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01/20/2003 10:42 AM ID: 27964 Permalink   

World Democracy Protests War

 

"Stop War, Stop Bush," shouted French Antiwar Protestors. Just some 6,000 of the many more thousands that can be found world wide. The biggest protests can be found in Japan, Russia, Pakistan, Germany and London.

Despite the optimism of many protestors a poll conducted at CNN.com shows that 77% of a viewers belive that the protests will have no effect on government policy.

 
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It's not like this is a Democracy! Oh wait a minute! Sorry! I thought originally we were talking about China or the old Russia. Silly me. And they say our voices can be heard.
 
  by: bag     01/20/2003 11:33 AM     
 
 
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