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14 Image Photo Essay: Blair Book Signing Protests

category dublin | anti-war / imperialism | news report author Monday September 06, 2010 18:14author by Michael Gallagher - Photographer Report this post to the editors

Blair Cancel's Book Signing in London

Against a backdrop of a conference in Dublin at nearby Teacher's Club on Irish Foreign Policy, up to 500 protesters turned out to voice their opposition against war criminal Blair's book signing.


As a result of the protests in Dublin, Blair came under pressure to rethink his book signing schedule and was forced to cancel the signing which was to take place at Waterstones in London on Wednesday..

All pics 1-14 © Michael Gallagher 2010

More pics on anti war etc at: http://myspace.com/libertypix

Thank you for looking,

I can be contacted at: libertypics@yahoo.ie





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author by Shanyepublication date Mon Sep 06, 2010 18:37author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The Garda scum can be seen here-one is about to attack an innocent pro-peace victim with a batton and what I want to know is why such pigs cannot be investigated? The gardai are part of the corruption and work with the church and state. Fight back

author by blair war criminalpublication date Mon Sep 06, 2010 18:43author address author phone Report this post to the editors

blair was responsible for finishing off peace relations in the north of ireland,and he took the initiative on a lot of issues regarding the north and the irish conflict,to call him a war criminal when he is not in the political chair(does not have the same impact)..he made a lot of bad descisions,which had a lot to do with his christian faith,although he does not admit it publicly,he is not the worst of them either,what about all those mad muslim clerics calling for hits on dutch politicians,and satirists?

author by politics in actionpublication date Mon Sep 06, 2010 18:45author address author phone Report this post to the editors

the horse has bolted with book in hand,unfortunately..

author by Michael Gallagherpublication date Mon Sep 06, 2010 19:16author address author phone Report this post to the editors

In civil society it is considered a crime (in most circumstances) if a person takes the life of another person or has any involvement in the taking of that life.

In my opinion, in war, the taking of hundreds of thousands of innocent lives is one reason for calling someone a war criminal, even more so if that so called 'war' was started and based on a pack of lies.

For more definitions of war criminal:


author by Bazooka Joepublication date Wed Sep 08, 2010 12:28author address author phone Report this post to the editors

@ Shanya

Gardai are subject to investigation. If you have any evidence of a Garda breaking the law you may make a complaint. In this instance they will probably deem it as a vexatious complaint since the Garda was using 'reasonable force' to control a group that was not obeying a lawful request to remain behind a barrier.


author by Antopublication date Wed Sep 08, 2010 14:29author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Good photos Michael.

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