Space Hijackers create Official Protesters programme for the London 2012 Olympics


29 Responses to “Space Hijackers create Official Protesters programme for the London 2012 Olympics”

  1. tosh says:

    ugh… as if it wasn’t going to be a pain living in hackney during the olympics anyway, without these bell ends protesting about ridiculous rules made by other bell ends in government, that are relevant for 4 weeks. JOY

  2. lutzray says:

    what? no Olympic rings on the T-shirt?

  3. Max says:

    I can’t help wondering if other countries that were in the running for this olympic hosting had their bid teams visited by bankers saying “look lads, we’ve dropped a bollock. Try not to commit to much spending for the next 5 years or so. Word to the wise eh.”

  4. Jim says:

    Best protest of the Olympic Games is also the easiest one.  Ignore them.  The games thrive on attention, these protestors are just adding fuel to the Olympic fire.

    • Perhaps, then again, perhaps not.  A lot of the ridiculousness needs to have attention heaped upon it.  Much like the silly zil lanes, and the security guards.  Photography flash mob, anyone?

    • That would only be true if the purpose of the games were to be watched by the public. But the purpose of the games is quite obviously to rub shoulders with dignitaries and show off our military and policing capability.

      You ignoring them will go entirely unnoticed.  Getting in the way of their schmoozing, that’s what’ll get noticed.

    • ZikZak says:

       The games thrive on attention of a certain kind.  They thrive on people paying attention to the celebrated players (excuse me, Olympians), the glossy competitions, and the lavish festivities.

      They do not thrive when people pay attention to the social and economic cost of the games, the civil liberties lost, the reality of a corporate takeover of a major world city.  Protest – especially disorderly protest – draws attention to these latter issues in a way that cannot be ignored.

  5. floodmfx says:

    They are protesting the corporate sponsorship of the olympics –
    by selling Tshirts and protest tickets?  that makes sense.

  6. peterblue11 says:

    this isnt an onion article?? official protesters….idiots.

  7. angusm says:

    Doesn’t using the hideous official logo of the Olympics without authorization constitute some kind of capital offense under the Special Olympic Games Profit Before People Act of 2011? I thought that you couldn’t actually take a shit in the Greater London area right now without approval from the official sponsors of the Games, so using the Holy Logo ought to be sufficient to get you dragged off to the Tower.

  8. Funk Daddy says:

    The Olympics suck and Londoners are being screwed in so many ways it isn’t even funny.

    If you think these laws won’t return for a smaller event, then a smaller event, then a smaller event, until 2 people sharing a fag on the corner is unlawful assembly, you are wrong.

  9. Wreckrob8 says:

    As a law abiding citizen I need to know where I can buy my official government sanctioned anti-protest protest sponsorship T-shirt NOW, please.

  10. Rosin Ffield says:

    The Fascist rulers in Germany, being psychopaths, were obsessed with mental inventory such as signs and runes (psychopaths obsess on mental inventory to histerical proportions).

    One such sign they obsessed on was their “sig”-rune, the the thing you see double on the SS logo.

    Now, if someone say “could you please come up with a logo that would carry the style of a “sig”-rune as well as the jerky, broken outlook of a swastika?” i’d think that this London Olympics “2012″ logo would be perfect answer to such question.

    Additionally this jerky “2012″ logo makes me think of something broken, exploded, destroyed… I really hope it is not a “state it out in the open hidden in plain view before the event’” case for another false-flag staged terror incident…

    a nzi sig-rune for reference:

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