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Friday, February 16, 2007

Noam Chomsky & America



-It seems, according to Chomsky anyways, that it is a "totalitarian notion" to be labeled anti-American. It is not. A "totalitarian notion" would be to bar Chomsky from ever speaking again. Good ole' Noam doesn't like being called anti-American and criticizes the people that call him that. But that's what free speech is all about. People do have the ability to be anti-American (Chomsky is one of them).

-I really hate him. Why is he even in this country? He would fit in so much better in Europe, joyfully serving others until the day he dies (which is seemingly not too far away).

3 Comments:

  • Dan, what background research have you honestly done on Chomsky. His documentation of the human rights violation in SE Asia throughout the cold war was remarkable. The US supported fascist governments that killed and oppressed its people just to rollback or contain communist agression. His crticism of the media and lack of telling the truth on matters other than Vietnam is accurate. Our left over ordinance from bombing raids in Vietnam were carelessly dropped in Laos. If it weren't for people like Chomsky the American people would not know the true atrocities that occur is warfare and the carelessness of the handling of all SE Asia and S. America. Put more evidence into your blog before posting.

    By Anonymous Robbie, at 4:17 PM  

  • I've done enough research. Maybe you and Chomsky should go out for some appletini's.

    "Put more evidence into your blog before posting."

    No. He is anti-American, and that's all there is to it.

    By Blogger Daniel Rigby, at 6:58 PM  

  • http://www.paulbogdanor.com/100chomskylies.pdf

    Before you blame me for not adequately researching Noam Chomsky, why don't you go on ahead to the humble-pie buffet and grab yourself a plate. Even though I'm not eating any, this is still equally delicious for me.

    Enjoy.

    By Blogger Daniel Rigby, at 9:15 PM  

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