Tag Archives: Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky – “Russia Hysteria”

Chomsky’s Philosophy offers a blend of information and thinking for world intellectuals that are seeking another unique viewpoint on world conditions.

Noam Chomsky on Mass Media Obsession with Russia & the Stories Not Being Covered in the Trump Era

The New York Times reports special counsel Robert Mueller is scrutinizing President Trump's tweets as part of Mueller's expanding probe into Trump's ties to Russia. This latest revelation in the Mueller investigation is part of a nearly 24-hour stream of headlines about Trump, Russia and the administration's various scandals. But is the mainstream media missing the real stories amid its obsession with "Russiagate"? By Democracy Now!   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6qk01yq-dY     Read more [...]

Noam Chomsky On Russiagate/Mass Media

Noam Chomsky discusses Corporate Media (Fox,MSNBC,CNN) on Democracy Now! July 2018. Litttle-known facts of government workings and activities.

Noam Chomsky – Is Iran a Threat?

Enjoy the philosophy and knowledge of Noam Chomsky in this seven-minute video.

Why Israel is a Sacred Cow for America

Noam Chomsky reveals the truth about conservatives, radical Islam and their support for Israel. Chomsky offers his perspective on today’s world and in this paticular interview, on Israel and America.

Noam Chomsky on Donald Trump and the Prospect of Nuclear War

American intellectual and public figure Noam Chomsky is well-known for his articulate criticisms of US politics; foreign interference, and the global economy. Professor Chomsky is a long-time professor of linguistics and philosophy at MIT and more recently the University of Arizona.

Noam Chomsky On The New Trump Era – Upfront Special

“The most predictable aspect of Trump is unpredictability. I think that this is dangerous, very dangerous,” says Noam Chomsky.

Noam Chomsky on US-Russia Relations

Noam Chomsky speaks on the new Trump Era, and on US-Russia Relations. That and more including NATO and world politics and the possibility of war.