[Note: see comments posted below for some links to video, and for more photos]
[Also note: one of these photos is from Kevin; see the photo set on Flickr for notes about specific photos]
The rally call-out:
Our occupation has been evicted, but we continue to stand together.
Please join us this Saturday as we rally for democracy. We'll begin to gather before 2pm, around the Victoria Park gates.
* Fontana must go! *
Occupy London is demanding that mayor Joe Fontana resign, and we are demanding an apology for evicting the occupation.
* Stop the cuts! *
We are standing against privatization, and cuts to government services. Mayor Fontana has been supporting that austerity agenda by cosying up to corporations (like EPCOR and Nestle).
We are workers, students, the poor, and immigrants. We are the many people who make up the 99%.
We stand for democratic participation, and peaceful assemblies in public spaces.
Fontana took the lead in stealing the community tents and supplies that we've used for the peaceful democratic assembly at the occupation site. Fontana is siding with the 1% -- against the rest of us.
This Saturday, we ask everyone to join us in occupying our streets.
(Please note: this call-out is from members of Occupy London who are trying to capture discussion at the Wednesday afternoon general assembly. These words haven't been ran by people at an Occupy London meeting -- yet. The next assembly was moved to Friday night at 6pm, to give occupiers time to recover from the eviction.)
[Update: We didn't get around to approving a final version of that before the rally.]