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Antiwar Radio: Bill Kelsey

Bill Kelsey, libertarian activist and former NGO-employed international relief pilot, discusses the dangers of overzealous and naive humanitarianism, the political and economic forces that determine which Afghan poppy fields are eradicated and which are left alone, the increasingly impersonal nature of combat with remote controlled drone aircraft and how slow evolutionary social change is more sustainable than quick-fix NGO plans.

Antiwar Radio: Bill Kelsey

Bill Kelsey, libertarian activist and sometimes relief pilot for an NGO in Africa, discusses the crises in Congo and Sudan, what he learned about libertarianism growing up in the Middle East and how it relates to the Israel-Palestine conflict.

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Antiwar Radio: Bill Kelsey

Bill Kelsey talks about his time as a pilot for an NGO, flying relief missions in Uganda, Sudan and Afghanistan.

November 27, 2004 – Bill Kelsey

Scott interviews Bill Kelsey about what he learned while flying relief missions in Sudan and Chad over the last couple of months. Audio Stream
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April 10, 2004 – Bill Kelsey


Philip Dru interviews Bill Kelsey about the situation in Iraq. He is a pilot for Airserv International, which is an NGO that provides emergency relief aid to war-torn countries in Africa and the Middle East.
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July 17, 2003 – Bill Kelsey


Philip Dru interviews Bill Kelsey, a pilot for Airserv International, an NGO which provides emergency relief aid to war-torn countries in Africa and the Middle East about the situation on the ground in Iraq where he has recently been flying missions.
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