Saturday, December 10, 2005

The Most Cowardly War in History

I kinda missed this when it happened, but the World Tribunal on Iraq sounds like it was interesting, and Arundhati Roy had a little something to say on the opening day:

Let me say categorically that this tribunal is the defense. It is an act of resistance in itself. It is a defense mounted against one of the most cowardly wars ever fought in history, a war in which international institutions were used to force a country to disarm and then stood by while it was attacked with a greater array of weapons than has ever been used in the history of war.

I think that pretty much covers it...

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