Noam Chomsky: Israel’s Loyalty Oath, War Crimes in Fallujah, and more

AntonBatey | October 13, 2010

Interview with Professor Noam Chomsky.

Topics in this interview:

– “Bias” in teaching at the high school/college level
Fallujah, Iraq cancer rates higher than Hiroshima and Nagasaki due to the U.S. bombing
– The United States violating international law, the U.N. Charter
– United States being the ONLY country to be condemned for international terrorism by the World Court in 1986, Nicaragua v. United States, and how the United States dismissed the decision
– Provisions in the UN Charter, World Court and Genocide Conventions which exempt the U.S. from being accountable
– The so-called “Oil for Food scandal”, which people use to dismiss the U.N.
– U.S. sanctions on Iraq, which killed hundreds of thousands being the real “scandal”
– Claim made that the insurgents are not protected by the Geneva Conventions because they’re not in uniform
Guantanamo prison case of the 15 year old boy who attacked a U.S. soldier in his own town
– Israeli “loyalty oath” and its clearly racist implications of Israel
– Treatment of Arab Israelis
– UN-led sanctions on Iran, namely 1929 on June 9th, 2010 and why China or Russia didn’t veto the Security Resolution

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