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How's the climate in traitorsville?

Our arrogant servants with the aid of the controlled MSM traditionally ignore protests

The turning of the worm begins. Sad the protest is only about local issues and not inclusive of the multiple crimes against humanity committed by successive occupation regimes against humans in foreign countries.
Perhaps Syrians, Libyans, Iraqis, Afghanis and people from all the other nations harmed by Britain's zionists' occupation regime, as well as Muslims, Christians, Jews,  the less well off and the middle classes, the unemployed and families destroyed by the predatory Social Services, military forced against their conscience to attack civilians, and all the other humans targetted and oppressed by the regime could join the protests.
A show of unity amonst those the regime seeks to divide and cause dissent amongst would be a show stopper.

Thousands to descend on London to demand David Cameron’s resignation
RT UK 15 Apr, 2016


Protestors march during an anti-austerity demonstration in London. © Ben Stansall

The demonstration through the center of the capital will end on Trafalgar Square around 6pm.

The March for Health, Homes, Jobs and Education has been organized by the People's Assembly Against Austerity alongside several trade unions, including Unite. Organizers are demanding that David Cameron’s “vicious government” end its policy of austerity.

They've attacked junior doctors and student nurses while privatizing the NHS. They plan to force all schools to become academies and teachers are now balloting to strike over pay and conditions. They've done nothing to address the growing housing crisis.

Describing the situation as “unrecoverable” for the Conservative government if the public mobilizes against ongoing austerity measures, organizers urged as many people as possible to attend. More than five thousand people have publicly registered their intention to protest.

Angrier than yesterday? Let the Tories know tomorrow in London @pplsassembly demonstration and march pic.twitter.com/PpNbmF6R8k— |ocpin (@papianon) April 15, 2016

The government is being accused of prioritizing “only the richest in society, big business and the corporations” and the protest will concentrate on four main areas – health, homes, jobs and education:

Health
One of the main demands is greater investment in health workers, a concerted effort to end a staffing crisis, and a fully-funded and publicly-owned NHS. They are calling on the public to reject any cuts or closures to healthcare services.

End the privatisation of our NHS | Join us on tomorrow's @pplsassembly#4Demands demo –
https://t.co/41mt6gB6bJpic.twitter.com/cAXLbC17jy— Unite the union (@unitetheunion) April 15, 2016

Homes
Demonstrators are demanding that secure homes be made available for all, that social housing be left untouched, and for rents to be controlled.

Jobs
Protesters reject the Trade Union Reform Bill and insecure contracts. They demand a “living wage” for all.

Education
Demonstrators want tuition fees scrapped, cuts to education ceased, and the end to the “marketization” of education.

“We must now redouble our campaign to oppose welfare cuts,” says C. Blower. “Cuts are a political choice. Austerity NOT inevitable.” #NUT16— NUT (@NUTonline) March 29, 2016

Following the Panama Papers revelations, in which 11.5m files were leaked from the database of Mossack Fonseca, the world’s fourth-biggest offshore law firm, David Cameron admitted that he benefited from an offshore trust set up by his late father. The revelation caused outrage and prompted calls for his resignation.

David Cameron’s stake in his father’s offshore tax haven, proves that this is a government for the privileged few, not for the majority. This shows beyond all doubt that Cameron is divorced from the life of any working person” demonstration organizers said.

This will not be the first call for Cameron to step down following the Panama Papers leak; a separate protest took place in London last week, during which demonstrators chanted “Resign! Resign!” outside 10 Downing Street.

Comments, vid https://www.rt.com/uk/339755-cameron-resignation-protest-london/

Thanks RT. Sad I have to turn to a Russian outlet to get responsible reporting. Maybe MSM in Britain, fearful because of their part in assisting the occupation regime in its plunder and strife, will start to change and begin reporting the truth.

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