Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Something Is Very Wrong With Noam Chomsky, Linguist and Enemy Propogandist

Noam Chomsky notes

old 1960s anti-war radical, apologist for communism and Islamist terrorists. He quotes that US is an ally of Al Queda, US committed first 9/11 atrocity. He is a friend of the anti-American pro-Islamist axis.



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  • Afghanistan: U.S. military response against the terrorists in Afghanistan was a calculated “genocide” that would cause the deaths of 3 to 4 million Afghanis, Chomsky denounced America as “the world’s greatest terrorist state.”
  • anti-Americanism “ferocious anti-Americanism”
  • anti-Hegemony
  • anti-Semitism apologist
  • Cambodian genocide denier “one of the chief deniers of the Cambodian genocide”...” tried to minimize the deaths (a “few thousand”) and compared those killed by Pol Pot and his followers to the collaborators who had been executed by resistance movements in Europe at the end of World War II”
  • Communist (Cambodia, Vietnam) Glenn Beck: “Chomsky is a communist”
  • Hezbollah apologist
  • Holocaust denial“I see no anti-Semitic implications in denial of the existence of gas chambers, or even denial of the holocaust. Nor would there be anti-Semitic implications, per se, in the claim that the holocaust is being exploited, viciously so, by apologists for Israeli repression and violence.””
  • Islamist (9/11 truther, Al Queda, Bin Laden)
  • Israel Divestment
  • Michael Scheuer, wrote shortly after that “bin Laden has been precise in telling America the reasons he is waging war on us.
  • Nazi applied to US “The U.S. is once again, in Chomsky's bankrupt mind, compared to Nazi Germany”
  • Neo-Nazi Chomsky’s involvement with of Robert Faurisson, a French anti-Semite..preface to a book contained “no hint of anti-Semitic implications.”
  • Osama bin Laden In September 2007, Chomsky was praised by as "one of the most capable " citizens of the United States.
  • Palestine: “you’d have to go back to the worst days of the American South to know what it’s been like for the Palestinians in the occupied territories.”
  • Presidents “denounced every U.S. President from Woodrow Wilson and FDR to Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton as the front men in “four-year dictatorships” by a ruling class.”
  • Soviet Union “The Soviet dictatorship was not only "morally equivalent" to democratic America, in Chomsky’s view, but actually better because it was less powerful.”
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  • Terrorism apologist “Of course [suicide bombers are] terrorists and there's been Palestinian terrorism all the way through. I have always opposed it….But it's very small as compared with the U.S.-backed Israeli terrorism.”
  • Vietnam War protester “Chomsky’s work in linguistics allowed him to make a transition from the university to the public arena in the mid-1960s and to be taken seriously as a critic of the war in Vietnam.”
  • Zionism: “I objected to the founding of Israel as a Jewish state. I don't think a Jewish or Christian or Islamic state is a proper concept. I would object to the United States as a Christian state.” Israel is “a state based on the principle of discrimination. There is no other way for a state with non-Jewish citizens to remain a Jewish state…”




Ronald Radosh and David Horowitz discuss his gloating reaction to the September 11 attack.

Chomsky dismisses the atrocity of 9/11 as one that was dwarfed in magnitude by Bill Clinton’s 1998 missile attack on a factory in the Sudan following the bombings of two U.S. embassies by al Qaeda, in which no one was injured.
Was there an alternative?
Looking back on 9/11 a decade later

6 September, by Noam Chomsky
We are approaching the 10th anniversary of the horrendous atrocities of September 11, 2001, which, it is commonly held, changed the world. On May 1st, the presumed mastermind of the crime, Osama bin Laden, was assassinated in Pakistan by a team of elite US commandos, Navy SEALs, after he was captured, unarmed and undefended, in Operation Geronimo.
A number of analysts have observed that although bin Laden was finally killed, he won some major successes in his war against the U.S. "He repeatedly asserted that the only way to drive the U.S. from the Muslim world and defeat its satraps was by drawing Americans into a series of small but expensive wars that would ultimately bankrupt them," Eric Margolis writes. "’Bleeding the U.S.,’ in his words." The United States, first under George W. Bush and then Barack Obama, rushed right into bin Laden’s trap... Grotesquely overblown military outlays and debt addiction... may be the most pernicious legacy of the man who thought he could defeat the United States” — particularly when the debt is being cynically exploited by the far right, with the collusion of the Democrat establishment, to undermine what remains of social programs, public education, unions, and, in general, remaining barriers to corporate tyranny.
That Washington was bent on fulfilling bin Laden’s fervent wishes was evident at once. As discussed in my book 9-11, written shortly after those attacks occurred, anyone with knowledge of the region could recognize “that a massive assault on a Muslim population would be the answer to the prayers of bin Laden and his associates, and would lead the U.S. and its allies into a ‘diabolical trap,’ as the French foreign minister put it.”
The senior CIA analyst responsible for tracking Osama bin Laden from 1996, Michael Scheuer, wrote shortly after that “bin Laden has been precise in telling America the reasons he is waging war on us. [He] is out to drastically alter U.S. and Western policies toward the Islamic world,” and largely succeeded: “U.S. forces and policies are completing the radicalization of the Islamic world, something Osama bin Laden has been trying to do with substantial but incomplete success since the early 1990s. As a result, I think it is fair to conclude that the United States of America remains bin Laden’s only indispensable ally.” And arguably remains so, even after his death.


Pro-Islamist position against Afghanistan war

Telling an MIT audience of 2,000 that the U.S. military response against the terrorists in Afghanistan was a calculated “genocide” that would cause the deaths of 3 to 4 million Afghanis, Chomsky denounced America as “the world’s greatest terrorist state.”

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Pro-Islamist position US is worst terrorist state

Chomsky denounced America as “the world’s greatest terrorist state.”

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Professor Chomsky’s 2003 book, Hegemony or Survival, casts America as a threat to global survival. The New York Times and Washington Post both treated Hegemony and Survival as a significant work, with Pulitzer Prize winner Samantha Power writing in the Times that Chomsky’s book was “sobering and instructive.

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According to the Chicago Tribune, Professor Chomsky is “the most cited living author” and ranks just below Plato and Sigmund Freud among the most cited authors of all time. While acknowledging that he is reviled in some quarters for his ferocious anti-Americanism, a recent New Yorker profile calls Chomsky “one of the greatest minds of the 20th century.”

Those who admire this achievement but not his politics are at pains to explain what they take to be a disjunction between his work in linguistics and his sociopolitical ideas. They see the former as so brilliant and compelling as to be unarguable -- in all a massive scientific achievement -- and the latter as so venomous and counter-factual as to be emotionally disturbing.

Paul Postal and Robert Levine, linguists who have known and worked with Chomsky, take the view that the two aspects of his life’s work in fact manifest the same key properties: "a deep disregard of, and contempt for, the truth; a monumental disdain for standards of inquiry; a relentless strain of self-promotion; notable descents into incoherence; and a penchant for verbally abusing those who disagree with him."

@@Hamas Apologist

Says Hamas is not acceptable, but preferable to US and Israel

In May 2006, Chomsky made the following comments  about Hezbollah and Hamas:
  • "Personally I'm very much opposed to Hamas' policies in almost every respect. However, we should recognize that the policies of Hamas are more forthcoming and more conducive to a peaceful settlement than those of the United States or Israel. So to repeat: the policies, in my view, are unacceptable, but preferable to the policies of the United States and Israel."
  • "Hamas has called for a long-term indefinite truce on the international border. There is a long-standing international consensus that goes back over thirty years that there should be a two-state political settlement on the international border, the pre-June 1967 border, with minor and mutual modifications. That's the official phrase. Hamas is willing to accept that as a long-term truce. The United States and Israel are unwilling even to consider it."
  • "The demand on Hamas by the United States and the European Union and Israel... The demand is first that they recognize the State of Israel. Actually, that they recognize its right to exist. Well, Israel and the U.S. certainly don't recognize the right of Palestine to exist, nor recognize any state of Palestine. In fact, they have been acting consistently to undermine any such possibility. The second condition is that Hamas must renounce violence. Israel and the United States certainly do not renounce violence. The third condition is that Hamas accept international agreements. The United States and Israel reject international agreements."
  • "So, though the policies of Hamas are, again in my view, unacceptable, they happen to be closer to the international consensus on a political peaceful settlement than those of their antagonists, and it's a reflection of the power of the imperial states - the United States and Europe - that they are able to shift the framework, so that the problem appears to be Hamas' policies, and not the more extreme policies of the United States and Israel."

@@Hezbollah Aplogist

In May 2006, Chomsky made the following comments  about Hezbollah and Hamas:
  • "The United States considers Hizbullah a terrorist organization, but the term terrorism is used by the great powers simply to refer to forms of violence of which they disapprove. So the U.S. was of course supporting the Israeli invasions and occupation of southern Lebanon. Hizbullah was instrumental in driving them out, so for that reason they are a terrorist organization."

@@Holocaust denial

“I see no anti-Semitic implications in denial of the existence of gas chambers, or even denial of the holocaust. Nor would there be anti-Semitic implications, per se, in the claim that the holocaust is being exploited, viciously so, by apologists for Israeli repression and violence.””


Michael Weiss, Fisking Chomsky’s Latest Bilge on Iran  

@@Israel Divestment

his views have helped inform an inchoate anti-Americanism, and on the university campus, where divesting from Israel (a cause he has championed) and attacks against the War on Terror are de rigueu

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  • Michael Scheuer, wrote shortly after that “bin Laden has been precise in telling America the reasons he is waging war on us.

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Chomsky’s involvement with neo-Nazis and Holocaust revisionism. This saga began in 1980 with Chomsky’s support of Robert Faurisson, a French anti-Semite who was fired by the University of Lyon for his hate-filled screeds. (“The alleged Hitlerite gas chambers and the alleged genocide of the Jews form one and the same historical lie,” Faurisson wrote.) Chomsky penned a preface to a book by Faurisson, explaining that the latter was an “apolitical liberal” whose work was based on “extensive historical research” and contained “no hint of anti-Semitic implications.”

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Osama bin Laden In September 2007, Chomsky was praised by as "one of the most capable " citizens of the United States.

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Articles and documents exposing the dishonesty and fanaticism of extreme left-wing propagandist and genocide denier Noam Chomsky.
Paul Bogdanor, The Top 200 Chomsky Lies [PDF]
Documentation of 200 egregious lies about communist mass murderers, modern history, the Cold War, the Vietnam War, 9/11, Latin America, the Middle East, the Arab-Israeli conflict, Holocaust denial, etc. Also lists misquotations, numerical distortions and worthless sources used in his writings. (The original 100 lies are also available in Spanish .)
Paul Bogdanor, The Wit and Wisdom of Noam Chomsky
Quotations the Chomsky cultists would like you to ignore.
Stefan Kanfer, America’s Dumbest Intellectual  
Charles Kalina, Noam Chomsky and His Critics
Illuminating guides to the mental dungeon of Chomskyism.
J. Bradford DeLong, My Very, Very Allergic Reaction to Noam Chomsky  
Oliver Kamm, Noam Chomsky
Ridiculing Chomsky’s statements about Bosnia, Holocaust denial and the Khmer Rouge.
Keith Windschuttle, The Hypocrisy of Noam Chomsky
Overview of Chomsky’s disgraceful ideological career.
Oliver Kamm, Chomsky Recollects
Chomsky wrote that Americans were no better than Nazis. Then he lied about it.
Book Reviews
American Power and the New Mandarins
Arthur Schlesinger, Three Cheers For Professor Chomsky: But Not Just Now [PDF]
Arthur Schlesinger and Noam Chomsky, Exchange: Truman’s Speech and Noam Chomsky [PDF]
Oliver Kamm, Chomsky and the Vietnam War: A Study in Failure  
Oliver Kamm, Chomsky and the Vietnam War: A Study in Propaganda  
Peace in the Middle East?
Benjamin Kerstein, Review  
Political Economy of Human Rights
Stephen J. Morris, Chomsky on US Foreign Policy [PDF]
Paul Bogdanor, Chomsky’s Totalitarian Apologetics
Paul Bogdanor, Chomsky Denies a Genocide
Towards a New Cold War
C. M. Woodhouse, The Anti-American Case [PDF]
Fateful Triangle
Paul Bogdanor, Chomsky’s Protocols
Manufacturing Consent
Paul Bogdanor, Manufacturing Distortions
What Uncle Sam Really Wants
J. Bradford DeLong, My Allergic Reaction to Noam Chomsky  
Benjamin Kerstein, Review  
Powers and Prospects/Class Warfare
Roger Scruton, Rash Thinker Who is in Two Minds
The New Military Humanism
Adrian Hastings, Chomsky and Kosova  
A New Generation Draws the Line
Marko Attila Hoare, Nothing is Left  
Carlin Romano, Once Again, Chomsky’s on Anti-US Hobbyhorse  
Jonathan Rauch, Notes From a Gadfly
Nathan Folkert, Chomsky on Violence
On Chomsky’s support for totalitarian terror and mass murder.
Barry Loberfeld, The Coercive Anarchism of Noam Chomsky [PDF]
The true nature of Chomsky’s anarchocommunist ideology.
James Ostrowski, Chomsky’s Economics
Chomsky wants to abolish the liberal state because it exercises too little control over the population.
Clare Spark, Chomsky Versus Lippmann
Chomsky’s propaganda fabrications about “the manufacture of consent” exposed.
Paul M. Postal, Noam Chomsky and the Quest For Social Justice
An academic colleague exposes his manipulative rhetoric about international human rights standards.
Cold War
Russil Wvong, Chomsky Responds to Criticism of PPS/23 Quote  
Russil Wvong, A Response to Chomsky’s Quotation of PPS/23
Chomsky distorts a Cold War document.
Oliver Kamm, Chomsky on Milosevic, Stalin and Germany
Chomsky revives discredited myths  about the 1952 Stalin Note on the status of Germany.
Tom Nichols, Re: Chomsky: A Principled Dissenter
A Cold War historian exposes Chomsky’s falsification of the history of the arms race.
Noam Chomsky and Edward S. Herman, Handling Dissidents: The “Free-World Model” [PDF]
Joshua Muravchik, Latin American and Soviet Repression [PDF]
Chomsky tries to belittle Soviet crimes.
Charles Kalina, Chomsky and Afghanistan
Quick rebuttal of Chomsky’s ludicrous false analogy between American intervention in Vietnam and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.
Noam Chomsky, In North Vietnam
Chomsky undertakes a stagemanaged tour of North Vietnam and argues that this hideous dictatorship“offers the peasant hope for the future.”
Vietnam News Agency, Spring Peace Offensive of American People Welcomed  [PDF]
An official North Vietnamese record of Chomsky’s enthusiastic collaboration with totalitarian tyranny.
Tim Starr, Noam Chomsky: Viet Cong Cheerleader
Chomsky’s notorious speech glorifying the communist mass murderers in North Vietnam. Chomsky hasadmitted in print  to delivering this speech.
Anders Lewis, Noam Chomsky: Unrepentant Stalinist
Debunks the Chomsky propaganda version of the Vietnam War.
Noam Chomsky, Education Camps or Tiger Cages?
Chomsky whitewashes the concentration  camps  in post-war Vietnam.
Noam Chomsky, Comments on Cambodia [PDF]
Chomsky credits the Khmer Rouge dictatorship with saving up to a million lives.
James A. Donald, Chomsky Lies
Point-by-point refutation of Chomsky’s infamous genocide denial essay in The Nation.
Noam Chomsky, Letter on Cambodia  [PDF]
Leopold Labedz, Chomsky Revisited  [PDF]
Chomsky suggests that Khmer Rouge atrocities have been inflated by “a factor of 1,000.” He is then taken apart by Labedz in one of the most devastating rebuttals ever written. If you only read one discussion of Chomsky’s political views, make it this one.
Robert Manne, Response to Chomsky [PDF]
West Midlands Anarchists, Noam Chomsky on Cambodia
First-rate analyses of Chomsky’s genocide denial.
Sophal Ear, The Standard Total Academic View on Cambodia  
Bruce Sharp, Averaging Wrong Answers: Noam Chomsky and the Cambodia Controversy
Massively detailed studies of Chomsky’s Khmer Rouge apologetics.
Nathan Folkert, Noam Chomsky on the CIA Demographic Catastrophe Report
Chomsky’s falsification of the CIA demographic study of Cambodia.
Noam Chomsky and Murray Rothbard, Exchange: Noam Chomsky on Cambodia [PDF]
Noam Chomsky and Charles Burton, Exchange on Cambodia [PDF]
Noam Chomsky and Adam Roberts, Exchange on Cambodia
“Trilateral Chairman,” Noam Chomsky on Cambodia  
Michael Ezra, Chomsky’s Cambodian Chutzpah Continues  
Sophal Ear and Geoffrey Cain, Chomsky Should Listen to His Own Advice and Admit Errors  
In which Chomsky is repeatedly caught lying about his own lies about mass murder.
Roger Lippman, Noam Chomsky’s Denials of Serbian War Crimes  
Marko Attila Hoare, Chomsky’s Srebrenica Shame - and The Guardian’s
Chomsky’s appalling record on the war crimes in Yugoslavia.
Ed Vulliamy et al., Srebrenica: Defending the Truth  
Marko Attila Hoare, The Guardian, Noam Chomsky and the Milosevic Lobby
Bosnia specialists and genocide survivors denounce Chomsky.
Oliver Kamm et al., Chomsky, The Guardian and Bosnia
Newspaper columnists denounce Chomsky.
Oliver Kamm, Chomsky Bamboozles on the Balkans I  II  III
Chomsky falsifies sources to conceal war crimes and concentration camps.
David Watson, Letter to the New Statesman  
Roger Lippman, Noam Chomsky on Kosovo
Chomsky’s disgraceful apologetics for the crimes of the Milosevic regime.
Marko Attila Hoare, Is it Really True That “East Timor Was Worse Than Bosnia or Kosovo”?
Detailed refutation of Chomsky’s abuse of the East Timor tragedy in his campaign to belittle the bloodbaths in the former Yugoslavia.
Paul Bogdanor, The Devil State: Chomsky’s War Against Israel [PDF]
Comprehensively refutes Chomsky’s lies about the Arab-Israeli conflict. From Edward Alexander and Paul Bogdanor, eds., The Jewish Divide Over Israel; an abridged version appeared in Peter Collier and David Horowitz, eds., The Anti-Chomsky Reader .
Alan Dershowitz, Chomsky’s Immoral Divestiture Petition  
Benjamin Kerstein, Noam Chomsky is an Iconic Mass Murderer...
The Chomsky-Dershowitz debates on Israel.
Ali Hussein, Chomsky Needs to Learn a Lot More About Lebanon  
David Horowitz and Jacob Laksin, Noam Chomsky’s Love Affair With Nazis  
Zachary Hughes, Noam Chomsky’s Support For Hezbollah
Chomsky travels to Lebanon and openly embraces  the genocidal fanatics  of Hezbollah.
Noam Chomsky, Hamas Policies Are More Conducive to a Peaceful Settlement Than Those of the US or Israel
Chomsky tells Lebanese viewers that Hamas positions are “preferable to the policies of the United States and Israel,” which are “very similar to those of Hitler.”
David Bernstein, Chomsky on Moshe Dayan  
Adam Holland, Quoting Chomsky’s Misquotes  
Oliver Kamm, Chomsky and Conspiracy Theory  
Adriene Sere, The Dance of Deception  
Alan Dershowitz, Chomsky’s New Blood Libel  
Oliver Kamm, Chomsky on Palestine & Israel  
Joel B. Pollak, 60 Years of Self-Destruction
Typical Chomsky falsehoods exposed.
William D. Rubinstein, Chomsky and the Neo-Nazis [PDF]
Examines Chomsky’s belief that Holocaust denial is not antisemitic and that Holocaust deniers have been maligned. Also notes the parallel between Nazi apologetics and Chomsky’s Khmer Rouge genocide denial.
Pierre Vidal-Naquet, On Faurisson and Chomsky
On the notorious Chomsky preface to Faurisson’s book.
Nadine Fresco, The Denial of the Dead: On the Faurisson Affair
Detailed analysis of the Faurisson scandal.
Werner Cohn, Partners in Hate: Noam Chomsky and the Holocaust Deniers
The definitive work on Chomsky’s neo-Nazi involvements.
Werner Cohn, Chomsky and the French Neo-Nazis: Some Documents
Comments on the Guillaume essay below.
Werner Cohn, Chomsky’s Veracity Problem - Continued
More evidence of Chomsky’s collusion with the Holocaust deniers.
Rachel Neuwirth, The Chomsky File
The sordid history of Chomsky’s involvement with Jew-hatred, which extends beyond collaboration with Holocaust deniers.
Chomsky’s Jewish Critics
Edward Alexander, The Secret Life of Noam Chomsky [PDF]
Carlos P. Otero, The Attack on Noam Chomsky Was Unjustified [PDF]
Edward A. Stern, Noam Chomsky’s Politics and Albert Einstein’s Violin [PDF]
Noam Chomsky, Chomsky’s Words Stand on Their Own [PDF]
Edward Alexander and Edward A. Stern, Response to Chomsky [PDF]
Illuminating debate on Chomsky’s antisemitic connections.
Noam Chomsky and Edward Alexander, Exchange: Holocaust Denial [PDF]
Chomsky tries to cover his tracks with a defamatory rant  against his chief opponent.
Chomsky’s Nazi Admirers
Pierre Guillaume, A Clarification
A French Holocaust denier shows how Chomsky single-handedly saved the denial movement from collapse. He even gave the deniers translation rights for his books! Chomsky assisted in the preparation of this essay. For discussion, see the preceding articles by Cohn.
Institute for Historical Review, “One of the Best Exposés of Zionist Mythology...”  
Institute for Historical Review, “Chomsky’s Valuable Insights...”
American Holocaust deniers endorse Chomsky’s anti-Israel ravings.
Friends of Oswald Mosley, Noam Chomsky’s Search For the Truth
British fascists sing Chomsky’s praises.
War on Terrorism
Noam Chomsky, On the Bombings  
Brian Carnell, Chomsky Needs a Fact-Checker  
Brian Carnell, How Many People Died as a Result of US Bombing of Sudan?  
Oliver Kamm, Chomsky Redux
In which Chomsky equates the 9/11 massacres with the bombing of a deserted factory in Sudan, invokes a worthless source and fabricates statements by Human Rights Watch.
Noam Chomsky, The New War Against Terror
Chomsky’s infamous lie about American plans for a “silent genocide” in Afghanistan. Chomsky warns (at 9:20-9:30 and 10:35-11:15 mins.) that millions will die within “the next couple of weeks.”
Massive Food Delivery Averts Afghan Famine  
Ronald Radosh, The Last Word on the Afghan “Genocide”  
Brian Carnell, Chomsky Backpedals on Silent Genocide in Afghanistan
Chomsky accused the Bush Administration of planning to murder 3-4 million people, but when it turned out that American intervention had prevented a famine in Afghanistan, he denied making the accusation.
Noam Chomsky, On Afghanistan  
Brian Carnell, Chomsky: Take Bin Laden at His Word
Chomsky declares it “entirely possible” that bin Laden did not know about 9/11 – even when bin Laden is quoted saying that he did know – and adds that “there are no innocent victims” of terrorism.
Charles Kalina, Re: Drain the Swamp and There Will Be No More Mosquitoes
Point-by-point refutation of Chomsky’s post-9/11 sophistries.
Christian Beckner, Chomsky Doesn’t Know His WMDs
Chomsky shows that he does not understand the difference between radiological and nuclear weapons.
Jacob Laksin, The Ayatollah of Anti-Americanism  
Michael Weiss, Fisking Chomsky’s Latest Bilge on Iran  
Michael Weiss, Fun With Chomsky’s Latest Hiccup
Chomsky’s lies about the Iraq war and the Iranian nuclear crisis.
Noam Chomsky, My Reaction to Osama Bin Laden’s Death  
Christopher Hitchens, Chomsky’s Follies  
Bret Stephens, From Chomsky to Bin Laden
Chomsky denounces the killing of bin Laden while continuing to deny his involvement in 9/11.
Chomsky’s Conspiracy Theories
Chomsky Calls US Imperialistic  [PDF]
Chomsky suggests that America is planning a war against Europe.
Chomsky Misuses Facts  [PDF]
Chomsky fabricates American plans to exploit the Iranian hostage crisis by building new missile systems and encircling the Indian Ocean.
Chomsky Lectures on US Foreign Policy
Chomsky asserts that the Clinton Administration is “the most extreme fundamentalist administration,” but the American population “hasn’t got a clue to what’s going on.”
Faculty Hold Teach-In on Divestment
Chomsky claims that America arms and finances Arab suicide bombers.
Interview: An Hour With Noam Chomsky  [PDF]
Chomsky argues (page 119) that sports, sex and Who Wants to be a Millionaire? are media tools for manipulating the population.
Larissa MacFarquhar, The Devil’s Accountant [Excerpts]
Chomsky claims that Pearl Harbor saved millions of lives and that America and Britain used Nazi armies to attack the Soviet Union and prolong the Holocaust.
Bill Frezza, A Lion in Winter
Chomsky suggests that America is selling nuclear warheads to the Israeli air force and that the search for a cancer cure is hoax.
Konrad Koerner, The Anatomy of a Revolution in the Social Sciences: Chomsky in 1962
A respected historian of linguistics shows how Chomsky actually achieved academic prominence.
Barry Eshkol Adelman, An Underdiscussed Aspect of Chomsky (1959)
Exposes repeated instances of distortion and misquotation in Chomsky’s famous assault on B. F. Skinner.
Peter Schweizer, Noam Chomsky, Closet Capitalist
Alleges that Chomsky made millions of dollars from the political system he despises.
Samuel Korb, Chomsky’s Allegations Should Be Questioned
Eye-witness account of bullying by Chomsky.
Larissa MacFarquhar, The Devil’s Accountant [Excerpts]
More examples of bullying by Chomsky.

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Soviet Union “The Soviet dictatorship was not only "morally equivalent" to democratic America, in Chomsky’s view, but actually better because it was less powerful.”


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