Charles Goyette Interviews Patrick Graham

Charles Goyette, September 24, 2007

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Patrick Graham discusses his new article for Macleans about America’s renewed alliance with Saddam’s old Iraqi Ba’athists, the “redirection” against the Shi’ites that the U.S. has been supporting since 2003 in the name of containing Iran, how they’re only sowing further disaster, the vitriolic hatred and willful ignorance of the red-state fascist, Bush worshiping, Kool-Aid drinking, 29% dead-enders and his experience observing Blackwater mercenaries in Iraq.

MP3 here. (16:55)

Patrick Graham is a Canadian freelance journalist who worked in Iraq from November 2002 until August 2004 for the Observer, Harper’s and the New York Times magazines. Previously he was a foreign reporter for the National Post. He is writing a book about his experiences.

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