Bloomberg Freedom of the Press Subway Ride

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Bloomberg Freedom of the Press Subway Ride

Change Confronts Mayor Bloomberg on Subway News
August 6, 2007
Mike Knarr

Bloomberg Takes the Ride of His Life

Mayor Bloomberg takes the subway periodically, about once a month according to his staff, so that he can be with the people. Unfortunately he picked the day when and reporters were outside City Hall. The ride lasted about 15 minutes and Luke, Tom, Nate and several other concerned citizens used every minute to bring up questions from parking tickets to 9/11.

Luke started in with an attack on the Ground Zero Memorial. Why are you disrespecting the family members by moving the memorial off the grounds of the World Trade Center? Read a great article about this and the massive money spent by Pataki and Bloomberg after 9/11 here by Debra Burlingame.
Debra Burlingame is the sister of Captain Charles “Chic” Burlingame, III, pilot of American Airlines flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. He participated in the very pentagon drill which envisioned just such an attack and his daughter Wendy died under mysterious circumstances in a fire later. It’s all just a coincidence.

Luke moved on by adding that 45% of the remains have not been found, why do you want to build on holy ground? By the way family members this year are just asking to go down the ramp but Bloomberg said in an earlier interview ,“It doesn't work. And you know we just have to get used to the fact that there's a lot of construction going on there.” I guess everyone is supposed to move on and stop bugging the government about trivial issues like this. Why are you ignoring the rescue workers who are sick and dieing? How did building 7 come down? The EPAs lies are causing the deaths of thousands of first responders. Still no response from the Mayor.

With the film ban going into effect there was plenty of questions about the constitutionality of it all. Even Keith Olbermann said it was the worst constitutional attack he could think of. Questions came fast and furious like, why do you want to destroy the constitution? You want to run for President, aren't you concerned with destroying the constitution? Nate was right on the mark when he added, "If it's unconstitutional it's null and void, you know we will win in court don't you?" Luke reminded Mayor Bloomberg that he has money invested in a media company and doesn't he see the conflict of interest, "you want to ban filming?"

Other points were made like, your just trying to put fear into us hoping we won't film, we will continue to film even if you declare martial law. Your making criminals out of ordinary citizens by arresting bicycle riders (See the Critical Mass Video by WeAreChange) and now people with cameras. Stop selling out to the corporate banks, sir. There's lots of questions, It's you opportunity as mayor to actually address these questions.

The Mayor’s goons make a big deal about the fact that our reporters do not have official New York City issued press passes. However this does not excuse the Mayor from not answering the questions put forth even if they are from his constituency. However this just shows that the media is controlled and if they were to ask these questions they might fear having their passes revoked.

Tom Foti said it best when he said "Until we get answers, this is how it’s going to be"

Watch what happens at the end with an NYPD officer. You have to see it to believe it!


I was under my desk for most of the video.

Wow! Bloomberg looked VERY unconfortable.

Of course, Bloomberg will never ride the subway again.

Wow that cop at the end was

Wow that cop at the end was surprisingly cool. However I have to agree with his perspective on the methods of wearechange doing their public 'interrogations'. It's certainly cool and all to confront these SOB's with the tough issues...but to constantly badger them really gets em nowhere and makes others around them wonder what the hell is going on and just sick of hearing it (because most of them are clueless what the issue is).

Not trying to knock the effort, I just find it rather inefficient...could be done a little smoother for sure. That cop settling down was really something special.

"The most perfidious way of harming a cause consists of defending it deliberately with faulty arguments."
Friedrich Nietzsche, The Gay Science, section 191
German philosopher (1844 - 1900)

Look, the people who run the

Look, the people who run the world (who also run our fake politicians) are literally killing us. They write about this in their books.

Bloomberg is an agent for these criminals. And when a criminal is trying to kill me, all of the fake laws that have been setup to control us "sheeple" goes out the window.

We need to do this often. We need to have these global agents quit. And when they quit, others will quit.

Quite frankly, Bloomberg got a wrist slap compared to what he should really get (I'm being careful with my words here because there's probably some unknown law).

These criminals need to be monitored 24/7!

exactly my point. its

exactly my point. its ridiculous to extend courtesy to somebody who wont even answer a simple question. its his job. these criminals and the people who front for them like Bloomberg need to feel guilty but more importantly need to know that there are people out there who actually pay attention to what they do even if CNN or ABC News doesnt. the more insecure they feel the safer i feel. we are watching you Bloomberg/Clinton/Bush/Obama/Giuliani/insert puppet name here, and we are figuring out who pulls your strings and how. the jig is up. they over-played their hand with 9/11, woke too many people up.........

"The Central Intelligence Agency owns everyone of any significance in the major media." ~ William Colby, Former Director, CIA

Grilled Bloomberg on Rye

Good stuff. I'm actually amazed Luke and Co. weren't arrested, not because arrest would have been warranted but because I've seen NY cops brutalize people for far less, especially at peace rallies. Bloomberg understood that it would have been a PR nightmare for his thugs to put their foot --er "boot" down, so he tried the silent treatment instead. Without the cameras his crew would have probably acted violently. Guess that's why the camera ban is going into effect.

The Eleventh Day of Every Month

That's how it's done !!! =)

You see that armchair quarterbacks ?!~ THAT'S HOW IT'S DONE !!
Now get off your lazy asses and join us out there where it counts !!!!!!
( } - I)

what's gonna happen

when all the cops are 911 truthers ;-)

amazing. Man did Bloomberg blow it.

Jumbo Jets Can Not Demolish Skyscrapers.


Well if it was the mayor's intention to meet the people, he certainly did.
These wearechange guys are my new heroes. Truth to power, men. Your efforts are blessed.
This kind of confrontation needs to happen every day to every politician and corporate fatcat on the planet. They need to understand that the jig is up and their days are numbered.
However this is the first I've heard of a camera ban. Is it just NYC? Sounds like somebody is running scared.
Again, my thanks and undying respect for my fellow citizens who put themselves on the front line to expose these monsters.


Victory through truth.

Best 9/11 Activism so far. I know you don't need to hear it, but you guys in New York are my heroes.

Great Stuff :-[)

That's what I call a "Captive Audience" !!!!

Great job, I really enjoyed that...

Good luck and best wishes

This police man is what

This police man is what every officer should be. Simply being a good man seems almost heroic these days

Governement:"I know nobody support my politics, but this is for the good of the country. I am right and they are wrong."
911blogger:"I know nobody support the new moderation system, but i think this will be better for the community. People are all wrong"

this is beautiful, the more

this is beautiful, the more uncomfortable our "leaders" are the better. if they would have played nice this would have had NO lasting effect on Bloomberg or anybody else. but since the righteous anger was on full display i can assure you that Bloomberg will remember this. thats the point. to let these people know that WE ARE WATCHING and we expect better. keep it coming wearechange, this is beautiful. and the cop at the end was great, its nice to see a man in uniform that isnt drunk with power and able to talk to people like people. i only wish you guys would have hit Bloomberg with more direct 9/11 questions, thats my only gripe.

"The Central Intelligence Agency owns everyone of any significance in the major media." ~ William Colby, Former Director, CIA

Thank you Luke !

You define what a good american is. I think of you the same way i do the firemen,and first responders.

Bloomberg: "Let them eat Silence"

Apparently the health concerns of the courageous first responders, who the establishment is all too willing to use as propaganda tools (see Willie Rodriguez) when it's advantageous to them, are not even worthy of a response when it is not.

The size of Luke & Co.'s balls is exceeded only by their patriotic example.

9/11 Truth ends the 9/11 Wars

Excellent stuff. That's

Excellent stuff. That's whats needed to help everyone finally wake up to what's going on.

Interesting appoach

Some people might call it harassment. If I'm taking public transportation somewhere and all of a sudden a bunch of unknown people come out and start asking questions very loud and in rude accusatory tone, and video taping me, it seems like it's a violation of my privacy. However, since I'm not a public figure, the situation is different to a degree. The mayor has to realize that the public, which he doesn't know, will want to ask questions to him. Now, I'm not sure if all the available appropriate channels were used. I think the police officer asked if Luke emailed him and Luke said he got no answer. Maybe we need to discuss what are all the available channels of communication. If there are no ways to communicate appropriately, then I don't see how this method can be bashed. I mean, as Luke said, the mayor works for the people. It would be interesting to know why the mayor is banning the video taping. Was it voted on?



"I will not withdraw from this war even if Laura and Barney are the only ones supporting me." -George W. Bush

What the *%#& !!

NY making a LAW to ban cameras??!?! Is NY NOT a part of the United States??! This might be some sort of twisted experiment to see if individual States can side-step the Constitution, due to the fact that the First Amendment says"...Congress shall make no law.....". It doesn't say anything about individual states. Also, don't the citizens of NY have a say in this, by vote?? Hmmm.....could this be a new trend in things to come? How are they going to enforce the cameras cell phones have? The N.Y.P.D.s? (New York PHOTO DICKS) The courts will be tied up for years!! Lawd have mercy!


WeAreChange: this video is incredible. You guys are SO inspiring, thank you for your dedication and hard work!!! I hadn't even heard about the new camera law until I watched this, wtf?!

I won't be seeing you in NYC unfortunately, but you can bet we'll be working for the first-responders here in Columbus on 9/11.

I'm noticing that the site is down right now. I'm wondering if it's been hacked, or if it's genuine server downtime, or maybe exceeded bandwidth? You guys need some help with bandwidth funding?

- laura

NYC mayor to meet with families of 9/11 victims about ceremony

NYC mayor to meet with families of 9/11 victims about ceremony

NEW YORK: Mayor Michael Bloomberg was to meet Thursday evening with families of World Trade Center victims upset by the city's decision to move this year's anniversary commemoration away from ground zero.

“We're an empire now, and when we act we create our own reality."