Video Clips 11
Person 1: Well I think that people’s voices can be heard. The large number of people gathered today, from different race, from different nationalities, it’s a real indication that people are anti-war, despite the fact that Mr, or the Prime Minister, today, he gave a speech, and he wanted people, even if the large number of protestors today, he tried to remind them about September the eleventh, and the oppression of Saddam Hussein, but obviously that would not be an excuse to attack Iraq at the moment.
Well, I think the media, it has it’s own, er, its been affected by the Western or the certain people who are in power behind the media. The media is worried about it’s own reputation propagates a different message – what suits it, really.
I don’t believe that the United Nations is legitimate, because I could see very clear that the United Nations has failed to protect the Bosnians, and I could see very clear, that the American power and American oppression is facing the United Nations in front of the whole world, so where is the role of the United Nations if it does really exist?
The people should come together and understand, what is really… you could do to stop this war.
Person 2: We are here because we oppose the war. I think the war will open a Pandora-Box, which nobody can say how far it will go. And the world doesn’t need that. Complete Insanity…
Person 3: Complete Insanity
Person 2: War can never bring peace
Person 3: No… <chuckles>
Person 2:We have to aim for peace to get peace. All the best to their people, but they are wrong. They are doing their duty, they, they have their jobs. But its a pity.
Remove the tinted glasses and look at the reality<gestures> … this is the reality – the world doesn’t want a war. We don’t need a war… We don’t need a war at all. We need working for peace.
Person 3: We were born in the war – in the last war – so, no way another war.
Person 2: Just, work for peace and we’ll get peace. And respect everybody