This July 2018 video says about itself:
Donald Trump is coming to London, England for a NATO summit conference. He is pressuring other NATO governments, like Germany and Belgium, to waste even more taxpayers’ money on
‘defence’ bloody neocolonial warmongering.
This photo shows part of a big demonstration in London during another Trump visit.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Friday, November 29, 2019
NHS staff frontline for Trump demo
One of the protest organisers, Global Justice Now (GJN), which has also played a role in exposing the planned trade deal, said that the demonstration would show Mr Trump that “Britain is not for sale.”
GJN’s Nick Dearden said: “This week we discovered just how great a threat Donald Trump is to our NHS.
“That’s why Tuesday’s demonstration will be led by nurses and doctors — to symbolise the millions of people who will stand up for our health service against a US President who simply represents the biggest, greediest corporate interests in the world.”
The demonstration will assemble at Trafalgar Square, London, from 4pm onwards before finishing at Canada Gate, opposite Buckingham Palace, at 5.45pm.
From the organisers of the demonstration:
No to Trump – No to NATO – National Demonstration
03 December 2019
Assemble: Trafalgar Sq, London – 4PM
March to Buckingham Palace
Facebook event here
Organised by: Stop the War Coalition & CND
4pm: Assemble on south of Trafalgar Sq. for speeches & music
5pm: March leaves Trafalgar Sq. to Buckingham Palace via The Mall
5.45pm: Arrives at Canada Gate opp. Buckingham Palace
6pm: NATO reception begins
7pm: R3 Soundsystem – Dance Music Against Trump at Buckingham Gate
We are encouraging everyone to bring glow sticks and fairy lights etc for visibility as well as horns, whistles, pots, pans and other instruments to make as much noise as possible at the protest.
Donald Trump is coming to London in December for the NATO Heads of State summit. On Tuesday 3rd December, the Queen will be hosting a reception for NATO leaders at Buckingham Palace and it’s crucial we raise our voices against the world’s largest nuclear-armed military alliance which is overseen by one of the most reckless US Presidents in history.
NATO, as an aggressive and expansionist nuclear and military alliance, plays a dangerous global role – it’s still in Afghanistan 18 years on and is expanding further into Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Latin America. Turkey, a NATO member, is currently attacking the Kurds in North Eastern Syria.
The summit is a crucial opportunity for our movement to oppose Trump, his nuclear warmongering, interventionism and destructive social and political agenda. Let’s unite against war and military aggression and ensure President Trump’s visit to Britain will be met with the response that it deserves.