I appear on Fox 9 Minneapolis on April 13th at 9 p.m. c.s.t. I like big bombs and I cannot lie . . . or something like that. Its strange how America'as citizens seem to wake up and instinctively cheer when we kill people, blow things up or pound our collective chest. It is a really interesting phenomenon but it continues to hold true. And then this latest story of a bomb that carries 11,000 lbs of explosives known as a MOAB? Oh, the rapture. It's pretty wild actually.nn I will appear and talk about what the UlS., was trying to do, whether it was successful and whwther it will make any difference.
Entries in afghanistan (37)
I appear on Kare 11 in Minneapolis on April 13th at 5 p.m. c.s.t. The U.S. military just dropped the largest conventional they have in their arsenal in eastern Afghanistan known as a MOAB. They decided to target an ISIS cave complex. This comes just after a U.S. attack in Syria and as the situation heats up in North Korea. This is an interesting development and may be foreshadowing of things to come. All of this is taking place while the investigaiton involving Terump and the Russians continues to gain steam. Many continue to ask is these two issues are interconnected. Fascinating.
Hope you can watch.
I appear on Russian TV Moscow on May 13th to talk about the U.S. and Western policies to eradicate opium in Afghanistan. The Americans claimed that this was one of their major efforts and this has been a cataclysmic failure. Poppy cultivation and opium production is still the major industry in the country. So why did the Americans failure so dismally? What are the ramifications of this failure?
This should be a really interesting conversation. I hope that you can catch it.
Just found the rough audio from my first radio show for Air America in Afghanistan in December of 2009. I'm laughing because I'm exhausted and yet so keyed up. Hope you enjoy it. reall a blast from the past for me.
I appear on RT TV on March 30th at 6 p.m. e.t. Since President Obama took office, U.S. drone attacks have increased dramatically. We have seen far more in Afghanistan and Pakistan but we also have seen dramatic increases in Yemen and even Somalia. There are even reports of civilian usage within the United States. What is the impact of such usage and is there a downside?
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I appear on KPOJ's Carl Wilfson Program on Monday, March 12th at 10:35 a.m. c.t. With the most recent reports of an American soldier murdering 16 civilians including women and children, what does that mean for the region? Combine that with the destruction of the Quran and soldiers urinating on dead Taliban and we have made an impossible situation even worse. We will then turn to the ongoing destruction in Syria. Should be an interesting conversation.
Hope you can listen.
I appear on RT TV on Tuesday, July 5th at 6 p.m. e.t. Since President Obama took office, there is a huge transformation in air power being used in Afghanistan. In fact, the numbers are pretty astounding. While there can be some benefits, one of the biggest problems in the deaths of innocents. In fact, those numbers are up by more than 20%. However, this seems to cut directly against the concept of a counter-insurgency operation.
I will appear to talk about this as well as a new UN report that highlights more instability on the ground. Hope you can catch it.