Neil Clark from The Guardian (UK):
If in 2003, Russia and its closest allies had launched a full-scale military invasion of an oil-rich country in the Middle East, having claimed that that country possessed WMDs (weapons of mass distraction) which threatened the world and that afterwards no WMDs were ever found.
Here’s a good trick to see through the traps and lies: switch places and check whther you would make the same judgement.
Note that the link to rt.com didn’t open for me directly (wonder why is it in a “democratic” Canada with “freedom of speech”), I had to use public proxy to get to the article. You can also use a plugin for your browser to do this.