We cannot complain about Bush, his NeoCon masters, the CIA, Mossad, Blair (spit), the shower of MP's and senators who should have asserted their power, the military, the MOD, the UN, the Hutton & Chilcots and even the hoods who are allowed to own or control the worlds media (including the BBC). Such human faeces will always float to the surface and it is the duty of the news' commentators to help clean such foul detritus away.
I am just an everyday fellow but one who has taken serious note of events, studied and learnt, since the, so called, attacks of 9/11 and have since reached solemn conclusions, available to all who take the trouble to seek it out, about the nature of world leadership - especially today.
The War You Don't See? If any of this documentary is news to you you are a mainstream-media junky; you need to start to develop your own understanding and opinions. People are dying at the hands of those who are acting in our name; don't you know?
In unison there is a tough challenge before journalists and commentators. I am sure John Pilger could speak far more plainly than this documentary portrays, speak of how this outrageous violence has come about, but if he did the program would not be on TV. So he gets what part of the message he can across in the best way he can - the rest is up to you.