posted on Oct, 10 2011 @ 07:09 AM
The video is indeed bizarre, but, as they seem to believe, this is a new face to democracy, or at least that's the belief. I personally feel it's
closer to a form of communism, which is fine, but, things should be called what they are or most closely resemble.
As for the chanting repetition, I'm pretty sure that stems from the days where loudspeakers weren't allowed, and is a continued practice to spread
the word through the assembled crowd beyond the reach of the bull horn.
It's an agonizingly slow process, with flaws that can allow one guy to stand up and block an important speaker that's taken time to come support the
cause, which is quite sad, but, at the same time too, the process is resistant to take over by talking heads.
It's not as fun as watching Taiwanese politicians having fist fights in the Legislature, for sure, but it's more entertaining than most of the
business caught on C-Span.