Keep the rallies going, and the quality too

Keep the rallies going, and the quality too

By Lorong Cat The period of 12 months from when Lehman Brothers collapsed in September 2008 to its anniversary in 2009 was a tumultuous one. This period was marked by an unprecedented wave of financial meltdown with some of the biggest banks in the UK getting nationalised with taxpayers’ money and also coincided with an Israeli incursion into the Gaza strip. Both of these developments spawned weekly large scale demonstrations in central London. I was new to London and my first “participation” in a major demonstration was during the 2009 G20 summit in London where world leaders representing 20 major…