That's true, @DW. I'm also against this war, for that matter.
But for my little experience, I can say how things go in this fraction of Europe.
Anti-americanism is a fashion - no more, no less.
And such manifestations are always a great success because of that.
Of course, the larger they are, the more they need an organization.
And while people who join them may be pushed by pure intentions, the ones
who organize them are often (always?) politicians (or the like of them)
who use anti-americanism as a tool for self-promotion.
The US is the world's only remaining superpower. I think that makes people more prone to protest since many are worried for the consequences of the US acting.
You have a point, @CE, here.
Hey, somehow we're saying the same thing, I'm just more cinic