The time has come to speak a little ‘truth to power’ to Samantha Power
The US deluded itself and quite a large portion of the western media
‘Is there nothing you will not lie about? Do you have no shame?”
With these moving words passionately spoken, the US ambassador to the UN Samantha Power rounded on her Russian counterpart at the Security Council last week. Her outrage was genuine and compelling. Her words were flashed across the western world.
As I watched Samantha Power, the Irish-born ex-Mount Anville pupil who emigrated to America as a child, the thought occurred to...
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