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Wednesday, July 06, 2011


The Audacity of Hope is heading home. To the United States. This is from their blog.
Last night our group’s activities in Athens ended and here’s a description from one of our people there: “We all went to Syntagma Square which looks much like Tahrir where there is an encampment and thousands of people gather each night. On Sundays there may be upwards of 50,000 and on big nights hundreds of thousands. We unfurled to drum beats 22 flags sewn together representing the countries participating in the Flotilla. Our black and white signs were in Greek, Arabic and English. It was a beautiful sight. Then we marched to the Spanish Embassy where our Spanish partners were occupying its embassy demanding the release of their boat. We arrived at about 9 pm with drummers leading the way. They came out on balconies and we sang to each other. It was quite the sight.”
Let's go to the videotape.

Almost forgot the best part: They're leaving the boat behind. BWAHAHAHAHA!

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At 8:48 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

All that money spent with nothing to show for it.

And I love their spin. Color me Snoopy dancing happy!

No more flotilla!

At 9:53 PM, Blogger 935684 said...

Those huge crowds were probably there, not to support the Gaza idiots, but as part of the continuing protests over the Greek government's proposed austerity measures.

At 10:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Enjoy your phyrric victory, Israel


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