LONDON, England: Today the death knell of the BBC has been rung! The sacking of Top Gear presenter, Jeremy Clarkson, will reap the whirlwind of people destroying their television sets!
In what appears to be a move that will be an earth quake in Britain, angry TV License Fee payers are calling for a mass day of action and asking TV viewers to bring their TV sets to London for the dumping of their TV outside the BBC HQ.
"Burn the TV sets now, that Clarkson has gone!"
"I couldn't wait, I've already set my TV set alight in the garden!"
"Now it is time to bring down the BBC! No way, no pay!"
"Hurt the BBC in the pocket, stop viewing the TV, stop paying the License fee now!'
With the march being set to start from Staples Corner and following a route down the Watling Street, into Central London. It is expected that people will dump their cars at the end of the M1 and march on the Capital.
Protesters are reckoning on a 100,000 protesters in the first wave, with second and third waves planned approaching 5 to 6 million.
Never before have we seen such a mass protest of this magnitude.
Top BBC bosses are requiring 24 hour security as the controversy continues.