Saturday, 29 March 2008

Spot the Conspira-Difference

There are five carefully hidden differences between these two pictures (one taken near Blackstock Road, one not) -

Can you spot them?


And no asking any grown-ups for help

They won't help you

nobody will


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10 comments:

Stef said...

NB I'll bump the Gonzo nomination post back to the top once everyone has given up on this puzzle on account of it being really really 'ard

jon doy said...

i think i spotted the fundamental difference: one image is of a ritual expression of the dominance of an armoured military dictatorship over its subjects/citizenry who will ultimately be blamed for the actions of the very leaders who would dominate them, a dictatorship that utilises mass propaganda and deliberately corrupted water supplies to coerce it's subjects/citizens - coerced and oppressed individuals whose leader's actions will likely bring an end to their nation in the name of a new world order of global peace, and the other looks like an awful lot like a nuremberg rally

Outraged Ewe, Finsbury Park, Favourite Wife of Jacob said...

This is too easy.

In the bottom picture one of the men is grabbing at the thighs of a passing sacred Aryan woman whose life as a Reich propagandist has been nothing but one self proclaimed trauma after another.

Jim Morrison said...

I Touched her thigh, and death smiled. Her cunt gripped him like a warm, friendly hand.

jon doy said...

hi Jim :)

no longer pretending to be dead, then ?

Jim Morrison said...

Has this dream stopped? Cunts and cocks of despair. Do you know we are ruled by TV? Wake up!

jon doy said...

quite

Dr Strangelove said...

Mein fuhrer, ze Aryan vumman zounds hot, unt her vacial purity iz in daintcher.

Zis calls fur an immediate unt ongiongk final zolution, nein?

Ve need ze Leibensraum, unt ze lederhosen.

Jetzt, Wo ist mein lezzer shorts?

The Antagonist said...

Word of the Day for Monday, March 31, 2008

xenophobia \ZEN-uh-FOE-bee-uh\, noun:

Fear or hatred of strangers, people from other countries, or of anything that is strange or foreign.

paul said...

Fear or hatred of strangers, people from other countries, or of anything that is strange or foreign.

I this a requirement for Gog's new britishness test?

The chancellor used his first major speech of 2006 to urge Labour supporters to "embrace the Union flag"....We have to face uncomfortable facts that while the British response to July 7th was remarkable, they were British citizens, British born apparently integrated into our communities, who were prepared to maim and kill fellow British citizens irrespective of their religion....