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04 January 2009

London's and elsewhere in Britain's Israel/Gaza marches & protests & shoe chucking shows

Take a look at some of the latest London "trends".

If a picture's worth a thousand words, let these shoes & signs' pictures from Downing Street, shot yesterday, Saturday 3rd January 2009 tell their own true tale.

When it comes to America and Israel, Gordon Brown, yet another souless heel, has shown us all that he's just as big a bloody handed bum as their respective excuses for honourable leaders.

And when it comes to decent, civilised true Brit citizens of all ages, genders, religions and political persuasions, many thousands of them showed that they're quite as capable of showing their outrage and contempt, as crystal clearly as any brave Iraqi journalist.

And it didn't end in London. Not by a long chalk. Many people in Scotland, Ireland and Wales made their own marks on their own streets.

So, take your pick of the UK's papers' reports.

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Anonymous R J Adams said...

Good on the Brits for turning out in such force, and other Europeans who protested all over the continent.

The Washington Post, after describing the huge turn-outs in Europe, managed:

"In New York, several hundred pro-Palestinian demonstrators rallied near Times Square in a peaceful protest, calling for an immediate end to the Israeli offensive. [my bold].

A case of 'stuff you, Jack, we're alright'.

There are times this sad country makes me sick.

3:58 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just did a post on 4000 muslims turning out in Sydney for prayer vigils to protest the masacres...

I couldnt understand the American peoples lack of knowledge in this (nor Iraq) but I just finished watching this doucumentary called Peace, Propoganda & The Promised Land which provides a striking comparison of U.S. and international media coverage of the crisis in the Middle East. I was surprised by the complicity of those involved...

anyway I thought others of that country may find it useful in understanding the current situation in Gaza and why they have limitted and tainted information in America as compared to more honest reporting in Britan (or Australia)..

10:26 am  
Blogger Gert said...

Thanks for the pictures! Hopefully the protests will continue...

6:03 pm  
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