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Noam Chomsky Has No Opinion on Building 7

from Bob Tuskin:

Bob Tuskin questions Noam Chomsky about 9/11. His shocking response and position over the years on 9/11 has baffled many. He invited AE 9/11 truth to present their evidence to MIT. We will let you be the judge of his response.

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7 comments to Noam Chomsky Has No Opinion on Building 7

  • andrew james

    All I can think of is what a stodgy old bastard.

  • Fred Hayek

    Noam Chomsky is a corrupt hack. He’s always been a corrupt hack. The fact that he occasionally identifies an enemy of the awakened and libertarian community as also being his enemy should not fool anyone into thinking he’s a good guy.

    Since when has Noam Chomsky counseled sitting placidly and accepting the dumb consensus point of view of the most establishment oriented publications of industry and academia?

    This strikes me as his wanting to avoid this association because the corporate media has so successfully linked not accepting the official story of 9-11 with being part of the lunatic fringe.

  • karim(french)

    noam chomsky is a jew whose job is to make look internationnaly that it is the usa the biggest problem in the world and that israel is just a tool in the usa geopolitics toolbox but that is just a play. of course he has no opinion, because when you dig in 9/11, and not just listening to alex jones well you see sionism almost everywhere.

  • jonathan

    This is the epitome of Fascism we must go to specific chosen institutions who will bestow on us the right to present our evidence to the world. Fuck you Noam Chomsky.

  • Bob A

    What a disgusting pig. A ‘small minority’ believe this nonsense??? 2000 of the brightest minds believe that building 7 came down in free fall speed. These weren’t dummies, and it wasn’t a small group of people. As a matter of fact, that list is growing! What a pig.

  • monica

    it just goes to show, the term “intellectual” is devoid of any association with character, true intelligence, moral courage or connection with reality. bob a,totally agree, he is a pig… my deceased 88 year old mother used to call them “damn dirty dogs”.

  • JC


    You sneaky bastard…let me engage you with a few facts. First, this is not a “few” architects and engineers that have put their name on the line – it is now over 2,000! This, by the way, does not mean the remaining architects and engineers have studied the videotape, NIST report, 9/11 commission report, etc. and provided an opinion supporting the government narrative. And please don’t give me this crap about how painless it is to refute the government story on 9/11 – these people own the media, academic institutions, etc. and will destroy any person that comes out on this. Just look at what happened to the professor at Brigham Young that issued his report on nano thermite.

    Second, the Bush administration did attempt to tie the attacks to Iraq. You act as if Dick Cheney telling the nation on Sunday morning talk shows had no effect on the country’s willingness to invade. Second, Afghanistan is relevant from a resource standpoint, namely with heroin, gas pipelines and lithium reserves. It also provides a nice pay day for the military industrial complex.

    This is like debating a child – can you believe this guys is heralded as a modern day champion of human rights? He is bought and paid for. Noam – you are a chump.

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