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An Arkos
5 september 2007, 10:54
Protesting Bush Outlawed At APEC
Authorities turn Sydney into a prison camp and refuse "permission" for main organizations to march, characterizing protest as "an unlawful act"
Prison Planet (http://www.prisonplanet.com/index.html)
Tuesday, September 4, 2007

'Authorities have effectively outlawed protest at the APEC summit in Sydney Australia by refusing to grant "permission" for groups to march anywhere in the city, while quarantining part of the central business district within a 3-mile wide security fence.';


Authorities have effectively outlawed protest at the APEC summit in Sydney Australia by refusing to grant "permission" for groups to march anywhere in the city, while quarantining part of the central business district within a 3-mile wide security fence.
Around 100 protesters were able to stage a demonstration outside Sydney's main railway station today, but they were heavily outnumbered by police and media.


New South Wales (NSW) state Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione characterized the protests as "an unlawful act" during a press conference and urged others not to get involved. The Stop Bush Coalition, which promises to bring around 20,000 protesters to the summit, have repeatedly been rebuffed by the authorities in their attempts to get "permission" to stage a march on their planned route, which is still several city blocks away from where the summit leaders will be meeting.

meer: http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/september2007/040907_protesting_bush.htm


Ik verwacht grote verontwaardiging.

Dycore
5 september 2007, 11:57
Een schande. Gezien Europa hier niet meteen bij betrokken is moet u niet de grote verontwaardiging verwachten waarop u hoopt. Belang van de betoging ligt ook in een verschillend domein.

manta
5 september 2007, 12:23
Ik verwacht grote verontwaardiging.
Waarom ??? 8O
Als men ziet wat de anti-Bush betogers tijdens de G8-demonstraties hebben uitgericht , dan is de angst van de autoriteiten daar wel gegrond hé ...
Nu ja , brandstichting , rellen , vernielingen ... Wie is daar nog over verontwaardigd hé :roll:

Savatage
5 september 2007, 12:26
Around 100 protesters were able to stage a demonstration outside Sydney's main railway station today, but they were heavily outnumbered by police and media.

Hehe :-)

Dat ze maar ergens in de woestijn daar hun betoging gaan houden.

An Arkos
5 september 2007, 16:07
Waarom ??? 8O
Omdat die er ook kwam toen bekend werd dat de anti-islam betoging verboden was.


Als men ziet wat de anti-Bush betogers tijdens de G8-demonstraties hebben uitgericht , dan is de angst van de autoriteiten daar wel gegrond hé ...
Nu ja , brandstichting , rellen , vernielingen ... Wie is daar nog over verontwaardigd hé :roll:

Nu ja, neonazis in Brussel, wie is daar nog over verontwaardigd he?

Bhairav
5 september 2007, 17:06
Waarom ??? 8O
Als men ziet wat de anti-Bush betogers tijdens de G8-demonstraties hebben uitgericht , dan is de angst van de autoriteiten daar wel gegrond hé ...
Nu ja , brandstichting , rellen , vernielingen ... Wie is daar nog over verontwaardigd hé :roll:

Ja die betogers zouden beter wat voorbeeld nemen aan Bush...:roll: