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Protest as Bush comes to Britain

Postby Tripz » Fri May 30, 2008 3:45 pm

George Bush is a dangerous and desperate man – and now he is coming to Britain.

The US president is expected to visit London on Sunday 15 June as part of his European tour. The Stop the War Coalition is organising a protest to make him feel as unwelcome as possible.

Bush's adventures in the Middle East and Afghanistan have left behind a trail of death and growing instability. Now he is on the warpath again, desperately attempting to rally his allies for an attack on Iran.

On his recent trip to Israel, Bush said, "Some seem to believe that we should negotiate with the terrorists and radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have been wrong all along.


Fearing the continued defiance of Iran and Syria, Bush declared that, "Every peaceful nation in the region has an interest in stopping these nations from supporting terrorism.


This fanciful speech to the Israeli parliament failed to hide the realisation that US strategy in the region is fast unravelling.

No sooner had Bush finished his speech than the Israelis revealed they had been holding secret peace talks with Syria – which the Bush administration has described as a "state sponsor of terror".

or full story see Socialist Worker online [www. socialistworker. co. uk/art. php?id=14998]
Demo details Stop the War Coalition [www. stopwar. org. uk]

Keith Olbermann rips George Bush a new one on self immunity!

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Re: Protest as Bush comes to Britain

Postby MoeSzyslak » Fri May 30, 2008 3:52 pm

Fair enough regarding a protest.
Hey, I didn't vote for him. :wink:
And, he only has until the end of this year left in his presidential term.
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Re: Protest as Bush comes to Britain

Postby NeverPebbles » Fri May 30, 2008 3:59 pm

How dare he set foot on British soil. I wish I could be there.
Don't suppose his buddy Blair will be able to make the party, he'll be too busy talking faith and putting the world to rights.
I hope there's an enormous turn out to make him feel 'unwelcome'. Problem is, if he sees loads of people shouting he's stupid enough to think they're cheering him. Oooof the thought of the two Bs make my flesh creep.
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Re: Protest as Bush comes to Britain

Postby Plath » Fri May 30, 2008 4:21 pm

Ooooohfff ooohffffff oooooofff I can't find words. That man makes my blood boil. :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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