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"Exterminate All The Brutes"

Jan 22, 2009 Noam Chomsky

Soldiers fighting in northern Gaza were afforded an "inspirational" visit from two leading rabbis, who explained to them that there are no "innocents" in Gaza, so everyone there is a legitimate target, quoting a famous passage from Psalms calling on

The Chomsky - Casey - Hitchens Debate

Oct 25, 2001 Noam Chomsky

An essay is circulating on the internet by a Leo Casey entitled The Unbearable Whiteness of Chomsky's Arguments referring to Chomsky's interactions with Hitchens. Chomsky replied and then Casey responded again. Here is Chomsky's second reply m


'Beyond Truisms'

Michael Albert of Zmag interviews Chomsky: "I sent six questions to Noam Chomsky. His answers, by e-mail..."

Western Civilization?

Sep 25, 2001 Znet

It miight be a good idea as Gandhi is said to have said. Chomsky Interview 5: continuing conversations...


'We Should Not Underestimate The Capacity Of Well-run Propaganda Systems'

(Composite Interview with Noam Chomsky offering a historical perspective on the unfolding events after 9/11)

24 September, 2001

'It Is Neither "New," Nor A "War Against Terrorism"'

Znet

Chomsky Compendium Interview, from Greek, Spanish and French Press, on the unfolding events and US policies in a historical perspective


21 September, 2001

'It Is A New Type Of War'

Znet

Composite Interview by Noam Chomsky -- questions from various phone and periodical interviews...and answers.


13 September, 2001

On the Bombings

Noam Chomsky

These attacks are "a gift to the hard jingoist right, those who hope to use force to control their domains." What do you think?


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