"And the stars are projectors, yeah, projecting our lives down to this planet Earth." - Modest Mouse
Protests around the world today marked the 1-year anniversary of BushCo's hostile take-over of Iraq.
From Sydney to Tokyo, from Santiago, Chile, to Madrid, London, New York and San Francisco, demonstrators condemned U.S. policy in Iraq and said they did not believe Iraqis are better off or the world safer because of the war.Nice to see people are still paying attention.
Journalists estimated that at least a million people streamed through Rome, in probably the biggest single protest.
About 25,000 demonstrators gathered in central London, many carrying "Wanted" posters bearing images of President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair, his main war ally.
New York's crowd was the largest in the United States on the day, with organizers estimating up to 100,000 protesters. Police did not give an official estimate.
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