Noam Chomsky Democracy Now – in conversation with Jonathan Freedland-Minimalist Program US Terrorism

Noam Chomsky Democracy Now - in conversation with Jonathan Freedland-Minimalist Program US Terrorism

[Noam Chomsky 2016] Noam Chomsky Democracy Now – in conversation with Jonathan Freedland – US Terrorism
Noam Chomsky Democracy Now – US Terrorism
Philosopher, cognitive scientist and political activist Noam Chomsky discusses the roles of the state and the mass media, 25 years on from his essential work Manufacturing Consent.

A prelude to Propaganda: Power and Persuasion – a major British Library exhibition lifting the lid on the ways governments across the planet have attempted to influence your thoughts for over 100 years.
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About Prof Noam Chomsky:
Avram Noam Chomsky (/ˈnoʊm ˈtʃɒmski/; born December 7, 1928) is an American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, historian, logician, social critic, and political activist. Sometimes described as “the father of modern linguistics”, Chomsky is also a major figure in analytic philosophy, and one of the founders of the field of cognitive science. He has spent more than half a century at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he is Institute Professor Emeritus, and is the author of over 100 books on topics such as linguistics, war, politics, and mass media. Ideologically, he aligns with anarcho-syndicalism and libertarian socialism.

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  • Kristopher Williams

    i cannot stand that moderator, at all. he can't conceptualize chomsky's macro view of life, nor does he comprehend the historical relevance pertaining to the questions he asks.

    freedland, please stick to facebook, this gig's not for you.

  • richard rennie

    Shame, poor Freedland, what a dick.

  • Lucy Plasencia

    Hey Chomsky tell your friends in Wall Street to stop rippling Americans off ! 2.3 trillion just happened to go missing from the books? One trillion (1000 billion) of the loss was reported on September 10, 2001. That’s right, the day before 9/11 and we haven’t heard one dam thing since. It appears that huge amounts of military equipment was classified as “surplus” and then given to or sold to the Israelis at pennies on the dollar. Rabbi Zakheim has had zero legal troubles over the matter and eased on into a high-paying gig in the military/industrial complex, with the firm Booz Allen Hamilton.

  • Shoko Yonaha

    Chomsky's been concerned about OKINAWA, too. He's against HENOKO. He's against the US Military presence here in OKINAWA. These days I've been listening to his lectures and interviews through YouTube. Fortunately we can access his voices and ideas (philosophy) repeatedly. I suppose he represents genuine conscience that stands for real democracy.
    His own life story is also interesting. I'd like to know more about him. CM bothers me in this VIDEO. Sounds like many don't like Freedland.

  • XxXcrizzionXxX

    I love how this guy tells Noam he's wrong and then when asked what his arguments are, he immediately jumps to questions "moving on to different themes".

  • Ran

    Friedland, please shut up. Nobody wants to hear you speak.

  • Chigozie Oliver Igboebisiokwu

    I love Noam, Friedland is a horrible piece of work.

  • Larkinchance

    The moderator is rude

  • MckennaCountrCulture

    Jonathan Freedland is annoying here

  • kit

    thanks it's always great hearing about Chomsky's childhood