Noam Chomsky: Things Are Ugly—Do Something About It

Noam Chomsky: Things Are Ugly—Do Something About It

Noam Chomsky: Things Are Ugly—Do Something About It

Repression after 9/11 is nothing compared to what’s come before, and our tools to fight it are greater.

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Post-9/11 repression pales in comparison to what Americans have had in the past, and we have more ways to make a change than people used to have. So why aren’t we doing anything with them?

“I’ve never seen such fear and anger in the country before,” Noam Chomsky says in this video. “On the other hand, the opportunities are greater than before. There’s much more freedom.”

Alec Luhn

Meanwhile, America’s energy hegemony abroad is eroding, and the Arab Spring continues that trend, Noam Chomsky writes.

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