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Trump Assailed for Human Rights Abuses in London Protest

Courtesy of Pam Martens

Amnesty International Unfurls a Banner on the Vauxhall Bridge over the Thames in London to Protest Trump's Visit (July 13, 2018)

Amnesty International Unfurls a Banner on the Vauxhall Bridge over the Thames in London to Protest Trump’s Visit (July 13, 2018)

By Pam Martens and Russ Martens

Hundreds of thousands of protesters marched against President Donald Trump’s inhumane immigration policies on Saturday, June 30, in the United States and now hundreds of thousands more are marching today and tomorrow in London and cities throughout Britain as Trump meets with Prime Minister Theresa May and is scheduled to have tea with the Queen.

The sweeping public outrage has, unfortunately, escaped the tone-deaf Republican controlled Congress of the United States. Republican majority leaders have scheduled two hearings since June 28 to bolster Trump’s base and berate the FBI over the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s emails in 2016 and, yesterday, to flog the FBI for bias against Trump.

What the Republican majority leaders in Congress see no urgency to investigate or hold hearings on is how the Trump administration has effectively abducted 3,000 children as young as two months old from their immigrant parents at the U.S. southern border, shipped them to detention centers all over the country, while never bothering to create a tracking system to determine which children belong to which parents. A U.S. Federal judge, Dana Sabraw, has ordered the children reunited with their parents and wrote a scathing decision noting that the “startling” and “unfortunate reality is that under the present system migrant children are not accounted for with the same efficiency and accuracy as property.”

Today Amnesty International unfurled a banner on the Vauxhall Bridge over the Thames in London reading “Human Rights Nightmare” and featuring a picture of Donald Trump. One of the largest signs in the crowd of protesters around Parliament Square in London read: “No! In the name of humanity, we refuse to accept a fascist America.” Other signs blared: “No to Racism; No to Trump” and “Walk-Out Against Trump.” A popular chant that rang out from the crowd was: “Say it loud, say it clear, Donald Trump’s Not Welcome Here.” Many of the protesters who spoke to the media used the phrase that is being used by U.S. protesters, citing Trump for “caging children” in the immigrant detention centers at the U.S. southern border.

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