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Linh Dinh, America’s greatest gonzo-journalist-in-exile, argues that “people just want to be left alone, so they can just eat simple food, drink cheap beer, and have conversations. But unfortunately life isn’t that unmolested. That’s been a constant theme in my writing and in my thinking.” I’m not so sure about the cheap beer—my life and... Listen
I introduced Linh Dinh‘s ferocious, touching, painfully autobiographical essay “Corpses in Ocean” as follows: As my Vietnam veteran VT colleagues can attest, that atrociously bloody war seemed totally pointless at the time. (Almost as pointless as destroying the Middle East for Israel today.) But now, looking back with pride, we can reflect that had we... Listen
And read Linh’s new article (featuring material discussed in this interview) HERE. Some of my Veterans Today friends and colleagues (readers as well as editors) visited Southeast Asia in the 1960s. Their task: Spread death and degeneracy on behalf of Operation Apocalypse Now. Today, Westerners are still spreading death and degeneracy in Southeast Asia, but... Listen