Pranksters crash final speech of corporate tax avoidance taxman, posh hilarity ensues


34 Responses to “Pranksters crash final speech of corporate tax avoidance taxman, posh hilarity ensues”

  1. Hirsty says:

    I said GOOD DAY, SIR!

  2. jimbuck says:

    They all sound like David Hyde Pierce.

  3. jclor says:

    “It has come to our attention that none of you are, in any way, wealthy.  Isn’t there a bridge somewhere you could be under?”

  4. Judas Peckerwood says:

    “Ironic, isn’t it, Smithers. This anonymous clan of slack-jawed troglodytes has cost me the election, and yet if I were to have them killed, I would be the one to go to jail. That’s democracy for you.”

  5. Aleknevicus says:

    “widely criticized blunders” or intended (albeit surreptitious) outcome?

  6. snipehunt says:

    The thing is, I dont think he has any dogs to set on them… Nor any rentacops with tasers, firearms or zipcuffs. I have come to expect more of the uppercrust’s retaliations to our working class pranksters after living in America.  I mean, where is the loafer grinding into a human face… forever? 

  7. Frank Diekman says:

    Wow. A group of real life plutocrats actually threatening to release the hounds.

  8. Kevin Slattery says:

    I believe the garbled bit is “This is a conspiracy to trespass”

  9. Brad Bell says:

    This video made me realise there was a whole other separate England that I did not realise existed. The 1%* are very exotic! It can’t escape the feeling I’m watching a 1920s news reel. Now I understand why they want 19th century labour laws. 

    *it is estimated the 1% who are the subject and sole beneficiaries of our economic policies are in fact, merely 0.001%. (We may regard this as our economic success rate.) Nothing signifies stagnation like 0.001% ;-)

  10. HOTDAMN says:

    Oh man his face at about 2:52 is perfect

  11. Michael McWilliams says:

    So…where did the hounds go?

  12. euansmith says:

    “You are trespassing scum, go!”

    Ah, the wit and wisdom of our “social betters”. 

  13. doggo says:

    I’d rather be “trespassing scum” than “bilking society scum”.

  14. joojooinblue says:

    Very interesting to watch. However – what was the point? Make some rich people with no morals angry for part of an evening? 

  15. blitzkriegthecat says:

    Excellent stuff. That was the best response the pranksters could’ve hoped for: toffs acting above and beyond the call of toffery.

  16. ladiesman217 says:

    Poetic Justice; at it’s finest.

  17. Keith Benoit says:

    This was at least a little less depressing than Romney’s Boca debacle. Sure, no one in Boca knew they were being videoed, but I somehow can’t imagine any of the Florida crowd sharing a laugh with the pranksters, as a couple of Sir Peter Ubertoff’s fellow guests seemed to be doing.

  18. Anonymous says:

    Full quote:

    “Everybody, these people are trespassers and intruders. They have… This is an unlawful conspiracy to trespass, and you will go sir, you will depart immediately, before we set the dogs on you.”

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