Noam Chomsky: Crisis and Hope in the Age of Obama

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Oct. 11, 2009

MIT Professor Emeritus, linguist, author and lecturer, Noam Chomsky, provides the keynote address for “Crisis and Hope in the Age of Obama”, a special program at the First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco, on Sunday, October 4, 2009. The program also features community organizer and author, Steve Williams, policy analyst and author, Antonia Juhasz, and labor journalist, David Bacon.


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  5. Colombia has the highest rate of murder of union activists in the world. Also, at times, it is the highest recipient of US military aid in the world. In addition, it conducts what are known as social cleansing operations, where poor, homeless street children are killed by police death squads. Just across the border in socialist Venezuela, poor children are helped with food, shelter, free medical care and free education, even a children’s orchestra composed of poor children from the barrios, who have been taught to play various instruments. The United States thinks President Uribe of Colombia is wonderful, while it rants and raves about that horrible socialist demon, Hugo Chavez, in Venezuela. It is an upside down world as Eduardo Galeano says. The devil is the ruling class of the United States.

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