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    [This interview has been excerpted from Global Discontents: Conversations on the Rising Threats to Democracy, the new book by Noam Chomsky and David Barsamian to be published this December.] David Barsamian: You have spoken about the difference between Trump’s buffoonery, which gets endlessly covered by the media, and the actual policies he is striving to...
  • @Dane22
    While I revile Chomsky's politics, he is largely responsible for advancing the (correct) theory that there is a biologically innate language function of the human brain (say, as opposed to the ape brain).

    This truth is directly related to other anti-blank slate theories of the brain, and thus to Right Wing politics.

    The opposing theories are essentially blank slate theories.

    Saying that no one takes Chomsky seriously anymore is ridiculous.

    The broader language community does not fully accept the (theoretically isolated) blank slate theories. A synthesis of the opposing theories is the consensus. If no one took Chomsky seriously anymore, then the blank slate theories would be accepted in isolation from biological determinism.

    Of course, I am speaking in regard to the broader linguistics community, as well as the (more serious) neurobiology community, outside of any selected idiosyncratic ultra-liberal linguistics departments who may be prone to declaring their "accepted truth of serious linguists" as such (a tired pattern for ultra-liberal cells).

    Chomsky's essential theory is undeniably correct; with an emphasis on "undeniable" as demonstrated by the liberal academics who would like nothing better but to accept the blank slate theories in isolation of Chomsky but cannot, except on the fringe, due to the evidence.

    “A synthesis of the opposing theories is the consensus.”

    You don’t say? Incredible, unprecedented really.

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  • @Authenticjazzman
    " Even though O was elected too with great expectations"

    Expectations of what : Transforming America into a Cuban/Venezuelan socialist pandemonia, transforming America into a PC nightmare beyond imagination?
    Transforming America into a looney-bin in which thugs like Trevon are worshiped as "Heros".

    Just what are you trying to express other than you are still in pain because HC lost?

    Authenticjazzman "Mensa" qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro Jazz musician.

    I voted for Trump.

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  • The following paper should be posted here so people can expose this imposter further. He is escaping from Boston to Arizona with his new wife at 88 year old.

    https://dissidentvoice.org/2017/10/noam-chomsky-and-the-bbc-a-brief-comparison/

    http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona-education/2017/08/18/noam-chomsky-joins-university-arizona-staff-professor/579828001/

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  • @Wade

    Trump’s presidency so far is an abject failure and disappointment. Instead of draining the swamp, he has become a swamp creature himself.
     
    If this is true, it was also true of Obama even though Obama was elected too with great expectations. Isn't it time we stop talking about and blaming the failed candidates and put the spot light where it needs to be: on the Shadow State? It is not just the corporations but it is the CIA/Pentagon/Media/Bureaucratic complex that keeps the whole political system in line with corporate interests.

    And he has been isolated from the public and information that my run counter to the narratives the Deep State wishes him to act on. The Three Generals are responsible for this: Mattis, Kelly and McMaster. Trump put up an admirable resistance in my view. After all he is only one man.

    Chomsky is controlled opposition. He insults JFK and 9/11 "conspiracy theorists" as Camelot Mythologizers and "amateur physicists" respectively when anyone asks him about his views on those subjects. The complete out-of-hand dismissal of anyone who even considers the possibility that cover ups were involved in those cases seems odd for someone who has held such radical views of America for all of these years. Americans, the Reagan administration, are all in need of "denazification" according to him. But he dare not criticize the CIA.

    It's easy for snarks to criticize Trump or Obama for their failures or highly amorphous "corporate America." It takes real balls to criticize the actual power behind the throne though and Chomsky is just not that courageous. To me he's mostly just a snarky professor like Obama once was.

    ” Even though O was elected too with great expectations”

    Expectations of what : Transforming America into a Cuban/Venezuelan socialist pandemonia, transforming America into a PC nightmare beyond imagination?
    Transforming America into a looney-bin in which thugs like Trevon are worshiped as “Heros”.

    Just what are you trying to express other than you are still in pain because HC lost?

    Authenticjazzman “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro Jazz musician.

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  • @Another realist
    Chomsky's views run to the left of my own esp. on immigration, but I agree with him that the US is now run by corporations rather than the people, and I think he is spot on when it comes to the Mideast and North Korea. Trump's presidency so far is an abject failure and disappointment. Instead of draining the swamp, he has become a swamp creature himself. Most of those who voted for him including myself are feeling completely betrayed at this point, from immigration to foreign policy to healthcare to taxes, he's gone completely off course. There has never been a betrayal bigger or swifter in the history of politics. Trump needs to be primary out in 2020.

    I agree wholeheartedly with Chomsky on what's going on in the Middle East and North Korea. Trump's animus towards Iran is driven completely by his loyalty to Israel courtesy of all the Jews and neocons running amok in his admin, starting with his son-in-law and "senior advisor" Jared Kushner. I was totally appalled that he wanted to lift the ban imposed by Obama and sell the most sophisticated weapons to Saudi Arabia. Congress led by Rand Paul was going to block the sale, I don't know what became of that. Trump's buffoonery on foreign policy is making the world more dangerous rather than safer. His illegal war on the ground in Syria alone should get him impeached. How many more wars is the US going to fight on behalf of Israel?

    Bill Clinton may have been America's first black president, Trump is America's first Jewish president.

    Trump’s presidency so far is an abject failure and disappointment. Instead of draining the swamp, he has become a swamp creature himself.

    If this is true, it was also true of Obama even though Obama was elected too with great expectations. Isn’t it time we stop talking about and blaming the failed candidates and put the spot light where it needs to be: on the Shadow State? It is not just the corporations but it is the CIA/Pentagon/Media/Bureaucratic complex that keeps the whole political system in line with corporate interests.

    And he has been isolated from the public and information that my run counter to the narratives the Deep State wishes him to act on. The Three Generals are responsible for this: Mattis, Kelly and McMaster. Trump put up an admirable resistance in my view. After all he is only one man.

    Chomsky is controlled opposition. He insults JFK and 9/11 “conspiracy theorists” as Camelot Mythologizers and “amateur physicists” respectively when anyone asks him about his views on those subjects. The complete out-of-hand dismissal of anyone who even considers the possibility that cover ups were involved in those cases seems odd for someone who has held such radical views of America for all of these years. Americans, the Reagan administration, are all in need of “denazification” according to him. But he dare not criticize the CIA.

    It’s easy for snarks to criticize Trump or Obama for their failures or highly amorphous “corporate America.” It takes real balls to criticize the actual power behind the throne though and Chomsky is just not that courageous. To me he’s mostly just a snarky professor like Obama once was.

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    " Even though O was elected too with great expectations"

    Expectations of what : Transforming America into a Cuban/Venezuelan socialist pandemonia, transforming America into a PC nightmare beyond imagination?
    Transforming America into a looney-bin in which thugs like Trevon are worshiped as "Heros".

    Just what are you trying to express other than you are still in pain because HC lost?

    Authenticjazzman "Mensa" qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro Jazz musician.
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  • @Hu Mi Yu

    Let’s see, yes as a matter of fact the federal government did rope me into a few of their cheap schemes,

    (1) it paid me $460 per each 720 (hours) of full time work, as an E-3 in the USCG;
    (2) it gave me a job as a U.S. Census Bureau enumerator, to drive my own car throughout a city, knocking on the front doors of unsuspecting and at times angry citizens’ homes;
    (3) it paid me minimum wage as a phlebotomist, to draw blood from AIDS / Hepatitis-A-B-C / psychiatric patients in a dank VAMC.
     
    They paid me $89 a month as private. Full time duty, no leave, confined to barracks the whole time. Slipped nasty drugs in my food that caused amnesia. When they let me out, they told my parents a fake story that I loved the military and I was a big hero. I couldn't remember what happened until after they died. I just knew I hated them for their WWII flag-waving patriotism.

    Meanwhile vets in a local VA hospital were paid 25 cents an hour for their work. Minimum wage was $1.25.

    The GI education benefits were generous in those days, and I was willing to call it even after getting some college. But when they began attempting to set me up in the drugs and weapons business, I lost my cool.

    You live and yes some are even dumb enough to learn the hard way, then you die.

     

    Far too many find out on the day they die.

    Ho Chi Minh, excuse me I mean Hu Mi Yu.

    Eighty-nine bucks a month!

    I don’t care if a pack of Marlboro cigarettes cost a quarter back in the day, and grunts were comped all the $hit-on-a-shingle they could eat.

    Talk about ripoffs.

    I’m surprised half the U.S. Army wasn’t going AWOL, hopping one-way Greyhound buses to Las Vegas.

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  • @bjondo
    read his articles.
    brit agent
    deceiver

    I’m no Fisk fan which is why I want to know more from the person who claimed to have “outed” him. I don’t want to make a rough infrrence from reading Fisk articles and guessing his outer’s standpoint.

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  • @wayfarer
    Let's see, yes as a matter of fact the federal government did rope me into a few of their cheap schemes,

    (1) it paid me $460 per each 720 days of full time work, as an E-3 in the USCG;
    (2) it gave me a job as a U.S. Census Bureau enumerator, to drive my own car throughout a city, knocking on the front doors of unsuspecting and at times angry citizens' homes;
    (3) it paid me minimum wage as a phlebotomist, to draw blood from AIDS / Hepatitis-A-B-C / psychiatric patients in a dank VAMC.

    You live and yes some are even dumb enough to learn the hard way, then you die.

    Let’s see, yes as a matter of fact the federal government did rope me into a few of their cheap schemes,

    (1) it paid me $460 per each 720 (hours) of full time work, as an E-3 in the USCG;
    (2) it gave me a job as a U.S. Census Bureau enumerator, to drive my own car throughout a city, knocking on the front doors of unsuspecting and at times angry citizens’ homes;
    (3) it paid me minimum wage as a phlebotomist, to draw blood from AIDS / Hepatitis-A-B-C / psychiatric patients in a dank VAMC.

    They paid me $89 a month as private. Full time duty, no leave, confined to barracks the whole time. Slipped nasty drugs in my food that caused amnesia. When they let me out, they told my parents a fake story that I loved the military and I was a big hero. I couldn’t remember what happened until after they died. I just knew I hated them for their WWII flag-waving patriotism.

    Meanwhile vets in a local VA hospital were paid 25 cents an hour for their work. Minimum wage was $1.25.

    The GI education benefits were generous in those days, and I was willing to call it even after getting some college. But when they began attempting to set me up in the drugs and weapons business, I lost my cool.

    You live and yes some are even dumb enough to learn the hard way, then you die.

    Far too many find out on the day they die.

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    Ho Chi Minh, excuse me I mean Hu Mi Yu.

    Eighty-nine bucks a month!

    I don't care if a pack of Marlboro cigarettes cost a quarter back in the day, and grunts were comped all the $hit-on-a-shingle they could eat.

    Talk about ripoffs.

    I'm surprised half the U.S. Army wasn't going AWOL, hopping one-way Greyhound buses to Las Vegas.

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    (1) it paid me $460 per 720 hours of full time work …

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  • @Hu Mi Yu
    Excellent post. I wasn't there, but I have had feds try to rope me into sting operations several times. If somebody promises easy money by setting you up in the drugs or weapons business, just say no. And run. What they really want is evidence that can be used for blackmail, or in the worst case your carcass at a crime scene.

    Let’s see, yes as a matter of fact the federal government did rope me into a few of their cheap schemes,

    (1) it paid me $460 per each 720 days of full time work, as an E-3 in the USCG;
    (2) it gave me a job as a U.S. Census Bureau enumerator, to drive my own car throughout a city, knocking on the front doors of unsuspecting and at times angry citizens’ homes;
    (3) it paid me minimum wage as a phlebotomist, to draw blood from AIDS / Hepatitis-A-B-C / psychiatric patients in a dank VAMC.

    You live and yes some are even dumb enough to learn the hard way, then you die.

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    Let’s see, yes as a matter of fact the federal government did rope me into a few of their cheap schemes,

    (1) it paid me $460 per each 720 (hours) of full time work, as an E-3 in the USCG;
    (2) it gave me a job as a U.S. Census Bureau enumerator, to drive my own car throughout a city, knocking on the front doors of unsuspecting and at times angry citizens’ homes;
    (3) it paid me minimum wage as a phlebotomist, to draw blood from AIDS / Hepatitis-A-B-C / psychiatric patients in a dank VAMC.
     
    They paid me $89 a month as private. Full time duty, no leave, confined to barracks the whole time. Slipped nasty drugs in my food that caused amnesia. When they let me out, they told my parents a fake story that I loved the military and I was a big hero. I couldn't remember what happened until after they died. I just knew I hated them for their WWII flag-waving patriotism.

    Meanwhile vets in a local VA hospital were paid 25 cents an hour for their work. Minimum wage was $1.25.

    The GI education benefits were generous in those days, and I was willing to call it even after getting some college. But when they began attempting to set me up in the drugs and weapons business, I lost my cool.

    You live and yes some are even dumb enough to learn the hard way, then you die.

     

    Far too many find out on the day they die.
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  • @Wizard of Oz
    You outed the "great journalist" Robery Fisk? As what? Links please.

    read his articles.
    brit agent
    deceiver

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    I'm no Fisk fan which is why I want to know more from the person who claimed to have "outed" him. I don't want to make a rough infrrence from reading Fisk articles and guessing his outer's standpoint.
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  • @Anon
    Noam Chomsky does not support Israel's immigration policies. Or much of anything else about Israel.

    The Noam only supports the jew state of jew. Palestinians need not apply. Nor any other. Just the Jew
    And
    The Noam deceives so well

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  • Chomsky has been at the forefront of solution-less bitch and moan commentary for what – fifty years now? And this piece doesn’t disappoint. He conveniently ignores that Trump is the only *not* bought-and-sold politician who was willing to take on the immigration issue. The Democrat machine can’t allow reduced immigration because that’s their (imagined) future voters. And the Republican’s can’t allow reduced immigration because their Chamber of Commerce donors need the cheap maids and farm hands and programmers. Only Trump was independent enough to say what the majority of the country has been thinking for years now. Even Bernie, who was originally a principled opponent of unlimited immigration due to its affect on wages, had to change his tune for the presidential primary. It’s not hard to find Bernie quotes promoting immigration reduction before the money and power got to him.

    Chomsky must hate the internet. Before that all he heard was his sycophants nodding their heads.

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  • @pyrrhus
    Indeed, blockchain could eliminate the entire vast network of parasites preying on the financial needs of investors....Which is why they will attempt to stop it, whatever that takes.

    It will be interesting to see which way the tug-of-war goes.

    One thing’s for sure the world-wide-web is at a crossroad, faced with the potential of blockchain rendering a decentralized and permissionless internet.

    A small quantum leap, for humanity?

    Hopefully.

    source: http://mitsloan.mit.edu/newsroom/articles/blockchain-explained/

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  • @wayfarer
    It is “creepy.”

    But then again, it's a creepy world.

    I've come to view dark events of late, this way.

    There are these serial crimes (false flags) occurring.

    It's clear a serial killer (e.g. NWO) exhibiting cold-blooded psychopathy, is on the loose.

    One cannot reason with a serial killer, one cannot rehabilitate a serial killer, one can only eliminate a serial killer.

    Until then, this particular serial killer will just continue taking innocent lives.

    On a different note, it appears block-chain technologies may one day provide our world with a digital-stake, which can be driven through the hearts of self-serving Internet gatekeepers (e.g. google/youtube, etc. ). Allowing pure truth, to finally be set free.

    source: https://www.pcmag.com/article/351486/blockchain-the-invisible-technology-thats-changing-the-wor

    Indeed, blockchain could eliminate the entire vast network of parasites preying on the financial needs of investors….Which is why they will attempt to stop it, whatever that takes.

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    It will be interesting to see which way the tug-of-war goes.

    One thing's for sure the world-wide-web is at a crossroad, faced with the potential of blockchain rendering a decentralized and permissionless internet.

    A small quantum leap, for humanity?

    Hopefully.

    source: http://mitsloan.mit.edu/newsroom/articles/blockchain-explained/

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  • Hey Noam, if you want to understand how the criminal billionaires got control of the US, read the article above this one! http://www.unz.com/jpetras/how-billionaires-become-billionaires/

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  • @Wally
    You're babbling again.

    No "he doesn't" what?

    Noam Chomsky does not support Israel’s immigration policies. Or much of anything else about Israel.

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    The Noam only supports the jew state of jew. Palestinians need not apply. Nor any other. Just the Jew
    And
    The Noam deceives so well
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  • @War for Blair Mountain
    Palaco

    Trump has been bailed out over the years by Jared Kushner’s people.

    Trump is a sociopath who has no problem using the Native Born White American Working Class Teenage Male Population as cannon fodder for his precious Jewish only Israel...this of course makes him a traitor also.

    Working Class White Teenage Males don’t freely choose to be cannon fodder for the sociopath Donald Trump...they “freely choose” to be cannon fodder for Donald Trump while Donald Trump’s sons make mega-$$$$$ BIZNESS deals in the ME. Military Recruiting ads are specifically-intentionally designed to manipulate desperate Working Class Native Born White American Teenage Males...with teenager brains.....

    There has been an economic draft in place for decades.


    We dodged nuclear WW3 by a hair’s breath two weeks in Syria when US Special Forces wasted a Russian General...and two Russian Colonels. Yes, I’d say that Donald Trump is a god damn sociopath.


    There is something very creepy about Donald Trump and his relationship with his daughter Ivanka....very very creepy....

    ” There is something very creepy about DT and his relationship with his daughter”

    So you are suggesting/implying that he is molesting his daughter?

    There is something very “Creepy” about the psychotic, perverse blather, you are spreading throughout these forums. You are one sick individual.

    Authenticjazzman “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro jazz artist.

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  • I have long been a fan of Noam Chompsky; I am particularly influenced by “Manufacturing Consent”; thus I was surprised at the number and criticality of the anti-Noam comments here.

    Unfortunately, like many things, having come to not-be-able-to-overlook the systemic inconsistencies in all forms of media, favouring one specific affiliation/collective.

    I do not know if it is true, but if it is so that Noam is against Palestinian right of return, I must reconsider much of what Noam has done/written.

    It is a tough thing to have to objectively scrutinize one’s heroes.

    from : https://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com/2010/10/26/the-myth-of-the-u-n-creation-of-israel/
    There is a widely accepted belief that United Nations General Assembly Resolution 181 “created” Israel, based upon an understanding that this resolution partitioned Palestine or otherwise conferred legal authority or legitimacy to the declaration of the existence of the state of Israel. However, despite its popularity, this belief has no basis in fact, as a review of the resolution’s history and examination of legal principles demonstrates incontrovertibly.

    They are gambling the world on their neurotic, socio-pathic power-mongering.
    The take over and sub-ordination of the U.S.A. is an affront to humanity.
    Anybody who supports these schemes needs to wake-up and publicly denounce them and any part in it…
    … before it’s too late.

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  • @alexander
    Unbelievable.

    What a creepy thing for youtube to do, wayfarer.

    To censor from the internet a video showing "clear evidence" of the crime.

    Creepy, creepy, creepy.

    I cannot imagine one person (or one "jury"), anywhere, who, after viewing this footage ,would not conclude(with 99.9% certainty) there was repeated machine gun fire coming from the fourth floor.

    The poster even bent over backwards to try to determine if it was somehow a "reflection" of gunfire coming from the upper floors.

    He , showed us, in not one, but two, pull back sequences, how it was impossible to be reflections from the upper floors.

    I remember watching it and saying to myself....."My God, he's right."

    It is astounding to me, that Americans have been asked to cough up nearly one trillion dollars over the last 15 years to properly solve, if not prevent, mass terror events......

    And the BEST they can do with our tax money is "censor" clear forensic evidence of the crime, from public view..

    What the heck are we doing ?

    I mean it, Wayfarer,

    What the HECK are we doing ?

    It is “creepy.”

    But then again, it’s a creepy world.

    I’ve come to view dark events of late, this way.

    There are these serial crimes (false flags) occurring.

    It’s clear a serial killer (e.g. NWO) exhibiting cold-blooded psychopathy, is on the loose.

    One cannot reason with a serial killer, one cannot rehabilitate a serial killer, one can only eliminate a serial killer.

    Until then, this particular serial killer will just continue taking innocent lives.

    On a different note, it appears block-chain technologies may one day provide our world with a digital-stake, which can be driven through the hearts of self-serving Internet gatekeepers (e.g. google/youtube, etc. ). Allowing pure truth, to finally be set free.

    source: https://www.pcmag.com/article/351486/blockchain-the-invisible-technology-thats-changing-the-wor

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    Indeed, blockchain could eliminate the entire vast network of parasites preying on the financial needs of investors....Which is why they will attempt to stop it, whatever that takes.
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  • @Wally
    There is no vote allowed by all of the European citizens.
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  • @wayfarer
    I'm absolutely shocked, alexander.

    There was no bullying whatsoever.

    An extremely thorough video analysis by an impartial expert who was utilizing the classic scientific method along with some of the best tech tools.

    It contained so much forensic crime scene evidence, a lot of very significant facts and clues that the MSM is not reporting to the public.

    Did you happen to get the youtube site handle/username?

    I did not commit the username to memory, thinking the video would be available the next day, at which time I was going to archive this particular site.

    You remember the author who was actually quite brilliant, stating “the Internet is a hoax.”

    This video removal by google/youtube along with so many other videos, seems to verify this author's claim.

    Talk about conspiracies?

    I'm just about at my wits end with the Internet and its toxic sea of deception and disinformation.

    Unbelievable.

    What a creepy thing for youtube to do, wayfarer.

    To censor from the internet a video showing “clear evidence” of the crime.

    Creepy, creepy, creepy.

    I cannot imagine one person (or one “jury”), anywhere, who, after viewing this footage ,would not conclude(with 99.9% certainty) there was repeated machine gun fire coming from the fourth floor.

    The poster even bent over backwards to try to determine if it was somehow a “reflection” of gunfire coming from the upper floors.

    He , showed us, in not one, but two, pull back sequences, how it was impossible to be reflections from the upper floors.

    I remember watching it and saying to myself…..”My God, he’s right.”

    It is astounding to me, that Americans have been asked to cough up nearly one trillion dollars over the last 15 years to properly solve, if not prevent, mass terror events……

    And the BEST they can do with our tax money is “censor” clear forensic evidence of the crime, from public view..

    What the heck are we doing ?

    I mean it, Wayfarer,

    What the HECK are we doing ?

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    It is “creepy.”

    But then again, it's a creepy world.

    I've come to view dark events of late, this way.

    There are these serial crimes (false flags) occurring.

    It's clear a serial killer (e.g. NWO) exhibiting cold-blooded psychopathy, is on the loose.

    One cannot reason with a serial killer, one cannot rehabilitate a serial killer, one can only eliminate a serial killer.

    Until then, this particular serial killer will just continue taking innocent lives.

    On a different note, it appears block-chain technologies may one day provide our world with a digital-stake, which can be driven through the hearts of self-serving Internet gatekeepers (e.g. google/youtube, etc. ). Allowing pure truth, to finally be set free.

    source: https://www.pcmag.com/article/351486/blockchain-the-invisible-technology-thats-changing-the-wor

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  • @Anon
    No he doesn't.

    You’re babbling again.

    No “he doesn’t” what?

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    Noam Chomsky does not support Israel's immigration policies. Or much of anything else about Israel.
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  • @Anon
    How is the EU parliament "unelected"?

    There is no vote allowed by all of the European citizens.

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    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elections_to_the_European_Parliament

    Just lies?
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  • @alexander
    Hey wayfarer,

    I watched this youtube video you posted this morning....which showed excellent footage from multiple perspectives of machine gun fire coming from the fourth floor of Mandalay Bay.

    The poster seemed like a very honest, trying to figure out what happened, kind of guy.

    He really worked the footage to get very clear views, for everyone ,of the fourth floor machine gun fire.

    I see now that Youtube has pulled his video on the grounds that Youtube does not tolerate bullying and harassment.

    What ?

    He sure didn't seem like a bully to me..

    Did he seem like a bully to you ?

    I’m absolutely shocked, alexander.

    There was no bullying whatsoever.

    An extremely thorough video analysis by an impartial expert who was utilizing the classic scientific method along with some of the best tech tools.

    It contained so much forensic crime scene evidence, a lot of very significant facts and clues that the MSM is not reporting to the public.

    Did you happen to get the youtube site handle/username?

    I did not commit the username to memory, thinking the video would be available the next day, at which time I was going to archive this particular site.

    You remember the author who was actually quite brilliant, stating “the Internet is a hoax.”

    This video removal by google/youtube along with so many other videos, seems to verify this author’s claim.

    Talk about conspiracies?

    I’m just about at my wits end with the Internet and its toxic sea of deception and disinformation.

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    Unbelievable.

    What a creepy thing for youtube to do, wayfarer.

    To censor from the internet a video showing "clear evidence" of the crime.

    Creepy, creepy, creepy.

    I cannot imagine one person (or one "jury"), anywhere, who, after viewing this footage ,would not conclude(with 99.9% certainty) there was repeated machine gun fire coming from the fourth floor.

    The poster even bent over backwards to try to determine if it was somehow a "reflection" of gunfire coming from the upper floors.

    He , showed us, in not one, but two, pull back sequences, how it was impossible to be reflections from the upper floors.

    I remember watching it and saying to myself....."My God, he's right."

    It is astounding to me, that Americans have been asked to cough up nearly one trillion dollars over the last 15 years to properly solve, if not prevent, mass terror events......

    And the BEST they can do with our tax money is "censor" clear forensic evidence of the crime, from public view..

    What the heck are we doing ?

    I mean it, Wayfarer,

    What the HECK are we doing ?
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  • @Durruti
    Sad Lack of Detail

    Senator 'Socialist' Sanders, occasionally speaks against wars, but Votes for Funding America's Zionist Imperialist conflicts, as well as Full Funding for America's master, the Oligarch Rothschild's Israel. Sander's support for $funding$ imperialist wars expose him for the war criminal he is - the moral equal to any Hitler, LB Johnson, Bush, or American Congress.

    Don't take my word for it. Check/Google it out!!! The information/Truth is readily available in the Congressional Records. Sanders is no more for peace and freedom than Hitler, LB Johnson, the Killery & Bill Clinton, Obomber, Bushes, Casino Trump, the Rothschilds, Netenyahoo, or the other assorted scum Oligarchs.

    As for agent Chomsky, he began as an engaging educator, and sold his soul to the darkside. His rantings above make little sense, except to cast some confusion and waste time. He is clearly operating under orders. He has become dull/boring. He is fading away into the shadows. He is a sad sight.

    Morality and Honor and Love of Country and Restoration of the Republic is our Yellow Brick Road.

    We are the Happy Ones!

    We Have Life!

    God Bless!

    Durruti for the Anarchist Collective

    Yup, Sanders is a Zionist, through and through.

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  • @wayfarer
    I called the deli restaurant, inquiring about their “community outreach” du jour? Sadly, the gentleman who answered the phone, wasn't too pleased by this question. I got the impression that I wasn't the only person today asking about the deli's “community outreach” du jour.

    Anyway, we had a colorful exchange of words along the line of conflicting points-of-view. He offered me a complementary blue-pill, mentioning something to the effect that the first one would be free. I politely passed on the offer, stating that I was in fact a red-pill aficionado

    I offered him a recent update on the Mandalay Resort and Casino, Las Vegas shootings. Hoping to inform him that there's now evidence of another shooter on the fourth floor, as well as the thirty-second floor. Something the MSM with their “official story” isn't reporting on. But he wasn't buying anything except the “official story.”

    I tried to expand his mind with a few of my own false-flag theories, including some 9/11 truth and even the possibility that scopolamine may have been employed at the Mandalay that fateful evening. But unfortunately at this point I sensed he was becoming a bit unglued, so I wished him happy trails, a beautiful day, and said adios.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZ6EaATQ3tI
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRjLIzNSRoE

    Excellent post. I wasn’t there, but I have had feds try to rope me into sting operations several times. If somebody promises easy money by setting you up in the drugs or weapons business, just say no. And run. What they really want is evidence that can be used for blackmail, or in the worst case your carcass at a crime scene.

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    Let's see, yes as a matter of fact the federal government did rope me into a few of their cheap schemes,

    (1) it paid me $460 per each 720 days of full time work, as an E-3 in the USCG;
    (2) it gave me a job as a U.S. Census Bureau enumerator, to drive my own car throughout a city, knocking on the front doors of unsuspecting and at times angry citizens' homes;
    (3) it paid me minimum wage as a phlebotomist, to draw blood from AIDS / Hepatitis-A-B-C / psychiatric patients in a dank VAMC.

    You live and yes some are even dumb enough to learn the hard way, then you die.

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  • @wayfarer
    I need to admit, that was not how the actual conversation went with the deli manager. I was real angry when I placed that call. I didn't make any threats. It's something I refrain from doing.

    The chickensh#t shootings in Las Vegas, which have the hallmarks of a false-flag, really struck a nerve inside of me. I felt compelled to call the deli, and serve it with an equal ration of disrespect. But disrespect in the form of some truths, if that makes sense. I unloaded with some facts, which no doubt struck a nerve within them, and hopefully functioned as a wake-up call.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T467I005v10&

    Hey wayfarer,

    I watched this youtube video you posted this morning….which showed excellent footage from multiple perspectives of machine gun fire coming from the fourth floor of Mandalay Bay.

    The poster seemed like a very honest, trying to figure out what happened, kind of guy.

    He really worked the footage to get very clear views, for everyone ,of the fourth floor machine gun fire.

    I see now that Youtube has pulled his video on the grounds that Youtube does not tolerate bullying and harassment.

    What ?

    He sure didn’t seem like a bully to me..

    Did he seem like a bully to you ?

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    I'm absolutely shocked, alexander.

    There was no bullying whatsoever.

    An extremely thorough video analysis by an impartial expert who was utilizing the classic scientific method along with some of the best tech tools.

    It contained so much forensic crime scene evidence, a lot of very significant facts and clues that the MSM is not reporting to the public.

    Did you happen to get the youtube site handle/username?

    I did not commit the username to memory, thinking the video would be available the next day, at which time I was going to archive this particular site.

    You remember the author who was actually quite brilliant, stating “the Internet is a hoax.”

    This video removal by google/youtube along with so many other videos, seems to verify this author's claim.

    Talk about conspiracies?

    I'm just about at my wits end with the Internet and its toxic sea of deception and disinformation.

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  • @Sane Left Libertarian
    The difference is that Chomsky actually has principles, unlike Ms. Clinton. Chomsky has been protesting our wars and imperialist endeavors for 5 decades now, publicly and consistently, where as Hillary has as much blood on her hands (Haiti, Honduras, the entire ME) as Pol Pot. Besides filling her bank account, she seems to be dedicated to nothing. She flip-flopped on every issue I can thinking, including the feminist shibboleth of reproductive rights. A big reason for her loss IMO.

    Yes…you are right. And Chomsky has been a nontrivial influence on the Alt Right….

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  • @polaco
    A spoiled brat isn't someone who built a fortune and has many times gotten himself up off of the canvas and went back into the fight stronger. And he's no sociopath, sociopaths are manipulative self serving criminal personality types like Hillary or Sanders. Trump's books, as confirmed by the polish traveler and comedian- Cejrowski, from decades ago show he's been as consistent in his views as in his preference for Slavic women. Even if ghost written, Trump would not have had them published with contents contrary to his beliefs. Trump is brash and talks straight, hardly a sociopath.

    I've always regarded Chomsky as a communist ideologue, a fake intellectual, not an anarchist. He wants a government in some form to boss people around. I pity the fool. When commies have seized power, they usually shot useful idiots and true believers like him, when they were no longer needed as propagandists and became disillusioned about the new system. I'm not sure he himself believes what he says, maybe he just wants to maintain the left wing guru aura to continue to promote himself.

    I didn't expect Trump to be able to do anything other than some cosmetic changes, like appointing a good judge. As if someone was able to take on the entrenched, deep and far reaching, decades old political and business relationships, the more than a dozen intelligence agencies, govt contractors, and all the bureaucracies at all levels underneath each department, that never change. At least he has good intentions, and would like to see the country prosper, unlike Bernie or Hillary who like some African dictators view government as a vehicle for personal enrichment. It would be naive to think he would succeed at anything, who would vote for his proposals ? The senators in the lobbyists' pockets ? It would take maybe five two term presidencies, five consecutive Trumps, each new one with more resolve than the one before to reverse the decline of America.
    Trump knows the wars the USA is engaged in do everyone no good, but that's the way it's been for decades, long before he came to power, and he can't change it for the reasons I've mentioned. He cannot antagonize everybody for one day he'll have to return to running his business and will have to deal with government officials, bureaucrats and business people of all political stripes. He is doing the best he can given the situation he found himself in.

    The working class white Americans have nobody to blame but themselves. Vermont- one of the whitest states has Sanders as a senator. At least Trump has provided many good construction jobs for them over the years, where even criminal, self serving labor unions took their cut. And don't join the military if you have a problem with being used as cannon fodder, it's not a good place for Christians these days, maybe it's never been after the revolutionary war. The white-hating Obama would have loved to give all the money used for wars as welfare benefits for the colored, to build government housing and schools for non-whites in white neighborhoods, but couldn't do anything either. The forces at play are no match for any elected top official.

    Palaco

    Trump has been bailed out over the years by Jared Kushner’s people.

    Trump is a sociopath who has no problem using the Native Born White American Working Class Teenage Male Population as cannon fodder for his precious Jewish only Israel…this of course makes him a traitor also.

    Working Class White Teenage Males don’t freely choose to be cannon fodder for the sociopath Donald Trump…they “freely choose” to be cannon fodder for Donald Trump while Donald Trump’s sons make mega-$$$$$ BIZNESS deals in the ME. Military Recruiting ads are specifically-intentionally designed to manipulate desperate Working Class Native Born White American Teenage Males…with teenager brains…..

    There has been an economic draft in place for decades.

    We dodged nuclear WW3 by a hair’s breath two weeks in Syria when US Special Forces wasted a Russian General…and two Russian Colonels. Yes, I’d say that Donald Trump is a god damn sociopath.

    There is something very creepy about Donald Trump and his relationship with his daughter Ivanka….very very creepy….

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    " There is something very creepy about DT and his relationship with his daughter"

    So you are suggesting/implying that he is molesting his daughter?

    There is something very "Creepy" about the psychotic, perverse blather, you are spreading throughout these forums. You are one sick individual.

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  • @Anonymous
    Chomsky. About 15 years ago when getting back into things, I read his Fateful Triangle and discovered his statement that he was a zionist. This is @ pages in the 30s or so.

    I retailed this at the time to considerable attention from the peaceniks around SF.

    In short, I claim to be the first to have outed him. I guess most folks do not read carefully, if at all of course.

    Chomsky has been an effective gate-keeper but that was then. Now the whole Israel thang is totally out of the bag , at least for the Left. The Right is split and Trump needs to keep the evangelicals who luv the jews. OK fine. That is jut the way it is.

    You are correct about C. not being a rabid type. HIs zionism, like the jewyorktimes' has been left-wing while Likud is right wing. The Long Range thinking of jews...Euphrates to the Nile kind of thing.

    Keep the liberals cooled out...that is Chomsky and others like the great journalist Robert Fisk, whom I also outed about the same time.

    Joe Webb

    You outed the “great journalist” Robery Fisk? As what? Links please.

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    read his articles.
    brit agent
    deceiver
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  • @utu
    I am looking at cui bono; I am looking at the pattern of destruction meted out to secular states in the ME; I am looking at Yinon Plan; and I am willing even to look at the Book off Esther.

    No other country in the West like USA, UK or France had really anything against Iran that was American and not Soviet client state against its growth and development.

    The chief point of Islamic revolution was to turn Iran into the enemy of the West. This was accomplished. The West did not benefit. Only Israel benefited because its enemy (real or imagined) became real enemy of its friends and benefactors.

    Have you any evidence of Israeli fear of Iran while the Shah still reined, was no longer yoing and vigorous and remained a client of the US? It seems unlikely.

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  • Odd, Chomsky claims that Paul Ryan is an example of an extremist republican.

    That pretty much disqualifies him as an expert on US politics. Ryan is basically a butt boy for Soros and the Democrats. He collaborates with whatever zany idea the Democrats dream up. He’s establishment as it gets.

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  • @Z-man
    Hope this mongrel fag Morelli gets death threats. At least have his Deli ransacked!!

    I need to admit, that was not how the actual conversation went with the deli manager. I was real angry when I placed that call. I didn’t make any threats. It’s something I refrain from doing.

    The chickensh#t shootings in Las Vegas, which have the hallmarks of a false-flag, really struck a nerve inside of me. I felt compelled to call the deli, and serve it with an equal ration of disrespect. But disrespect in the form of some truths, if that makes sense. I unloaded with some facts, which no doubt struck a nerve within them, and hopefully functioned as a wake-up call.

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    Hey wayfarer,

    I watched this youtube video you posted this morning....which showed excellent footage from multiple perspectives of machine gun fire coming from the fourth floor of Mandalay Bay.

    The poster seemed like a very honest, trying to figure out what happened, kind of guy.

    He really worked the footage to get very clear views, for everyone ,of the fourth floor machine gun fire.

    I see now that Youtube has pulled his video on the grounds that Youtube does not tolerate bullying and harassment.

    What ?

    He sure didn't seem like a bully to me..

    Did he seem like a bully to you ?

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  • @Anonymous
    Chomsky. About 15 years ago when getting back into things, I read his Fateful Triangle and discovered his statement that he was a zionist. This is @ pages in the 30s or so.

    I retailed this at the time to considerable attention from the peaceniks around SF.

    In short, I claim to be the first to have outed him. I guess most folks do not read carefully, if at all of course.

    Chomsky has been an effective gate-keeper but that was then. Now the whole Israel thang is totally out of the bag , at least for the Left. The Right is split and Trump needs to keep the evangelicals who luv the jews. OK fine. That is jut the way it is.

    You are correct about C. not being a rabid type. HIs zionism, like the jewyorktimes' has been left-wing while Likud is right wing. The Long Range thinking of jews...Euphrates to the Nile kind of thing.

    Keep the liberals cooled out...that is Chomsky and others like the great journalist Robert Fisk, whom I also outed about the same time.

    Joe Webb

    It was always known that he was a Zionist and that he spent time in Kibbutz and so on. But we were told that he had a different vision of Israel. And he blamed America for turning Israel into what it has become as American’s client state.

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  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Z-man
    You might be right about 'Jews come first' to him but I remembered him being less than a full bore Zionist as I checked and paste from Wiki; "As a result of his criticisms of Israel, Chomsky was barred from entering Israel in 2010."

    Chomsky. About 15 years ago when getting back into things, I read his Fateful Triangle and discovered his statement that he was a zionist. This is @ pages in the 30s or so.

    I retailed this at the time to considerable attention from the peaceniks around SF.

    In short, I claim to be the first to have outed him. I guess most folks do not read carefully, if at all of course.

    Chomsky has been an effective gate-keeper but that was then. Now the whole Israel thang is totally out of the bag , at least for the Left. The Right is split and Trump needs to keep the evangelicals who luv the jews. OK fine. That is jut the way it is.

    You are correct about C. not being a rabid type. HIs zionism, like the jewyorktimes’ has been left-wing while Likud is right wing. The Long Range thinking of jews…Euphrates to the Nile kind of thing.

    Keep the liberals cooled out…that is Chomsky and others like the great journalist Robert Fisk, whom I also outed about the same time.

    Joe Webb

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    • Replies: @utu
    It was always known that he was a Zionist and that he spent time in Kibbutz and so on. But we were told that he had a different vision of Israel. And he blamed America for turning Israel into what it has become as American's client state.
    , @Wizard of Oz
    You outed the "great journalist" Robery Fisk? As what? Links please.
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  • @War for Blair Mountain
    Oh shut the fuck up will you please...Dane22 is making a general educated observation that is evidentially quite reasonable..

    Some people just can’t get over the public beating that Noam administered to BF Skinner.....get over it!!!

    Some people just can’t get over the public beating that Noam administered to BF Skinner

    BF Skinner, LOL. What an astounding achievement, showing the bloody fool Skinner to be a BF.

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  • @Dane22
    While I revile Chomsky's politics, he is largely responsible for advancing the (correct) theory that there is a biologically innate language function of the human brain (say, as opposed to the ape brain).

    This truth is directly related to other anti-blank slate theories of the brain, and thus to Right Wing politics.

    The opposing theories are essentially blank slate theories.

    Saying that no one takes Chomsky seriously anymore is ridiculous.

    The broader language community does not fully accept the (theoretically isolated) blank slate theories. A synthesis of the opposing theories is the consensus. If no one took Chomsky seriously anymore, then the blank slate theories would be accepted in isolation from biological determinism.

    Of course, I am speaking in regard to the broader linguistics community, as well as the (more serious) neurobiology community, outside of any selected idiosyncratic ultra-liberal linguistics departments who may be prone to declaring their "accepted truth of serious linguists" as such (a tired pattern for ultra-liberal cells).

    Chomsky's essential theory is undeniably correct; with an emphasis on "undeniable" as demonstrated by the liberal academics who would like nothing better but to accept the blank slate theories in isolation of Chomsky but cannot, except on the fringe, due to the evidence.

    he is largely responsible for advancing the (correct) theory that there is a biologically innate language function of the human brain

    Wow. Who’d have thunk it.

    Still, cats and dogs, rats or monkeys don’t talk even when they’re brought up with people, which sort of does suggest that humans are, you know, like, genetically different in their linguistic capacity.

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  • @Wizard of Oz
    One gem: thank you. That link to the BBC article is fascinating. But, if I haven't missed something I can't see that we are left with any Israel/Palestine connection or explanation or any UK skulduggery.

    You just have to recognise that the US saw itself as having been suckered by Khomeini and unexpectedly subjected to aggressive hostility right down to the hostage crisis beginning only 9 months after the US was given reason to think it could do business with Khomeini.

    So.... just filling in some blanks without much specific knowledge.... does it not become less surprising that Iraq received encouragement to make war against Iran? And it didn't have to be Zionists who took the view that the longer they fought and the more damage they did to each other the better, taking an amoral realpolitische view.

    I am looking at cui bono; I am looking at the pattern of destruction meted out to secular states in the ME; I am looking at Yinon Plan; and I am willing even to look at the Book off Esther.

    No other country in the West like USA, UK or France had really anything against Iran that was American and not Soviet client state against its growth and development.

    The chief point of Islamic revolution was to turn Iran into the enemy of the West. This was accomplished. The West did not benefit. Only Israel benefited because its enemy (real or imagined) became real enemy of its friends and benefactors.

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    Have you any evidence of Israeli fear of Iran while the Shah still reined, was no longer yoing and vigorous and remained a client of the US? It seems unlikely.
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  • @War for Blair Mountain
    Yes...but Noam’s critique of Trump is way more principled than the old farting hairy Lesbian who lost to Trump on Nov 8 2016.....give the Old Jewish Anarchist his due...

    Trump is most definitely a spoiled brat sociopath....and his MAGA!!! jobs program consists of using Working Class Native Born White Teenage Christian Males as cannon fodder for Donald’s precious Jewish only Israel...


    Interesting...Chomsky was very much influenced by Pierce...as was Bertrand Russell....I drove past Pierce’s home in Port Jervis in August...down the the road from Tom Quick’s restaurant...that TOM QUICK....and it’s my favorite poem....No White Racial Guilt here....

    The difference is that Chomsky actually has principles, unlike Ms. Clinton. Chomsky has been protesting our wars and imperialist endeavors for 5 decades now, publicly and consistently, where as Hillary has as much blood on her hands (Haiti, Honduras, the entire ME) as Pol Pot. Besides filling her bank account, she seems to be dedicated to nothing. She flip-flopped on every issue I can thinking, including the feminist shibboleth of reproductive rights. A big reason for her loss IMO.

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    Yes...you are right. And Chomsky has been a nontrivial influence on the Alt Right....
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  • @utu

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British–Ruhollah_Khomeini_conspiracy_theory
    A number of observers, including the Shah, have written of rumours and allegations that the government of the United Kingdom has secretly supported "mullahs" (Shia clerics) in recent Iranian history, and in particular the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in his successful overthrow of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi in the Iranian Revolution of 1979. It is alleged that the 1979 Iranian revolution is a Western response to the Pahlavi's White revolution which was intended to bring benefits to Iran and its people, but was unfavorable to the landlords, clergy and the United States and UK that feared that Iran will become independent, thus hampering their further involvement.
     
    Claims by Mohammad Reza Pahlavi

    "If you lift up Khomeini's beard, you will find MADE IN ENGLAND written under his chin,"

    "I did not know it then – perhaps I did not want to know – but it is clear to me now that the Americans wanted me out. Clearly this is what the human rights advocates in the State Department wanted … What was I to make of the Administration's sudden decision to call former Under Secretary of State George Ball to the White House as an adviser on Iran? … Ball was among those Americans who wanted to abandon me and ultimately my country."
     

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-36431160
    On 27 January, 1979, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini - founder of Iran's Islamic Republic, the man who called the United States "the Great Satan" - sent a secret message to Washington.
    From his home in exile outside Paris, the defiant leader of the Iranian revolution effectively offered the Carter administration a deal: Iranian military leaders listen to you, he said, but the Iranian people follow my orders.

    But the documents reveal that Khomeini was far more engaged with the US than either government has ever admitted. Far from defying America, the ayatollah courted the Carter administration, sending quiet signals that he wanted a dialogue and then portraying a potential Islamic Republic as amenable to US interests.

    One should keep in mind that weaponized Islamist were being used in Afghanistan at that time against secular government to provoke Soviet invasion. The recently shown picture to Trump of Afghani women in mini skirts was from this period.
     

    One gem: thank you. That link to the BBC article is fascinating. But, if I haven’t missed something I can’t see that we are left with any Israel/Palestine connection or explanation or any UK skulduggery.

    You just have to recognise that the US saw itself as having been suckered by Khomeini and unexpectedly subjected to aggressive hostility right down to the hostage crisis beginning only 9 months after the US was given reason to think it could do business with Khomeini.

    So…. just filling in some blanks without much specific knowledge…. does it not become less surprising that Iraq received encouragement to make war against Iran? And it didn’t have to be Zionists who took the view that the longer they fought and the more damage they did to each other the better, taking an amoral realpolitische view.

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    I am looking at cui bono; I am looking at the pattern of destruction meted out to secular states in the ME; I am looking at Yinon Plan; and I am willing even to look at the Book off Esther.

    No other country in the West like USA, UK or France had really anything against Iran that was American and not Soviet client state against its growth and development.

    The chief point of Islamic revolution was to turn Iran into the enemy of the West. This was accomplished. The West did not benefit. Only Israel benefited because its enemy (real or imagined) became real enemy of its friends and benefactors.
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  • @War for Blair Mountain
    Yes...but Noam’s critique of Trump is way more principled than the old farting hairy Lesbian who lost to Trump on Nov 8 2016.....give the Old Jewish Anarchist his due...

    Trump is most definitely a spoiled brat sociopath....and his MAGA!!! jobs program consists of using Working Class Native Born White Teenage Christian Males as cannon fodder for Donald’s precious Jewish only Israel...


    Interesting...Chomsky was very much influenced by Pierce...as was Bertrand Russell....I drove past Pierce’s home in Port Jervis in August...down the the road from Tom Quick’s restaurant...that TOM QUICK....and it’s my favorite poem....No White Racial Guilt here....

    A spoiled brat isn’t someone who built a fortune and has many times gotten himself up off of the canvas and went back into the fight stronger. And he’s no sociopath, sociopaths are manipulative self serving criminal personality types like Hillary or Sanders. Trump’s books, as confirmed by the polish traveler and comedian- Cejrowski, from decades ago show he’s been as consistent in his views as in his preference for Slavic women. Even if ghost written, Trump would not have had them published with contents contrary to his beliefs. Trump is brash and talks straight, hardly a sociopath.

    I’ve always regarded Chomsky as a communist ideologue, a fake intellectual, not an anarchist. He wants a government in some form to boss people around. I pity the fool. When commies have seized power, they usually shot useful idiots and true believers like him, when they were no longer needed as propagandists and became disillusioned about the new system. I’m not sure he himself believes what he says, maybe he just wants to maintain the left wing guru aura to continue to promote himself.

    I didn’t expect Trump to be able to do anything other than some cosmetic changes, like appointing a good judge. As if someone was able to take on the entrenched, deep and far reaching, decades old political and business relationships, the more than a dozen intelligence agencies, govt contractors, and all the bureaucracies at all levels underneath each department, that never change. At least he has good intentions, and would like to see the country prosper, unlike Bernie or Hillary who like some African dictators view government as a vehicle for personal enrichment. It would be naive to think he would succeed at anything, who would vote for his proposals ? The senators in the lobbyists’ pockets ? It would take maybe five two term presidencies, five consecutive Trumps, each new one with more resolve than the one before to reverse the decline of America.
    Trump knows the wars the USA is engaged in do everyone no good, but that’s the way it’s been for decades, long before he came to power, and he can’t change it for the reasons I’ve mentioned. He cannot antagonize everybody for one day he’ll have to return to running his business and will have to deal with government officials, bureaucrats and business people of all political stripes. He is doing the best he can given the situation he found himself in.

    The working class white Americans have nobody to blame but themselves. Vermont- one of the whitest states has Sanders as a senator. At least Trump has provided many good construction jobs for them over the years, where even criminal, self serving labor unions took their cut. And don’t join the military if you have a problem with being used as cannon fodder, it’s not a good place for Christians these days, maybe it’s never been after the revolutionary war. The white-hating Obama would have loved to give all the money used for wars as welfare benefits for the colored, to build government housing and schools for non-whites in white neighborhoods, but couldn’t do anything either. The forces at play are no match for any elected top official.

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    Palaco

    Trump has been bailed out over the years by Jared Kushner’s people.

    Trump is a sociopath who has no problem using the Native Born White American Working Class Teenage Male Population as cannon fodder for his precious Jewish only Israel...this of course makes him a traitor also.

    Working Class White Teenage Males don’t freely choose to be cannon fodder for the sociopath Donald Trump...they “freely choose” to be cannon fodder for Donald Trump while Donald Trump’s sons make mega-$$$$$ BIZNESS deals in the ME. Military Recruiting ads are specifically-intentionally designed to manipulate desperate Working Class Native Born White American Teenage Males...with teenager brains.....

    There has been an economic draft in place for decades.


    We dodged nuclear WW3 by a hair’s breath two weeks in Syria when US Special Forces wasted a Russian General...and two Russian Colonels. Yes, I’d say that Donald Trump is a god damn sociopath.


    There is something very creepy about Donald Trump and his relationship with his daughter Ivanka....very very creepy....
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  • @alexander
    I agree with you ,Utu

    Chomsky misses the mark on Iran completely (perhaps deliberately so)

    I think the antagonism towards Iran, emanating from Washington today, stems from Iran's overwhelming support for the Palestinian cause, and its contempt for what it refers to as the "Zionist Entity" ....or what we refer to as "Israel".

    Iran forms the last and most powerful"link" in the chain of "Shia Crescent nations" that were all unanimously supportive of Palestine and the rights of Palestinians over the rights of Israel.
    Iran was dismissive (as were the rest), to the point of contempt, of the legitimacy of the State of Israel .

    None of the "Shia Crescent Nations " recognized Israel, most especially Iraq.

    Chomsky knows this...as sure as he knows the sky is blue.
    How interesting he refused to mention it.

    Nearly all the other Muslim nations ,profoundly supportive of the Palestinian cause, including Libya, ,have been decimated by US military might (in one way or another)over the last 16 years.

    Not one of these nations ever attacked the United States on 9-11, yet they have all been "destroyed".

    A very interesting "mission creep" wouldn't you say.?

    For some reason, Chomsky refuses to mention this too .

    Iran is the last nation standing ,which forms the "Shia Crescent"...it is also the wealthiest, the richest in oil and natural gas, and the most powerful.

    Nearly all the other Muslim nations ,profoundly supportive of the Palestinian cause, including Libya, ,have been decimated by US military might (in one way or another)over the last 16 years.

    In particular the biggest threat from the point of view of Israel is secularism. They fight it with weaponized fundamental islamist who are being nourished and created by the US and Israel since day one. Muslim Brotherhood was the first to be deployed against Nasser’s Egypt in 1950s but was defeated and was parked and regrouped in Saudi Arabia.

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  • @War for Blair Mountain
    Your full of shit...seriously.


    Minimalist Syntax may turn out to be wrong...but it will be wrong for deep-nontrivial reasons...and something will be learned. The Minimalist Syntax Research Program isn’t going to fade away anytime soon, for it is academically entrenched in Universities in the US and around the World. There is a lot of serious discussion about the Minimalist Syntax Program on Reddit and Quora...pros and cons...

    You made a grammatical error in your first sentence and I’m supposed to take your opinion on linguistics seriously after that?

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  • IMHO NOAM CHOMSKY should just STFU and go back to linguistics. His monotone drone make me wanna throw up AND I’ve heard people speak like this IRL as if they are the most intelligent person in the room and to just speak to anyone is beneath them.

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  • @Wizard of Oz
    You say "no proof" but have you any evidence at all?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British–Ruhollah_Khomeini_conspiracy_theory
    A number of observers, including the Shah, have written of rumours and allegations that the government of the United Kingdom has secretly supported “mullahs” (Shia clerics) in recent Iranian history, and in particular the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in his successful overthrow of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi in the Iranian Revolution of 1979. It is alleged that the 1979 Iranian revolution is a Western response to the Pahlavi’s White revolution which was intended to bring benefits to Iran and its people, but was unfavorable to the landlords, clergy and the United States and UK that feared that Iran will become independent, thus hampering their further involvement.

    Claims by Mohammad Reza Pahlavi

    “If you lift up Khomeini’s beard, you will find MADE IN ENGLAND written under his chin,”

    “I did not know it then – perhaps I did not want to know – but it is clear to me now that the Americans wanted me out. Clearly this is what the human rights advocates in the State Department wanted … What was I to make of the Administration’s sudden decision to call former Under Secretary of State George Ball to the White House as an adviser on Iran? … Ball was among those Americans who wanted to abandon me and ultimately my country.”

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-36431160
    On 27 January, 1979, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini – founder of Iran’s Islamic Republic, the man who called the United States “the Great Satan” – sent a secret message to Washington.
    From his home in exile outside Paris, the defiant leader of the Iranian revolution effectively offered the Carter administration a deal: Iranian military leaders listen to you, he said, but the Iranian people follow my orders.

    But the documents reveal that Khomeini was far more engaged with the US than either government has ever admitted. Far from defying America, the ayatollah courted the Carter administration, sending quiet signals that he wanted a dialogue and then portraying a potential Islamic Republic as amenable to US interests.

    One should keep in mind that weaponized Islamist were being used in Afghanistan at that time against secular government to provoke Soviet invasion. The recently shown picture to Trump of Afghani women in mini skirts was from this period.

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    One gem: thank you. That link to the BBC article is fascinating. But, if I haven't missed something I can't see that we are left with any Israel/Palestine connection or explanation or any UK skulduggery.

    You just have to recognise that the US saw itself as having been suckered by Khomeini and unexpectedly subjected to aggressive hostility right down to the hostage crisis beginning only 9 months after the US was given reason to think it could do business with Khomeini.

    So.... just filling in some blanks without much specific knowledge.... does it not become less surprising that Iraq received encouragement to make war against Iran? And it didn't have to be Zionists who took the view that the longer they fought and the more damage they did to each other the better, taking an amoral realpolitische view.
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  • @Wally
    You mean the unelected EU Parliament, the neo-Marxist state that is crumbling?

    Mapping Europe's Secessionist Movements
    http://www.zerohedge.com/sites/default/files/images/user3303/imageroot/2017/05/14/20170516_secession.jpg

    No he doesn’t.

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    You're babbling again.

    No "he doesn't" what?
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  • @Wally
    You mean the unelected EU Parliament, the neo-Marxist state that is crumbling?

    Mapping Europe's Secessionist Movements
    http://www.zerohedge.com/sites/default/files/images/user3303/imageroot/2017/05/14/20170516_secession.jpg

    How is the EU parliament “unelected”?

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    There is no vote allowed by all of the European citizens.
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    Search on YouTube . ‘ Trump Is A Zionist Shill ‘

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  • @Michael Kenny
    I wondered how far down I'd have to go before I'd come to the ritualistic attack on the EU and the ritualistic defence of Putin. For Porfessor Chomsky's information, the European Commission does have any decision-making power. It merely implements decisions of the Council, which is the elected governments of the sovereign Member States.

    You mean the unelected EU Parliament, the neo-Marxist state that is crumbling?

    Mapping Europe’s Secessionist Movements

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    How is the EU parliament "unelected"?
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    No he doesn't.
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  • @utu
    But there is more to it than that. Iran cannot be forgiven for overthrowing the dictator installed by Washington in a military coup in 1953

    This is interesting that Chomsky attributes the long term memory as the irrational motive explaining the attitude and actions of the US with respect to Iran. Countries act because they can't forgive something what happened 60 years ago is clearly a sign of irrational behavior. Would it be OK to bring up the Book of Esther and use it as a factor in Jewish and Israel obsession with Iran? Are Jews and Israel motivated by what happened 2500 years ago? To answer this the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran needs to be revisited. It is possible that it was the first successful use of weaponized Islamic fundamentalist against a secular state in the Middle East? It happened few years before the Yinon Plan became publicly known but it could have peen a part of it. Iran was on very friendly terms with the US and Israel? The only way to turn it into the enemy was to give it to Islamic fundamentalists and turn it into the pariah state that could be vilified to no end. And most importantly it was hoped that industrialization and modernization under the Shah would be stopped. It is better to have weak and hostile Iran than friendly but strong. I know, we do not have a proof that Israel was behind the Islamic Revolution in Iran.

    You say “no proof” but have you any evidence at all?

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British–Ruhollah_Khomeini_conspiracy_theory
    A number of observers, including the Shah, have written of rumours and allegations that the government of the United Kingdom has secretly supported "mullahs" (Shia clerics) in recent Iranian history, and in particular the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in his successful overthrow of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi in the Iranian Revolution of 1979. It is alleged that the 1979 Iranian revolution is a Western response to the Pahlavi's White revolution which was intended to bring benefits to Iran and its people, but was unfavorable to the landlords, clergy and the United States and UK that feared that Iran will become independent, thus hampering their further involvement.
     
    Claims by Mohammad Reza Pahlavi

    "If you lift up Khomeini's beard, you will find MADE IN ENGLAND written under his chin,"

    "I did not know it then – perhaps I did not want to know – but it is clear to me now that the Americans wanted me out. Clearly this is what the human rights advocates in the State Department wanted … What was I to make of the Administration's sudden decision to call former Under Secretary of State George Ball to the White House as an adviser on Iran? … Ball was among those Americans who wanted to abandon me and ultimately my country."
     

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-36431160
    On 27 January, 1979, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini - founder of Iran's Islamic Republic, the man who called the United States "the Great Satan" - sent a secret message to Washington.
    From his home in exile outside Paris, the defiant leader of the Iranian revolution effectively offered the Carter administration a deal: Iranian military leaders listen to you, he said, but the Iranian people follow my orders.

    But the documents reveal that Khomeini was far more engaged with the US than either government has ever admitted. Far from defying America, the ayatollah courted the Carter administration, sending quiet signals that he wanted a dialogue and then portraying a potential Islamic Republic as amenable to US interests.

    One should keep in mind that weaponized Islamist were being used in Afghanistan at that time against secular government to provoke Soviet invasion. The recently shown picture to Trump of Afghani women in mini skirts was from this period.
     
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  • @War for Blair Mountain
    Noam Chomsky has written that the Clinton Administration was anti-Immigrant because the Clinton administration militarized the border..that is to say, the Clinton Administration did a minimal amount of border security so as not to provoke a revolt that would have taken place if the Clinton administration implemented Chomsky’s open borders immigration policy...


    So take your pick:1)Noam Chomsky is clinically insane....or...2)
    Noam Chomsky has violent hatred of the Native Born White American Christian Working Class.


    Noam does not support the right of return for Palestinians...But Noam does suppport the demographic extermination of The Historic Native Born White Christian American Working Class...as does his fat ugly pig daughter Aviva.


    Noam Chomsky was an enthusiast for Scottish Nationalism and secession because it would allow the Sihks...Hindus....Pakistani Muslims to vote the Native Scots into a racial minority within the borders of Scotland....Same reason why Noam supports Catalonia secession.


    Noam Chomsky is not the least bit demographically neutral....He has a very nasty demographic agenda:Demographically exterminate the Native Born White American Christian Population+
    demographically exterminate the Native European Population of Europa...

    Chomsky also supports strict Israeli immigration laws which specify JEWS ONLY, while he demands massive 3rd world immigration into the US & Europe.

    He just another double-speaking, highly over rated (aren’t they all), crude Zionist hack.

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  • @yeah
    Chomsky was one of the senior gatekeepers - perhaps the gatekeeper-in-chief on the left side - for the establishment for a long, long time. His speciality is to criticize the establishment in harsh and often persuasive terms, but taking care never to hit where it can have meaningful effect. He builds up strong anti-establishment briefs but then slips in some very potent arguments that the powers that be want to be slipped into public minds.

    In this interview-talk he is not really at his best, resorting to run of the mill innuendos and ad hominem attacks on Trump. It doesn't take much to rip this piece apart, but here are some examples:

    "At one level, Trump’s antics ensure that attention is focused on him, and it makes little difference how". Note the massive ad hominem attack carried in but one word, namely, "antics". Then note "ensure that attention is focused on him". That completely turns over on its head the truth that the media have saturated us with "Trump this" and "Trump that" propaganda. The victim gets painted as the perpetrator by this ploy. Clever, but Chomsky has been cleverer and more subtle in the past.

    "The accusation that Obama had wiretapped Trump Tower". "Accusation" or "conceded and acknowledged" point? Somebody else (c matt, thank you) already caught out this one.

    "Out of the spotlight, the most savage fringe of the Republican Party is carefully advancing policies designed to enrich their true constituency". Sorry, Noam, you don't expect us to swallow that marble. The truth is that both out of and in the spotlight all that the Republican Party has been doing is to somehow collar Trump - with an obstinacy and perseverance rarely seen before.

    There are at least five more instances where Chomsky's weasel tricks show through, but let us move on. Isn't it amazing how Chomsky, who built his reputation on an anti-war platform, never notices Trump's original pro-peace, anti-intervention stance? Not a word on that from Chomsky. If there is a key to understanding Trump and his Presidency it is simply this: what (forces and people) caused a complete abandonment of Trump's election-time promises on matters of war and peace? It is the job of the gatekeeper to deflect questions such as this before they have gained momentum. That is Chomsky for you!

    Trump’s election-time promises on matters of war and peace? It is the job of the gatekeeper to deflect questions such as this before they have gained momentum. That is Chomsky for you!

    he pretends like two jets can make three buildings disintegrate

    he’s a shill and a liar for the regime

    I didn’t waste my time reading his bullshit

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  • Ah Chomsky, the og big brain niBBa

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  • Whenever someone criticizes a politician who is even remotely “your guy” (we don’t get to be too choosy), look for who the someone offers as an alternative. If he offers none, fill in the most likely alternative. As Somebody points out, in Trump’s case, that alternative is Hillary.

    “Here, don’t eat that dirt sandwich, have this tasty shit sandwich instead.”

    No thanks, I’ll stick with my dirt sandwich.

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  • @utu
    But there is more to it than that. Iran cannot be forgiven for overthrowing the dictator installed by Washington in a military coup in 1953

    This is interesting that Chomsky attributes the long term memory as the irrational motive explaining the attitude and actions of the US with respect to Iran. Countries act because they can't forgive something what happened 60 years ago is clearly a sign of irrational behavior. Would it be OK to bring up the Book of Esther and use it as a factor in Jewish and Israel obsession with Iran? Are Jews and Israel motivated by what happened 2500 years ago? To answer this the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran needs to be revisited. It is possible that it was the first successful use of weaponized Islamic fundamentalist against a secular state in the Middle East? It happened few years before the Yinon Plan became publicly known but it could have peen a part of it. Iran was on very friendly terms with the US and Israel? The only way to turn it into the enemy was to give it to Islamic fundamentalists and turn it into the pariah state that could be vilified to no end. And most importantly it was hoped that industrialization and modernization under the Shah would be stopped. It is better to have weak and hostile Iran than friendly but strong. I know, we do not have a proof that Israel was behind the Islamic Revolution in Iran.

    I agree with you ,Utu

    Chomsky misses the mark on Iran completely (perhaps deliberately so)

    I think the antagonism towards Iran, emanating from Washington today, stems from Iran’s overwhelming support for the Palestinian cause, and its contempt for what it refers to as the “Zionist Entity” ….or what we refer to as “Israel”.

    Iran forms the last and most powerful”link” in the chain of “Shia Crescent nations” that were all unanimously supportive of Palestine and the rights of Palestinians over the rights of Israel.
    Iran was dismissive (as were the rest), to the point of contempt, of the legitimacy of the State of Israel .

    None of the “Shia Crescent Nations ” recognized Israel, most especially Iraq.

    Chomsky knows this…as sure as he knows the sky is blue.
    How interesting he refused to mention it.

    Nearly all the other Muslim nations ,profoundly supportive of the Palestinian cause, including Libya, ,have been decimated by US military might (in one way or another)over the last 16 years.

    Not one of these nations ever attacked the United States on 9-11, yet they have all been “destroyed”.

    A very interesting “mission creep” wouldn’t you say.?

    For some reason, Chomsky refuses to mention this too .

    Iran is the last nation standing ,which forms the “Shia Crescent”…it is also the wealthiest, the richest in oil and natural gas, and the most powerful.

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    Nearly all the other Muslim nations ,profoundly supportive of the Palestinian cause, including Libya, ,have been decimated by US military might (in one way or another)over the last 16 years.

    In particular the biggest threat from the point of view of Israel is secularism. They fight it with weaponized fundamental islamist who are being nourished and created by the US and Israel since day one. Muslim Brotherhood was the first to be deployed against Nasser's Egypt in 1950s but was defeated and was parked and regrouped in Saudi Arabia.
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  • @Somebody
    Chomsky literally talks like a triggered woman. Trump has been proving to be shit, but the way this Jew put it is just laughable.
    He smears and uses buzzwords in his whole speech, he's a media man faking as something better.
    But yes, the NWO hardly got hit with Trump, but any other Republican would be worse, as everything and more would be happening (just imagine the disaster of a ¡Jeb! presidency) or with the lunatic Clinton and the Bolshevik Jew Sanders (oops, a pleonasm).

    Tell me the solution, anyone. It would be easy in a normal scenario, where the "Leftist" lies, ideology and modus operandi would make it self destruct with time and generations, but we have externalities, say Globalist ones, that keep feeding the beast with infinite funding, fresh adherents (illegals and other non-whites, a constant influx), legislation that censors opposition (they buy the politicians, that's the whole point of Democracy, to be able to buy puppets), financial boycott in general, public death and outright assassination.

    This is not an ideological war, this is not a public political discourse and debate. This is a war, they want to destroy society, they want to destroy those that don't need the government because those that need are their pawns, dependent slaves.

    If everything goes down though, something that they didn't predict in the past will hunt them: China.
    They though that by controling the West, the other countries would be nothing. But if they destroy the West, they will be in turn destroyed by China.
    I think they know that, but because they're old and insane, and because their religion demands (just like there are Atheist Cultural Christians, like RD said) and their race too, they'll keep with their all or nothing plan, betting the world.

    Chomsky is a charlatan.

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  • Remember folks; the MotU are 35% Jewish, and Zionism is the order of the day in the USA, but these things have nothing to do with each other.

    Somebody: Somebody here (a different somebody, not you :) ) recently referred to how Chomsky turned into a screeching autist in his piece responding to Mearsheimer and Walt. That intrigued me, so I hunted it down and read it. I didn’t see any autistic screeching, but I did see a lot of mediocre writing and shitty logic.

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  • Chomsky was one of the senior gatekeepers – perhaps the gatekeeper-in-chief on the left side – for the establishment for a long, long time. His speciality is to criticize the establishment in harsh and often persuasive terms, but taking care never to hit where it can have meaningful effect. He builds up strong anti-establishment briefs but then slips in some very potent arguments that the powers that be want to be slipped into public minds.

    In this interview-talk he is not really at his best, resorting to run of the mill innuendos and ad hominem attacks on Trump. It doesn’t take much to rip this piece apart, but here are some examples:

    “At one level, Trump’s antics ensure that attention is focused on him, and it makes little difference how”. Note the massive ad hominem attack carried in but one word, namely, “antics”. Then note “ensure that attention is focused on him”. That completely turns over on its head the truth that the media have saturated us with “Trump this” and “Trump that” propaganda. The victim gets painted as the perpetrator by this ploy. Clever, but Chomsky has been cleverer and more subtle in the past.

    “The accusation that Obama had wiretapped Trump Tower”. “Accusation” or “conceded and acknowledged” point? Somebody else (c matt, thank you) already caught out this one.

    “Out of the spotlight, the most savage fringe of the Republican Party is carefully advancing policies designed to enrich their true constituency”. Sorry, Noam, you don’t expect us to swallow that marble. The truth is that both out of and in the spotlight all that the Republican Party has been doing is to somehow collar Trump – with an obstinacy and perseverance rarely seen before.

    There are at least five more instances where Chomsky’s weasel tricks show through, but let us move on. Isn’t it amazing how Chomsky, who built his reputation on an anti-war platform, never notices Trump’s original pro-peace, anti-intervention stance? Not a word on that from Chomsky. If there is a key to understanding Trump and his Presidency it is simply this: what (forces and people) caused a complete abandonment of Trump’s election-time promises on matters of war and peace? It is the job of the gatekeeper to deflect questions such as this before they have gained momentum. That is Chomsky for you!

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    Trump’s election-time promises on matters of war and peace? It is the job of the gatekeeper to deflect questions such as this before they have gained momentum. That is Chomsky for you!
     
    he pretends like two jets can make three buildings disintegrate

    he's a shill and a liar for the regime

    I didn't waste my time reading his bullshit
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  • @Z-man
    Hope this mongrel fag Morelli gets death threats. At least have his Deli ransacked!!

    I called the deli restaurant, inquiring about their “community outreach” du jour? Sadly, the gentleman who answered the phone, wasn’t too pleased by this question. I got the impression that I wasn’t the only person today asking about the deli’s “community outreach” du jour.

    Anyway, we had a colorful exchange of words along the line of conflicting points-of-view. He offered me a complementary blue-pill, mentioning something to the effect that the first one would be free. I politely passed on the offer, stating that I was in fact a red-pill aficionado

    I offered him a recent update on the Mandalay Resort and Casino, Las Vegas shootings. Hoping to inform him that there’s now evidence of another shooter on the fourth floor, as well as the thirty-second floor. Something the MSM with their “official story” isn’t reporting on. But he wasn’t buying anything except the “official story.”

    I tried to expand his mind with a few of my own false-flag theories, including some 9/11 truth and even the possibility that scopolamine may have been employed at the Mandalay that fateful evening. But unfortunately at this point I sensed he was becoming a bit unglued, so I wished him happy trails, a beautiful day, and said adios.

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    Excellent post. I wasn't there, but I have had feds try to rope me into sting operations several times. If somebody promises easy money by setting you up in the drugs or weapons business, just say no. And run. What they really want is evidence that can be used for blackmail, or in the worst case your carcass at a crime scene.
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  • Before I actually read this, let me say that I love having a single site where I can read Chomsky, Buchanan, Sailer, and Giraldi, without wading through the screeds of SJW and neocons.

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  • Or the accusation that Obama had wiretapped Trump Tower?

    Accusation? Why does anyone still listen to the Gnome?

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  • Chompsky is beneficiary of tribe,as for IQ and perception, and.I would guessing mine tto be much higher, but i would guess that Chompsky, when, tested when younger, would be luckly to making 110, perhaps 120, if that.

    Still he is having a very privileged position, partly from simply being Jewish..

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  • @polaco
    And Trump's victory was Grand, Chomsky's pipe dreams notwithstanding. He won the popular vote in every state except California, where voting fraud is highly likely. Sanders was cheated out of his primary victory there by Clinton. When linguist Daniel Everett challenged Chomsky's universal grammar theories, when he had found a tribe called Piraha in the Amazon that only knew and used the present tense, the pathetic Chomsky and his acolytes used their full influence in academia and politics, enlisting even the help of the Brazilian government to fight and suppress his findings.

    Yes…but Noam’s critique of Trump is way more principled than the old farting hairy Lesbian who lost to Trump on Nov 8 2016…..give the Old Jewish Anarchist his due…

    Trump is most definitely a spoiled brat sociopath….and his MAGA!!! jobs program consists of using Working Class Native Born White Teenage Christian Males as cannon fodder for Donald’s precious Jewish only Israel…

    Interesting…Chomsky was very much influenced by Pierce…as was Bertrand Russell….I drove past Pierce’s home in Port Jervis in August…down the the road from Tom Quick’s restaurant…that TOM QUICK….and it’s my favorite poem….No White Racial Guilt here….

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    A spoiled brat isn't someone who built a fortune and has many times gotten himself up off of the canvas and went back into the fight stronger. And he's no sociopath, sociopaths are manipulative self serving criminal personality types like Hillary or Sanders. Trump's books, as confirmed by the polish traveler and comedian- Cejrowski, from decades ago show he's been as consistent in his views as in his preference for Slavic women. Even if ghost written, Trump would not have had them published with contents contrary to his beliefs. Trump is brash and talks straight, hardly a sociopath.

    I've always regarded Chomsky as a communist ideologue, a fake intellectual, not an anarchist. He wants a government in some form to boss people around. I pity the fool. When commies have seized power, they usually shot useful idiots and true believers like him, when they were no longer needed as propagandists and became disillusioned about the new system. I'm not sure he himself believes what he says, maybe he just wants to maintain the left wing guru aura to continue to promote himself.

    I didn't expect Trump to be able to do anything other than some cosmetic changes, like appointing a good judge. As if someone was able to take on the entrenched, deep and far reaching, decades old political and business relationships, the more than a dozen intelligence agencies, govt contractors, and all the bureaucracies at all levels underneath each department, that never change. At least he has good intentions, and would like to see the country prosper, unlike Bernie or Hillary who like some African dictators view government as a vehicle for personal enrichment. It would be naive to think he would succeed at anything, who would vote for his proposals ? The senators in the lobbyists' pockets ? It would take maybe five two term presidencies, five consecutive Trumps, each new one with more resolve than the one before to reverse the decline of America.
    Trump knows the wars the USA is engaged in do everyone no good, but that's the way it's been for decades, long before he came to power, and he can't change it for the reasons I've mentioned. He cannot antagonize everybody for one day he'll have to return to running his business and will have to deal with government officials, bureaucrats and business people of all political stripes. He is doing the best he can given the situation he found himself in.

    The working class white Americans have nobody to blame but themselves. Vermont- one of the whitest states has Sanders as a senator. At least Trump has provided many good construction jobs for them over the years, where even criminal, self serving labor unions took their cut. And don't join the military if you have a problem with being used as cannon fodder, it's not a good place for Christians these days, maybe it's never been after the revolutionary war. The white-hating Obama would have loved to give all the money used for wars as welfare benefits for the colored, to build government housing and schools for non-whites in white neighborhoods, but couldn't do anything either. The forces at play are no match for any elected top official.
    , @Sane Left Libertarian
    The difference is that Chomsky actually has principles, unlike Ms. Clinton. Chomsky has been protesting our wars and imperialist endeavors for 5 decades now, publicly and consistently, where as Hillary has as much blood on her hands (Haiti, Honduras, the entire ME) as Pol Pot. Besides filling her bank account, she seems to be dedicated to nothing. She flip-flopped on every issue I can thinking, including the feminist shibboleth of reproductive rights. A big reason for her loss IMO.
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  • @wayfarer
    An example of contemporary America's self-serving-left neo-political-dissident.

    Greg Morelli owns “Max’s Jewish Deli” in Highland Park, Illinois.

    He had something to say concerning the recent mass murder in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Morelli said: “Soon as I heard it was country music, I felt relief. White people shooting white people isn’t terror, it’s community outreach.”

    Ironically, he operates his small business in an affluent community that's composed of 91% white Americans, and where the median income for families is about $117,235 per year.

    source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anarcho-syndicalism
    source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_dissent
    source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Highland_Park,_Illinois
    source: https://www.infowars.com/deli-owner-glad-a-white-man-shot-white-people-not-terror-but-community-outreach/

    Hope this mongrel fag Morelli gets death threats. At least have his Deli ransacked!!

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    I called the deli restaurant, inquiring about their “community outreach” du jour? Sadly, the gentleman who answered the phone, wasn't too pleased by this question. I got the impression that I wasn't the only person today asking about the deli's “community outreach” du jour.

    Anyway, we had a colorful exchange of words along the line of conflicting points-of-view. He offered me a complementary blue-pill, mentioning something to the effect that the first one would be free. I politely passed on the offer, stating that I was in fact a red-pill aficionado

    I offered him a recent update on the Mandalay Resort and Casino, Las Vegas shootings. Hoping to inform him that there's now evidence of another shooter on the fourth floor, as well as the thirty-second floor. Something the MSM with their “official story” isn't reporting on. But he wasn't buying anything except the “official story.”

    I tried to expand his mind with a few of my own false-flag theories, including some 9/11 truth and even the possibility that scopolamine may have been employed at the Mandalay that fateful evening. But unfortunately at this point I sensed he was becoming a bit unglued, so I wished him happy trails, a beautiful day, and said adios.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZ6EaATQ3tI
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRjLIzNSRoE
    , @wayfarer
    I need to admit, that was not how the actual conversation went with the deli manager. I was real angry when I placed that call. I didn't make any threats. It's something I refrain from doing.

    The chickensh#t shootings in Las Vegas, which have the hallmarks of a false-flag, really struck a nerve inside of me. I felt compelled to call the deli, and serve it with an equal ration of disrespect. But disrespect in the form of some truths, if that makes sense. I unloaded with some facts, which no doubt struck a nerve within them, and hopefully functioned as a wake-up call.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T467I005v10&
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  • The Noam: The U.S. controls Israel; israel a hired gun for DC Wasps.
    The Noam: Get it out of your mind. this war (iraq 2003) is for oil not for israel.
    The Noam: Like Norm finklestein, I believe the Palestinians should not return to Palestine. Pointless. they should make themselves at home elsewhere and leave the Jews alone. Very sensible.

    I am The Noam
    Hear me

    Barsamiam is The Noam’s loyal puppy.

    Arf Arf

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  • @joe webb
    The zionist Chomsky, continues his jewish attack on Whites. Everything he says is basically a Jewish Lives Matter attack on Whites.

    Joe Webb

    You might be right about ‘Jews come first’ to him but I remembered him being less than a full bore Zionist as I checked and paste from Wiki; “As a result of his criticisms of Israel, Chomsky was barred from entering Israel in 2010.”

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    Chomsky. About 15 years ago when getting back into things, I read his Fateful Triangle and discovered his statement that he was a zionist. This is @ pages in the 30s or so.

    I retailed this at the time to considerable attention from the peaceniks around SF.

    In short, I claim to be the first to have outed him. I guess most folks do not read carefully, if at all of course.

    Chomsky has been an effective gate-keeper but that was then. Now the whole Israel thang is totally out of the bag , at least for the Left. The Right is split and Trump needs to keep the evangelicals who luv the jews. OK fine. That is jut the way it is.

    You are correct about C. not being a rabid type. HIs zionism, like the jewyorktimes' has been left-wing while Likud is right wing. The Long Range thinking of jews...Euphrates to the Nile kind of thing.

    Keep the liberals cooled out...that is Chomsky and others like the great journalist Robert Fisk, whom I also outed about the same time.

    Joe Webb
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  • @Che Guava
    You are to deserving the direct reply:You have been subject to brain-washing,

    Also not to differentiate between 'language' and 'linguistics', so you are a bit fake and a bit stupid.

    Oh shut the fuck up will you please…Dane22 is making a general educated observation that is evidentially quite reasonable..

    Some people just can’t get over the public beating that Noam administered to BF Skinner…..get over it!!!

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    Some people just can’t get over the public beating that Noam administered to BF Skinner
     
    BF Skinner, LOL. What an astounding achievement, showing the bloody fool Skinner to be a BF.
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  • @Dane22
    While I revile Chomsky's politics, he is largely responsible for advancing the (correct) theory that there is a biologically innate language function of the human brain (say, as opposed to the ape brain).

    This truth is directly related to other anti-blank slate theories of the brain, and thus to Right Wing politics.

    The opposing theories are essentially blank slate theories.

    Saying that no one takes Chomsky seriously anymore is ridiculous.

    The broader language community does not fully accept the (theoretically isolated) blank slate theories. A synthesis of the opposing theories is the consensus. If no one took Chomsky seriously anymore, then the blank slate theories would be accepted in isolation from biological determinism.

    Of course, I am speaking in regard to the broader linguistics community, as well as the (more serious) neurobiology community, outside of any selected idiosyncratic ultra-liberal linguistics departments who may be prone to declaring their "accepted truth of serious linguists" as such (a tired pattern for ultra-liberal cells).

    Chomsky's essential theory is undeniably correct; with an emphasis on "undeniable" as demonstrated by the liberal academics who would like nothing better but to accept the blank slate theories in isolation of Chomsky but cannot, except on the fringe, due to the evidence.

    You are to deserving the direct reply:You have been subject to brain-washing,

    Also not to differentiate between ‘language’ and ‘linguistics’, so you are a bit fake and a bit stupid.

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    Oh shut the fuck up will you please...Dane22 is making a general educated observation that is evidentially quite reasonable..

    Some people just can’t get over the public beating that Noam administered to BF Skinner.....get over it!!!
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  • But there is more to it than that. Iran cannot be forgiven for overthrowing the dictator installed by Washington in a military coup in 1953

    This is interesting that Chomsky attributes the long term memory as the irrational motive explaining the attitude and actions of the US with respect to Iran. Countries act because they can’t forgive something what happened 60 years ago is clearly a sign of irrational behavior. Would it be OK to bring up the Book of Esther and use it as a factor in Jewish and Israel obsession with Iran? Are Jews and Israel motivated by what happened 2500 years ago? To answer this the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran needs to be revisited. It is possible that it was the first successful use of weaponized Islamic fundamentalist against a secular state in the Middle East? It happened few years before the Yinon Plan became publicly known but it could have peen a part of it. Iran was on very friendly terms with the US and Israel? The only way to turn it into the enemy was to give it to Islamic fundamentalists and turn it into the pariah state that could be vilified to no end. And most importantly it was hoped that industrialization and modernization under the Shah would be stopped. It is better to have weak and hostile Iran than friendly but strong. I know, we do not have a proof that Israel was behind the Islamic Revolution in Iran.

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    I agree with you ,Utu

    Chomsky misses the mark on Iran completely (perhaps deliberately so)

    I think the antagonism towards Iran, emanating from Washington today, stems from Iran's overwhelming support for the Palestinian cause, and its contempt for what it refers to as the "Zionist Entity" ....or what we refer to as "Israel".

    Iran forms the last and most powerful"link" in the chain of "Shia Crescent nations" that were all unanimously supportive of Palestine and the rights of Palestinians over the rights of Israel.
    Iran was dismissive (as were the rest), to the point of contempt, of the legitimacy of the State of Israel .

    None of the "Shia Crescent Nations " recognized Israel, most especially Iraq.

    Chomsky knows this...as sure as he knows the sky is blue.
    How interesting he refused to mention it.

    Nearly all the other Muslim nations ,profoundly supportive of the Palestinian cause, including Libya, ,have been decimated by US military might (in one way or another)over the last 16 years.

    Not one of these nations ever attacked the United States on 9-11, yet they have all been "destroyed".

    A very interesting "mission creep" wouldn't you say.?

    For some reason, Chomsky refuses to mention this too .

    Iran is the last nation standing ,which forms the "Shia Crescent"...it is also the wealthiest, the richest in oil and natural gas, and the most powerful.
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    You say "no proof" but have you any evidence at all?
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  • @Wondering
    If there is a "pathetic little man," it is Noam Chomsky. His ignorance of history is breathtaking.

    And Trump’s victory was Grand, Chomsky’s pipe dreams notwithstanding. He won the popular vote in every state except California, where voting fraud is highly likely. Sanders was cheated out of his primary victory there by Clinton. When linguist Daniel Everett challenged Chomsky’s universal grammar theories, when he had found a tribe called Piraha in the Amazon that only knew and used the present tense, the pathetic Chomsky and his acolytes used their full influence in academia and politics, enlisting even the help of the Brazilian government to fight and suppress his findings.

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    Yes...but Noam’s critique of Trump is way more principled than the old farting hairy Lesbian who lost to Trump on Nov 8 2016.....give the Old Jewish Anarchist his due...

    Trump is most definitely a spoiled brat sociopath....and his MAGA!!! jobs program consists of using Working Class Native Born White Teenage Christian Males as cannon fodder for Donald’s precious Jewish only Israel...


    Interesting...Chomsky was very much influenced by Pierce...as was Bertrand Russell....I drove past Pierce’s home in Port Jervis in August...down the the road from Tom Quick’s restaurant...that TOM QUICK....and it’s my favorite poem....No White Racial Guilt here....
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  • That’s right…

    The big debate in syntax research is which version of phase structure syntax is the correct one for theoretical understanding human syntax…Chomsky is not even putting forward a theory of human syntax…but rather developing a pre-theoretical framework that would allow for the emergence of a theory of syntax that would enable predictions and scientific questions about human syntax to made.

    As see it…and I could be totally wrong about this…what’s going on in human syntax research in some interesting ways is very similar to-parallel to research in compiler design.

    MY Comments directed to Dane22…

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  • Now, while attention is focused on Trump’s latest mad doings, the Ryan gang and the executive branch are ramming through legislation and orders that undermine workers’ rights, cripple consumer protections, and severely harm rural communities.

    I think this a pretty accurate description. If Pence were a president we would get pretty much the same but he would not be in the focal point and thus people could concentrate more on what Ryan gang was doing.

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  • Chompsky is a little like Freud.

    His vaunted intellectual accomplishment ‘generative grammar’ is totally debunked.

    As with Freud in psychiatry, Chompsky on linguistics has no value.

    Odd that their respective homes are nnw only in destructive currents, Freud in parts of post-modernism, Chompsky as neo-anarchist .

    It is all bs.

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  • @TheOldOne
    Ron Unz:

    Why is this leftist garbage posted here? What is the point?

    Ron Unz:

    Why is this leftist garbage posted here? What is the point?

    The point is to keep you informed. Duh.

    Perhaps you could apply somewhere for a post as Censor Supreme?

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  • @Johnny Smoggins
    I'm trained in linguistics. No one in the field takes Chomsky seriously any more. Like Jonas Salk he didn't invent or create anything new, just popularized the work of other people.

    I suggest you do further reading in linguistics using sources from the 1990's and beyond. You'll find that his name rarely comes up, except as a footnote.

    While I revile Chomsky’s politics, he is largely responsible for advancing the (correct) theory that there is a biologically innate language function of the human brain (say, as opposed to the ape brain).

    This truth is directly related to other anti-blank slate theories of the brain, and thus to Right Wing politics.

    The opposing theories are essentially blank slate theories.

    Saying that no one takes Chomsky seriously anymore is ridiculous.

    The broader language community does not fully accept the (theoretically isolated) blank slate theories. A synthesis of the opposing theories is the consensus. If no one took Chomsky seriously anymore, then the blank slate theories would be accepted in isolation from biological determinism.

    Of course, I am speaking in regard to the broader linguistics community, as well as the (more serious) neurobiology community, outside of any selected idiosyncratic ultra-liberal linguistics departments who may be prone to declaring their “accepted truth of serious linguists” as such (a tired pattern for ultra-liberal cells).

    Chomsky’s essential theory is undeniably correct; with an emphasis on “undeniable” as demonstrated by the liberal academics who would like nothing better but to accept the blank slate theories in isolation of Chomsky but cannot, except on the fringe, due to the evidence.

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    You are to deserving the direct reply:You have been subject to brain-washing,

    Also not to differentiate between 'language' and 'linguistics', so you are a bit fake and a bit stupid.
    , @CanSpeccy

    he is largely responsible for advancing the (correct) theory that there is a biologically innate language function of the human brain
     
    Wow. Who'd have thunk it.

    Still, cats and dogs, rats or monkeys don't talk even when they're brought up with people, which sort of does suggest that humans are, you know, like, genetically different in their linguistic capacity.
    , @Kyle
    "A synthesis of the opposing theories is the consensus."

    You don't say? Incredible, unprecedented really.
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  • Hat tip to Noam Chomsky for alerting me to the Mohawk Valley Plan. I have Utica NY roots. I know something about the Labor and Economic History of Utica…Utica wasn’t always an armpit.

    If the Mohawk Valley Plan was true…it wouldn’t shock me. The Cold War anti-commie crusade was always about attacking and destroying organized White Labor in the US. And there is direct road from the anti-labor-union busting crudade of the early 19th century….up to WW2….to the passage of the 1965 Nonwhite Legal Immigrant Increase Act and onto the election of the nosepicking-narcissistic -homosexual-Kenyan Foreigner POTUS in 2008….to the slaughter of White Republican Party Voters in Las Vegas Sunday Night by a White Liberal Democratic Party Voter who finally found a racial identity after banging a Phillipino Muslim Slut from Mindinao with an ISIS connection….

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  • The piece is okay, the only problem: what justifies such a profound contempt for the working class rebellion, manifested in the 2016 election? That’s fucking appalling.

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  • @War for Blair Mountain
    Your full of shit...seriously.


    Minimalist Syntax may turn out to be wrong...but it will be wrong for deep-nontrivial reasons...and something will be learned. The Minimalist Syntax Research Program isn’t going to fade away anytime soon, for it is academically entrenched in Universities in the US and around the World. There is a lot of serious discussion about the Minimalist Syntax Program on Reddit and Quora...pros and cons...

    Nope, he is correct. Might you be a bit out of touch?

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  • @RebelWriter
    I'll have to come back to this later. This is a bit too much hyperbole, and of the ridiculous sort at that, for this early in the morning.

    I’ll have to come back to this later. This is a bit too much hyperbole, and of the ridiculous sort at that, for this early in the morning.

    The first handful of paragraphs reveal it to be meaningless intellectualized gibberish. All those words, a storm of words, that mean absolutely nothing. America is completely, utterly undone. The jackals swarm the carcass; the Israelists corral the slaves.

    It will be interesting to see if the millions of Chinese illegals will, over a span of perhaps 20 years?, successfully combat Israelist control. Makes me cackle with sardonic laughter to note that Chinese illegals are the last best hope of white America — if only because they treat their slaves just a little bit — a teensy bit — better than Israelists treat the goyim.

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  • What critical, intelligent human’s eyes don’t immediately gloss over when an article author can’t repress his emotional impulse for playground insults in the first paragraph of the article? What possible weight or value could the rest of the article be interpreted to hold other than as self-comfort to the author’s emotional fire? The author certainly can’t ask readers to invest their time after such an opening.

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  • @Johnny Smoggins
    I'm trained in linguistics. No one in the field takes Chomsky seriously any more. Like Jonas Salk he didn't invent or create anything new, just popularized the work of other people.

    I suggest you do further reading in linguistics using sources from the 1990's and beyond. You'll find that his name rarely comes up, except as a footnote.

    Your full of shit…seriously.

    Minimalist Syntax may turn out to be wrong…but it will be wrong for deep-nontrivial reasons…and something will be learned. The Minimalist Syntax Research Program isn’t going to fade away anytime soon, for it is academically entrenched in Universities in the US and around the World. There is a lot of serious discussion about the Minimalist Syntax Program on Reddit and Quora…pros and cons…

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    Nope, he is correct. Might you be a bit out of touch?
    , @Johnny Smoggins
    You made a grammatical error in your first sentence and I'm supposed to take your opinion on linguistics seriously after that?
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  • “In this light, there is little surprise in the victory of a billionaire TV star with substantial media backing: direct backing from the leading cable channel, Rupert Murdoch’s Fox, and from highly influential right-wing talk radio; indirect but lavish backing from the rest of the major media, which was entranced by Trump’s antics and the advertising revenue that poured in”

    So “Chumpski” is saying that media backs Trump while media is at the same time denigrating and laughing at Trump?

    Maybe he would like us to vote for his “Landsman” Bernie?

    “In addition to his 10 books with Noam Chomsky, his works include books with Tariq Ali, Howard Zinn, Edward Said, Arundhati Roy, and Richard Wolff. He lives in Boulder, Colorado”

    Sounds like Abraham’s sons Ishmael and Isaac are teaming up. Now we’re in real big trouble.

    “It is rather startling to hear a conservative German chancellor, Angela Merkel, lecturing her U.S. counterpart on human rights, and taking the lead, at least for a time, in confronting the refugee issue, Europe’s deep moral crisis”

    Noam is a traitor to White people.

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  • [Use a single Handle or Anonymous/Anon. Otherwise, your comments may get trashed.]

    Johnny One-notes: Oy, oy, the Jews are our misfortune, oy, oy, but they got so much power, oy, oy.
    So go form a posse and make America judenrein.
    Then America can be great again.
    Not up to playing John Wayne?

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  • @War for Blair Mountain
    Because of his very deep contributions to the study and understanding of syntax...deep contributions to mathematical linguistics....his clarification of long standing unresolved issues in analytic philosophy...his critique of strong AI...the Chomsky Hiearchy is part of every compiler design course...his conjecture on the origin of human language(well supported by evolutionary biology and theoretical genetics research)..Chomsky’s critique of IQ testing is also very interesting....

    I’m trained in linguistics. No one in the field takes Chomsky seriously any more. Like Jonas Salk he didn’t invent or create anything new, just popularized the work of other people.

    I suggest you do further reading in linguistics using sources from the 1990′s and beyond. You’ll find that his name rarely comes up, except as a footnote.

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    Your full of shit...seriously.


    Minimalist Syntax may turn out to be wrong...but it will be wrong for deep-nontrivial reasons...and something will be learned. The Minimalist Syntax Research Program isn’t going to fade away anytime soon, for it is academically entrenched in Universities in the US and around the World. There is a lot of serious discussion about the Minimalist Syntax Program on Reddit and Quora...pros and cons...

    , @Dane22
    While I revile Chomsky's politics, he is largely responsible for advancing the (correct) theory that there is a biologically innate language function of the human brain (say, as opposed to the ape brain).

    This truth is directly related to other anti-blank slate theories of the brain, and thus to Right Wing politics.

    The opposing theories are essentially blank slate theories.

    Saying that no one takes Chomsky seriously anymore is ridiculous.

    The broader language community does not fully accept the (theoretically isolated) blank slate theories. A synthesis of the opposing theories is the consensus. If no one took Chomsky seriously anymore, then the blank slate theories would be accepted in isolation from biological determinism.

    Of course, I am speaking in regard to the broader linguistics community, as well as the (more serious) neurobiology community, outside of any selected idiosyncratic ultra-liberal linguistics departments who may be prone to declaring their "accepted truth of serious linguists" as such (a tired pattern for ultra-liberal cells).

    Chomsky's essential theory is undeniably correct; with an emphasis on "undeniable" as demonstrated by the liberal academics who would like nothing better but to accept the blank slate theories in isolation of Chomsky but cannot, except on the fringe, due to the evidence.
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  • All you have to know about Chomsky is that he states that AIPAC is just another lobby and all the crimes of the Zionist state are a result of its being a colony of the [WASP] American empire.

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  • @Altai
    Nothing does more to damage to the interests of runaway Capital than restricting immigration labour supply and creating a more homogeneous politi that has a greater sense of ownership of the nation. Nothing solidifies neo-liberalism like mass migration. Brazil will never be Denmark. Icelanders young and old, mothers with their small children were able to assemble and demand justice, they actually got it and a few of the bankers were jailed because they were a highly cohesive, homogeneous community with a sense of ownership of their nation. (For a little while anyway, mass pressure from the US and other governments to do away with any unpleasant examples lead to appallingly early releases)

    There is nothing else to discuss at this point. Tax rates and regulations can be changed and will be changed back and forth. If Chomsky wants to play pretend that it's 1968 that's his business, but if he has himself fallen so deep into the very elitist narratives he professes to challenge and advocate essentially open borders (A position even the likes of Sanders not too long ago were very much aware was the greatest threat to reducing inequality and social democracy.) for socialism, there is no hope. Sadly Chomsky seems to relish the idea of ethnic cleansing of whites in opposition to everything he claimed he stood for for decades. In doing so, for (((no apparent reason))), he simply becomes another alt-right meme.

    You nailed it…Chomsky is aiding and abetting the CAPITALIST PIG CLASS.

    Welcome to Hindu-Jamaican POTUS Kamala Harris and her vicious arrogant spoiled Hindu Supremacist AG Preet Bharara who will be going after the Alt Right-White Nationalists….

    Larger question for everyone here:Will you consent to being governed by Hindu-Jamaican POTUS Kamala Harris and her highly RACIALIZED AG Preet Bharara…We have lost our Nation of birth to the Hindu……How do you feel about this?

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  • @War for Blair Mountain
    Noam Chomsky has written that the Clinton Administration was anti-Immigrant because the Clinton administration militarized the border..that is to say, the Clinton Administration did a minimal amount of border security so as not to provoke a revolt that would have taken place if the Clinton administration implemented Chomsky’s open borders immigration policy...


    So take your pick:1)Noam Chomsky is clinically insane....or...2)
    Noam Chomsky has violent hatred of the Native Born White American Christian Working Class.


    Noam does not support the right of return for Palestinians...But Noam does suppport the demographic extermination of The Historic Native Born White Christian American Working Class...as does his fat ugly pig daughter Aviva.


    Noam Chomsky was an enthusiast for Scottish Nationalism and secession because it would allow the Sihks...Hindus....Pakistani Muslims to vote the Native Scots into a racial minority within the borders of Scotland....Same reason why Noam supports Catalonia secession.


    Noam Chomsky is not the least bit demographically neutral....He has a very nasty demographic agenda:Demographically exterminate the Native Born White American Christian Population+
    demographically exterminate the Native European Population of Europa...

    Noam does not support the right of return for Palestinians.

    Didn’t know that, as time goes on and their moment passes, so many of these 68ers blur together. That’s pretty poor as an avowed policy if he accepts the essentially immorality of the occupation. The same amount of time has passed to revoke their ownship of the land as has passed for it to be given to their displacers. (Ie, living memory…) It’s even worse if you consider that the bulk of the Palestinian camps are right beside the border…

    Who whom, indeed.

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  • Glad to see my favorite FBI agent is still getting published!

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  • Sad Lack of Detail

    Senator ‘Socialist’ Sanders, occasionally speaks against wars, but Votes for Funding America’s Zionist Imperialist conflicts, as well as Full Funding for America’s master, the Oligarch Rothschild’s Israel. Sander’s support for $funding$ imperialist wars expose him for the war criminal he is – the moral equal to any Hitler, LB Johnson, Bush, or American Congress.

    Don’t take my word for it. Check/Google it out!!! The information/Truth is readily available in the Congressional Records. Sanders is no more for peace and freedom than Hitler, LB Johnson, the Killery & Bill Clinton, Obomber, Bushes, Casino Trump, the Rothschilds, Netenyahoo, or the other assorted scum Oligarchs.

    As for agent Chomsky, he began as an engaging educator, and sold his soul to the darkside. His rantings above make little sense, except to cast some confusion and waste time. He is clearly operating under orders. He has become dull/boring. He is fading away into the shadows. He is a sad sight.

    Morality and Honor and Love of Country and Restoration of the Republic is our Yellow Brick Road.

    We are the Happy Ones!

    We Have Life!

    God Bless!

    Durruti for the Anarchist Collective

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    Yup, Sanders is a Zionist, through and through.
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  • Chomsky’s views run to the left of my own esp. on immigration, but I agree with him that the US is now run by corporations rather than the people, and I think he is spot on when it comes to the Mideast and North Korea. Trump’s presidency so far is an abject failure and disappointment. Instead of draining the swamp, he has become a swamp creature himself. Most of those who voted for him including myself are feeling completely betrayed at this point, from immigration to foreign policy to healthcare to taxes, he’s gone completely off course. There has never been a betrayal bigger or swifter in the history of politics. Trump needs to be primary out in 2020.

    I agree wholeheartedly with Chomsky on what’s going on in the Middle East and North Korea. Trump’s animus towards Iran is driven completely by his loyalty to Israel courtesy of all the Jews and neocons running amok in his admin, starting with his son-in-law and “senior advisor” Jared Kushner. I was totally appalled that he wanted to lift the ban imposed by Obama and sell the most sophisticated weapons to Saudi Arabia. Congress led by Rand Paul was going to block the sale, I don’t know what became of that. Trump’s buffoonery on foreign policy is making the world more dangerous rather than safer. His illegal war on the ground in Syria alone should get him impeached. How many more wars is the US going to fight on behalf of Israel?

    Bill Clinton may have been America’s first black president, Trump is America’s first Jewish president.

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    Trump’s presidency so far is an abject failure and disappointment. Instead of draining the swamp, he has become a swamp creature himself.
     
    If this is true, it was also true of Obama even though Obama was elected too with great expectations. Isn't it time we stop talking about and blaming the failed candidates and put the spot light where it needs to be: on the Shadow State? It is not just the corporations but it is the CIA/Pentagon/Media/Bureaucratic complex that keeps the whole political system in line with corporate interests.

    And he has been isolated from the public and information that my run counter to the narratives the Deep State wishes him to act on. The Three Generals are responsible for this: Mattis, Kelly and McMaster. Trump put up an admirable resistance in my view. After all he is only one man.

    Chomsky is controlled opposition. He insults JFK and 9/11 "conspiracy theorists" as Camelot Mythologizers and "amateur physicists" respectively when anyone asks him about his views on those subjects. The complete out-of-hand dismissal of anyone who even considers the possibility that cover ups were involved in those cases seems odd for someone who has held such radical views of America for all of these years. Americans, the Reagan administration, are all in need of "denazification" according to him. But he dare not criticize the CIA.

    It's easy for snarks to criticize Trump or Obama for their failures or highly amorphous "corporate America." It takes real balls to criticize the actual power behind the throne though and Chomsky is just not that courageous. To me he's mostly just a snarky professor like Obama once was.

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  • It is so characteristic of leftists to rail against some sort of evil without comparing it to the next best alternative. There is no perfection on our mortal plane. Only a set of grey and black alternatives.

    In this case, the next best alternative was the Harpy. If she had been elected, we would now be in a shooting war with Russia in Syria due to her and your neocons having tried to establish a no-fly zone there.

    Paraphrasing Eyegor, “It could be worse. It could be raining” nukes.

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    most dangerous developments under Trump trace back to Obama initiatives —

    There’s a continuity in American policies that transcend whatever administration happens to be in office. This is particularly true in foreign policy. The US has been expansionist and interventionist since 1898 and continues on this track which inevitably leads to conflict with other countries who don’t care to be under the US thumb. Hence the current crop of enemies and war drum pounding. This would be the same were Clinton to have been elected. Unfortunately the mass of Americans are getting dragged along with this at increasing peril to them with no recourse available.

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  • Nothing does more to damage to the interests of runaway Capital than restricting immigration labour supply and creating a more homogeneous politi that has a greater sense of ownership of the nation. Nothing solidifies neo-liberalism like mass migration. Brazil will never be Denmark. Icelanders young and old, mothers with their small children were able to assemble and demand justice, they actually got it and a few of the bankers were jailed because they were a highly cohesive, homogeneous community with a sense of ownership of their nation. (For a little while anyway, mass pressure from the US and other governments to do away with any unpleasant examples lead to appallingly early releases)

    There is nothing else to discuss at this point. Tax rates and regulations can be changed and will be changed back and forth. If Chomsky wants to play pretend that it’s 1968 that’s his business, but if he has himself fallen so deep into the very elitist narratives he professes to challenge and advocate essentially open borders (A position even the likes of Sanders not too long ago were very much aware was the greatest threat to reducing inequality and social democracy.) for socialism, there is no hope. Sadly Chomsky seems to relish the idea of ethnic cleansing of whites in opposition to everything he claimed he stood for for decades. In doing so, for (((no apparent reason))), he simply becomes another alt-right meme.

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    You nailed it...Chomsky is aiding and abetting the CAPITALIST PIG CLASS.


    Welcome to Hindu-Jamaican POTUS Kamala Harris and her vicious arrogant spoiled Hindu Supremacist AG Preet Bharara who will be going after the Alt Right-White Nationalists....


    Larger question for everyone here:Will you consent to being governed by Hindu-Jamaican POTUS Kamala Harris and her highly RACIALIZED AG Preet Bharara...We have lost our Nation of birth to the Hindu......How do you feel about this?

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  • I’ve always had a visceral feeling of disgust towards Norm Chomsky. You ever been around someone like that? You don’t want to analysis or explain why, you just want to het away?

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  • An example of contemporary America’s self-serving-left neo-political-dissident.

    Greg Morelli owns “Max’s Jewish Deli” in Highland Park, Illinois.

    He had something to say concerning the recent mass murder in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Morelli said: “Soon as I heard it was country music, I felt relief. White people shooting white people isn’t terror, it’s community outreach.”

    Ironically, he operates his small business in an affluent community that’s composed of 91% white Americans, and where the median income for families is about $117,235 per year.

    source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anarcho-syndicalism
    source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_dissent
    source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Highland_Park,_Illinois
    source: https://www.infowars.com/deli-owner-glad-a-white-man-shot-white-people-not-terror-but-community-outreach/

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    • Replies: @Z-man
    Hope this mongrel fag Morelli gets death threats. At least have his Deli ransacked!!
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  • His expression “pathetic little man” pisses me off more than the rest of his senseless blather, himself being the epitome of a “pathetic little man” devoid of any insight or wisdom.

    These are perplexing signs of the times when such fools and charlatans as this jerk, Coates, etc, are regarded as intellectual giants and voices to be revered.

    Authenticjazzman ” Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army Vet, and pro Jazz artist.

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  • @Johnny Smoggins
    I've never understood why Chomsky is considered a great intellectual, he's dull and pedantic. Like Lena Dunham and Adam Sandler he's famous not because he's talented but because he's a Jew.

    Because of his very deep contributions to the study and understanding of syntax…deep contributions to mathematical linguistics….his clarification of long standing unresolved issues in analytic philosophy…his critique of strong AI…the Chomsky Hiearchy is part of every compiler design course…his conjecture on the origin of human language(well supported by evolutionary biology and theoretical genetics research)..Chomsky’s critique of IQ testing is also very interesting….

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    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
    I'm trained in linguistics. No one in the field takes Chomsky seriously any more. Like Jonas Salk he didn't invent or create anything new, just popularized the work of other people.

    I suggest you do further reading in linguistics using sources from the 1990's and beyond. You'll find that his name rarely comes up, except as a footnote.
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  • Seriously? Noam Chomsky? Here, right at the start, is one of the Noamster’s patented lies:

    At one level, Trump’s antics ensure that attention is focused on him, and it makes little difference how. Who even remembers the charge that millions of illegal immigrants voted for Clinton, depriving the pathetic little man of his Grand Victory? Or the accusation that Obama had wiretapped Trump Tower?

    This passage makes no sense, in context, unless these claims by Trump are false and so obviously false that they require no discussion. But that isn’t remotely clear.

    This is sophisticated propaganda. A paradoxical statement distracts the logical mind while the subliminal messages are unconsciously absorbed: “pathetic little man”, “deprived of victory”, Trump tower not wiretapped, etc. Chomsky is a master of this.

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  • I wondered how far down I’d have to go before I’d come to the ritualistic attack on the EU and the ritualistic defence of Putin. For Porfessor Chomsky’s information, the European Commission does have any decision-making power. It merely implements decisions of the Council, which is the elected governments of the sovereign Member States.

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    • Replies: @Wally
    You mean the unelected EU Parliament, the neo-Marxist state that is crumbling?

    Mapping Europe's Secessionist Movements
    http://www.zerohedge.com/sites/default/files/images/user3303/imageroot/2017/05/14/20170516_secession.jpg
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