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eXiled Radio / February 2, 2010

Listen to this radio interview as Mark Ames talks to radio host Scott Horton about Russia, the fuckups in the White House, how Larry Summers screwed the entire world up, and what Libertarians and the Left have in common.

Mark Ames is the author of Going Postal: Rage, Murder and Rebellion from Reagan’s Workplaces to Clinton’s Columbine.

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  • 1. Ilona  |  February 10th, 2010 at 2:18 pm

    And he stupid ones like my mother. Ok, perhaps yours as well and Mark’s. Shiiit. They are stupid.

  • 2. Ilona  |  February 10th, 2010 at 3:35 pm

    Thanks Mark/Yasha/??? for cutting off my rant.

    Actually the word “penis” can do the shit!

  • 3. Russian Dude  |  February 14th, 2010 at 1:36 am

    This is one of the most intelligent conversations I’ve heard in a long, long time. As painful as it was to revisit, I wish that these kinds of conversations would occur more often.

    About the Ossetian War:

    “External observers frequently miss the point that Russia’s stake in the conflict over the unrecognised republics is much higher that that of Georgia’s entry into NATO or the destabilisation of energy transit routes that bypass Russia. Russia simply could not afford to lose: in view of the harsh nature of the conflict in Abkhazia and Georgia in the early 1990s, Georgia’s seizure of these territories would mean ethnic cleansing, and the flight to Russian territory of many tens of thousands of embittered and armed refugees. The loyalty of the North Caucasus republics of North Ossetia and Adygeya, tied by blood relation to South Ossetia and Abkhazia, would be undermined. North Ossetia, moreover, is the largest and most loyal autonomous republic in the region. Russia would have been shown to be weak before the entire North Caucasus, and this would have marked a return to the situation of the 1990s. The reaction of the international community to Russia’s war with Georgia, no matter how harsh, could not compare in significance to the implications of a new war in the North Caucasus. Georgia’s attempt to export the ethnic conflict that it created in the early 1990s to Russian territory had to be intercepted at any cost.” – Moscow Defense Brief, Independent Russian Analysis.

    WTF were these idiots thinking? Oh right, Rove, the brain, left the building.

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