Tag Archive for Noam Chomsky

JFK: hawk or a dove?

“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable:”

In this well-edited YouTube piece, Eytmon reminds us that President Kennedy was a “dove,” a leader more inclined to restrain U.S. military power than to unleash it. While JFK was often aggressive in rhetoric, he also emphasized peace was “necessary and rational.” It was his experience as a Navy lieutenant in World War II who repeatedly faced death in battle that made the cause of peace personally urgent to him. It also distinguished him from the hawks of his day

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What about 9/11 conspiracy theories?

It is the view of JFK Facts that the September 11 attacks were indeed the result of conspiracy — a conspiracy organized by Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and Osama bin Laden and carried out by the 19 hijackers.

There is no reasonable doubt that these men were the intellectual authors of the crime.

As for the notion the U.S. government was involved, I defer to Noam Chomsky, no apologist for high-level U.S. government misbehavior.

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