Anti-War Rally

Cindy Sheehan arrested at the White House, anti-war rally March 20, 2010

21 mars 2010 — Cindy Sheehan was arrested at the White House in an anti-war rally, where thousands of anti-war protesters gathered in Washington DC on March 20, 2010, calling for the immediate withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq and Afghanistan, and an end to U.S. wars across the globe.

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9/11 Truth at the San Francisco ILWU May Day rally

[(This is my first attempt at embedding video in a blog, so bear with me) Don't you just love Cynthia McKinney's dress?!]

There were about 14 dedicated members of the Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance on hand at this rally, some came from as far away as Santa Cruz. The wonderful banner you see behind the main stage was put together the night before by one of the San Jose contingent. We were generally very well received by everyone as most people are finally realizing that the criminals who have seized the White House are capable of anything, including perpetrating a false flag event such as 9/11.

ANTI-WAR RALLY JAMS MIDTOWN

Source: http://www.nypost.com/seven/03192007/news/regionalnews/anti_war_rally_jams_midtown_regionalnews_daniel_friedman.htm

ANTI-WAR RALLY JAMS MIDTOWN

By DANIEL FRIEDMAN

March 19, 2007 -- Thousands of protestors marched through Midtown yesterday to call for the immediate withdrawal of American troops from Iraq.

A hodgepodge of organizations and individuals - ranging from local unions to 9/11 conspiracy theorists - joined members of United for Peace and Justice to walk from Bryant Park to the United Nations, two days before the fourth anniversary of the U.S. invasion.

They took an indirect route that included portions of Second and Third avenues.

"If there hadn't been a strong anti-war movement, where else would we be right now? Syria? Iran?" said actor-activist Tim Robbins, who participated in the march.

"This isn't a fringe lefty movement. This is the voice of the people."

The march was peaceful and there were no arrests.