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My Thoughts, My Words: Luke Rudkowski’s Anarchapulco 2017 Speech

My Thoughts, My Words: Luke Rudkowski's Anarchapulco 2017 Speech


At last year’s Anarchapulco, Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change, gave a great speech.

He mentioned how the biggest weapon that helps the state to exist and prosper is our own mental complacency.

He mentions how the most repetitious and routine actions and questions that people ask each other such as “what do you do, where do you live, etc,” do nothing to serve them for a better future.

Most people have settled for a life of mediocrity.

And, Luke thinks that spending time in uncomfortable situations is perhaps the healthiest thing you can do for yourself. He remembers fondly some of his experiences with Jeff Berwick at the Bilderberg meeting questioning the White House press corps and how that woke him up to the mindset of confronting the elites.

This speech is about Luke’s journey and evolution through a freedom-oriented mindset. You can watch the full interview here below if you haven’t already seen it.

It was an incredible speech and he will be returning for this coming year’s conference in February!

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