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May 27 2012

How to make someone an unwitting protest leader

Via Jonathan Turley, another prank that is somewhat more elaborate than the Polaroid one.

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  1. 1
    Christopher Petroni

    Is it weird that I liked the woman who stood her ground and didn’t lower her flag the best? I suppose I have a bias in favor of protesters and against the agents of the state who shut them down, but if I were trapped in that situation I wouldn’t be comfortable supporting a “movement” about which I knew nothing. So why should I disfavor the prankees who surrendered at once or who tried to fade into the background? Hmm.

    What a terrifying minute or so that must have been for the participants, in any case.

  2. 2
    Guest fromHolland

    Someone has been watching Charlie Chaplin’s “Modern Times”…

  3. 3
    grumpyoldfart

    I laughed and laughed and laughed.

  4. 4
    Nick

    No wonder the protest leaders look so shocked! After all, why would riot police confront what was apparently a peaceful protest?

  5. 5
    Paul Hunter

    We really can’t identify with not having the FRight to Protest

  6. 6
    itzac

    The government of Quebec recently passed a law that makes this prank much easier and more dangerous. Just bring 48 of your closest friends and blammo, illegal protest.

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