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Noam Chomsky: Europe Is Now Suffering From Its Relative Humanity

Occupy Greek solidarity

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Dandelion Salad

with Noam Chomsky

Oct 16, 2012 by

An interview with the world-renowned linguistics and political scholar, writer, and activist Noam Chomsky, discussing the financial crisis in Greece and worldwide, the global democratic deficit, and possible solutions for Greece to emerge from the crisis.

Aired October 11, 2012.


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8 Responses

  1. […] Noam Chomsky: Europe Is Now Suffering From Its Relative Humanity […]

  2. [...] Noam Chomsky: Europe Is Now Suffering From Its Relative Humanity [...]

  3. Responding to the last comment, I certainly hope not. We need to come up with a better economic system than capitalism instead of prolonging its death agony. How unfair to young people today to condemn them to years and years more of summit meetings! We can certainly do better than this.

  4. [...] Noam Chomsky: Europe Is Now Suffering From Its Relative Humanity [...]

  5. [...] Noam Chomsky: Europe Is Now Suffering From Its Relative Humanity [...]

  6. European Leaders May hold Summit Meeting Number 100 before The Final Solution:

    The great scholar has nothing new to say about Greece or European countries in bail out mode.
    Twenty seven countries have had 22 summit meetings to date in an attempt to progress solutions to the financial chaos which grips Europe.

    Progress is painfully slow and every summit produces forms of agreement, rules, laws and great projections for future changes.

    Then each elected leader exits these summits only to mystify all others by stating their own political rhetoric appropriate to individual domestic consumption.
    Often these national pronouncements are contradictory and convoluted relative to what has been agreed at the summit meetings.

    Rhetoric must be deciphered carefully so that policy of any substance can be identified. Slow work indeed and summits may continue for decades to come.

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