Linguist and philosopher Noam Chomsky on our country’s brutal class warfare — and why it’s ultimately so one-sided
Take the time to read through this interview; it covers not only labor movement issues but also propaganda and the money spent to divide voters and the population against each other.
Listen to a lecture by Noam Chomsky, given in Montreal in Oct. 2013. A talk focusing on declining U.S. hegemony, tracking political patterns back to the end of WWII, throughout the imperialist politics in Asia during the Cold War, to the turn against U.S. influence in Latin America over the past decade. Importantly this talk also highlights the importance of social action, of grassroots movements on changing the course of political history.
Thanks to Canadian Dimension for organizing the lecture, recorded for broadcast on CKUT radio in Montreal by Stefan Christoff. Free to download / broadcast / distribute for non-profit purposes. (photo Chomsky lecture blackboard)
In a powerful speech, Chomsky lays out how the majority of policies of the US are practically opposite of wide swathes of the public.