Watch Prime Minister May hurry to her car as an angry crowd bellows at her


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/06/16/watch-prime-minister-may-hurry.html


#2

Another craven, clueless, plutocratic coward.

Fingers crossed that this latest round of murderous mendacity finally consigns May to the dustbin of history.


#3

“IT’S A WITCH HUNT!”

Yeas, that is a complete sentence.


#4

All the witches I know are much better people than the likes of her.


#5

Hell no.


#6

May got a taste of her own medicine, AWESOME!


#7

Don’t you think she looks tired?


#8


#9

I chose not to use this as the featured image. Let it not be said that I am merciless.


#10

Yes Rob, you are most merciful


#11

Uk needs a brand new social dystopian writer for this beginning century : something like a Philip K. Dickens.


#12

It’s too bad the election wasn’t held now - it would have totally removed the Tories from power. May is now less popular than Trump (and that was true before his happened).


#13

It’s a duck! It’s a duck!


#14

Thinking I should invest in a bulk purchase of Guy Fawkes masks…


#15

https://www.amazon.com/Rubies-4418-for-Vendetta-Mask/dp/B000UVGLHU


#16

We can do better. I’m guessing $0.50/mask wholesale direct from China, including container shipping to the UK. Maybe less if our order is over a million units.

Seriously, this horrific event may end up having Triangle Factory Fire level consequences for the UK’s ownership class and their political lapdogs, and that’s if they’re lucky.


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#18

I find myself hoping more and more that the world’s cruellest heads of state will be deposed, if only so that my eyes can be spared the sight of more of @beschizza’s photoshop nightmares.


#19

Aside from the visusl horror, the even scarier part for me is imagining the sounds coming out of those mouths.

Eeeeeeeeeeee!!


#20

What delicious irony. Yes, buy more Anon masks.

But there is a tasty irony about the fact that the V mask is itself a copyrighted product. Every time that Rubies sells one – for $6.49, £5.16 or €10.50 – a cut of the profit goes to Warner Bros