Thursday, August 31, 2006

Chomsky on US foreign policy



Okay, let it load, and then take a look at the conversation around 6:30. Then scroll down and take a look at my post on the possibility of a welfare liberal libertarian...

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Blogger Liam O'Brien said...

It's very difficult to take somebody suffering from such a severe case of political passive agressivism as Chomsky seriously.

He has yet to apologize for his role as an apologist for some of the most damaging authoritarian governments of the second half of the 20th century. He is one of the most prejudiced individuals to ever gain his level of fame amongst the western left wing audience.

Noam Chomsky is about as an effective or useful source of information/commentary on George W. Bush as he was on one of his heros -- the genocidal Pol Pot.

I've seen Chomsky deny that he ever wrote the very words written in some of his published books.

Then again, if we want to learn about lies, we should learn from a master . . .

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