Stop the War March

My, my:

The Metropolitan Police told organisers of the Stop the War Coalition that no march would now be allowed “within one mile of Parliament” while MPs were in session.

The organisers, who are expecting thousands of people to turn up for the protest march from Trafalgar Square to Parliament Square, said that this was a “totally different” interpretation of the regulations, and accused Gordon Brown of reneging on a pledge to liberalise the laws on demonstrations.

“One moment the Prime Minister is supporting the right of Burmese monks to demonstrate in Rangoon, and yet here in London we’re being stopped from marching on Parliament. It’s hypocrisy,” Lindsey German, convener of the Stop the War Coalition, said.

German, who is I think one of the raving Trots known as the Socialist Worker\’s Party, would find I disagree with just about everything he (or is it she?) says on just about any and every subject under the sun. However, I do think that he and his equally deluded chums should be allowed to have a day out in London. Even, to make known their misguided views. It\’s one of the things that would make us a free and liberal country, that people were not prevented from exercising their natural right to express themselves.

We really are ruled by scum, aren\’t we? And will any of them be alert enough to appreciate the irony?

4 comments on “Stop the War March

  1. “…will any of them be alert enough to appreciate the irony?”

    Nope. If we had a real Opposition, of course….

    But Dim Dave is nice, and that’s all that counts, it seems.

  2. “The freedom of speech and debates or proceedings in Parliament ought not to be impeached or questioned in any court or place out of Parliament;” – English Bill of Rights

    So when the pigs arrest protesters in London, can I dial 999 and have them arrested in accordance with the laws of this country?

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