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Person 1: A lot of people on marches, would be grateful for the number that are still streaming in, and it’s twenty past four. There’s far far more than the authorities estimated. Fantastic.
Interviewer: So do you think we could possibly stop the war?
Person 1: I’m fifty-fifty on that one. Possibly, possibly not. At least we can say in a few years time, ‘well I was there, and I did my bit.’
Person 2: I had to be here today, because I understand what the situation is, and it’s completely unfair. And it’s fantastic to see, all groups, all diverse minorities, and majorities here, it’s just fantastic.
It’s just awful out there, we claim to be a democratic country, and we’ve got… We have to stop enforcing our liberal ideas on other countries. I’m totally against Saddam Hussein and his dictatorship, but, we keep trying to Westernise other Eastern countries, and it’s just awful. And this is the problem with justice at the moment. We have no right to go over there. This is what state sovereignty is all about.
Person 3: We do not want to go to war. We think it’s a bad idea, and Bush is just, thinks US is the best country in the world
Person 4: And, no, I feel that, there’s not really a lot of thought gone into this. It’s been very, it’s been such a quick decision. I think the governments of the world need to think before they act, because, their actions affect everyone, and as you can see, all the people here, they feel so strongly against this. Especially the youth of this country.
All three: STOP THE WAR!