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JFL Hidden Camera Pranks & Gags: Huge Red Flag

Some revolution leaders were mere ordinary citizens just minutes before they are asked to carry a big red flag for their country and lead a mob against… some guys in riot police gear. … Probably sometimes, maybe not really actually. A presentation of the Just For Laughs Gags Visit us at Friend us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter:

25 thoughts on “JFL Hidden Camera Pranks & Gags: Huge Red Flag

  1. and they dont prevent you from gathering they require you to tell them when and where youre going to march so you cant disrupt everyone elses fucking day, go protest thats fine but dont be a social terrorist

  2. I would turn around before police comes

  3. Jean Charest is the social terrorist. Not the manifestants. He should’ve negociated instead of using brute force to tame the movement. All of this is his only fault.

  4. You are immature by insulting people online, and you don’t understand what democracy means. Go tell that to someone else, somewhere else.

  5. deflect all you want, my point in the second comment remains valid and pardon me for being rude but the way these students are going about it is juvenile and affects all the wrong people and they need to grow up. fact.

  6. No. The fact is they are standing against one of the most corrupted government Quebec has had for the past 50 years. And strike is all they have. They are all but immature. It takes balls, courage, convictions and self-respect to achieve what these students have achieved in 15 weeks of fight against this dying liberal government. Tuition raise is another neoliberal regression that we do not want in Quebec. We do not want to lose our social net which required a lot of work to build and maintain.

  7. No you don’t. You get ticketed and imprisoned for refusing to tell the authorities where you will be marching. Big difference.

  8. People get pepper sprayed and beaten for no reason. The majority of protests are peaceful until the riot police comes and causes trouble. Why them you ask? Because I’ve seen how they’ve started things; telling people to move while running after them with their bats and the people victimized were already walking to begin with. Cops using brute force because they can get away with it. I have more to say but youtube replies wont even allow me to put most of it in this reply

  9. you still havent responded to my main argument, which is that the way they are “protesting” is juvenile, i never said dont protest, protest the shit out of the government it doesnt bother me, but dont ruin everyone who isnt a politicians day. blocking traffic for average citizens and marching through NDG at 12:30 on a weeknight screaming and blowing vuvuzelas is only alienating people who dont have a concrete say in policy making and ruining public support of your cause, pure logic

  10. You keep trying to redirect the facts by calling the police unfair. I’m pretty sure none of us have a problem with people protesting, as long as they don’t block traffic, smoke bomb the fucking metro, and yell on my street at 11:30pm keeping hard working people from sleeping.

    If the cops don’t come and brutalize you little shits, I will. You bring great shame to your generation and should be flogged on Jean Charest birthday.

  11. i ask you, the protesters, why are you so bad protesting? why do you have to ruin everyone elses day? why dont you picket and march in front the offices of policy makers? why dont you tell the shit disturbers in your marches to not throw rocks? you bring all this violence down on yourselves and are so self centered you cant even see that its your own fault.

  12. What should happen is you bending over for jean charrue birthday. Then you would finally realize at what point he likes to fuck you over all the time.

  13. How could you not hear a crowd of people gathering behind you?

  14. Just an observation: Why is it always those against the protests who have shitty grammar and resort to name calling?
    See what I just did there? Did that seem unfair, biased or outright insulting to you? Well it should, because that is exactly what it was. It was quite clearly a blatant generalization, based on very superficial evidence and little to no knowledge of the situation at hand. This obviously has no place in a real debate. Sadly, it is roughly equivalent to what you just did.

  15. wrong. i have a very firm grasp on the situation here as i live in montreal and the argument i made is not a generalization when thousands of students prove my point by doing exactly what i said they were doing. do you even live in this city? do you realize how fucking bad they are at protesting?…. also as i said before but no one seems to remember, im not against the protesters, im against their methods please read carefully before coming off as stupid.

  16. Sorry, I accidently a revoultion.

  17. Did I ever say you were against them?
    I was just remarking upon how you took certain isolated incidents, then passing them off as the norm. My qualms were not with your point, but the way you presented it.
    In several instances, I completely agree with you that the way some people are protesting is a disgrace. However, most of the “shit disturbers” as you refered to them, are not even students, but random “stanley cup rioters” who just saw in the protests an opportunity to “Disturb shit”.

  18. yes, you did, “Just an observation: Why is it always those against the protests who have… ” please read mine and your own comments carefully before attempting a reply

  19. Those chinamen stand there ground let me tell ya

  20. I wonder what would have happened if they had done that prank now.

  21. Guy at 1:24 must be french

  22. Haha! One of my fav.

  23. half of the faces were like “i’m so fucked!!!!!!!!!!!!”.
    the other half were like “bring it on BITCHES~!!!!”

  24. 1:15 = Mulan :LL

  25. Thats so mean but it is funny

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