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Auckland Vigil celebrates End of Bush, remembering the dead of his wars

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Palestinians, Iraqis, Afghans, Americans, Kiwis and many other nations unite in poem and song on the last day of Bush's reign of terror

Pictures in full at the Socilaist Aotearoa blog below

Rose's poem was powerful

Marx, Merrydyth and Jim rocked the gaff with songs of struggle and celebration

American socialist Robin spoke of the deep hatred for Bush and his policies from ordinary working class Americans, and pledged the fight would continue against war and imperialism in the Obama era.

Liz Williams from Justice for Palestine read a heartbreaking poem written by a young boy in Gaza.

Look into my eyes and tell me what you see?
You're blinded by our differences.My life makes no sense to you.
I'm the persecuted Palestinian.I'm the son of Palestine.
Each day you wake in tranquillity,No fears to cross your eyes.
Each day I wake in gratitude,Thanking God He let me rise....

Related

http://socialistaotearoa.blogspot.com/2009/01/auckland-vigil-remembers-dead.html

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Re: Auckland Vigil celebrates End of Bush, remembering the dead

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