Thousands of people marched through central London on Saturday calling for a deal on climate change at next week's conference in Copenhagen.
Organizers of the Stop Climate Chaos Coalition had originally estimated that more than 10,000 people would participate in the event that began at Grosvenor Square and made its way to the Houses of Parliament on the River Thames.
But London's Metropolitan Police said there were about 20,000 people at the march.
But the progressive global government crowd still could not muster as many people on a dreary London afternoon as ... say ... the Gay Pride Parade did.
Rubber suits, drag costumes and knee-high boots were the order of the day as central London was awash with colour during the annual Pride celebrations.
The parade, celebrating gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender culture, brought the West End to a standstill.
Up to 500,000 marchers gathered in Trafalgar Square for a party with live music and dancing.
I guess the eco-warriors, climate alarmists, gullible college activists, and anti-western one-world-government types should have had "live music and dancing."
Oh, and rubber suits.