As Tottenham's rioters looted Dixons and Currys last night, for much needed electrical consumer goods, they stood on the shoulders of Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King and Nelson Mandala, Ed Miliband will tell an audience today (subject to amendments after focus groups and reviews)
It's the only way to get access to the high quality smaller goods - such as digital cameras and Iron Key military grade encrypted USB memory sticks - which tend to be put on the higher shelves. The placing of high priced but easily removed goods on higher shelves of Margaret Thatcher's brutal reign of terror - a junta which was backed by the FBI, a balanced report on the BBC will explain.
As the first draft of his speech was being drafted, by 20 year old political advisors, Miliband looks set to call on freedom fighters the length and breadth of the country to make their feelings known to the coalition government. 'Ordinary people are fed up with these out of touch toffs,' Hampstead based Miliband will tell a select audience of cheerleaders.
Recent weeks have seen martyrs such as Charlie Gilmour and Jonny Marbles imprisoned without trial, by the brutal George Bush backed puppet administration that is laughably known as a government, Paul Mason will probably say, on BBC2's Newsnight.
The Tottenham Protestors, who were making a peaceful protest against cuts in the NHS, have joined a great british tradition of popular uprisings and rank alongside the Chartist Movement, the Suffragettes and the Polpuddle martyrs, says the early draft of Milliband's speech.