|pro - regime Syrian|
|fresh off the coach|
I took a quick trot (pardon the pun) from Trafalgar Square down to Downing St to photograph the Anti- regime Syrian protesters. This protest was made up of young men. They were noisy, but just as friendly and good natured as their pro-regime counterparts. Their placards depicted dreadful scenes of mutilated bodies, including children, who had perished in the alleged Govt clampdown on protest.
Two different versions of life in Syria, from two sets of people from across a religious divide. Which one is to be believed, or are they both partially right? Until the Syrian govt allows the international media in country to see for itself, it's any ones guess.
|police block the entrance to Whitehall|
|police keep protesters away rom Whitehall|
|protesters running past cops|
Lastly, I would imagine that most people who spend their nights sleeping on the streets of London would beg for a few quid for breakfast/can of special brew. The Occupy LSE have been tweeting for anyone with old laptops or mobile phones to donate them. FFS do these people know no shame. Are they so naive that they don't realise that working class people are very unlikely to have an 'old laptop' or 'old mobile' they are willing to give away. We cant afford to give away valuable electrical equipment.
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