Rebuttal of Noam Chomsky’s 9/11 Comments

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911 Blogger | July 3, 2008

The Corbett Report has just released a two-part documentary as a rebuttal to Chomsky’s infamous 9/11 comments. These videos seek to expose the nonsensical and contradictory arguments Chomsky makes in trying to discredit 9/11 Truth. The documentary is intended to be an activist tool for spreading 9/11 Truth to academics, leftists and Chomskyites. If you think it is well-presented, please help get the word out by sending the link to people you think it might wake up.

The first video covers Chomsky’s denial of the viability of 9/11 science and his bizarre non sequitur that people shouldn’t look into 9/11 Truth because someone can make up a conspiracy about a car crash.

Noam Chomsky: Manufacturing Dissent 1/2

In our second video we delve into some of the numerous reasons people should look into 9/11 Truth, from terrorist financiers meeting with intelligence committee chairman on the day of the attack to CIA insider trading to Able Danger to military drills. We end by answering Chomsky’s infamous question “Who cares?” about 9/11 Truth.


If you think these videos are effective, please help spread the word on them.

Noam Chomsky: Manufacturing Dissent 2/2

NOTE: This is a re-post of an earlier entry. The videos were edited to correct the earlier mistaken implication that Chomsky’s comments in video 1 came after the publication of Professor Jones et. al.’s scientific peer-reviewed paper. The comments were in fact made 10 days before the release of that article, though it makes no difference to the argument contained in the videos.

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