In defence of the 1% by Umbra101

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Saturday saw the worldwide return of the Occupy Movement. In London there was a fun run/treasure hunt from St Paul’s to the Bank of England, giving the police some much needed exercise. Considering their numbers have been cut by 20% due to recent austerity measures I’m sure they must have been grateful for the overtime.

On the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral, a Banker in ‘white face make-up’ defends the rites and rights of his Class in an interview to Press TV [Press TV recently lost their UK Broadcast License in a tit for tat move between the US/UK Governments and the Iranian Government.]. An anonymous Occupy Movement follower in background. London 2012.05.12


  • Berns
    Bernsover 2 years ago

    A brilliant capture JAMES!

  • Thanks Berns :)

    – Umbra101

  • John Dicandia  ( JinnDoW )
    John Dicandia ...over 2 years ago

    This is great irony!

  • Thanks John, a lucky juxtaposition :)

    – Umbra101

  • berndt2
    berndt2over 2 years ago

    fantastically composed – great timing to capture the Guy Fawkes mask so well in the background!

  • Thanks berndt2, I always get snap happy when I see these masks. The whole occupy/anonymous phenomenon makes me smile :)

    – Umbra101

  • Tripstr
    Tripstrover 2 years ago

    It’s time for a revolution :]

  • Its always time…evolution through revolution :)

    – Umbra101

  • madvlad
    madvladover 2 years ago

    all dah virld est a stage n dah woemen n men mearlee actors,hm??now ditz one is a bad actor,playing,omlet,,lets hope they take the bare bodkin out of our back,n put it wear et be longzz nice catch photo, apropos

  • Thanks madvlad, the former Newgate Prison is just one block west of here…a good place for him perhaps.

    – Umbra101

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