Peter Thiel’s speech at U.C. Berkely shut down by anti-police state protesters *Video*

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Thiel’s thunder stolen while on stage

BERKELEY, Calif. (INTELLIHUB.COM) — Peter Thiel, self-proclaimed libertarian, founder of PayPal, Napster, and Spotify, who is also covered in the documentary film Shade the Motion Picture, was shut down during his live interview/speech at the University of California Berkeley by anti-police state/NSA protesters Wednesday.

Thiel was speaking on a variety of topics, politics, the Silicon Valley, and technology, before being interrupted by a group of protesters who took the stage, stealing Thiel’s thunder.

As the group took stage they chanted:

“Who’s university?”

“Our university”

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“No police state”

“No NSA”

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“No justice”

“No peace”

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