stephen Colbert mentioning to millions of people the secretive and elite Bilderberg Group. Doing something that the main stream media have not dared to do. Please send your love and support to http://www.colbertnation.com/home”.
Yes, Stephen Colbert is now “our friend” for basically equating the Bilderberg Group to aliens, Big Foot and Elvis working at a Burger King in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The mainstream media have not dared to mock us? What galaxy is Rudkowski living in? Send our love and support to Colbert? We’d be better off sending our love and support to the Bilderberg Group themselves; at least they haven’t mocked us.
Or we could send our love to Popular Mechanics, Bill Maher, Geraldo Rivera, Bill O’Reilly, Chris Matthews and everyone else who have ridiculed us and called us “nutjobs”.
I have never liked Rudkowski. He’s an Alex Jones wanna-be. He’s in it to be a celebrity and have a cameo in the next documentary. In the video above, Rudkowski even mentions they are now making a new DVD. He calls himself a journalist, despite the fact that all he is is some young kid who was fascinated with Alex Jones, and began parading around New York City with a bullhorn screaming into it like Jones does. That’s a journalist?
Apparently, I am not the only one who feels this way about this Colbert story. Here are a few of the posts underneath this story on Prison Planet.
From Dica Don: “Steven Colbert’s sarcastic tone was obvious. Its the typical “make him seem like a whacko” routine, then all the dumb azz people in the audience applaud Colbert like he’s actually doing something. I never did like that little rat faced son of a bitch. FU?K Steven Colbert”
From Richard_w64: “Thanks Steven Colbert, for doing what you do best. Making jokes and fun of a dire and desperate problem. Boy, its amazing to watch what happens to the average idiot after a big celebrity mentions them or their ideas on the television, no matter how demeaning it is!”
This is yet another thing to add to the list of things that hurt the truth movement. Why does Alex Jones allow this? Why does he associate with Rudkowski? Of course, Alex Jones himself hurts the truth movement [as I have pointed out], so I guess misery loves company.