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Protest Week continues: Stop Bush in London/Stop FTAA in Miami

posted by ewing2001 on Wednesday November 19, @05:31PM
from the var. dept. Bush

Day 4: 200.000 at Protests in London
Updates Miami/London : Teargas in Miami/Arrestments, Arrestments in London
Breaking News: White House evacuated, Turkey blast kills British Consul (INN)

All Updates here


7AM, Thursday, Nov. 20
Converge at Government Center Park, NW 1st Street and 2nd Ave. Brief rally at the park and then mass march to the fence.


Assemble 2pm at Malet Street, Central London (nearest tubes: Goodge Street, Russell Square and Euston/Euston Sq). March to Trafalgar Square where a statue of George Bush will be pulled down. This event will continue until 7pm to allow for people coming from work.

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Protest: American Expatriates to Lead the Protests Against Bush

posted by admin on Saturday November 15, @10:09AM
from the independent.co.uk dept. Bush

Update: Vietnam veteran Ron Kovic delivered an 85,000-signature petition asking Prime Minister Tony Blair to call off President Bush's visit
Several other European anti-war groups have said they will travel to London for the protests, including France's Non a la Guerre (No to War), Italy's Ya Basta (Enough's Enough) and the Axis of Peace Coalition of France, Germany and Russia. (Guardian 11/17)

Update: "A killer comes into (London) town" (SPIEGEL 11/17)
Update: Shoot-to-kill bodyguards protect Bush
Organisers fear "trigger-happy US Secret Service agents" could over-react and kill protesters (11/16)

Published on Saturday, November 15, 2003 by the lndependent/UK by Marie Wo

Americans marching beneath a banner proclaiming "Proud of My Country, Shamed by My President" will lead a demonstration against George Bush during his state visit next week. The Stop the War Coalition, which is organizing the rally, expects up to 100,000 people to take to the streets of London and express their hostility to the American President.

Trade union members, Muslim groups, environmentalists and peace activists will join forces for the march, with about a hundred US expats, who are adamant the event should be perceived as an indictment of their President, not a snub to their country.

President Bush may be subjected to the humiliating sight of an effigy of himself being dragged to the ground by anti-war protesters in London's Trafalgar Square next week. But if police and White House officials have their way, the president, who had the staunch support of Britain's Prime Minister during the Iraq war, will be spared the embarrassment of seeing a re-run of the toppling of Saddam Hussein's statue during the Iraq war. Photo by Reuters Graphic
Luke Robinson, 29, a website developer from the United States who has lived in Britain for four years, is among those who will attend the protest. He will be joined by American academics and City workers."Most of us love our country and won't take any anti-American sentiment but we feel this guy is leading us down a bad path," he said. "Allowing a fully fledged state visit is [sending] a bad message that Britain is really backing Bush. The pictures from this visit will definitely be used in his election campaign."

Demonstrators carrying placards reading "Bush - Blair Dumb and Dumber", "Bush Eco-terrorist" and "George W.ar Criminal", as well as blood-splattered anti-Bush banners, will gather in Trafalgar Square where a mock statue of the US President will be symbolically toppled.

Coachloads of demonstrators who oppose the war in Iraq and Mr Bush's environmental and economic policies are to be bused in from Wales, Scotland and the West Country among other points. Michael Moore, the American film maker and comedian who is known for his outspoken views on the US leader, is donating $1,000 to transport demonstrators in from Manchester. Pupils missing school, worshippers from mosques around Britain and a busload of pensioners from an old people's home in Hounslow, west London, will also join the march to express their anger at the visit. Alongside them will be members of the far-left Socialist Workers' Party, the Labour Party and Liberal Democrats, and peace demonstrators from CND and other anti-war groups. A large contingent of Greens will make their feelings known on President Bush's environmental policies. They plan to express their opposition with a week of events including a street party and an anti-Bush home-made T-shirt competition outside Buckingham Palace on Wednesday evening.

"Bush would be better off staying at home to sign the Kyoto Protocol on global warming than coming to Britain," said Spencer Fitzgibbon, a former army officer and member of the Green Party executive.

The exact route of the march is still being negotiated with the Metropolitan Police, who will have 5,000 officers on duty. The protesters want to parade past the Houses of Parliament and Downing Street but police have suggested a shorter route, which would keep them away from Whitehall.

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NYC: Protest against Powell

posted by ewing2001 on Tuesday November 11, @10:56AM
from the Indymedia-NYC dept. Bush

CCNY Students Give Powell a Bronx Cheer

NY Indymedia -November 11

A couple hundred protesters greeted Secretary of State Colin Powell Monday evening when he made his triumphal return to the City College of New York (CCNY) to speak at the Colin Powell Center for Policy Studies.

Powell's legacy includes helping cover up the My Lai massacre and the Iran-Contra scandal, organizing the slaughter of Iraqis in Gulf War I and acting as a leading salesman for Gulf War II. "He’s tired,” said one CCNY faculty member. “He’d be better off if he took off the mask. I knew the Left was right when I saw Colin Powell doesn’t sleep at night.”

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Protest: Patriot Act Protest in NYC

posted by NYC on Sunday October 26, @12:43PM
from the Civil-Liberties dept. Civil Liberties


Patriot, Bob Lesko from the lower eastside, held a sign reading “Patriots Against the Patriot Act -- Support NYC Council Res. 909”, as people assembled in Union Square, New York City, to protest the Patriot Act, and seek its repeal.
See Patriot Act

Nearby, the Zoo of Terror depicting victims of the Patriot Act as animals, made its debut, presented by Counter Clockwise Arts in Action, a New York based political theater group. Janelle Treibitz of Counter Clockwise collected signatures on a petition to repeal the Patriot Act, and made her cell phone available to call City Council members.

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Protest: Anti-War Protesters Gather in D.C., S.F.

posted by admin on Friday October 24, @06:40PM
from the AP dept. Bush

UPDATE: In D.C., a Diverse Mix Renews War Protest (Washington Post Sunday)
Up now: New Photos from DC

UPDATE: 1000s of Protesters, Chants of "Impeach Bush" (ABC 10/26)

UPDATE: Link To Pics Of SF Protest - DC Pics

UPDATE: GlobalFreePress reports back from DC: Response at own table with promotion stuff from GFP, SGTV, INN World Report, Videos & T-shirts ("Bush for Inmate 2004", "Impeach Bush", "Osama is a Bush") 100% positive.
Guest Protesters from Poland and Japan took SGTV Videos back home.

UPDATE: AP: Free Republic draws a few dozen, MORAL MAJORITY draws 20k

UPDATE: War protesters converge on D.C.

UPDATE: Busloads Converge in Washington for Anti-War Protest

UPDATE: October 25 Schedule of Protests and Events

UPDATE:Families of US soldiers in Iraq lead anti-war protests

UPDATE: UK Protesters Aim to Humiliate Bush Like Saddam

By JENNIFER C. KERR, Associated Press Writer

AP -October 25

WASHINGTON - Protesters began converging on the nation's capital Friday for what they hope will be the largest anti-war demonstration since the fall of Baghdad.

Organizers predicted tens of thousands of people would turn out Saturday in Washington for a march and speeches calling for the removal of U.S. forces from Iraq. Thousands of demonstrators also were expected to flock to San Francisco at the same time for the largest protests there since April, when more than 10,000 people filled the streets.

"The U.S. government has no right to try and recolonize Iraq," said Peta Lindsay, national youth and student coordinator for International ANSWER (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism), which organized the protests with another group, United for Peace and Justice.

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Indonesia + Australia: 1000s protest against Bush

posted by ewing2001 on Tuesday October 21, @07:06PM
from the MenaFN/ABC dept. Bush

Protests in Indonesia and Australia

Update: New Anti-Bush-Protest in Hawaii (10/24)
Update: Dissenters bring Bush face to face with a dose of free speech
(Financial Times 10/24)

Update: Bush heckled by 2 Australian Senators
Protesters outside: "Bush Go Home'' and ``Osama bin Bush"

MenaFN/UPI -Tuesday, October 21, 2003

Photos: Protest in Jakarta, 2 protest pics from Melbourne, Australia

BBC -Wednesday, 22 October, 2003

Thousands of people protested at the central town hall in Sydney ahead of his arrival, calling for Australian soldiers to be withdrawn from Iraq. More demonstrations are also planned in Canberra.

... A giant skeleton shrouded in black towers over demonstrators assembled at Sydney's Town Hall before protestors marched through city streets October 22, 2003. Anti-U.S. protesters took to the streets of Australia's main cities on Wednesday in carnival-like demonstrations ahead of a visit by U.S. President George W. Bush to thank the country for its help in the war on terror.

Guardian: Two senators who staunchly opposed the U.S.-led war in Iraq heckled President Bush as he spoke to parliament on Thursday

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Bangkok: Protest against Bush

posted by ewing2001 on Saturday October 18, @10:01PM
from the xinhuanet.com dept. Bush

Hundreds protest Bush visit in Bangkok

xinhuanet.com/chinaview.cn 2003-10-19

BANGKOK, Oct. 19 (Xinhuanet) -- Hundreds of demonstrators from Thailand on Sunday morning took to the streets in Bangkok, protesting against the visit by US President George W. Bush.

Raising banners which read "Stop Bush Addicted to War," "US Troops out of Iraq," "No Bush No War" and "Wage Peace Now," the demonstrators also protest the proposed free trade agreement between Thailand and the United States.

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Protest in Washington on October 25: Regime Change now?

posted by ewing2001 on Friday October 17, @10:59AM
from the ANSWER dept. Bush

The Motto goes from "Impeachment" to "Stop Fascism" or "Bring the Troops home"
The 9/11 Truth Movement will protest with own signs to make their point.
Protest-Organizer ANSWER chartered already 135 buses.
Voting Activists will prove, that 2004 is already fixed.
Is the only chance a peaceful revolution now?

International Answer -October 17


The Bush administration's pro-war and anti-people program is galvanizing wider and wider opposition throughout the country. On October 25 this growing opposition will see its most dramatic manifestation since the huge anti-war protests of last winter and spring.

If you are outraged with Bush's lies, arrogance, and criminal conduct, join the tens of thousands of people are planning to come to Washington, D.C. on Saturday October 25 for a massive demonstration against the Bush program, the occupation and ongoing war in Iraq, and the Ashcroft assault on the Bill of Rights.

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Protest: Anti-war Protesters plan to tople mock statue of Bush

posted by ewing2001 on Thursday October 16, @04:20PM
from the Reuters dept. Bush

UK Protesters Aim to Humiliate Bush Like Saddam

Reuters -October 16

Anti-war protesters plan to topple and dance on a mock statue of President Bush in the center of London as part of demonstrations to "blight" his visit to Britain next month.

Their re-working in Trafalgar Square of the famous humiliation of a Saddam Hussein statue in Baghdad six months' ago will be among running protests including marches and a mock trial of Bush planned around his November 19-21 state visit.

"People are excited about the prospect of opposing George Bush because they feel this visit adds insult to the injury already caused by the Iraq war," said Lindsey German, of Stop the War Coalition, one of various groups planning the events.

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Protest: U.S. Congressman McDermott presented Deception Dollars

posted by ewing2001 on Saturday October 11, @02:11PM
from the Portland-Indymedia dept. Bush

An 87 Billion Deception Dollar Message for Congress and Bush

Portland Indymedia DeceptionDollar.com -October 7/8

On Monday, October 6, 2003 activists in Seattle presented Congressman Jim McDermott with 87 one billion Deception Dollar notes along with a four by three foot poster.

On October 8, Mr. McDermott presented the special edition Deception Dollars and the poster to Congress.

This is a transcript of his comments:

"...The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Washington (Mr. McDermott) is recognized for 5 minutes.

Mr. McDERMOTT. Mr. Speaker, I come to the floor tonight because I know that we are going to next week be in a session of the ``Rubber Stamp Congress.'' Tomorrow the Committee on Appropriations will meet for several hours, and they will pass out $87 billion worth of borrowed money.

I brought this because in my district one of my constituents started printing up what he calls ``fraudulent event notes.'' This is a $1 billion note in ``deception dollars.'' Now, 87 of those look something like this.

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