UNSAVOURY CONTENT WARNING - SENSITIVE EARS MIGHT BE OFFENDED - "DICTATOR DAN CAN LICK MY C***"
Yesterday 'some random online person' sent this video (below) to our mate, the freedom-loving Liberal Democrat candidate John Ruddick, apparently in the hope he'd publish it.
The video is unattributed, there's no indication of who made it, where it was first published nor by whom.
It looks to me to be a reasonably slick ad agency production.
May I ask please for your help?
Are you able to search, scrounge, ask-a-friend or otherwise cause enquiries to be made to trace this production to its source?
A message from the state to the unvaxxed.— John Ruddick (@JohnRuddick2) October 9, 2021
The mob is intent on turning dissenters into evil doers. pic.twitter.com/BPG74Cbtk4
NB - Do we have any viewers of ABC taxpayer funded comedy who've happened to stumble across it there?
Thanks to Truth_Will_Out who writes:
I found it on YouTube >get the f*kn jab< Posted on 4th October by Hugo Kohler
No source, no attribution.
Advertising industry bible B&T has the same opinion as us - this is a slick ad, but even B&T doesn't know who produced it.
Much of the government-led stuff had been labelled too negative and the messaging ineffective, with agencies behind the spots going so far to even deny their actual involvement (much like federal elections!)
However, a new spot that’s been circulating on social media and has happened across the B&T news desk could well be the best pro-jab ad yet.
Called “Get The F*kn Jab”, the 30-second spot is as effective as it is offensive.
B&T’s tried to hunt down the ad’s creator, but with little success. So, if it’s you or anyone you know, get in contact with us and we’ll give credit where it’s due.
The murky spot follows what appears to be a mother and her son chatting on the couch. The son is seen imbibing what appears to be a host of illicit substances while the mother draws on a cigarette. The conversation then turns to their fear of vaccinations due to their unknown ingredients. You get the gist.
It’s rude, it’s crude, but it works. Check it out below. And again, B&T does warn it contains themes and language that some readers may regard as inappropriate.
Bev Killick and Beau Stegman are the actors.
And it was produced by the mysterious Hugo Kohler films.