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Carne Ross was an establishment high flyer. A career diplomat whose grandfather helped crack the Nazi code in the Second World War. He was part of the system, an insider who admits he was complicit in the case being made by the West to invade Iraq in 2003.
It was the war in Iraq that led Ross to quit his job. The film ‘Accidental Anarchist’ traces his journey across the globe as he tries to find an answer to the question many people today are asking themselves – isn’t there a better way? For Carne Ross there is. Anarchism.
- Carne Ross Former British diplomat and founder of the Independent Diplomat, a non-profit that offers assistance on diplomacy to governments and political groups.
The Trailer For Carne Ross' Film: The Accidental Anarchist
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