‘We made it as part of the Media Workers Against the War contribution to the anti-war camp. It’s 25 minutes long and made up of interviews and footage of speeches such as at the first stop the war meeting of 2,000 people at Friends Meeting House in London. People who couldn’t go to that meeting or who don’t live in London can begin to get a sense of the Stop the War Coalition. The video outlines the basic arguments against the war-on humanitarian grounds, it’s illegal, counterproductive and it is leading to a worsening of the situation.’
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