Noam Chomsky states the obvious

Obvious to you, me, and Noam Chomsky, obviously. But to the hawkish disaster-capitalist types, maybe not so:

“Aggressors have no rights. Responsibilities, maybe, but no rights.”

I wonder what PNAC, BushCo, Halliburton, etc. will all do when they find out that they have no right to be in Iraq. Something tells me they will only find it out the hardest possible way.

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2 Responses to Noam Chomsky states the obvious

  1. janfromthebruce says:

    Thanks for putting that utube clip up. Noam Chomsky has and continues to be the “voice of consciousness” for Western uncivilized societies, which include Canada, as we are complacent, and implicitly involved. And what of Afghanistan, just the extended front of anti-terrorist mime.

  2. Bina says:

    Yeah, I’m angry about Afghanistan, too…it is clearly not being run by or for the Afghan people. Outside of Kabul, Hamid Karzai has no support–what does that say about him? Considering that he is connected with Unocal, the company that tried unsuccessfully to get the Taliban to let them build an oil pipeline through the country, perhaps that’s all not so surprising.
    I note in passing that the “west” thought the Taliban were quite acceptable when they were only bombing ancient Buddhas and oppressing women to death. But once that pipeline deal failed to go through, well! That, and NOT 9-11, changed everything.
    This is why I think the only real way for Canada to support the troops is to get the hell out of the war. Anything else is just throwing good blood after bad.

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