Noam Chomsky warns of false flag “staged or alleged terrorist act, which can change the country instantly”

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By Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor

Noam Chomsky’s bestselling book 9/11 (published a few months after the event) flung absurdities and pixie dust into the eyes of the left, blinding it to the obvious reality of the Zionist-led false flag coup d’état. Here is my critique of Noam Chomsky’s 9/11 nonsense, delivered at last year’s Left Forum in New York City (my talk begins at the 55:40 mark):

Read Prof. Anthony Hall’s extended series of articles entitled “9/11 and the Zionist Question: Is Noam Chomsky a Disinfo Agent for Israel?”

Read my ill-fated email exchange with Chomsky on 9/11

But now, Noam Chomsky is joining his harshest critics – namely Tony Hall and yours truly – in warning of coming false flag that could take American authoritarianism to the next level. In a recent interview headlined Noam Chomsky: Is It Fair to Worry About Trump Staging a False Flag Terrorist Attack?  the guru of the American left put it bluntly:

In order to maintain his popularity, the Trump administration will have to try to find some means of rallying the support and changing the discourse from the policies that they are carrying out, which are basically a wrecking ball to something else. Maybe scapegoating, saying, “Well, I’m sorry, I can’t bring your jobs back because these bad people are preventing it.” And the typical scapegoating goes to vulnerable people: immigrants, terrorists, Muslims and elitists, whoever it may be. And that can turn out to be very ugly.

I think that we shouldn’t put aside the possibility that there would be some kind of staged or alleged terrorist act, which can change the country instantly.

Obviously 9/11 was a “staged, alleged (Arab-Muslim) terrorist attack” which did indeed “change the country instantly” precisely as designed by its orchestrators.  So why is Chomsky still doing everything he can to keep a lid on 9/11, while suddenly warning of a Trump false flag a.k.a. 911-2B?

Could it be that Chomsky and the rest of the left-liberal Zionist team didn’t really mind the way 9/11 was staged to save Israel  – and fear that the emergence of the truth could end the Zionist experiment – but also fear that a Trump 911-2B wouldn’t serve their interests?

 

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9 Responses to "Noam Chomsky warns of false flag “staged or alleged terrorist act, which can change the country instantly”"

  1. thisisanorange  April 18, 2017 at 10:33 am

    There is a very simple reason why Jewish liberals (Chomsky, Norman Finkelstein, Goodman etc) who love to criticize what the “chosen people” are doing in occupied Palestine, will not touch 9/11. They don’t want to see Israel completely wiped off the map, which is what will happen once a significant number of Americans quit watching the Kardashians and realize what actually happened on 9/11.

    Alan Sabrosky:
    Why The Military Knows Israel Did 9/11
    http://youtu.be/kVKGRB3cygg
    [this video was ghost blocked on Twitter in Feb. 2017]

    3:40: Mossad did it. If they do understand that, Israel is going to disappear from this Earth.
    “If Americans ever know that Israel did this they’re gonna scrub them off the earth and they’re not going to give a rat’s ass what the cost is” … 5:25: “the Zionists are playing this as an all or nothing exercise. If they lose this one… [interviewer: That’s it] they’re done”

  2. Mr. Jang  April 5, 2017 at 2:19 am

    get real, indeed. Very well said, that man. Trump is/was also known for cheating at golf, too, and used various kinds of intimidation – depending on who his teeing partners were – in order to keep them mum.
    Buffoon, at best. A stupid buffoon – given what Gordon and Ian have been writing of late – at worst.
    It’s incredible, is it not, that folks are still expecting this guy to turn around and lead us all into the light.

  3. Nephre  April 4, 2017 at 9:51 am

    My belief – since first I became aware of him – was that Trump is a buffoon. Probably no one remembers in the 1990s when there was a “I love the Donald” call-in vote. Something on the order of 7000 respondents with 4000+ voting for “the Donald” – only to be discovered that the 4000 came from a bot that was repeatedly calling and voting for him :). When it came to the “birther issue” – look, for all my life, I’ve been a “one- worlder” a person who is a “let’s-have-a-hug” relationship to the peoples of the world (naive yes I understand). Maturing that to my current stately age, I say, “let’s have a hug with all those who sincerely express honesty and sincere effort and support for good relations” (and let god sort out the rest :). But I did not want someone hired to the presidency illegally – which is what the “birther issue” was. It was a stand in favor of constitutional law being applied to our elections. Thus after 4 years preventing us from seeing it, we got a forgery and Donald looked like a jackass – he was a Trojan (not necessarily the equine kind :). I expect the same of him as President – “good guy?” get real.

  4. Nephre  April 4, 2017 at 7:30 am

    Yep. Noam is quite the disappointment. The mere idea of his using a term like “false flag” is pathetic as I don’t believe that term appears in any of his political scathings ever before. He’s obviously taken a lesson from those whom he most resembles. Quite amazing, he’s a turncoat to the truth, and I would guess (a term I learned here), “a limited hang out” – meaning his entire “political career.” When the truth became clear, he turned tail and ran like one scared little chicken. So much for the “Socrates of our time” eh?

    • Peter Johnson  April 5, 2017 at 1:47 am

      Chomsky is a fraud and always has been

  5. Kevin Barrett  April 4, 2017 at 5:14 am

    “Such simple logic” may be TOO simple. It is always possible that Chomsky is in some ways a bad guy, but that Trump, or his top advisor Steve Bannon, is a worse guy. Keep an open mind, weigh all the evidence, and don’t be deceived by cults of personality and black-and-white thinking.

  6. paul becke  April 3, 2017 at 4:29 pm

    It might be more simply that he would fear for his life, as a very high-profile (in their eyes) demagogue. Not that he is necesssarily aware of it. We humans rationalise easly enough don’t we, when needs must.

    • Kevin Barrett  April 3, 2017 at 5:56 pm

      Amy Goodman fits that description. She told me “I will leave 9/11 activism to you” in a tone of voice suggesting that she was afraid of it, and viewed me as brave or crazy for taking it on. She also allegedly told someone who asked why she wouldn’t report on 9/11 truth: “Are you trying to get me killed?”

      But Chomsky is a different kettle of fish…a rancid, foul-smelling one, to be precise. His passive-aggressive hatred of the truth movement, and the extreme irrationality of his approach to 9/11, suggests that he is acting in bad faith.

  7. US-First  April 3, 2017 at 4:09 pm

    It can be safely said 9/11 is a selective subject for the intellectual maestro who suspecting Israel was involved in the events of that day refuses to be convinced by the truth by deliberately ignoring the facts. A wanton act of ignorance by an intellectual is moral cowardice. Yet it has subsumed the national conscience – look at Congress and the Senate. A cursory look throughout the legal, educational, commercial, media and religious institutions – to name a few, is indicative of this national anti-Logos malaise. The weight of the tragedy would be too much for Chomsky to safely comprehend without needing to see a psychologist to deal with the tribal psychosis of guilt it entails. Better be safe in ignorance than expose oneself to the truth. That said, I highly doubt Chomsky – and most Jews would ever come round to condoning the mass murder of that day if they could ever bring themselves to confront the facts. The Talmud however, could give succor to those prepared to come to terms with it because of its expressed savagery towards Goy in general. One doesn’t need to look further than Jonas Alexis for the Israeli elites attitude towards America in particular and the Goy in general.

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