I made a movie to explain to the American public what had been achieved in regards to disarmament of Iraq and why inspectors aren’t in Iraq today and detailing the very complex, murky history of interaction between Iraq, the United Nations and the United States. It is most definitely not a pro-Iraq movie. It is a pro-truth movie.
My personal missteps - how many Americans have died as a result of that? None. Other than my family, how many victims were there? None. And yet, in refusing to engage in a responsible debate about Iraq, how many Americans died? Thousands. And America seems to have no problem with that.
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I didn’t promote war when I was a weapons inspector.
|Birth:||15th July, 1961|
|Profession:||Critic, Public Servant|
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