Friday, 29 January 2010

Lest we forget


Police said it was the UK's biggest ever demonstration with at least 750,000 taking part, although organisers put the figure closer to two million.

There were also anti-war gatherings in Glasgow and Belfast - all part of a worldwide weekend of protest with hundreds of rallies and marches in up to 60 countries.

They came as UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, in a speech warning of "bloody consequences" if Iraq was not confronted, directly addressed those marching.


Bastards.


UPDATE via Paul Waugh

Protestor at #iraqinquiry complains re police chaos: "If you're going to have a police state, at least organise it properly."

6 comments:

Oldrightie said...

His Hooniness, The Right Dishounarable Phony and his riches grace London today. All over the capital people are scraping a foul smelling substance off their shoes as the excrement once again will pour from this NEWLY APPOINTED BILDERBERGER'S GOB.

RantinRab said...

He is a smug grinning cunt.

Sorry, I meant a very rich smug grinning cunt.

Hairy Arsed Bloke said...

Somebody wake me up when the judge puts his black cap on and sends the cunt to the gallows.

What's that you say, it's not going to happen? Oh, fuck it.

Anonymous said...

Tony Bliar is a cunt.

Anonymous said...

'New Labour, new dangers old corruption'.
The current Labour Party a.k.a. 'Corruption'R'Us'.

Anonymous said...

Contextless picture is contextless.

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