Monday, August 07, 2006

Protests Continue...



A group of around 150 people continued the protest against Israel’s unwarranted attack on Lebanon at a Hiroshima Day rally on the steps of Adelaide’s Parliament House on Saturday. Click here to read on.

3 Comments:

Anonymous em said...

look ill say the same thing i said when the invaded iraq, who honestly believes anything we do or say is going to change anything, the wheels are in motion we are not privy to the intentions of the U.S. or Israel other than expansion of course.
cynical of course, im lebanese i know that we are being painted as the bad guys, nothing Israel does is wrong or will be brought to justice so if lebanese attack or defend on our own lands we are the extreamists. we are screwed because the dialogue does not involve the people of the region, nor does or will it address Israel's atrocities. this is colonisation in sanitised view i call it ethnic cleansing. democracy what a joke.

7:26 pm  
Anonymous Anndra said...

Well I suppose that's that then Em, I should probably just lay back and think of George Dubya as he undoes his metaphorical 'zipper' and gives it to us all in the name of freedom. Really, it's probably for the best, as I'm "not privy" to there plans either...

Let not these tyrannical bastards get the better of what you know to be true and worth living for...

Amaste

5:27 pm  
Blogger Tondo Rotondo said...

Great work... Guernika, by Picasso remember the nazi bombs to Euskal Herria, also was bombs in catalonia: Barcelona, Tarragona, València, Lleida...

Now the bombs are in Irak, Afganistan, Lebanon, Plaestina...

W.Bush remeber me the Guernika facts...

Best regards for your blog from Catalonia (a nation fighting for socialism and independence).

5:55 pm  

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