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GREATER MANCHESTER RALLY AGAINST TRUMP VISIT TO UK
 

Star date: 1st July 2018

STAND UP TO TRUMP

Donald Trump is set to visit the UK on 13th July, and on that date zillions of people are expected to demonstrate against the bigot. There's a national demonstration in London, for which CND is putting on a coach from Manchester, while Stand Up To Trump Manchester has called a demonstration at 5pm on the day in Albert Square.

Full details here...


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Do we really need to list the life and crimes of Donald Trump – on climate change, women, gays, refugees, economy, international relations etc etc? The US President is a bad joke.

While Melania Trump sashays around in a jacket reading 'I Really Don't Care, Do U?' the UK is getting ready to give the couple an emphatic answer. When the Trumps visit London on Friday 13th July, there are going to be demonstrations in London and around the UK...

At 5pm on the 13th, there's going to be a huge rally in Trafalgar Square, and Greater Manchester CND has booked a return coach from central Manchester to the demo*.

Meanwhile at the same time, Stand Up To Trump Manchester has organised a rally in Albert Square, Manchester...

"Speakers at the rally will highlight the struggle against Trump's bigoted policies - from fighting racism, war and sexism...to the battle against runaway climate change, in solidarity with Palestine and migrants. Bring your stalls, banners and anger against Trump" the organisers state.

"We want to make sure that Manchester, like every other town and city, has a huge protest against Trump" they add "Please come to this event, share with your friends, invite everyone you know and bring your banners, flags and placards."

When Donald Trump was first elected, thousands of people in Manchester spontaneously took the streets during two huge demonstrations... Stand Up To Trump Manchester is expecting a similar, or bigger, turnout to show the US President that he's seriously not welcome here...


Manchester Against Trump's Visit to UK
Friday 13th July 5pm
Albert Square, Manchester

For further details see the Facebook event page – click here


* Greater Manchester CND Coach to London Rally
Tickets £15 (unwaged), £26 (waged), £30 (solidarity rate).
For further details and to book – click here


See also previous Salford Star articles on Manchester rallies against Trump – click here and click here

SS wrote
at 17:43:27 on 11 July 2018
> The democratically elected leader of a British friend is invited by the elected leader of our country. The elected leader who has attacked our steel industry with tariffs. This is not what the action of a friend.
 
DJ wrote
at 06:19:47 on 04 July 2018
But he is welcome. The democratically elected leader of a British friend is invited by the elected leader of our country. All these people are doing is creating a need for police involvement which causes the tax payer even more hardship and I'm willing to be there will be trouble. Please go find something more appropriate to vent your anger about, you know something that actually involves the country we are from.
 
Bob the regular wrote
at 15:27:19 on 03 July 2018
Is donald trump a despot? If he is,then the wife of a despot is called a despotitsa. I like the sound of that.
 
Slurp wrote
at 15:24:51 on 03 July 2018
Elected head of state of another country. What America gets up to is their own business. And similarly i expect other countries to keep their noses out of our affairs.This is Brexit Britain. We have more than enough domestic affairs to be getting worked up about.
 
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