Revolting bastardry

Whichever cuntrags used a child to record this nonsensical, lying paranoid libertoonian bollocks should have their eyes gouged out with pencils. Foul, lowest-common-denominator, sub-literate emotivist twattery.

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5 thoughts on “Revolting bastardry

  1. Robert says:

    To be fair, it sounds like a fake voice – either altered by some kind of filter, or just some actress doing a kiddy voice, like Nancy Cartwright.

  2. PDF says:

    You could well be right. Still, even if no real children were forced to talk nonsense, it’s still using the *character* of the child as a twattish emotivist ploy.

  3. iain says:

    Its a fake voice, you can tell that its been pitch shifted to make it sound higher but still play at the same speed. For example, at the 45second mark the “they already know who he is” line warbles and turns slightly robotic sounding. This is clear indication that the pitch has been changed (like in a pop song, when the voice turns robotic to hide the fact that the singer fluffed a note or two (or the whole song), and the pitch had to be corrected

  4. Alex says:

    That was beautiful. I love the tags:
    “labour party political broadcast 2009 2010 NWO tyranny socialism nanny state correctness orwellian fascists marxists traitors freedom CCTV PCSO EU referendum recession misery oppression violence chavs guns woolworths closure credit crunch depression ID cards road pricing ”

    And I love the argument that because ZaNu Labour taxes us so much we can’t afford nice expensive things, that they are directly responsible for a shop which markets affordable tat closing down.

  5. Nick says:

    It’s a fake voice… the proof is that nobody under the age of 35 would even be able to make sense of the words “Pick’N’Mix” any more.

    What pleased me aesthetically about the video was the effortless mix of soft targets and paranoid ones.

    It’s pretty telling that, though I don’t think the vid mentions the BNP at all, the comments are FULL of them… Are these lowest-common-denominator talking points how that bunch of scumbags have convinced people that they’re actually caring human beings?

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