Posts Tagged ‘Parliament Square’

UK Parliament Vote For Peace #UKvote4Peace


UK Houses of Parliament


Since the Paris Attacks arms companies shares rise.

Arms dealers stocks rise sharply

British arms sales to the Middle East are probably fueling Isis, says

Human Rights Watch Calls on US to Stop Selling Bombs to Saudi Arabia

Tracking ISIS to DC’s doorsteps

UN Authorization does not necessarily give the right for attack on Syria 

Member states urged to take “all necessary measures” but falls short of invoking Chapter VII of the UN charter which authorises military action to restore peace and security

Libya, example of failed liberation, exploitation and deception.

PeaceStrike Peace Picket

Peace Picket Parliament Square


‘POP UP’ Syrian Refugee Camp

‘POP UP’ Syrian Refugee Camp



9 Million Displaced Syrian’s Must Not Be Forgotten.

Show solidarity to the Syrian people and support the ‘POP UP’ Syrian Refugee Camp.

Parliament Square London SW1A OAA

Wednesday 2nd April 2014 at 11am

No need to bring tent as already organized.

Bring good energy, banners, placards, tea,coffee. Check weather forcast for brolly alert!

The U.N. estimates that over 6.5 million people are internally displaced — an increase of more than two million in just six months.

2.5 million have fled to surrounding countries, Lebanon, Turkey, Jordon, Iraq, and Egypt. This has caused great pressure on the host countries who are in turn suffering from their own internal turmoil.

The lack of clean water and sanitation in crowded, makeshift settlements is an urgent concern. Diseases like cholera and polio can easily spread — even more life-threatening without enough medical services. In some areas with the largest refugee populations, water shortages have reached emergency levels; the supply is as low as 30 liters per person per day.

Arms companies supply weapons to kill predominantly civilians, in other countries and make an obscene amount of money.

The money for the weapons is unwittingly supplied by the taxpayer.

Aid is then sent to these destroyed countries to ‘help the victims’ This is the taxpayers money.

Charities are then set up to help in the short fall of funds, again this is the taxpayer.

The ordinary person in the street unwittingly foots the bill to make people they don’t know and will probably never meet, suffer and be killed, while making someone they don’t know and will probably never meet, VERY RICH.

The time has come to peacefully decline.

“I hope that those that have the most important responsibility in world affairs will be able to understand that forgetting Syria will be a total disaster,” the UN’s Guterres says.

Wars Fueled by Western Powers

Blood money: UK’s £12.3bn arms sales to repressive states

Russian arms manufacturer and supplier to the Syrian Government, allowed to exhibit at the worlds largest arms fare in London. (DSEI)

The time has come to peacefully decline.

Syria Peace and Justice

Earthian Global Peace Mission

Peace Strike



The removal of Peacestrike from Parliament Sqare

Below are press articles, video and pictures of the removal by police of the remaining peace box, tent and other items.




Daily Mail

Evening Standard




Peace Strike at the Royal Courts of Justice 6th and 7th March 2012

Court No 3, sitting at 10.30

Big Peace Offensive – “Peace For Iran, Peace For Syria – NO TO WAR!”

Grass Roots Movement – The People Call The Strike Themselves!

Facebook group ‘ BIG PEACE OFFENSIVE UK’

Make the pledge to SAVE LIFE and STOP WAR


Parliament Square 1st August 2011

Okhwan Yoon is from SOUTH KOREA and started his hunger strike at Parliament Square on the 26th June 2011.
He has been travelling Internationally  for the past 10 years visiting 192 countries. His mission has been to spread the message of peace, love and unity for all people wherever and whoever they are. He has journeyed through  the mountains of Afghanistan and also ventured into Iran. He has been made welcome and treated with respect wherever he has gone. Sadly and ironically, he has as yet, not been able to visit the northern part of his country KOREA.


We need to make peace in Parliament Square.

If not here, where?

General Peace Strike

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White Flag Revolution

General Peace Strike

Saturday 20th November 2010



A non-violent direct action to shut down Westminster and Whitehall including other Cities and Towns across the United Kingdom starting on Saturday 20th November. Following the STOP THE WAR demonstration from Hyde Park to Trafalgar Square proceed with us down Whitehall / Westminster carrying white flags for peace in order to make a historical stand from 4.30pm.

This will be a peaceful protest.
Bring tents, sleeping bags and refreshments, white flags, make banners, placards.
Be prepared to stay as long as needed.

Help leafleting and campaign with us to mobilise the widest possible support. Online media can also reach millions. Use Facebook, Twitter, your email, website, blog etc. Following the demonstration we need a 60,000+ critical mass of Volunteers to then proceed to Westminster and Whitehall to send a determined message to our Government that the war in Afghanistan must end!

“Everyone can make a difference”
This war is unwinnable

Please join this crucial demonstration in Westminster and Whitehall which will give back a voice to the anti­war majority in this country and tell the politicians the time for peace is… NOW!

The war in Afghanistan has entered its 10th year, longer than World War I and World War II combined.
77% of the general public do not support the illegal war and occupation of Afghanistan.
342 service personnel have been killed – twice the number killed in the Iraq war to date, with over 4,000 seriously wounded field hospital admissions,.
⚫Tens of thousands of unarmed innocent Afghan civilians have been killed since 2001, with 2010 the worst year yet.

Ministry Of Defence Operations Factsheets ref:

Too many innocent lives in Afghanistan are being lost.

What for?

“Afghanistan Time for Peace.”

To Stop War – The People Must Stop!

The Orange Revolution ­ staged by the people of the Ukraine, followed the 2004 Presidential elections, for which,  it was claimed showed massive corruption, fraud and voter intimidation.
This democratic revolution was highlighted by a series of acts of civil disobedience, mass sit­ins and general strikes, with thousands of supporters camping out along the central streets of Kiev.
What was the Orange Revolution? Ref:


“Lets UNITE now for future Peace.”
The people are saying;


Listen to the people

Why it’s time for the troops to come home

We, the people, have nothing more to lose by taking a stand  now for common humanity.
We need UK forces to withdrawn soon; we need to break the NATO coalition. If we don’t act now, this could result in an escalation of war into Iran

So much bravery, loyalty, devotion; so many young lives already destroyed. Unmanned drone planes continue to bomb Pakistan daily, despite the fact that NO declaration of war has been made. This is not reported within mainstream media.

The war in Afghanistan is a mess. The insurgency grows,  and why wouldn’t it: foreign troops have invaded and occupied their country! The people responsible for 9/11 are no longer there. So why are we?
Why are we offering up the lives of our sons and daughters every single day, for no reason anyone can define. The October 20th Governments budgets cuts are upon us. These are the severest spending cuts since the 1930s – all in order to fund an illegal war.
Prime Minister Cameron says our British troops will be in Afghanistan at least another five years at a cost of £5bn a year, while cutting child benefits to save £1bn a year and cutting housing benefit to
the poor to save £1.8bn a year.
Following the successful withdraw of our service personnel, we, as a country
must take responsibility for ongoing humanitarian aid and support to the people of

Contact phone number 07907233861, email

Peace Strike is committed to bring our service personnel back from Afghanistan alive, and to aid in the prevention of further conflicts within the middle east especially Iran.

Maria creates Sri Lankan concentration camp protest on Churchill’s statue

In the early hours of this morning, Maria occupied the Churchill statue in Parliament Square. Surrounded by barbed wire as a symbol of the concentration camps in the Tamil area of Sri Lanka, she is highlighting the plight of hundreds of thousands of ordinary Tamil civilians who are being held in atrocious conditions in military camps.

The camps break many international conventions, and there are many reports of disappearances,rapes and torture. Also, medical personnel are denied access, and international NGOs and medical organisations cannot get into the area with any aid. The Sri Lankan Government has imposed draconian restrictions on journalism, so the only news and monitoring is at grassroots level.

The action at Parliament Square is a striking image, with Churchill surrounded by barbed wire and placards about the Tamil Plight.

For more images and a report, see here.