Liam Madden was a "good Marine" who graduated the top of his class.  However, the Iraq war, which he served in as a sergeant from 2004 to 2005, prompted his serach for explanations for who wielded power in this world and why it appeared so decietful and brutal.  He became dedicated to speaking out and spent three years as a peace activist, including time as the chair of Iraq Veterans Against the War's board of directors, co-founder of Appeal for Redress, and appearing on countless media outlets including CNN, Keith Olberman, and 60 Minutes.  Liam now believes peace comes from within.  " I am left with the conviction that the infinite, all encompassing energy of love is the only reality and all else is an illusion derived from the insane belief that we are seperate from each other."                        Liam Madden, Iraq War Veteran, Boston, MA (image by Jon Orlando)
Liam Madden was a "good Marine" who graduated the top of his class. However, the Iraq war, which he served in as a sergeant from 2004 to 2005, prompted his serach for explanations for who wielded power in this world and why it appeared so decietful and brutal. He became dedicated to speaking out and spent three years as a peace activist, including time as the chair of Iraq Veterans Against the War's board of directors, co-founder of Appeal for Redress, and appearing on countless media outlets including CNN, Keith Olberman, and 60 Minutes. Liam now believes peace comes from within. " I am left with the conviction that the infinite, all encompassing energy of love is the only reality and all else is an illusion derived from the insane belief that we are seperate from each other." Liam Madden, Iraq War Veteran, Boston, MA
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