Harold Pinter, who won the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature, is not just a great writer, he is a man of great conscience. Take a few minutes to read or view his Nobel Lecture, which he gave two days ago in Stockholm. This page has links to both text and video versions in several different languages.
Not only does Pinter rail against the invasion of Iraq and call for Moron and Blair to be arrested for war crimes, he places the war in a wider context of US aggression. For the last several years, liberal Americans have been decrying what "America has become", which leaves me scratching my head wondering where they've been. Become? Is. Pinter rails with eloquence and anger, and a knowledge of history. Please read or watch.
More about Pinter and his work here.