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Stop Accepting Nonsense: Ally Bank Commercial Remix (2011)

Political remix video that reframes the Ally Bank "Stop Accepting Nonsense" commercial, splicing fragments from Hollywood movies that feature bank heists.

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Gerald Celente ...
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Gregory Dean Lawson ...
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Alessio Rastani ...
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This Political Remix Video reframes the Ally Bank "Stop Accepting Nonsense" commercial, splicing fragments from Hollywood movies that feature bank heists. The man at the ATM has a reverie of stealing money back from the "too big to fail" banks, such as Goldman Sachs who received taxpayer funded bailouts, and sent over 4 billion in federal tax money to 32 entities, including many overseas banks, hedge funds, and pensions*. Narrating the bank heist interstices is the voice of trends forecaster Gerald Celente. Written by Anonymous

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This Political Remix Video reframes the Ally Bank "Stop Accepting Nonsense" commercial, splicing fragments from Hollywood movies that feature bank heists.

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12 November 2011 (USA)  »

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$2,000 (estimated)
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