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Tiny Anti-War Protest Gets Full Coverage

From those lovers of terrorism at Reuters:


Anti-war protesters arrested on Wall Street

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Police arrested several anti-war protests outside the New York Stock Exchange on Monday after they lay in front of the entrance to mark the fourth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq.

There was no impact on trade.

There were fewer than 100 protesters and they were outnumbered by uniformed police outside the stock exchange building at the corner of Broad and Wall streets in New York’s historic financial district.

“Stop the money, stop the war,” demonstrators chanted as police hauled away limp-bodied protesters.

Protesters said 39 people were arrested. A police spokesman could not provide an exact number.

Demonstrators said they were directing their protest at major defense contractors Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, Halliburton, General Electric and others.

About 50 protesters show up in front of the New York Stock Exchange, and magically the media is there to record the scene for history.

And somehow there are far more photographs of their meager demonstration on the wireservices than there were of the counter-protesters over the weekend.

Isn’t it amazing?

It’s almost as if our watchdog media want us to lose the war in Iraq.

This article was posted by Steve on Monday, March 19th, 2007. Comments are currently closed.

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