Skip to comments.Counter-Protest Resources: Signs, Songs, Slogans and More
Posted on 02/14/2003 11:14:39 AM PST by sauropod
I am posting this for Jerez 2
NOTE: Many slogans can be used for signs OR chants -- or BOTH!
"Anti-War" is PRO-Saddam
No peace for terrorists.
BLESSED ARE THE PEACEMAKERS:
SADDAM = HITLER
Stop Him BEFORE The 21st Century HOLOCAUST!
Why does Ramsey Clark Provide Legal Counsel to IRAQ?
Why does Brian Becker Visit and Support Dictators in Iraq and North Korea?
Whos Paying for the Buses? Stage? PA? Posters? Who Funds ANSWER?
HEY KIDS! ANSWER doesn't tell the truth!
[ANSWER info: http://www.geocities.com/pastorswatch/
Peace Now is Disaster Later
Over 40 Nations Are With Bush That's Unilateral???
The best thing to for the kids of Iraq
Is Get rid of Saddam!
Peace is not Appeasement
Appeasement isnt Peace
We gave peace a chance
We got 9-11
1-2-3-4, We don't listen to the Left no more!
5-6-7-8, We're going to Iraq to liberate!
If you liked Hitler, you'll love Saddam!
Let Freedom Ring!
SADDAM=HITLER. Stop Him BEFORE the 21st Century Holocaust!
Land of the Free/Because of the Brave
I'd rather be Churchill than Chamberlain
God Bless America
Land that I love
Stand beside her, and guide her
Through the night
With a light from above
From the Mountains
To the Prairies
To the Oceans white with foam
God Bless America
My home sweet home!
In dual articles in the December issue of Vanity Fair magazine and the December 9, 2002 edition of the London Evening Standard, investigative journalist David Rose discloses that CIA files actually contain information on 100 separate meetings between Iraqi officials and Al Qaida operatives dating all the way back to 1992, before anyone in the West even heard of Al Qaida. This includes two meetings between three of the 9-11 hijackers and officers of Iraqi intelligence in the United Arab Emirates and Prague, Czechoslovakia.
But if George Bush wants to give us freedom then we will welcome it." Iraqui soldier Feb 2003
GUIDELINES FOR PROTESTS, RALLYS AND MARCHES:
Laws governing protests, rallys and marches may vary by locale. Spontaneous street corner demonstrations generally do not require a permit. However, prior contact with your local law enforcement agency is the best source of information.
If you contact law enforcement, let them know your plans. Give them the name of a contact person who will be in attendance at the event, along with a cell phone number, if possible.
Obey the laws and ordinances of the jurisdiction. Treat law enforcement officials and officers with respect.
Remain on sidewalks or in designated areas. Comply if requested by law enforcement to move. Don't block sidewalks to pedestrians.
Signs cannot protrude into streets. Signs should not contain profanity or racist slogans. They should be in good taste. The use of humor as opposed to anger is more effective.
Be a credit to your group. Be friendly and informative to onlookers and members of the media who may be present.
Wear appropriate dress for the event.
Respect the First Amendment rights of others. If there are counter-demonstrators, keep a distance of at least 20 feet between your group and theirs. Avoid confrontations and escalation of arguments. Never engage them with obscene gestures or profanities. Don't interfere with media coverage of counter-demonstrators.
If media is present, be respectful. If you are asked for statements, stay on topic and be concise and calm. It's helpful for your group to prepare copies of a press release in advance for distribution to media covering the event.
Bring along cell phones, audio and visual recording equipment if possible. It may prove to be helpful and sometimes necessary.
Be respectful of public property. When the protest or rally is over, make sure your area is free of trash and activity items. FReepers clean up after themselves!
If possible, adjourn to a local refreshment establishment when the activity is concluded. Discuss and analyze the event. It's a good way to be more effective in future events. It provides an opportunity for your group's participants to become better acquainted and exchange ideas. It's also great fun in the afterglow of a successful event!
Remember, your mission is to promote conservative causes within the rule of law, and to utilize the rights and freedoms accorded to us under the U.S. Constitution.
In My Name
Amused: failing to spell check since 1975
Keep yer signs simple.
Otherwise, a lot of folks will just figure yer with the lefties because the sign will not be easily read.
And, if there is a decent cop around, he might slam you upside the head, thinking yer a traitor.
War kills men, and men deplore the loss; but war also crushes bad principles and tyrants, and so saves societies.
No man can sit down and withhold his hands from the warfare against wrong and get peace from his acquiescence.
I have never advocated war except as a means of peace.
Ulysses S. Grant
We are going to have peace even if we have to fight for it.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
I really like that one. I may use it at the Houston FReep of A.N.S.W.E.R. this weekend.
38-STORY BUILDING FOR SALE
[arrow pointing to person's right]
The person holding it will have to stand at an angle so the arrow points toward the building.
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