Anti-Bush protests fall flat

by on December 7th, 2003

Synthstuff points out that last month’s anti-Bush protests in Britain were not really much of anything. Why? Because Britons will protest anything. Case in point: a ban on hunting with dogs managed to encounter five times the opposition of Bush’s visit.

Around 400,000 people from across the country have marched through central London to highlight the needs of rural communities.


The main focus of the protest is opposition to a ban on hunting with dogs in England and Wales


Etalkinghead Staff