Rentamob was invented by
Michael Wharton, the
satirist of The Telegraph. He
was a Jew albeit a Major, acting Lieutenant Colonel who served with the Guns.
Rentamob are Fanatics and
Rebels Without A Cause, what the
describes as QUOTE emotionally confused
teenagers UNQUOTE; by and large they are victims of life time immersion in
the Propaganda generated by the
They might think they are
Warriors; in fact the
Regressive Left or The Lunatic Fringe are
more to the point. Remember though that every movement starts as a cause, becomes a business then a
PS Nowadays these things are being outsourced to Islamics especially the Third World sort. It keeps costs down and makes the suicide option easier to arrange.
PPS The real life version in this foul Year of Our Lord 2017 is Crowds On Demand; it is run by another Jew [ probability > 99% ]
Rent A Mob
Rentamob in action.
As a fundraising effort, the Tyranny Response Team is announcing 'Rent A Mob'. We are offering a protester rental service for any and all of your protesting needs.
Isn't that our very own Comrade Corbyn on the [ far ] left?
Have you signed up to join a protest and can’t make it because you have to take the kids to soccer practice? No problem. A quick call to Rent A Mob and you can meet your obligation!
Rentamob in action.
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We can provide you with protesters from one lone protester to ten thousand. Just let us know when, where and the type of crowd you want to represent you. We can provide any type of symbolic protest that you desire. If you want a passive protest, we have a special deal on a nun and a sign. If your protest needs an in-your-face attitude we can provide that too. Our fierce crew is not afraid to be carted off by local law enforcement.
We can arrange for costume characters to enhance your message. Our popular animal collection is a hit on any corner!
If you want pretties to distract the police talk to us:-
We also can provide all the materials necessary for your do it yourself projects. we can print signs, or provide the materials so that you can make your own.
Job Too Big or Small: We Do It All!
If you need to protest on a national or international level we have you covered. We can mobilize monks in Tibet, women in Brazil or a massive protest in Tiananmen Square. We have the resources to get the job done. We provide hecklers at political rallies and conventions or your local city council meetings. We even can provide the resources to protest your pesky neighbors.
For a slight extra charge we can mobilize your next event within 24 hours.
We guarantee your protest will be the lead story on the local major network news television stations in your area.
We offer the Ultimate protest. This is the one that will be talked about for years to come. We will need a magnum of fine rum to convince a protester to assume this role, but it will be money well spent for your organization. This one gets you the most bang for your buck!
We Have The
We were there in Chicago at the 1968 Democratic National Convention, in Seattle at the WTO protest last year and who do you think is big enough to pull off Tiananmen Square? We stay low-key and in the back ground so that your organization gets all of the credit. Just who do you think was behind the protest in Florida at the election office. Our most well known customer to date is Jesse Jackson. You didn't think he gets those people in the street on his own, did you?
No matter what your needs Rent-a-Mob has a solution for you! We do
after hours protests. Use the experience of the Tyranny Response Team
for all of your protesting needs!
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Crowds On Demand ex Wiki
Crowds on Demand is an American publicity firm that provides clients with the ability to hire actors to pose as fans, paparazzi and security guards and professional paid protesters. The company operates in Los Angeles; San Francisco; Las Vegas; New York City; and Washington, D.C. The firm was founded in October 2012 by Adam Swart.
The firm sells services that allow clients to simulate a celebrity lifestyle. Its “Celebrity Shopping Experience” is a trip through town in a luxury car, with cheering fans and paparazzi at every stop. The service was the subject of a “Good Morning America” piece in which a correspondent pretended to be a king while he went through a shopping mall with a paid entourage.
The company also carries out publicity stunts for companies and public relations firms using actors.
Just before the November 2012 election, company founder Swart said that the company was considering a request by a candidate for a staged political protest.
Crowds on Demand has come under criticism for selling the pretense of fame and popularity. Elizabeth Currid-Halkett, an associate professor at the University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy, criticized the company for deceiving the public.
A Washington Post columnist mentioned an e-mail he received advertising the company's “Celebrity Arrival Service” offered to politicians:
I received an e-mail the other day from Crowds on Demand, an L.A.-based company that, for a fee, will send a bunch of “team members” to your event, stuffing the crowd with confederates to make you look important.
Crowds on Demand recently stepped into the political arena, conducting rallies and gathering signatures for clients in California, Arizona and Washington. This increasing involvement in political affairs has drawn criticism from some who believe the practice of providing paid demonstrators is unethical.