NO! TO BLAIR, BUSH AND THE WAR IN IRAQ! WE WANT PEACE...

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NO! TO BLAIR, BUSH AND THE WAR IN IRAQ! WE WANT PEACE...

Postby Louis P. Burns aka Lugh » Tue Feb 27, 2007 6:29 am

NO! TO BLAIR, BUSH AND THE WAR IN IRAQ! WE WANT PEACE...

Over 100,000 people marched to Trafalgar Square in London on Saturday the 24th February, 2007 to show their utter contempt for George W. Bush, Tony Blair and the war in Iraq. This will be remembered for many years to come folks. Take the opportunity to sling shame at that little bastard; Tony Blair and his bosses in Washinton. Demand peace by joining in and showing your support for PEACE by getting your mobile phones out. Then:
            Text the word:
            PEACE
            followed by the figure:
            1
            to the number:
            78789
Each text message sent will be counted as a vote to put Edwin Starr's: WAR (Song) to the number one position in the UK pop charts.

With each text message you send, you are saying:-


NO! TO BLAIR, BUSH AND THE WAR IN IRAQ! WE WANT PEACE...

The first speaker to take to the stage at Trafalgar Square was Member of Parliament; the Right Honourable George Galloway. Mr. Galloway pulled no punches when he spoke to the throngs of marchers and demanded that Tony Blair goes now. By clicking the coloured text below you will be taken to footage of his speech on Google / YouTube.com.

George Galloway - Peace / Troops Out Of Iraq Protest on the 24th Feb, 2007.

Next to address the massive crowd was the brilliant; activist, campaigner, comedian and writer; Mark Thomas. Mark has on many occasions spoken out against the arms industry and had a few choice words to say about it, George W. Bush, Tony Blair and the war in Iraq. By clicking the coloured text below you will be taken to footage of his speech on Google / YouTube.com.

Mark Thomas - Peace / Troops Out Of Iraq Protest on the 24th Feb, 2007.

The final speaker was peace activist and political personality of 2007; Brian Haw who has campaigned outside Westminster since June 2001 for Tony Blair and the government to end this barbaric, brutal, genocidal and pointless war in Iraq. Brian gave a passionate speech to the massive crowd that gathered and really got the message home to people. By clicking the coloured text below you will be taken to footage of his speech on Google / YouTube.com.

Brian Haw - Peace / Troops Out Of Iraq Protest on the 24th Feb, 2007.
            Text the word:
            PEACE
            followed by the figure:
            1
            to the number:
            78789
Each text message sent will be counted as a vote to put Edwin Starr's: WAR (Song) to the number one position in the UK pop charts.

With each text message you send, you are saying:-


NO! TO BLAIR, BUSH AND THE WAR IN IRAQ! WE WANT PEACE...
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