Monday, May 15, 2006

Chomsky and Carter...Who Needs Enemies

Leftist Icons Show Disdain for Israel and America

Israel and United States have enough enemies around the world. Unfortunately, support for terrorist groups that murder Israeli Jews and have aspirations to add Americans to their death toll are publicly supported by heroes of the left.

Liberal intellectual icon Noam Chomsky who I often describe as a self-loathing Jew, recently met with Hassan Nasrallah, Secretary General of
Hezbollah. Chomsky declared his support for Hezbollah's refusal to disarm. At the same meeting he stated the United States is one of the world's leading terrorist states.

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, who has made condemning Israel and defending terrorists his career since leaving office, recently wrote and op-ed piece harshly criticizing Israel and the United States for cutting off funding to the Hamas controlled Palestinian government. Carter clearly blames Israel for stalled peace talks and believes the stalemate in the roadmap is the main reason why Hamas was elected by the Palestinian people. Carter fails to mention that Hamas terrorist bombings for years before the recent elections may have played a role in stalled peace negotiations.

Nobody uses the old Jewish hate rhetoric of "Blame the Jews" better than Jimmy Carter, with the exception being Noam Chomsky. With friends like Chomsky and Carter, groups who want to finish the job Hitler started, gain legitimacy when they are supported and defended by high profile Americans who are worshipped by the political left.


Paulie



2 Comments:

At 9/18/2006 9:47 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are apparently in the category of people who complain about Chomsky without reading the man. Feel free to pick up a book sometime and actually read it instead of listening to second-hand interpretations. Try to understand what is being said without resorting to canned talking points and faked shock at objective analysis. One thing you can be sure of is that Chomsky condemns violence. He might explain why people are violent of course, and you might not believe or like the explanation because it points a finger where you don't like it being pointed. The fundamental problem is that some people think it's okay when they are the ones doing the killing, but not the other way around. That's an issue of universality of course: If it's okay for you to kill under explanation X, then why is it not okay for someone else to do the same thing, using the same explanation X? And whenever you have to resort to something like "but you can't say that about our country" you have lost the argument since every crazy dictator says that about his own troops or motives. Anyway, enjoy your education.

 
At 9/18/2006 10:01 PM , Blogger Paulie said...

I have read and listened to Chomsky for years and yes he does deplore violence. However, the mere fact he met with Nasrallah and believes Hezbollah should not disarm makes him part of the problem not part of the solution.

You can make every argument you want that Hezbollah and Hamas are morally equivical to Israel. Just remember this mere fact. If Israel had weapons and Hezbollah/Hamas did not, there would be no killing. If Israel had no weapons but they did, you would have another Holocaust...end of argument.

 

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