TUC condemns post-rally violence in central London
27-Mar-2011 (5 comments)

Violence which followed a day of anti-spending cuts protests in London has been condemned by union leaders.

Hours after more than 250,000 people took part in a peaceful march to Hyde Park, there were clashes between police and protesters in Trafalgar Square.

TUC general secretary Brendan Barber said the activities of a few hundred people should not detract from the main message of the official protest.

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G. Rahmanian


by G. Rahmanian on

Maybe these protests are the side effects of the Islamic revolution of '79 in Iran!

Darius Kadivar

UK's VF Should Send some Bobbies to Purge UK Universities ;0)

by Darius Kadivar on

Meegamah I suggest the Queen of England to send a few Bobbies to Purge the UK universities. After all she has all the Moral and legal legitimacy as Britain's Velayeteh Fagih ( head of the Anglican Church) ... LOL

    Yeh Kam Een Javoonayeh Daneshgahayeh Engelees Abeh Khonak Bekhorand Baad Har Cheeh Meekhan Faryad Bezanand Zendeh Baad Jomhuryeh Engelestan ... LOL


You aint seen nothing yet....

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

wait til the flow of ridiculously cheap oil (courtesy of ahmadi/khamenei)to londonistan end, then you'll see real trouble for the british ruling classes.


"Personal business must yield to collective interest."

Darius Kadivar

Alas David Cameron is definitively No De Gaulle Either ...

by Darius Kadivar on

What is certain however is Britain may well go through what France or even Germany went through in May 68 ... But Not sure Cameron is as insightful or as charismatic as De Gaulle to pull it off on the long term. And even despite the just and to date currently successful Coalition Liberation War in Libya, Cameron is definitively No Churchill ...

So unlike Sarkozy in France he may not be able rehabilitate his public image in future elections by boasting about his governments success in the International arena. 


De Gaulle moment? : France stands tall after Sarkozy's Libya push (bbc)


Darius Kadivar

Childish ... Gadreh Democracy shoon roh ham nadarand ...

by Darius Kadivar on

hey should send these hooligans on a one way ticket to Japan or Libya ... Maybe they will learn to appreciate their own far from perfect society and offer a more constructive approach in dealing with the the ills inflicting their own nation than recourse to blind violence ...