replaced both videos Aug. 30, 2014 and added one video Sept. 1, 2014
HashyBee on Sep 13, 2010
Noam Chomsky speaks to BBC’s Francine Stock at London’s St Paul’s Cathedral, Dec ’02.
Harold Pinter’s Nobel Lecture video: http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/literature/laureates/2005/pinter-lecture.html
Francine Stock: Since you first started in political activism in the sixties, do you feel that you have made a great deal of headway?
Noam Chomsky: I think the country has made a great deal of headway and I’m happy to participate in it, but it’s not traceable to individuals….If you go back to the sixties…there was no feminist movement, no Third World solidarity movements, no substantial anti-nuclear movement, no global justice movements. These are all developments of the last twenty or thirty years and they come from all over the place. For example, the solidarity movements…are quite unique – there’s never been a time when people from the aggressor country went to the victims and lived with them to try to protect them. That happened in the eighties – tens of thousands of Americans did it and they came from conservative circles. A lot of it was church based. And it came from Main Street in the United States, and now it’s all over the world.
Noam Chomsky-On Financial Slavery- #Occupy WallStreet
Power And Terror -Noam Chomsky In Our Times
Peralon on Oct 2, 2012
The film chronicles the latest in the thinking and activism of the noted linguist Noam Chomsky, who since the Vietnam War era has been a vocal and consistent critic of the way the United States exercises state power in the world arena. A collaboration between the independent Japanese production house Siglo and American film director John Junkerman, “Power and Terror” is in worldwide distribution, beginning with theatrical release in Japan, the United States, and Australia.
Nobel Lecture by Harold Pinter
Harold Pinter’s Nobel Lecture was prerecorded, and shown on video on 7 December 2005, in Börssalen at the Swedish Academy in Stockholm.