Noam Chomsky

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(academic, gatekeeper)
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BornAvram Noam Chomsky
1928-12-07
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Alma materUniversity of Pennsylvania
ReligionJewish
Children • Aviva
• Diane
• Harry
Member ofJustice for Megrahi
InterestsUS foreign policy
Publicly acclaimed critic of US foreign policy with an encylopaedic knowledge of history, Chomsky has become a gatekeeper by his refusal to contemplate false flag attacks.

Noam Chomsky is an eloquent and renowned critic of US foreign policy. He states that The United States is the Biggest Terrorist State in the World[1] but is a firm supporter of the the US government's official narrative of what happened on September 11, 2001. His failure to address the issue of false flag terror has led many to term him as a gatekeeper.

Denial of Deep Politics

Progressive on many points, Noam Chomsky refuses to address the reality of deep politics. He has nothing to say about false flag attacks and other such deep events. He once exclaimed "Even if it were true [that 9/11 was an inside job], which is extremely unlikely, who cares? I mean, it doesn’t have any significance."[2][3] It is interesting that the foundation funded Democracy Now! repeatedly chooses Chomsky to interview about 9/11.[4]

Peace Award

In November 2017, the International Peace Bureau announced that Noam Chomsky had been awarded the MacBride Peace Prize "for his tireless commitment to peace, his strong critiques to US foreign policy, and his anti-imperialism."

Professor Chomsky has been properly described as “a genuine people’s hero, an inspiration for struggles all over the world for that basic decency known as freedom”, as “one of the greatest and most radical public thinkers of our time”, “one of the most significant challengers of unjust power and delusions”, and as a ‘guru’ for the world’s anti-capitalist and anti-imperialist movement. In recent years, in addition to his continuing contributions to the fields of linguistics, philosophy and cognitive science, his critiques have focused on the US post-9-11War on Terror” which has provided cover for a continuation of US imperial policies, and the imperative of addressing the dangers posed by nuclear weapons and climate change.[5]

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Legal Case

NamePlaintiff(s)Defendant(s)StartEndDescription
Hedges v. ObamaDaniel Ellsberg
Chris Hedges
Noam Chomsky
Jenifer Bolen
Kai Wargalla
Birgitta Jónsdóttir
Alexa O'Brien
Barack Obama
Leon Panetta
John McCain
John Boehner
Harry Reid
Eric Cantor
John Michael McConnell
US Department of Defense
United States of America
Nancy Pelosi
13 January 201228 April 2014The plaintiffs challenged the 2012 NDAA contending that indefinite detention on "suspicion of providing substantial support" to groups such as al-Qaeda and the Taliban was so vague as to allow unconstitutional, indefinite detention of civilians based on vague allegations. The Court of Appeals struck down an initial agreement, and the US Supreme Court concurred, arguing that the plaintiffs could not prove they would be affected by the law, so had no standing to contest it.

 

A Quote by Noam Chomsky

PageQuoteDateSource
Alan Dershowitz“... not only a remarkable liar and slanderer, but also an extreme opponent of elementary civil rights.”17 August 2006Noam Chomsky web site

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)
Document:Left-leaning Despisers of the 9-11 Truth Movementopen letter6 July 2010David Ray Griffin


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