Charles Featherstone


Charles Featherstone, regular writer at, discusses the “it’s all about oil” explanation for US foreign policy; why the US is even more concerned about Saudi Arabia’s fate than Israel’s; language in the UN Liyba resolution that seems to forbid ground troops, but doesn’t; the new “leader” of Libya’s rebels that spent the last 20 years in suburban Virginia, arousing suspicions that he’s a CIA asset; the warmongers hard at work figuring how to get the US involved in Syria and Iran; and how the “Arab Spring” marginalizes both Al Qaeda and Israel.

MP3 here. (19:38)

Charles H. Featherstone is a seminarian, essayist and songwriter currently living in Chicago. He writes regularly for

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