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Noam Chomsky on Trump's bombing in Afghanistan and Syria

Noam Chomsky on Trump's bombing in Afghanistan and Syria

(10:56) The worst possible way of dealing with radical Islam.

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COncernedCitizen COncernedCitizen (237 days ago)

Making sure I understant Noam correctly. He really thinks the best solution to 9/11 was to negotiate with the terrorists to have them independently put Bin Laden on trial?

The guy was the founder of al-Qaeda so it's unlikely al-Qaeda would have given him up as easily as Noam assumes.

Bin Laden was already a wanted terrorist for the 1998 US embasssy bombings and they didn't give him up then and we didn't actively seek him out either. Did al-Qaeda give him an independent trial then? Nope.

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Making sure I understant Noam correctly. He really thinks the best solution to 9/11 was to negotiate with the terrorists to have them independently put Bin Laden on trial?

The guy was the founder of al-Qaeda so it's unlikely al-Qaeda would have given him up as easily as Noam assumes.

Bin Laden was already a wanted terrorist for the 1998 US embasssy bombings and they didn't give him up then and we didn't actively seek him out either. Did al-Qaeda give him an independent trial then? Nope.

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Guest: (236 days ago)

Al-Qaeda was supported, funded and armed by Ronald Reagan & co.

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Al-Qaeda was supported, funded and armed by Ronald Reagan & co.

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Guest: i8798279432 (236 days ago)

Actually, we all saw the Osama interview denying that he did 9/11. If a reporter could go there and interview him before the war - so could the military have taken him out.

We bombed a Syrian airbase a few weeks ago when they (allegedly) took off from, to use chemical weapons. we could have done the same if it was Osama who did the 9/11 attacks.

You must remember that Bush wanted to go straight into Iraq after 9/11, but he was convinced not to do that - as we could not sell that to the World.

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Actually, we all saw the Osama interview denying that he did 9/11. If a reporter could go there and interview him before the war - so could the military have taken him out.

We bombed a Syrian airbase a few weeks ago when they (allegedly) took off from, to use chemical weapons. we could have done the same if it was Osama who did the 9/11 attacks.

You must remember that Bush wanted to go straight into Iraq after 9/11, but he was convinced not to do that - as we could not sell that to the World.

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COncernedCitizen COncernedCitizen (236 days ago)

First, the war in Iraq had nothing to do with the 9/11 terrorist attacks. That was about the international intelligence concluding that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. They happened around the same time so you're trying to conclude that they were related.

You think an interview from a Pakastani news company -- from the same country that was harboring Osama and not allowing the US to enter -- means that the US can just fly a CNN reporter into Pakastan and interview him too or that the military can invade a sovern allied country like Pakastan and peform military maneuvers. Pakistan did nothing to apprehend Osama even afer the US gave 20 billion in aid to Pakistan. This is why Seal Team 6 did it at night covertly after we finally got good intelligence on his location.

Anyway, it doesn't matter what someone says during an interview. Most serial killers claim "not guilty" when asked in a court of law but are later found guilty without any reasonable doubt. If you read the 9/11 commissioners report, you would know that Osama was lying during that interview.

The airport that was bombed in Syria was nothing more than a show of force. We did that to make them aware that we will not stand by while chemicals are used to kill innocent people. The damage we did was very minimal and the airport was back up and running the next day.

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First, the war in Iraq had nothing to do with the 9/11 terrorist attacks. That was about the international intelligence concluding that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. They happened around the same time so you're trying to conclude that they were related.

You think an interview from a Pakastani news company -- from the same country that was harboring Osama and not allowing the US to enter -- means that the US can just fly a CNN reporter into Pakastan and interview him too or that the military can invade a sovern allied country like Pakastan and peform military maneuvers. Pakistan did nothing to apprehend Osama even afer the US gave 20 billion in aid to Pakistan. This is why Seal Team 6 did it at night covertly after we finally got good intelligence on his location.

Anyway, it doesn't matter what someone says during an interview. Most serial killers claim "not guilty" when asked in a court of law but are later found guilty without any reasonable doubt. If you read the 9/11 commissioners report, you would know that Osama was lying during that interview.

The airport that was bombed in Syria was nothing more than a show of force. We did that to make them aware that we will not stand by while chemicals are used to kill innocent people. The damage we did was very minimal and the airport was back up and running the next day.

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Guest: (236 days ago)

How can an alleged Libertarian support the current American foreign policy? That just doesn't add up.

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How can an alleged Libertarian support the current American foreign policy? That just doesn't add up.

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COncernedCitizen COncernedCitizen (236 days ago)

I never said I was a libertarian. I have been keeping my political alignment secret. You may guess based upon my comments but I haven't stated what it is and I will not confirm nor deny it right now.

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I never said I was a libertarian. I have been keeping my political alignment secret. You may guess based upon my comments but I haven't stated what it is and I will not confirm nor deny it right now.

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Guest: (236 days ago)

Gee, isn't it funny how Libtards are now so ashamed of their political view they can't even acknowledge it. Hilarious really.

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Gee, isn't it funny how Libtards are now so ashamed of their political view they can't even acknowledge it. Hilarious really.

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COncernedCitizen COncernedCitizen (236 days ago)

I'm not ashamed but I have seen what Boreme users do to other members who reveal too much personal information. Get used to reading the words of my messge without knowing about the person behind the words.

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I'm not ashamed but I have seen what Boreme users do to other members who reveal too much personal information. Get used to reading the words of my messge without knowing about the person behind the words.

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Guest: (236 days ago)

Typical Libtard afraid to share his political position out of shame for what liberals have become. Of course it doesn't matter as we can tell everything all we need to judging from your typical Libtard comments, all boiling down to accepting the liberal narrative without question like all good sheeple. Always amuses me.

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Typical Libtard afraid to share his political position out of shame for what liberals have become. Of course it doesn't matter as we can tell everything all we need to judging from your typical Libtard comments, all boiling down to accepting the liberal narrative without question like all good sheeple. Always amuses me.

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Guest: (236 days ago)

Reread and replace 'we' with 'I'. Reality excluding projection makes the most sense.

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Reread and replace 'we' with 'I'. Reality excluding projection makes the most sense.

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Guest: (236 days ago)
Latest comment:

("My therapist told me I project so it must be the same for you")

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("My therapist told me I project so it must be the same for you")

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