posted on Jun, 13 2013 @ 10:00 AM
Originally posted by Wifibrains
Your either trying to put words in my mouth or you are confusing my thread with another. I never claimed they were sent there by the bbc to take the
piss, only they were from the BBC and were planning on taking the piss.
Okay, the video implies that the BBC, as shills for TPTB, sent actors there to disrupt the protest by trivialising it. I'm just refuting that.
And once again, they don't work for the BBC. They sell their show to it.
So in a way, we are on the same page only you seem to be all protective of the BBC, I'm just saying what I see.
I'm not protective of the BBC at all. But I do know that it doesn't do the kind of things that the video claims.
The notion that these guys were "the good guys" is not what it's seems. The revolution will be televised, in one episode, set up a makeshift
casino in a Barclays bank lobby. They could not do this without permission from the bank, security would have thrown them out instantly. They were
allowed to stay and make snide remarks about how banks are only casinos, as bankers gathered round to play their games. Not quite a stealth prank show
if you ask me. More like rubbing it in our faces.
I seriously doubt they had permission. And you've completely missed the point of the programme if you think they were trying to rub it in. They are
anti-corporate leftist activists, basically. In one sketch they go up to unsuspecting bankers and literally call them c**ts to their faces, just to
get a reaction.
Whoever they are and whatever they were thre doing, it was they who gave the impression they were bbc, and were takin the p#$$. It backfired on
them and they were chased off.
edit on 13-6-2013 by Wifibrains because: (no reason given)
Yes. So what though?