MAYDAY chaos looks set to return to the streets of London, England, in the run-up to the country's General Election.
An Election Meltdown mass protest has been called by the same groups behind last year's anti-G20 protests during which newspaper vendor Ian Tomlinson was killed by the police.
Says the event website: "On International Worker's Day, Saturday 1st May 2010, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse will take to the streets again at the head of four Mayday Carnival Parades.
"All four Parades will converge on Parliament Square at 2:30pm, and the carcasses of the four party leaders will be hung, drawn and quartered, or guillotined in accordance with the wishes of the assembled multitudes in a Mayday Carnival.
"The Carnival will set up a Direct Democracy Village to occupy the Square until the General Election likely to be on Thurs May 6.
"A People's Assembly will convene on the green, where people can meet as equals to decide what we really want.
"Can we oust the bankers from power?
"Can we get rid of the corrupt politicians in their pay?
"Can we guarantee everyone a job, a home, a future?
"Can we establish government by the people, for the people, of the people?
"Can we abolish all borders and be patriots for our planet?
"Can we all live sustainably and stop climate chaos?
"Can we make capitalism history?
"YES WE CAN!
"DEATH TO THE OLD, CORRUPT ORDER – POWER TO THE PEOPLE'S ASSEMBLY!"