Eric Garris on Russia Today founder Eric Garris spoke to Russia Today on the extent of the U.S. government’s intervention overseas, the effect of endless war on the economy, the lack of probing mainstream coverage on Afghanistan and the reality of life in Gaza.


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  1. Kudos, Garris, for mentioning the incarceration rate, which is part of what Angela Davis has called the prison-industrial complex.

    Also, don't forget the "War On Poverty"–which was a real war too, on poor people.

    You are probably wrong about the money that evaporated in the economic collapse being less than what is spent on the wars, but it is a very complex subject.

    The fact is the sums in both cases are so vast it's probably trivial to mention the difference.

    With a new drug war now in Afghanistan (latest pretext), USMC in Costa Rica also changes context.

    You went sexy issues, Brazilian Carnival, Bakhtin on Rabelais, and read Deleuze and Guattari's Anti-Oedipus. If you can make it through the first half, there are some interesting remarks on the two-tiered nature of "money" in Capitalist economies and on antiproduction.

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