Johnny Vedmore Walks Along the Abandoned Railway Tracks of Arica and Talks About Eating the Rich

Historically speaking, the rich have always ended up on the wrong end of the guillotine or a noose. This is because certain cycles keep repeating throughout history immemorial. There are cycles of war, cycles of revolution, cycles of political, and cycles of the rich being proverbially eaten by the disenfranchised masses they spurn. Johnny Vedmore talks about these repeating cycles in history and how, even though we may think we're different in respects to experiencing these kind of cycles, we're no different than the generations who came before.

The Death of Johnny Vedmore R.I.P. – The Santiago Tramp Attack – Audit Everything Global Edition

Johnny Vedmore is auditing abroad in the capital city of Chile, Santiago. During this very fruity police audit, Johnny encounters over 10 different police and some very angry and violent homeless people.

We’ve Been Auditing Police Stations

Public photography is not a crime, yet the police still act like it is. At the same time, the United Kingdom has become the country on Earth with the most active and wide ranging police surveillance activity. To remedy the current imbalance of power, and also to raise awareness that public photography is not a crime, we turn the camera back around on the authorities, something that they don't often appreciate.