Manufacturing Consent
Noam Chomsky and the Media

Manufacturing Consent - Noam Chomsky and the Media
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Truth-seeking has limitations. He still won't talk about 911 Truth or JFK assassination. He is controlled. Claims they're "unimportant." Unbelievable. How could anything be more important in our history? Everything in recent history derives from them. Like Amy Goodman and Howard Zinn. ...Read more

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Austin

What is this "9/11 Truth" that you speak of?

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Nati

Thank you for your comment. I never thought there would be limitations to what he was saying until I started thinking about what you mentioned - the officially approved academic dissidents/tokens. Now I'm sure these people are not obtuse or naive so I was curious as to why they would avoid ...Read more

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Neil

Wow- so glad to hear you speak out on that. You're right- he (or Zinn, Hedges, Cornell West, etc) is not that obtuse. He is intimidated. It is, as you suggest, pretty mind-bending though. They seem to go about their day thinking they are pretty righteous, clear-thinking dudes. To be fair, if ...Read more

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