By Terence Bunch Published 2010-04-10 00:00:00 Last Edited 2010-04-10 00:00:00
Almost nine years after the invasion of Afghanistan, Seven years after the invasion and occupation of Iraq, Eighteen months after the UK economy is decimated as the UK banking system folds and just a few days after the General Election of 2010 is called, the British people gather in London to protest the oncoming onslaught of public spending cuts in the UK domestic economy...as reality finally dawns on the nation as a whole what the cost of illegitimate war means in reality.
As the pre-amble to the election gets under way, the three main political parties, Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat all set out crisis manifestos in an attempt to deal with the post war fallout.
The protest is primarily attended by those UK citizens who have most to lose from the cost-cutting which is to follow. Pensioners, care workers, NHS workers and those working in the fields of civil infrastructure including transport, local government and supplementary services.
The election is to take place on May 6th where it is widely expected that a hung Parliament is to be returned. Immediately after, a national defence spending review is to take place in which Britians commitment to the continuing occupation of Afghanistan is to be assessed in light of the current critical economic environment.
London. 10th April 2010.