Noam Chomsky

Liberal scholar Noam Chomsky condemns Antifa

 

Liberal scholar and progressive icon Noam Chomsky has some harsh words for the violent alt-left group Antifa and the mainstream Democrats who support them.

“As for Antifa, it’s a minuscule fringe of the Left, just as its predecessors were,” Chomsky told the Washington Examiner on Thursday. “It’s a major gift to the Right, including the militant Right, who are exuberant.”

The Weight of Chains 2

'The Weight of Chains 2' is a Canadian documentary film by Boris Malagurski dealing with neoliberal reforms in the Balkans and the effects of these reforms on all aspects of life in the former Yugoslavia, from politics, economics, military, culture and education to the media.

"Right-wing, anti-establishment sentiments - end of EU"

The surge in right-wing and anti-establishment sentiments due to of failed neo-liberal policies in Europe is likely to lead to EU's collapse, says Noam Chomsky.

The U.S. scholar and activist also told RT that Marine Le Pen's victory in France's presidential elections means she would likely initiate the so-called Frexit, i.e., France's departure from the EU.

Three academics arrested on charges of terror propaganda

An Istanbul court arrested three Turkish academics late March 15 for "making terrorist propaganda" when they read out a joint petition signed by more than 1,000 colleagues calling for an end to clashes between security forces and militants of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) in January. 

Chomsky slams Erdogan as Turkey detains anti-war academics

Prominent U.S. philosopher and linguist Noam Chomsky has strongly criticized Turkish President Recep Erdogan for the military operation against Kurds.

Erdogan said Chomsky, who along with 1,128 Turkish and foreign academics from 89 universities signed an open letter protesting against Turkey's attacks on Kurdish areas, as being "in the dark" and displaying "colonialist mentality."

18 academics detained, over 130 face criminal charges amid accusations by president of 'terrorist propaganda'

Turkish police have detained at least 18 academics who signed a petition calling for an end to military operations in southeastern Anatolia, while more than 130 academics are facing criminal charges. The moves come just days after President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an slammed the signatories for making "terrorist propaganda."

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