Brian Haw in the square
Brian in the rain - he's there 24/7!
`Stop killing children`
We have the right to protest.
Brian and his display
Dumbo Dubya is `Wanted`
Houses of Parliament overlook Brian's display.
Parliament Square peace protestor Brian Haw has passed the four-year mark on his one-man protest in London’s Parliament Square. His fourth anniversary was on June 2nd and despite all their efforts Brian is still there. I asked him if he had anything to say by way of encouragement to the G8 protestors. He said simply, “Just do it!”
He saw that I was a little surprised by that and he smiled and said: “ Brian Haw can be brief can’t he?”
I’ll be brief as well and just direct you to Brian’s Parliament Square site: www.parliament-square.org.uk and the 8 attached photos.
No speeches or complicated analysis. Just do it and see you all for coffee and cakes with the `cheps` at Gleneagles a week on Wednesday!
Public Meeting about Brian’s protest
There will be a Public meeting on Wed 29 June 2005 at the Indian YMCA at 7.30pm (Indian YMCA, 41 Fitzroy Square, London W1T 6AQ, nearest tubes: Goodge Street, Warren Street, Great Portland St.). The meeting will discuss practical ways (including civil disobedience) to oppose the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act, which will come into force on 1 July, and to prevent the eviction of peace protestor Brian Haw who can be arrested under the new legislation from 2 August. All welcome. Organised by us! - Parliament Sq Peace Campaign and Brian Haw Supporters.