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Wake the f*ck up

Written By: - Date published: 1:32 pm, September 29th, 2012 - 14 comments
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14 comments on “Wake the f*ck up ”

  1. Bill 1

    Jeez, that’s really bad!

    What’s that saying again – “Fool me once…”

    Thing is, if people in the US ‘woke the fuck up’, Obama and Romney plus all their backers would be quaint irrelevancies. And what was that bit about Navy Seals and bin Laden? Support this ‘good guy’ and give him a pat on the back for authorising extra judicial killings/murders?

    • muzza 1.1

      Indeed Bill, that is correct, the deflector shields were deployed well and truly by the Jedi Master.

      No mention of the NDAA which Obama signed either….as one glaring example.

      The video is an awful look at the world we are controlled by!

    • Dr Terry 1.2

      Quite right Bill, Obama squirmed with delight as he watched the whole horrifying scene played to him.

    • Eddie 1.3

      You’re focusing on the ‘who’. It’s the piece of political communication that’s brilliant.

      Lots of parties face apathy in their base. The usual reaction is to deny and ignore it. This ad confronts it in a humorous and memorable way while still getting across the positive things that Obama has done in the eyes of the people being appealed to (no, those people aren’t you and me – but that doesn’t mean it’s not effective – just like iwi/kiwi wasn’t aimed at you and me but was great political communication nonetheless).

      Plus the Jackson’s funny

  2. Jim Nald 2

    “Paid for by the Jewish Council for Education and Research, http://www.jcer.info

    at 3:36

  3. Wow, pure genius, loved it, all they needed to add was “And left Bin Ladens’ family in peace” and they would’ve won any election on that one :-).
    But they were talking to a different demographic … damn.

  4. ianmac 4

    Great message. Note the kangaroo on the cap of whats-his-name.

  5. lenore 5

    that is so awesome

  6. Steve Wrathall 6

    Ah yes, the standard leftist ad of the little girl screaming in bed. Did you edit out the bit where her head turns 360 degrees and she projectile vomits?

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