Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 406 The Writers’ Bloc on Kazakhstan & The Russian VaxxCounter-Currents Radio
Host Nick Jeelvy was joined by Edward Slavsquat, sometimes known as Riley Waggaman, an ex-Russia Today journalist to discuss Covid in Russia as well as recent developments in Kazakhstan on last weekend’s episode of The Writers’ Bloc, and it is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
The conflict in Kazakhstan
A color revolution
The digital ID system
The human factor vs. geopolitics
The Sputnik vaccine
The Russian oligarchs
Biometric IDs in Russian schools
QR codes in Russia
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