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  •  OK, this is up through 2:34 (5+ / 0-)

    I'm going to have to divide it up a bit:

    Man with bullhorn:  Everything you read in the mainstream media is 100% true.  Please, go back to your jobs.  If you have not got a job, you are a worthless human being.  
    Consume, consume, consume until we have no planet left to consume.  What you need to do is buy things that you don’t need.  That’s the best way to support the economy.  Smiling is bad for the economy.  Please do not smile.  But, please move swiftly to your next shopping experience.  
    It’s very important for the children to be trained in ripping people’s bodies to shreds [cuts to violent video game].  So come and buy some games with lots of killing and destruction and war.
    Independent thoughts lead to chaos.  Thinking is boring.  Thinking is hard work, and it’s not worth the energy.
    If you see a Buddhist on the street, try and get them to leave their religion.  Buddhists are trying to get us to meditate.  Meditation is a waste of good shopping time.  Miserable people shop more, so please, remain as miserable as you can.
    Second man with bullhorn: Aliens on my planet, they call you “sheeple,” not  people.    But I will not stoop so low.  It is very nice that we have security in a corporate zone, imitating public servants.
    Fake police:  You’re not allowed, not allowed, not at all.
    Second man with bullhorn:  What am I not allowed to do?
    Fake police: [unintelligible] .. my work.
    Second man with bullhorn:  my paper work?  Can I ask you, sir, why are you dressed up as and impersonating a police officer?
    Fake police: I, I suggest you put your megaphone down and stop protesting.
    Second man with bullhorn: You are suggesting that I put my megaphone down and stop protesting.
    Fake police:  Now.
    Second man with bullhorn: I am not protesting.  I am just speaking through a megaphone.
    Fake police:  well, I, ah, it’s not allowed.
    Second man with bullhorn:  And what I do,  is give people [unintelligible] I give hugs.  What you need is a hug.
    Fake police: [muttering and objecting]
    Second man with bullhorn:   No, you do need a hug [tries to give hug, fake police backing up].
    New officer:  Excuse me, sir.
    Second man with bullhorn: Yes.
    New officer: Calm.
    Second man with bullhorn: Yes, I’ll keep it calm.

    Cuts to Soho- Central London

    Man with Bullhorn:  Get back to work.  That’s what you should be doing.  [to man with head out window] Stop putting your head out of there.  [Go enjoy?] your lunch hour.  The more you work, the better.  When you die, you’ll regret that you haven’t worked more.  
    By the way, ladies and gentlemen, if you were told not to film this, that is an abuse of power.  You are completely entitled to film whatever you like, and that is at the Metropolitan Police website.  Please continue.  It is amazing, when people are in uniform, they completely lose their minds.
    Man with tie:  Listen, I want you to put down the megaphone, now, what.
    Man with bullhorn: I know you do, but I prefer to speak on a megaphone so everybody knows what I am saying.
    Man with tie:  You don’t have permission to be here.
    Man with bullhorn:  No one has got permission to be here.  Excuse me, madam, have you got permission to be here? [pointing to others] Do you have permission?  Have you?  No?  You’re a very, very naughty lot of people.  We’re going to need to get a lot of police out here.

    "On their backs were vermiculate patterns that were maps of the world in its becoming. Maps...of a thing which could not be put back. Not be made right again."

    by middleagedhousewife on Wed Oct 05, 2011 at 11:28:05 AM PDT

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