Thursday, 2 April 2009

Old Holborn TV interview



2:42 in.

More photo's from the Freedom Association

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

"street theatre has more impact."

Ha ha ha ha ha

Anonymous said...

Well said OH. Pity Citywire didn't do some investigation into why the police wouldn't let people leave. Seems like they were trying to force confrontation & violence - suppose it's the only way they can ensure they get their overtime & get Brown's CCA invoked. Fascist pigs - and hope Mr Delusional pisses himself in public again at the G20 meetings.

Chris said...

Cops managed to out-wank themselves didn't they? They'll soon come unstuck with that penning-in malarkey one way or another.

Just as long as no real people get hurt..

Check out Elton John @ 1:09

Woman on a Raft said...

Good interview - nice clear voice.

disgusted said...

Great interview. "Totally mistaken" was very TV-genic alternative to "complete idiots"

Old Holborn said...

For the record, I was interviewed yesterday by:

Sky News "why are you dressed up like that, innit, wassit aaall abaaaht?"

Indian TV : "very good, Sir"

Chinese TV : "How old are you?"

Guardian TV : "Oh man, don't say that"

Japanese TV : " We like you. Is it Manga?"

Citywire TV: " Can we do that again? We never record the first take because of all the loonies"

blind leading the blind said...

Good for you OH, at least you were there, and got your voice heard.

More than can be said for Guido!

We may disagree on politics, but i am pleased to hear that you got back OK and had your say.

Richard Timney's Discarded Kleenex said...

Don't you want 3:15 for the interview?

Anonymous said...

Very nice. If there is another one of these protests I will join you. No mention of anything other than "climate change activists" and "anti-capitalists" in the main stream media, but maybe that just means there weren't enough people like you on the streets.

"Abolish money." Christ.

it's either banned or compulsory said...

Well done OH but Mr. Papier Maché Head ( 02:25 ) wins the fancy dress competition and why was that guy @ 5:05 not arrested for pissing through the railings ?

Anonymous said...

At least you dont sound as gay as Guido!

ChartersandCaldecott said...

Did you see the police tape behind the clown's head, which read 'Climate Crime Scene'? WTF?

Anonymous said...

Why should Brown have any idea what to do when that bunch of greebos, crusties and losers have thirteen different ideas each?

I also loved the "street theatre has more impact" quote. What a twat.

Tarquin The Posh Anarchist said...

What's the matter with you lot ?

Street Theatre *does* have more impact - all my chums think so, and we are sooooo much more important than you oiks....

I think you're all just a bunch of Climate Criminal Fascist Nazi Racist Counter-Revolutionary Bourgeois Nazis....

I'm off to sulk in the East Wing of Daddy's mansion...

Roger Thornhill said...

Well said OH. Not just that, it MUST be said and said repeatedly.

electro-kevin said...

Well said. The only one that made any sense.

Hands Solo said...

Dude, you need to get yerself one of them mouth respirators like Lord Vader! It sure boosted DV's ratings.

Great for making dirty phone calls too.

Henry North London said...

Indeed when the state has control of all the money we are doomed.

Why not have it as a placard?

microdave said...

I was brought up to respect the police, and until recently I have. But after seeing the self congratulatory "back slapping" in Inspector Gadgets blog yesterday, then reading this article in the Times: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/G20/article6025481.ece , and watching the video, I'm afraid no more.

How much longer before a well versed legal professional gets caught up in one of these "corrals", and takes the Met to court?

Shug Niggurath said...

Long as you are happy to be associated with those wankers, batter on.

Always had your voice a bit deeper and dare I say, richer, than that,

Anonymous said...

"There's a lot of old people here and we need the toilet" Lol

Anonymous said...

Drogo: "I'm a street-fighting man" LOL. Then he says he uses 'street-theatre' as his form of agitation. What a tool.

It is these cretins who make a mockery of protest, dare I say they are encouraged by the State to 'organise' protest to divert people from true forms of protest and public anger.

As for the 'in Saturday's edition of the Guardian', oh absolutely priceless, sums up the political viewpoint of the main body of these tossers, it's these cunts who voted Labour in in the first place. Twats.

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