Back in 2003 George Bush’s visit to London brought hundreds of thousands of people onto the streets.
Stop the War Demonstration
Spicer has cancelled his advertised talk at the School of Oriental and African Studies. That couldn’t be, perhaps, because there was a demo threatened? So, who is this big tough rugged commando type?
For the first time in living memory the prime minister’s key note speech at party conference was interrupted, by GR activist Hector Christie.
John Sinha’s report on the wide array of protests that accompanied the 2004 RNC in New York.
Daddy Bush Comes to London – Protest Report
Anti-war Demo March 20th 2004. One year after the slaughter began, it continues unabashed. Now more US soldiers have been killed since the war ‘ended’ than during the official war itself.
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One year after the slaughter began, it continues unabashed. Now more US soldiers have been killed since the war ‘ended’ than during the official war itself. The mounting civilian death toll is horrific beyond belief.
The General Assembly of the Global Anti-War Movement called on the world to fill the streets on March 20 to demand an end to the occupation of Iraq.
Who can honestly say protesting is a useless form of civil participation???
Not satisfied with occupying Iraq, the US secret service took hold of London during the Bush visit in November 2003.