Skip to comments.Occupy Wackos - Seek out Hugely Public Place, then Insist on Privacy (Hate Videocameras)
Posted on 08/27/2016 3:54:00 PM PDT by gaijin
Australian documentary hobbyist spontaneously visits Occupy Melbourne rally with videocamera, planning to make some casual interviews about their event.
A long, eerie series of paranoid outbursts from the dirty but clearly priveleged Occupiers ensue:
They want to grow the government big enough to control the lives of EVERYONE --except them.
Anyone with a camera is a spy, "What is your name..? What you're doing isn't cool, I'll tell the cops, here, that you're making me feel bad..."
Many of the Occupiers show the strange opinion that the cherished notion of RIGHTS is anything they like, non-rights are things they don't like.
Twelve minute video by an almost completely silent cameraman is a great primmer on the twisted, citizen-hating mind of leftists in our time:
"Cameras in the hands of well-heeled network broadcasters are okay, cameras in the hands of average citizens are dangerous pieces of kryptonite."
The freaks didn’t get any sympathy from the police.
I thought that was pretty funny..!
“Cops are enemy PIGS...! Wait, lemme go get a cop..!”
Leftist, no matter where in the world, are eager to run your life but feel no constraints to be logical or constrained in their own lives.
I will say that the occupiers in Australia are very well spoken. The occupiers here could hardly put a sentence together without vulgarities.
Loved the old lady who sticks her tongue out at him and tells him to F off.
Sounds like world wide Soros activity. Ya got to wonder if the man isn’t written into Scripture somewhere as one of the vast evil forces at the end of this age. These people really think that they can take on God. How did that work out for Lucifer, fools?
I like to spell his name S.O.R.O.S. because he’s like the old TV classic doctor evil types. I used to do that to S.P.E.C.T.R.E. as well.
Ms. Melissa Click did something similar, posting requests for media attention for the student protest, then demanding some muscle to remove the cameraman.
I don’t think it is irony or idiocy. I think it is having the event but only wanting THEIR cameras and images out so they have total control of reporting/narrative.
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