Skip to comments.Anti-Israel protests disrupt BBC Proms concert
Posted on 09/01/2011 4:29:55 PM PDT by kelsiejackson
Protesters have disrupted the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra's BBC Proms concert at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Several demonstrators in the hall shouted as Zubin Mehta stood to conduct Bruch's violin concerto. The rest of the audience booed in response.
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Stop the war on Israel!
Some of the big burly folks in close proximity should just beat them to a pulp, then left them there while the concert continued.
Lefties think they can destroy everything. Hows about a little pay-back.
Bruch’s violin concerto is actually much better than it sounds.
Yep and it looks better too!
None-the-less, these rabidiots need to be severely disciplined, perhaps 5 hours of Schoenberg at his chromatic 12 note/tone best?
You should be SES1066thecruel.
I'm complimented ...
Well then I take it back.
Nice to talk with ya
Shucks I was just about to send Anton over to play outside your window. You'd just love his violin [grin]! Have a good night!
Despite calls for violence for the protesters, I think a better solution would be for them to be arrested, but not charged, then put into individual padded cells with no-jam toilets for 72 to 96 hours, that is, 3 to 4 days. Slide food in on paper plates, with no utensils, twice a day.
Three or four days of just being alone in their own stink, with no one to talk or listen to. And then, one at a time, put them out on the street at 2am to 4am. Not letting the next one out until after the last one had left the area.
Three or four days will mean that they will not get to see their own antics on TV, or in the news.
And best of all, if they are on welfare of any kind, dock them a week for room and board. This will result in hilarity.
...shouted as Zubin Mehta stood to conduct Bruch's violin concerto. The rest of the audience booed in response.Make it a boo and a blow.
We think alike. Of course, it would be more elegant to give each one a swift kick, and as they tried to recover, snap their necks one by one. Less messy, too.
Heh heh heh... I’ll take that under review.
I could live with that. ;^)