Synopsis by Andrea LeVasseur
Noam Chomsky: Distorted Morality - America's War on Terror? features scholar Noam Chomsky presenting his thesis before an audience at Harvard University on February 6, 2002. He provides logical support for his argument against the U.S. government's proposed war on terror. Using thoughtful analysis and cited sources, Chomsky reveals instances where the U.S. government has favored terrorism in order to achieve its own means. Following the speech, he engages in an hour-long Q & A session in which he defends his position.
critic, hypocrisy, lecture, morals, September 11th, terrorism, US-government, war-on-terrorism