Sunday, April 25, 2010

Anti-Crime Protest March – London UK – 15 May 2010

A facebook group called, “
Ex South African Police Members living in the UK”, are organizing a protest march in central London (UK) on May the 15th, as an awareness campaign of the crime in South Africa. They intend to walk from Oxford circus to the South African Embassy, followed by an hour-long static march.

According to this link on facebook, 314 guests have already confirmed attendance. 225 people have indicated that they may be attending. Total group-membership currently stands at almost 3000! (Stats Date: 25 April 2010)

A protest-march (awareness campaign) of this nature is not an easy event to organise, especially in the UK where the terror threat level has been raised from substantial to severe. The event-organisers need to provide the police with very accurate attendance figures.

Anyone living in the UK who wants to take part in this campaign can RSVP online here.

Everyone participating in the march should wear RED T-shirts. Or any visible RED top. The colour red was chosen as it symbolizes “STOP and “BLOOD” – Stop the bloodshed!

The police have advised the organisers that NO posters, flags or any of the like, of Eugène Terre'Blanche, or the AWB, are allowed on the march, as this will involve Neo-Nazi movements. Unfortunately the ‘Vierkleur’, and the old SA flag are also not allowed either, as these are seen as symbols of the ‘Apartheid-Regime’ – (Eish, and I thought Zuma said, “Apartheid is not to blame anymore!”)

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Shan said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

I think these marches are briliant, Solidarity is also going to be holding a march on 19th May 2010.

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Thank you, for bringing the Solidarity Movement’s day of protest to my attention. I’ve added the relevant posting to these pages.

Access Control Gate said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

I like your blog... also your post is great!

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@ Access Control Gate, -- thanks for the compliment! I’m looking forward to following the proceedings in London tomorrow. Hope all goes well!

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