Do you love to watch the activist videos you see at FreeKeene.com? Did you know that there are two “raw” channels where you can find all the uncut versions of the footage–before they hit the editing room floor. Garret Ean and I upload all of our footage to YouTube daily, whether it gets used or not. If you’re a skeptic, this is a great way to call out the activists for what you believe they’ve edited out. Dig in! Here’s just a taste of what you’ve been missing:
Adam Kokesh is now claiming that I am an extortionist and is deleting posts by others that expose the truth. While Kokesh censors you, I will never delete a comment on my facebook page, youtube channel, or website. If you haven’t already done so, read for yourself the email exchange in which Adam offers $450 in bitcoin.
Recently I surprise-hosted a brief episode of AVTM LIVE! when the AVTM Studios were visited by the local Zoning Enforcers. They alleged that a party complained about excessive occupancy, and that they were seeking consent to enter and “inspect” the house.
Here is a video compilation I made from all of the available footage from that afternoon.
As prepared as we were on such short notice, our coverage could be much greater in the event of a more serious situation. Ideally, we could secure the AVTM studios with the ability to instantly broadcast to the world a whole series of security cameras in the event that something went wrong and we needed to publish to the world instantly from every angle.
Here is a playlist of raw videos from that day:
To help me buy security cams, you can donate here: http://wepay.com/freeman-exile-tour
This morning I had a candid phone interview with my brother Ademo Freeman, Founder of CopBlock.org, who was found guilty of “wiretapping” public employees at work. In the interview, he reveals some insights from his experiences on the inside of Manchester’s Valley Street Jail.
Today I ordered business cards that should be arriving in about a week. They look something like this:
Of course, they won’t have the Zazzle.com logo on them when the real ones arrive.
Today I also took my first stab at using the Adobe Premiere Pro CS 6 program. It’s incredible! A real joy to use as an editor. I found a lot of the interface to be very intuitive. I think this is the program I’ll be using for a while! To see my first project using Premiere, check out this video:
Today I went with the Adam Vs The Man crew to Washington, D.C. (Mordor). I went in order to take video of a rally. Adam Kokesh went to speak on a megaphone and help MC the event. He led a march down from the Treasury Building to the Federal Reserve, where about 60 people marched and chanted, “END THE FED, END THE DEBT, END THE WARS.” Upon arrival at the Federal Reserve building, activists lined up to face the building along its front and symbolically turned their backs in an “about face.” Some activists burned dollar bills in front of the building as security guards watched, hopelessly outnumbered by a crowd of peaceful people armed to the teeth with video cameras.
Here’s some video of a speech I gave about living freer by moving to the Shire today:
Here’s all of the raw video I shot that day:
We came back from the house later and made some killer ribs: