Charles Goyette Interviews Mark Vonnegut

Charles Goyette, April 25, 2008

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Mark Vonnegut, an American pediatrician and writer, talks about a new collection of Kurt Vonnegut’s works titled Armageddon in Retrospect, discusses the legacy of his father’s career as a writer, his father’s life and his father’s love of writing, his father’s writing on political and societal issues, and Kurt’s opinion of the Iraq war.

MP3 here. (8:47)

Mark Vonnegut is an American pediatrician and writer, the son of the late writer Kurt Vonnegut and author of The Eden Express.

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  1. According to Dr Bob Bowman, former chief of US Air Force Missile Defense, missile defense is the missing link to a First Strike. Dr. Bob Bowman thinks missiles in Poland will be very useful to shoot down any surviving Russian missiles after a First Strike. Therefore the Russians will implement Launch On Warning. The terrible consequences of a mistake will be caused by the Pentagon´s drive for a disarming, unanswerable first-strike capability. Dr Bob Bowman agrees that the Pentagon will get disarming first-strike capability by 2011/12. Acc. to former Trident missile engineer Bob US Navy can track and destroy all enemy subs simultaneously. The main danger is Russian Launch On Warning because of US First-Strike Capability. Please read Keir Lieber and Daryl Press, “The Rise of US Nuclear Primacy”, 2006 March/April issue of Foreign Affairs. By 2011/12 the Pentagon will have achieved that the Russians have no choice but Launch On Warning. “Bloody fools in the Pentagon” stated Brigadier Harbottle, Chairman of Generals For Peace. A First-Strike Capability inevitably leads to Nuclear War, probably by accident.

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