rent-a-mob

rent-a-mob

n
a group of people who are considered to always be protesting in a seemingly irrational manner, as if simply hired from a rental service for the purpose of protesting
Translations

rent-a-mob

[ˈrentəmɒb] N (Brit) → turba f alquilada
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The handful of rent-a-mob yobs who devote their life to following Murphy so they can film themselves shouting at him are the physical manifestation of these keyboard cowards.
We discover vast quantiTIes of gas just under our feet, so up jump the rent-a-mob protesters and shout "leave it there you might endanger the environment".
It was the day when those forefathers of financial institutions found they could use the power of rent-a-mob to over-rule the administration and nail the one who threw them out of the temple for trading on the Sabbath.
A rent-a-mob was preparing to join genuine demonstrators in a protest which threatened to bring part of the capital to a halt.
Instead of the usual live broadcast outside St James's Park, why not merely show a background of the stadium in an attempt to preclude the minority rent-a-mob claiming their two minutes of fame?
Would the organisers of the howling and chanting rent-a-mob, whose stock-in-trade appears to be 'anything except work', and who are dab hands at exercising their own right to demonstrate against anything, advise us as to what happened to other peoples' freedom of speech that night?
OK, we don't mind acknowledging that he did a fine job organising the G8 summit and making sure the rent-a-mob didn't run riot.
Over the past decade, the UN has built this huge rent-a-mob of radical environmentalists, feminists, homosexualists, socialists, and Communists into a highly effective lobbying force.
A church of religious fanatics - the kind whose congregation are from rent-a-mob - come under suspicion for the murders.
The rent-a-mob agitators also provide a compelling pretext for the further erosion of liberties and advancement of the police state, in the name of order and homeland security.
In other words, if one follows the money, it becomes quickly apparent that what the UN and the CFR media cartel present as "global civil society" is nothing but a giant rent-a-mob.
RENT-A-MOB thugs turned a peaceful protest by local people trying to save a swimming pool into a riot yesterday.