100,000 marched in London, where Tony Blair's countrywide
approval rating has dropped to a dismal 30 percent. Tens of thousands marched in Barcelona, Madrid, Istanbul, Athens and elsewhere.
The peoples' anti-war movement that now demands Bring
the Troops Home Now and End the Occupation of Iraq is asserting itself again as the single biggest
obstacle to the Bush administrations criminal foreign policy. Bush's approval rating is now below the 50 percent level, according
to a Wall Street Journal poll from Thursday, September 25.
People are not only angry with Bush, they are incensed that
the Congress continues to function as a virtual rubber stamp for the administration's policies that are reviled
throughout society. The number of people in the United States living in poverty increased by 1.7 million last year
and the median household income declined sharply. Nearly three million jobs have been lost since January
On October 25, 2003, when hundreds of thousands of people go into the streets and surround
the White House in a sea of protest, they will be sending a powerful message:
Bush and his strategy of endless war will be stopped.
Having defied the will of the people in his race towards war, the administration has unleashed
an irresistible political opposition that will be the political undoing of the war makers.
VOTE NO WAR