King George’s flying monkeys protected from violent sauce assault
Saturday September 08th 2007, 8:32 am


image: John Reid for The Sydney Morning Herald

Democracy protected from “a level of violence not previously experienced in Sydney…” inflicted by… a guy… in… a… skirt.

image: News Ltd

Sun will rise tomorrow!

Saved by $140million worth of security!

First APEC arrest’s a real sauce

Edmund Tadros

September 7, 2007 – 1:32PM

Police have made their first protester arrest in Sydney’s Hyde Park this afternoon after a man squirted tomato sauce on a pro-US banner.

The brand of the tomato sauce used in the attack is not known, or whether it was the product of a multi-national company.

Let’s hope it was dolphin safe, non-GM, low-food-miles, 100% organic sauce… lest the increasingly corporate SMH actually have some valid complaint of hypocrisy against the protesters… or perhaps writer Tadros is merely content to idly stereotype dissenters.

In other news, protesters also brought buns (and a few ugly rolls) to go with that sauce.


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if it had only been ketchup
the protest would have been 46% more intense!

and I salute, commend, and wish peace and love to those wonderful mooners – bless them.

Comment by Ann O'Dyne 09.08.07 @ 1:36 pm

Ann, I’m sure the prosecution will insist against bail, based on the skirted terrorist’s intent to exploit the well known levels of ascorbic and acetic acids in the assault sauce.

Comment by weez 09.08.07 @ 2:26 pm

Some violent protester carried a sign reading:

“Put the water cannon to good use. Give Morris Iemma an enema”.

Comment by weez 09.08.07 @ 4:05 pm

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