Photos by @Roundmabit & Juan Mac
Thousands marched in Glasgow today to Scrap Trident and fight for a nuclear free future. We slept in – so here are some pictures of the rally in George Square and the ensuing Sturgeon selfie scrum.
As much of the march as we managed to catch:
A wee rendition of “Freedom Come All Ye”:Another good day for purveyors of flegs:
The obligatory Nats climbing up on high things shot:
And the obligatory LOL at conspiracy theorists pic:
Patrick Harvie MSP addresses the crowd:
A brilliant speech against nuclear weapons and austerity:
And after Nicola Sturgeon spoke, the scrum began:
What other people’s selfies might have looked like:
“Can you sign my copy of the Government’s white paper.” A sentence never before uttered. “I can’t imagine Henry McLeish being bungled into the back of a car as the crowd screamed.”
A massive turnout, a simple message: Scrap Trident, Bairns not Bombs!
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Reblogged this on Bampots Utd and commented:
well done Scotland !
a grew up listening to the song a added a feel the original people who fought hard for disarmament are about to be thanked with there goals achieved via our younger generation keep fighting the good fight united we are making change !