…there are no “knowns.” There are thing[s] we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say there are things that we now know we don’t know. But there are also unknown unknowns. There are things we don’t know we don’t know.
Donald Rumsfeld, NATO Headquarters (June 6, 2002)

I believe demolishing Hussein’s military power and liberating Iraq would be a cakewalk.
Kenneth Adelman (February 13, 2002)

12 thoughts on “Dissent

  1. I admire people that can become ‘one’ with the issue and put up a ‘show’. I know we need these people to make a voice. However, as long as there is BIG money made in war, (armor, tanks, bombs etc) war will stay and they will always find a reason to start shooting again.
    There is a lot we don’t know because they always keep the door closed, so that we cannot hear.
    This is just MY humble opinion and nobody has to share that.
    Impressive pictures.

  2. Photographically speaking, I like the depth of color and contrast which creates a deeper involvement for the viewer. The actors call to memory every image we have seen of rows of bodies, and that sight simply won’t ever leave our minds completely. Of course, there are varying political opinions at play here, but there is a message that is very tangible. You did a great job on these photos.

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