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[picture report] BU$H NOT WELCOME (day 2- part 2)
by han Soete Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 2:23 AM

[picture report] BU$H NOT WELCOME (day 2- part 2)

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[picture report] BU$H NOT WELCOME (day 2- part 2)

[picture report] BU$H NOT WELCOME (day 2- part 2)
by han Soete Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 2:23 AM

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[picture report] BU$H NOT WELCOME (day 2- part 2)
by han Soete Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 2:23 AM

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[picture report] BU$H NOT WELCOME (day 2- part 2)
by han Soete Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 2:23 AM

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[picture report] BU$H NOT WELCOME (day 2- part 2)
by han Soete Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 2:23 AM

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[picture report] BU$H NOT WELCOME (day 2- part 2)
by han Soete Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 2:23 AM

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Citizen of the Earth
by ritamae Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 6:44 AM

My sentiments exactly! I am also wondering how many people attended the protest on Day 2. Can someone answer this for me?

Thank you Belgium!
by Janine Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 7:08 AM

George Bush is a war criminal of immense proportion. Thank you for protesting, but I wonder why the Belgium authorities didn't arrest him? I wonder the same about the Canadian authorities when he visited here recently, and prompted thousands to take to the streets in protest. I guess some are above the law.

Forever vigilant for peace, earth, and justice:

We're Sorry!
by American Too Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 7:09 AM

Please accept our apologies for the uncivilized and nasty behavior of the Americans insulting you on your own indymedia site.

Bad Americans! Haha.

I also regret that you didn't arrest Bush for war crimes and crimes against humanity.


P.S. Hi Geert!

We love You, we hate him
by Jesus Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 7:21 AM

Nous, des Americains qui ont subi la peine de ces derniers quatre ans, qui ont vote a fermer la Bush, vous soutient. Merci de prendre le relai pour l'instant contre les fachos, cela nous aide a avoir plus de courage, et de force de savoir que notre lutte est partage. Merci mille fois et sachez qu'il y a beacoup de nous qui vous soutinet!

To the Belgium people
by American Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 7:48 AM

don't hold bushes actions against the people of the US. you will see demonstrations just like this here. if you want to learn about other countries or history you have to do it on your own in america. theres alot of people here that know nothing about the different cultures in our own country, much less foreign ones. some that do know of other countries have gotten their information from skewed sources. you have to be informed to know theres a problem, they arent very passionate about informing us here. i used to wonder how germany sat idly by while hitler was rising to power. not anymore.

by American Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 7:55 AM

Thank you brothers and sisters

by D. Daniels Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 8:20 AM

THANK YOU for expressing what we "citizen" have essentially lost the right to do. Protesters here receive abusive treatment in segregated pens and little media coverage. We who have forgotten the history of the world (German) are doomed to repeat it.

by Jason Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 11:27 AM

We are very, very sorry for our "president." It is too late to make a change or difference within the US. Please do not ever buy the lies or back down outside our borders. Love and Peace, Jason

amount of people
by Miss M Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 11:58 AM

Some medias said 3000 but it was more of 5000 in front of us embassy yesterday night...

F**K Bush
by Spiritwalker Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 1:07 PM

BBC gave about 10 secs of protest stuff. Great to see such huge numbers feel the same as me!

The Bush Problem
by AmericanOne Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 3:12 PM

Hi. I just woke up from a coma. Can someone tell me in one paragraph why Bush should be locked up?

Don't Let Up!
by AnAmerican Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 3:51 PM

Europe please keep the pressure on. Don't give up. Voice your opinions! Half the country (probably more since the elections were rigged and stolen again) hate that personification of evil as much as we do. My apologies to the world for this monster that has been unleashed on our globe. My beloved America has been raped and pilliaged by greedy evil people who care for nothing but money. Please remeber the rest of us in your prayers.

Ashamed to Call Myself an American

The Devil (Bush) went down to Brussels
by The Devil and George Warmonger Bush Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 4:18 PM
His Assholiness George Warmonger Bush@666 Bushites For Baby 666-War-Iran Ext. Bush 666 Baby Killer Dr, Death Squads TX

His Assholiness (Bush) made another Good Impression.

by Mark Gredell Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 4:34 PM 540-593-3213

I too wish to join my fellow Americans in extending my apologies for the nightmare the administration of bush has brought us all into, we are very afraid here in americkkka - the whole world should be afraid of what is happening, it is very reassuring to see that Europeans will not put up with US imperialism. The US must be stopped at all costs, GOD BLESS YOU ALL.
Mark Gredell USA

Bush protests
by American bluecollar Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 5:01 PM

Bush is really in Europe to squash the sale of British and French military technology to competitor China …its really just a business trip, the political issues have already been decided in a boardroom in New York long ago. Don’t you Euro-fools understand …Amerisrael is on a crusade to bestow its holy ‘freedom’ on the rest of humanity and will not be dissuaded from its divine mission! Bush is just the talking head for this international cabal so your noble protests are wasted focused on him …the warring and tyranny will proceed irregardless, the god worshipped by our zionist elite is a bloodthirsty oppressor and doesn’t tolerate criticism well so watch your backs …

It is nice to see people in the streets who actually care about something other than a stupid televised ballgame or some other corporate media generated bulls**t …this fool wishes he was there to protest with you …carry on!

Remember Thomas Jefferson?
by Overthrow Bush NOW! Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 6:33 PM

Thomas Jefferson said, that in order to keep our country free and democratic, we must engage in revolution every now and then.

Problem is, nowadays Americans have become fully cowed by the powers-that-be into accepting their rule. Elections are stolen, legislators are bribed by corporations, prosecutors seek to put in jail those who dare oppose them.

That's why I ask Europeans to spend less time merely protesting and more time GOING AFTER tyrants like Bush. Federal law may make it a crime to "threaten" Bush (anything can be interpreted as a threat), but based on Jefferson's words, that is trumped by the natural desire of people to overthrow their oppressors and install a government that answers TO the people, not the other way around!

Change by democratic means? Not when the elction is decided by a stolen election in one state, whose election supervisor openly supports Bush. Not when a manufacturer of voting machines vows to deliver votes to Bush. Not when the mass-media is completely controlled by corporations, supportive of Bush, and it is a CRIME (not subject to judicial review, but by mere seizure by FCC "agents") to open a radio station with dissenting opinion. That's democracy???

When all the avenues of peaceful change have been blocked by the Bush regime and the corporations that support them, it is RIGHT and MORAL to resort to stronger means to overthrow those despots.

Europe, we need your help! Come here and help us dump Father Bush!

Help Dump Bush!
by Paul Revere Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 7:54 PM

Thank you.
Merci boquoo.

Well Done People!
by The QuoMan Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005 at 9:45 PM

How good it is to see so many of you out in the streets protesting at the profane presence of Bush. He is under the illusion that the people of Europe are behind his 'vision' of 'democracy'. Today you showed him that the people of Europe will have no truck with his tyranny.

I would like to apologise to my European brothers and sisters for the behaviour of Tony Blair this morning. Once again, he disgraces our country by offering Bush unconditional support and praise. He does not speak for Britain - only for his corporate and masonic friends.

God bless you all

Europe helps 2nd US revolution
by Truth hurts Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005 at 2:02 AM

Europe helps lead US into another anti-reactionary revolution.
The first revolution, aka American Revolution against British Empire, lasted 200 years... time for another revolutionary push for independence from the neo-con imperialists.

Thank you France!
Thank you Belgium!
Thank you EU!

by extrafada Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005 at 2:06 AM

How about this slogan on a banner over the Brandenburg Gate?

The Bush Problem
by American One Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005 at 2:11 AM

For us Americans here who did not vote for Bush, we are ashamed and scared even in this country. Sometimes I wish I could live in any other country but here. Truly, Bush has a few loose screws!

out of the coma, still in the nra
by extrafada Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005 at 2:31 AM

Why should he be locked up? Among a litany of crimes, genocide is # 1. Let his next trip to Europe be in custody to the Hague.

canada supports you
by mekanikbob Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005 at 2:41 AM
western canada

Kudus to the demonstrators,as gw bush has never seen them at home.The major media in the great free republic of jesusland wont put them on the news or front pages.My biggest fear is that when the rest of the world tells the yanks to truck off,hes gonna march up here for his energy.Keep it up.

by Lajo Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005 at 3:30 AM

He wants to ignore the law, well, let the law refuse to be ignored! He's not above the law in any country, so somebody PLEASE lock that insane wingnut up! PLEASE! Everyone knows he's a war criminal. AFUERA BUSH! VIVA LA REVOLUCION BOLIVARIANA! VIVA CHAVEZ! VIVA LA DEMOCRACIA!

no compassion in bush
by Ashamed and saddened in America Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005 at 4:06 AM


But we must remember, with no compassion for those with none, we will become the ones with no compassion.

He belongs in prison, for crimes against humanity.

I apologise to the World for the horrendous acts being committed in the name of America. It is not with my consent, they do it with my sorrow.

My heart breaks for each moment of suffering that is caused by this government.

I remember the Lunatic's father's "a thousand points of light" when he was ruler here, now his son has caused the lights of over a hundred and fifty thousand souls (unofficial count) to be extinguished from this Earth.

There is great danger to this Earth now. Do what needs to be. It is as it is. I am truly sorry. Forgive us, please.

Bush protest photos
by mstfd Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005 at 4:52 AM

Some of the signs need to be translated, though "Bush Go Fuck Yourself" is quite clear. Thanks, my dears, for protesting!
Many of us despise him and his orgy "press"titutes too!
Will the day come where the world will have to rescue the US from our "elected officials"? PROTEST the WAR in Iraq-MARCH 19-EVERYWHERE!
Thank you, the mother of two young reserve soldiers

Protest Bush, yes - but who else
by Martin Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005 at 9:52 AM

Thank you for committing your time to these protests. They are certainly very important to show our dissent with the politics of the USA.

But let us not forget: Bush, even though a thieve himself, is only a stooge for those who really rule and who do not appear in public (for more information you may want to read Jean Ziegler, "The New Masters of the World").

We must not tire to oppose the robbery of our societies by what those in power call privatisation, liberalisation, flexibilisation, spreading of democracy and freedom, increased security.

Don't let us believe in terrorism à la Bin Laden, let us relentlessly oppose the lies we are served by the rich.

by stephen bennett Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005 at 10:09 AM

The good thing is that Bush is bankrupting the USA. Therefore, his evil cannot last very long. The bad news is that within 20 years, no one will be able to afford to buy bread.

by douglas Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005 at 3:14 PM

I am in total agreement with your protests and efforts. I, along with half the nation, did not want Bush back as our president.

I am ashamed and sorry for what Bush's USA has come to stand for and worry now for our children.

by Nelson Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005 at 5:05 PM

Thank you Belgium!

The jester visits
by Scribe Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005 at 5:28 PM

What does he really hope to achieve?

by GranniesAgainstGeorge Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005 at 7:09 PM 850-456-1036 POB 16724, Pensacola, FL

Thanks to the U.S, citizens who have apologized for our arrogant, air-head, & totally fake president. I don't believe that this man has ever been legally elected to any public office. George bu$h is the world's foremost freeloader & welfare cheat. He has always lived at the expense of others & with handouts from multiple corporate thugs. Here is one of my favourite quotes from Scoop (New Zealand)

About the only thing both Bush and Rice are proving is that they don't have a clue. They seem to be completely oblivious to the fact that the trans-Atlantic alliance is at the breaking point......................

The US media is out there, playing the game. The media boasts that Bush plans to "go beyond" the European leaders and seize the opportunity to chat with the "peoples" of Europe. The thousands of protesters are "disappeared" as if they didn't exist, and there is no mention of the iron bubble surrounding Bush as he rolls around in what is reported to be an unprecedented security lockdown. How do you talk to a guy in a bubble while a sniper on a rooftop has you in his sights and you're being shackled and pepper-sprayed?

If the crude and ill-mannered Bush is aware of the strain he has caused throughout Europe; if he cares that the "peoples" of every corner of the world see him not only as a danger, but as a threat to their very survival, it doesn't seem to matter to him or to his pantleg-humping media courtiers. Bush continues to slyly warn Iran, Syria, North Korea, China, et al, that some of the options on his table could be for them if they don't behave. And, later this week when he meets Vladimir "You call me President Bush and I'll call you Pootie-Poot" Putin, Bush will put him on notice that he will not tolerate any further backsliding in Russia's democratic reforms.

But, at least Bush seems to be enhanced with France. When asked if he would invite French President Jacques Chirac to his Texas ranch, he joked, "I'm looking for a good cowboy."

The Bush/Chirac handshake was shown so many times from so many angles on CNN that it's surprising someone didn't suggest the two leaders get a room.

thank-you for screaming against this gangster
by poe Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005 at 5:23 AM

thank-you germany! they have taken our rights from us here in america, we have no voice! these thugs made it legal for international torture and murder, now its legal to them here on the home front, in the memory of jason tharp,marine corp basic training,age 19, and marine corp basic trainingcoey paradis killed 12/9/2002 3rd week basic training fort jackson,nc. keep up the protest against these thugs,we need your voices!