Proud to stand up and say I was a part of all this. The only protest I have ever felt real courage of my conviction to be at. Telling the leaders of the 'free world' that I, along with millions of others around the world, did not want to see that war happen. To my sadness it did happen. I always stated that to get our message across we all needed to repeat the protest every weekend. I am sure in my mind that the world could not fail to notice what we all felt about the injustice and above all misinformed information presented to governments.
For shame on those who led us into war. For shame!
I hope anyone reading this will seek this documentary out and see what we were marching against. I am sure there are many of you possibly reading this who were on your own protest somewhere in the world on 15th February 2003. If you were then we were all united inside good reason.
"There were two things going on, memory and loss, a portrait of a girl in a shimmering lemon dress that kept it sexy and playful and the pathos of a man separated from the things he loves. Lemon is about leaving home, versus not leaving home."
- Bono on Lemon
did you know
Bono formed most of the lyrics to the song 'Love Rescue Me' when he had a dream about Bob Dylan. The song was for him. Dylan originally contributed lyrics for the song, but later withdrew them.