On the Fifteenth of February 2003 we took a video camera into London to interview people’s thoughts and opinions regarding the buildup to the Iraq War.
The interviews – recorded on that day – reflect the straight-forward ‘common-sense’ points of view that were being expressed by the large numbers of people at the time.
‘The people of the world do not want war…’
It’s purpose is to be an archive for those views, and the content speaks for itself.
A big Thank-You to everyone who spoke to camera.
Video Clips 1
Person 1: It’s just a case of killing people, which I don’t think is right. I’m sure if it was, if it was, you know, your family, or my family or Tony Blair’s family – for that’s sake; I think you’d have a different opinion on that, I really do. And I really mean that. You know, it’d be a different situation, when it comes to a family, you know, and families are what these people are ruining, whether its Iraqi families or whoever’s family. I think that’s, you know, at the end of the day, people are going to die. Continue reading…