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Scoop Images: All Clothes Are Corrupt

Protestors have now assembled in Cuba Mall to attend an anti-sweatshop fashion parade. “It’s not enough to just boycott Nike and Adidas, if you are wearing any clothes you are participating in the system. You have to smash the system,” said an MC.

Protestor Alana Millane offered a police officer a protest flyer and says she was told to “f**k off”.

The protestors are being trailed by five police officers on foot and a big police van.

As the protestors went past a lawnmower shop a lack of solidarity was shown by workers who suggested that the protestors ought to all be put in the van.

A man in a monk outfit with a light-sabre is promoting solar power and says that oil companies are destroying the planet.


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