28 Jan 2010

PROTEST ON TONY BLAIR'S JUDGEMENT DAY


Tim D sent me this...thanks mate

On 15 Feb 2003, I was one of the c. 2 million people in London (and of the 8 - 30 million people world wide, in around 800 cities) demonstrating against the invasion of Iraq by state-uniformed murderers from the UK and USA. Though the massive anti-war protests no doubt constrained the Westminster and Washington warmongers' room for manoeuvre, nevertheless our Iraqi sisters and brothers suffered dreadfully under the military onslaught and foreign occupation by Brits and Yanks. There's no good reason to think the Iraq Inquiry will be any less of a whitewash than its predecessors, but tomorrow they get to question War-Criminal-in-Chief Tony Bliar. I'll be both compiling a pix-&-vidz report for Indymedia AND demonstrating my contempt for the architect of so much death, destruction and misery, and I'd encourage you join in the anti-war action if you can.

PROTEST ON TONY BLAIR'S JUDGEMENT DAY
• On Fri 29 Jan, Tony Blair will try to explain to the Iraq Inquiry the lies he used to take Britain into an illegal war. Writers, musicians, relatives of the dead, Iraqi refugees, poets, human rights lawyers, comedians, actors, MPs and ordinary citizens will join a day of protest outside the Inquiry to demand that this should be Tony Blair's judgement day. Here's an outline of what's happening:
• Fri 29 Jan 2010, 08.00-16:30
• Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE
• 8.00: PROTEST STARTS AS BLAIR ARRIVES
• 9.00-10.00: NAMING OF THE DEAD CEREMONY
• 10.00-11.00: SPEECHES, READINGS AND PERFORMANCES
• 12.00-13.00: PERFORMANCES
• 13.00-14.00: MILITARY FAMILIES NAMING OF THE DEAD
• 16.00: PROTEST AS TONY BLAIR LEAVES THE INQUIRY

No comments: