Saturday, September 30, 2006


When questioned about his stance on the 9/11 issue, Chomsky supports the official line with apriori arguments. The official version is "pretty much what happened" according to him. He claims that he hasn't seen any "credible evidence" to suggest otherwise. But Chomsky does not address the scholarly evidence of 9/11 omissions and distortions. Why?

Whatever the reason we should be very careful with anyone asking you to make your mind about 9/11 without considering the facts. If you hear apriori arguments and adhominem arguments instead of an invitation to consider all the relevants facts you can be sure you are encountering disinformation.

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