My fave protest signs in London

Estimates range from tens of thousands to 250.000 protesters in London, protesting Trump visiting the UK yesterday. Just leaving images of some of my fave humourous protest signs here, without any further comment.

Here’s the Trump Baby in action…

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Look at how the handlers of the balloon call themselves!

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Animal-themed signs (click on images to enlarge)…

Body bits talk…

British curses…

British understatement…

Some people had to overcome themselves to protest…

Crowd size was addressed…

Some criticism got a little personal…

Some tried to stay polite, but found it difficult…

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A Monty Python inspired sign…

Python Protest

US presidential voting highlighted…

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There were protests with music references…

Protests with movie references…

Some suggestions for Mr Trump…

General dispair because of all the reasons to protest…

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Yes, I think this really does say something about how ‘popular’ this US president is.

12 thoughts on “My fave protest signs in London

    1. I think he is able to brush it all off and ignore it, but it still is good that so many turned up to express their protest.
      I’m a big Monty Python fan, so the “I fart in your general direction” made me laugh the hardest. 🙂

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  1. Herzlichen Dank! Ich war vom Umfang und vom Einfallsreichtum der Protests sehr beeindruckt. Er ist wirklich mehr als nur unbeliebt und bei all seinem Getue wird man allzu leicht von seinen wirklich üblen Machenschaften abgelenkt, weil alles einfach zu verwirrend ist.

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  2. Und jetzt diese unsägliche (kindische) Rausrederei nach diesem Interview beim Treffen mit Putin! Die Babyballons treffen den Nagel auf den Kopf…
    Das wirklich Schlimme ist, dass das alles wahrscheinlich keinerlei politische Konsequenzen haben wird. Man kann sich nicht vorstellen, was passieren müsste, damit die Republikaner tatsächlich etwas tun.

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