Antiwar Radio’s YouTube Channel

Antiwar Radio’s new YouTube channel, YouTube.com/AntiwarRadio, is doing great. Anders Knight put it together and has already made some great videos to go along with the interview archives of my show and that of the heroic Charles Goyette of KFNX 1100 AM in Phoenix, Arizona.

Check ’em out, subscribe and please help us spread them around. Here’s what we’ve got so far:

Gareth PorterJohn CusackMichael ScheuerRon PaulMichael SchwartzVincent BugliosiPat BuchananVictor NavaskyThe Other Scott HortonGordon PratherChristopher KetchamGareth Porter

Author: Scott Horton

Scott Horton is editorial director of Antiwar.com, director of the Libertarian Institute, host of Antiwar Radio on Pacifica, 90.7 FM KPFK in Los Angeles, California and podcasts the Scott Horton Show from ScottHorton.org. He’s the author of the 2017 book, Fool’s Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan and editor of The Great Ron Paul: The Scott Horton Show Interviews 2004–2019. He’s conducted more than 5,000 interviews since 2003. Scott lives in Austin, Texas with his wife, investigative reporter Larisa Alexandrovna Horton. He is a fan of, but no relation to the lawyer from Harper’s. Scott’s Twitter, YouTube, Patreon.

6 thoughts on “Antiwar Radio’s YouTube Channel”

  1. Scott,
    Thanks for posting the shows.
    Michael Scheuer was a good listen. But I’m not buying his argument for needing to be using American military to insure oil supplies for US needs. It sounded like you were not on board with this idea either. This need for “protecting” “our” oil supplies is at the heart of Middle East interventionist justifications. It would be a good future show to have an economist knowledgeable in the oil industry really give this idea a workout.

    It seems to me the worst case scenerio is for the price to be high which will only serve to motivate alternate supplies. Maybe we would get a true economic cost of not drilling in ANWR.

    1. I agree. The Arabs will sell their oil to anyone who will buy it. You can have all the oil in the world but what good is it if you have nobody to sell it too? They need the oil revenue at least as much as the industrialized world needs the oil. Its not like they export a lot else. Ivan Leland makes this point in his book The Empire Has No Clothes.

      1. Indeed, and claiming that acquiring oil was the sole motivation misses the point. One of the ancillary benefits of controlling Iraq is capturing the profits from production, not obtaining the oil itself. I suspect this figured prominently in the minds of the neocons who hatched the war plan. Certainly, it would explain why no effort was made to secure the weapons depots while oil production facilities were zealously guarded. I’m not discounting the influence of the Lobby, merely suggesting that the “war for oil” thesis contains a large element of truth.

  2. I really appreciate Haigh’s comments above, and Ben’s notice of some Iraq vets acknowledgement about who/what they think did 9/11, and am now going to watch it at youtube.

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