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How NOT to do a Public Protest

The Occupy Protest nitwits should read this (if they can read). How NOT to do a p[ublic protest. Brilliant.Go here for the full article, but here's the last four of seven hints on how to protest:

4.      If you bring together five or more environmental activist groups and publicly announce a joint protest to show the full force of public fury against a science conference, a free enterprise group or some other undesirable entity, try to show up with at least 40 protesters.

5.      If you bring fewer than 40 people to a protest, you probably don’t want to chant “We are the 99 percent!” It simply makes you look foolish.

6.      If there are 40 or less of you chanting in the street, and you really do comprise 99 percent, that means there are only 41 people in the world who agree with you, giving you the benefit of the doubt and rounding up the 99-percent figure.

7.      When your protest leader is a troll-looking creature wearing a long, black rubber boot on his head and holding a megaphone with the self-identifying words “Vermin Supreme” written on it, you may wish to call off your protest after all.


Reader Comments (2)

I had to open the other link to read the full seven hints. Great post!

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May 25, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAmerica's Gas Pains

I did laugh out loud at the line:

"If you bring fewer than 40 people to a protest, you probably don’t want to chant “We are the 99 percent!” It simply makes you look foolish."

You would think the protesters would at least use the calculator function on their iphones, ipads, blackberrys etc to do the maths.

Dimwits :)

May 26, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMr Nerja

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