Noam Chomsky: The Fate of the Human Species

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Chomsky at the World Social Forum (Porto Alegr...

Chomsky at the World Social Forum (Porto Alegre) in 2003 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

by Pierhead Sessions TV
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The Pierhead Sessions was proud to welcome the renowned linguist, scholar and political analyst Noam Chomsky during a rare visit to Wales. During an intimate question and answer session with Jane Davidson AM (Minister for the Environment, Sustainability and Housing) he discussed a wide range of issues including wikileaks, American foreign policy under Bush and Obama, New Labour, the Welsh Assembly, the Middle East, Twitter, the environment, religion, oil, nuclear weapons, the Chilcot Inquiry, language, Aristotle, inequality, and the British laws on terrorism, amongst many others.

Noam Chomsky Interview – Part 1

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Noam Chomsky Interview – Part 2

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Noam Chomsky Interview – Part 3

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9 thoughts on “Noam Chomsky: The Fate of the Human Species

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  7. *Note Noam Chomsky is quite soft spoken, so you may need to turn your volume up just a bit, especially if you have outside noise. It is well worth the time spent to listen to a person whose reflections are honest, poignant, and indicative of a man who has in fact earned his ability to reason on the fate of humanity realistically and profoundly. This interview is well worth anyones time, but there are no bells, whistles, charts, graphs, much less emotional reactivity button pushing. Just straight talk dealt out calmly and insightfully.

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