How I Came to Testify Against the Iraq War

Carne Ross, a former British diplomat, describes how he came to testify against his superiors and the Blair administration about the build-up toward the war on Iraq.

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Comment by Al LeBlanc on June 5, 2013 at 1:27pm

Carne: Thanks for your courage to listen to your conscience and become ostracized for speaking"truth to power".  Agree Iraq 2 war unjust and unnecessary. Sadam was contained and offset Iran.Furthermore, the catastrophe was compounded by poor occupation management. No one dared say "the King wears no clothes"  Colin Powell tried his best ! Those neocon unilateralists have to live with their conscience. Bush2 should have sought advice from Bush1 a Diplomat. and WW2 Hero. Enough !

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