Sunday, November 20, 2011

Occupy Potemkin Village

Ezra Levant and a team of dangerous conservatives visited “Occupy Toronto” in the middle of the night with an infrared camera. Surprise, surprise! They discovered that the vast majority of the tents in the park were uninhabited. The Potemkin Occupiers didn’t take kindly to this incursion of right-wing extremism, and their reaction was somewhat physical…

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video:


Anonymous said...

That's too embarrassing to even watch all the way through.

DaD said...

I like what Chiu said.
Also its funny the claims of invasion of privacy when its a public park. Another strange twist of logic is the poster with the word 'peace' and Che Guevera's picture on it. How come we never see posters with 'peace' and Mother Theresa's picture on it? Wouldn't that be the most excellent way?

Anonymous said...

Wow - this is definitely something you won't see on Yahoo. Excellent reporting.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, the whole "have you any decency? There are people trying to sleep!" "Not in these tents, there aren't," routine was funny (and embarrassing). On the other hand, it's hard to laugh freely about something in the face of that combination of propagandistic deception and implicit violence in support of a totalitarian ideology.

It's like laughing during the scene when the Gestapo has burst into the house and is looking for the Jews...their antics may be foolish, but how funny is that situation really?

(very funny, but I'm not proud to admit that)

Chiu Chun-Ling.

Anonymous said...

The London police did the same thing a couple of weeks ago. They flew over the tents outside St.Paul's with heat-seeking cameras, and they said that only 1/10th of the tents were occupied. And this with the mildest autumn in Britain in history.

These smelly crusties are simply middle-class hypocrites. If this was the 1980s, they'd all be yuppies going on about how much money they were making.