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Person 1: The war is definitely going to affect the industry really badly, the travel industry especially, yeah. And we don’t believe that this should happen, and I think this is so wrong. And there’s another way to do it, there’s always a peaceful way.

And war, you cannot win anything. It’s not going to solve anything. The industry is going to get affected, nobody’s going to fly. The last Gulf war, it took ten years for the industry to recover. And we’re not going to have a repeat of this. The economy is going down. America is going down, and it’s going to affect us all. I mean travel is worth seven billion in this country. How can we just ignore it?

So I’d like to say to Bush and Blair, ‘Please stop this nonsense.'<laughs>

You know, I don’t think there’s such a thing as democracy. I think, you know, the term for democracy is not used properly. I think it’s all sort of distorted. And people just take it so for granted, ‘democracy’ … How can? – there’s no democracy in this world at all! It’s all capitalism in this world, and capitalism are all controlled and organised. There’s no freedom. All freedoms are selective and they are all controlled. So, actually, were not living in a world of… we’re not in a democracy at the moment.

I really believe that at the end of the day, the United Nations can, you know, can do their bit and talk, but I actually don’t believe we’re ready for a big war, and I don’t think you know – there’s a lot of people here, normal people like us who are actually living, you know we are in reali… you know we live in the real world.

I think Bush and Blair, they don’t live in the real world. They’ve lost the plot. They live in a different wavelength altogether.

Interviewer: So what world do they live in?

Person 1: Yeah, they live in their ‘own’ world. They don’t understand the real people, how it affects us. It’s not… if the war happens, it’s not going affect Bush, it’s not going to affect Blair, it’s not going to affect all their cronies, or Saddam Hussein. It’s people like us that will get affected.

Aside: Good for you…

Interviewer: So, do you think we can stop this war?

Person 1: We… I’m sure we can, and I think they should start listening to us – Two million people here, and this is just people taking part. I think there are so many people around the world that don’t believe in it, and we’ll keep praying. And that is the only, that’s our only solution… Thanks

Video Clips 5

Video Clips 5

Person 1: Well, it’s an absolutely brilliant bloody performance, by ordinary people.

What Bush and Blair are actually planning is so disgusting, so bloody lousy. It’s a war for oil, you know, and the people have just come out and that. They’re not taken in by the arguments.

There’s so much disinformation coming from there, you know, where are, where are ya? Well, there lying like nobody’s business. The dossier, the British dossier, you know against Saddam actually turns out to be a con right from start to finish; people are bloody angry, and they’re against this war.

The point is that the United States rulers are actually out for oil. That’s what the thing’s all about, and people are not taken in by the lies. They have not made the case for war, it’s all about a war for oil.

I say Blair, you’re a sodding liar. Get lost, you know, go out of power, your absolutely disgus… morally you’re disgusting, just go, you know, that’s what we say to Blair. Thank you very much

Person 2: It’s very double-standard I should say for Blair and Bush to do that, to pick up the United Nations resolutions when they want, when it’s convenient for them, especially for oil. What about the United Nations resolution for Israel. They’re not following it for the last fifty years. Why don’t they go and attack Israel?

I think the United Nations should think before they make their resolutions, all the countries should think what they’re making, and the United Nations should pressurise Blair and Bush, especially – all the countries who can veto. Why these five countries only have the power to veto?… they should change the whole management of the United Nations also. They should think in those lines also, after the war.

This is democracy, look at the amount of people telling the government what they want. And Blair gave the speech this morning, totally contradictive of himself. When he used the word ‘democracy’ I don’t think he knows the meaning of democracy. That’s not democracy at all.