I think at least some of these guys should pull their pants up higher. Their IQ is showing.
Will have lots more to say on this shortly as I receive more clips. Thank you ‘Deke’ for taking the time and trouble to shoot this video and pass the clips along. I have had clips from Ottawa and London England come to me directly today from the people who filmed these faux-tests. Thank you very much for trusting me with your material.
Here was a guy who seemed to be a leader. But they don’t have leaders. Just people who are “facilitators” but “they do not make decisions” except of course, when they have no consensus, which they never can or do, and then yeah, the ‘facilitator’ makes the decision. At least that is what it looked like in Philly.
Here is a comment from Gates of Vienna with which, I totally agree. In fact I quasi-alude to it above and had planned to add the link to the video he refers to, and will do so the moment I have a few seconds to find it.
Travis McGee said…
The “hypno-toad” is actually called “the people’s microphone” by these freakazoid commies. Look at the youtube from Atlanta where Lewis was kept from speaking for the best example of the “people’s microphone” in action, and how easy it is for the cadres to control the lemmings and bend them to their will. Most importantly, it allows the real commie freaks to take over a very large crowd, because they are the only ones who know the rules of the game, and can boost their volume above any others. No interlopers stand a chance of being heard. It’s very well thought out for crowd control by a dedicated cadre. Please watch the Lewis/Atlanta video. Observe the union thugs and red shirts muscling people, and hand-signalling their leader. Very interesting. I’m sure their inspiration is the Bolsheviks, who seized control not by numbers, but by a keen understanding of group dynamics at all levels.
Meanwhile, a great deal of lip service was paid to equality of opinion and so on and so on. That there was no leader and all people were equal there. Yet oddly, if someone had a divergent opinion from the masses there, as did this fellow in Toronto…