Noam Chomsky on the State-Corporate Complex: A Threat to Freedom and Survival

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Hart House

Hart House

Күн бұрын

(Note: issues with sound and video quality)
The Hart House Debates Committee, Near East Cultural and Educational Foundation (NECEF), and Science for Peace present The State-Corporate Complex: A Threat to Freedom and Survival, a talk by academic, author and political activist Noam Chomsky. The talk started with introductory remarks by Hart House Warden, Louise Cowin. Chomsky was then introduced by Toronto Star columnist and best-selling author Linda McQuaig. Followed by talk by Chomsky and moderated Q&A by political science student Semra Sevi. The closing remarks were made by Science for Peace member Chandler Davis.

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Mhi kl
Mhi kl 8 жыл бұрын
What a mind. Even at this age, his memory and clarity are intact. May this great warrior live another 20 years. Regardless, prolific as he has been, he will be with us forever.
Patrick Healy
Patrick Healy 6 ай бұрын
I hope not
I P 9 ай бұрын
I second that motion neighbor!
chris kirk
chris kirk Жыл бұрын
@APACADEMY z zzccc D’s island
santino gazi
santino gazi Жыл бұрын
@APACADEMY you duuuduuuudttyttdyo Tetris yet
Acedjgaming 7 ай бұрын
I could listen to Noam for hours . I always learn something
Augustus Baron
Augustus Baron 7 ай бұрын
I could listen to this man for had into the future lol.!
Shaikailash 2 жыл бұрын
One of Chomsky's best speeches. Don't get scared by the lenght, Chomsky's speech is only 1 hour, from 20:00 to 1:25:25 and you will get brilliant insights on how society works, who has the power, and what we should do to change it.
Alex Ай бұрын
Ignatius Hazzard
Ignatius Hazzard 9 ай бұрын
Appreciate the time stamps comrade
Ray Stargazer
Ray Stargazer Жыл бұрын
Thx that i can skip all the bs
samuel muiruri
samuel muiruri Жыл бұрын
any speech by Chomsky posted on you tube is illuminating and breaks down international affairs, economic and political history brilliantly. i tell you its worth listening. he really puts detail into these lectures. what a teacher.
jesse james average idiot
jesse james average idiot Жыл бұрын
Thank you
MARCO Cardoso
MARCO Cardoso 10 жыл бұрын
I am pleased to live in time in human history where I can benefit so much from Noam Chomsky!
brian hadden
brian hadden 2 жыл бұрын
I didn't get the opportunity to quote Chomsky enough whilst studying History and Politics in university. That's a shame looking back, because he is a revelation. Respect.
ellistheisland 11 жыл бұрын
"The goal of marketing is to undermine markets by creating uninformed consumers who will make irrational choices. The business world spends huge efforts on that. And the same is true for the PR industry -- it turns to undermining democracy, it wants to construct elections in which uninformed voters will make irrational choices." - Noam Chomsky
M CK 2 ай бұрын
@Jamal Ginsberg , That's very thoughtful of you to try & give me exactly what Chomsky has given the world all these years! Of course the difference is that your gift to me was free-Yet others had to pay $$$ to Chomsky for it! But it wouldn't be right for me to just take what they paid Chomsky good money for-So you can keep it! And again: You're Welcome! :-D :-D :-D
M CK 2 ай бұрын
@Jamal Ginsberg , Oh It's my pleasure to help you see the light! So nice of you to express your gratitude! 😉
Aiden057 11 жыл бұрын
Thank you so much for posting this important lecture.
mario orallo
mario orallo Жыл бұрын
Wow. This talk was 10ish years ago, and it could not be more accurate today. It brings a lot of emotions and feelings.. we lost are home during 2009 Financial crisis. We have not recovered…yet the architects of that crisis are even more wealthier. Crazy.
Histochronos 2 ай бұрын
If anything it has compounded with the corporate stimulus given during the pandemic. Wealth gap increasing and rights that were earned are slowly being rolled back by the power-elite.
drapercast 5 ай бұрын
But capitalism 😂😂😂😂😂
DrDoJo ?????
DrDoJo ????? 8 ай бұрын
@aj worth wait when did the last one go away? More like every couple years another problem is thrown onto the pile of problems politicians are blind to.
Cyrill Cassin
Cyrill Cassin 2 жыл бұрын
It Is Such A Pleasure To Hear So Much Truth In One Session For A Change!
Luck Rap
Luck Rap 23 күн бұрын
We need to be rational and responsible in these dangerous times! Care deeply about what happens to people, both present and future!
jim hunter
jim hunter 10 ай бұрын
A simple thank u for this on my journey of consciousness ! This man's delivery is bang on in so many aspects !
Luck Rap
Luck Rap 23 күн бұрын
Rafeeq Warfield
Rafeeq Warfield 7 ай бұрын
It is indeed a journey of consciousness!
Dr. Samuel Dermas
Dr. Samuel Dermas 7 жыл бұрын
Prof. Chomsky's contribution in revealing out the truth and changing the glob positively is undeniably quite substantial. Keep up this excellent work, Prof. Chomsky.
M CK 2 ай бұрын
You seem to have a strange definition of, ' Truth '. smh
Jamal Ginsberg
Jamal Ginsberg 2 ай бұрын
praise Glob
Dementional 9 жыл бұрын
Not just inspiring, encouraging.
DOWNPENINSULA 10 жыл бұрын
He can turn you toward the truth so quickly and eloquently... when humans evolve further people like him will be in government, one can only hope.
Jamal Ginsberg
Jamal Ginsberg 2 ай бұрын
@Fabien Gerard drug-induced mutation is a *kind of* evolution. And evolution cannot stop before life does
Fabien Gerard
Fabien Gerard 7 ай бұрын
I’m afraid our species’ evolution has now come to an end. 😬
Michael Ward
Michael Ward 9 ай бұрын
There is not anything one person can do but if enough people come together there is a lot that can be done. 👁
blastor8or 11 жыл бұрын
I'm 46. Generally I try not to get too wound up. I guess this economic situation is a bit of a sore spot for me, though I have not been hit as hard as many,and it irritates me that we as a people are just plodding along through the chutes as we're directed preparing to do it again in a few years. Chomsky is one of the few who shed light,and I have a great appreciation of that. That being said I am all for space programs.
Fabien Gerard
Fabien Gerard 7 ай бұрын
@blastor8or More vital priorities come first. A race against time - actually ‘the big global one’ - has started at least a century ago, and we’re all very very late. Homo ‘sapiens’?!? Rather Homo demens, I’m afraid… 😬
Cliff Gaither
Cliff Gaither Жыл бұрын
It's staggering how Alexander Hamilton's out-lined (as the First Secretary-of-the-Treasury) the Governmentalization of Corporations & the Corporatization of Government has actually persisted for all these Centuries. He would have been proud of himself that his policies of merging the Government & Industries have worked so well for the Industrial Class. He was the _Kissinger_ of The National Treasury.
Krish Rao
Krish Rao 8 ай бұрын
" Until industrial feudalism is replaced by industrial democracy politics will remain the shadow cast by big business over society" -John Dewey
Duff Dingelmeyer
Duff Dingelmeyer Жыл бұрын
I was stoked to find a 2 hour Noam Chomsky talk but realized there's a 20 minute self serving introduction like always.
Hinkleton Heckler
Hinkleton Heckler 9 ай бұрын
There was nothing self serving about that at all. She was literally talking about him. Women cant do ANYTHING without someone complaining
Olde Book and Odd Shop
Olde Book and Odd Shop Жыл бұрын
I almost always instinctively start skipping forward, and it almost always takes me three or four tries.
Francine Ribottin
Francine Ribottin 11 ай бұрын
The film is the author's testimony, produced with the assistance of the production company "Les films de Sacha". Donbass is a gripping documentary set in a country torn apart by civil war. Before the screening, Anne-Laure Bonnel will share her experience in front of the public and comment on her film and the extremely difficult events in the region, which she was able to witness. Donbass is a gripping documentary set in a country torn apart by civil war. In 2015 Anne-Laure Bonnel, a young documentary filmmaker, journalist, teacher at the Sorbonne, following her heart, decided to accompany her father from Ukraine to the Donbass region. At the heart of the war, she captures the terrible images of a deadly conflict and an unprecedented humanitarian disaster. The French documentary filmmaker collected testimonies from people she had met during her stay. Anne-Laure Bonnel looks at the conflict in its universality. The author emphasizes that in the context of her work on the film she focused on the human face and the reverse side of the war given to the spectators, leaving the political context out of scope. The director thus infiltrates the daily lives of civilian populations. Prisoners of this situation, they are the main victims of the conflict. Through her camera, Anne-Laure Bonnel captures their scars, their wounds, those that we cannot see but which are engraved in their hearts and minds: fear, mourning, chaos. Anne-Laure experienced the horrors and losses of the bloody events: during filming, a technician was kidnapped and then murdered. The conflict has killed more than 10,000 civilians in eleven months. Through its authentic and lively images, Donbass resembles a road movie in search of forgotten values. But according to the author of the film, it is above all a metaphor for the war which is seen at the height of a man, far from all political considerations. It is this appeal that was at the heart of the presentation of the documentary at the Film Festival for Human Rights. “We need to be able to face up to the violence of which man is capable so as never to forget what war does to men,” observes Anne-Laure Bonnel. Today, the conflict in the Donbass is not over. At the beginning of June, an informal meeting of the UN Security Council on the theme "Maidan and its consequences for the Donbass" was held by videoconference, during which A.-L.Bonnel, as well as other witnesses of the conflict in eastern Ukraine, presented images, testimonies or authentic documents illustrating all the pain of the human tragedy that the civilian population of Donbass continues to suffer.
Aiden057 11 жыл бұрын
What was the actual date of this talk? I see it was uplaoded in April, so I'm assuming it was around then, but I'm just curious as to the actual date. Again, thanks so much for posting this and my compliments to the technical team for excellent sound and picture quality.
Ron Krate
Ron Krate Жыл бұрын
Aug, 2012
Noah Bonneville
Noah Bonneville 8 жыл бұрын
Chomsky starts at 19:45
Dean Elmore
Dean Elmore Жыл бұрын
Thanks I wasn't interested in all that gibbering
PerpetualBass Жыл бұрын
Holy introduction! I thought it was a filibuster that I mistook for a Chomsky speech after the first 15 minutes
Ryan Seaton
Ryan Seaton 10 жыл бұрын
I LOVE Noam as a father! And take his wisdom with me where ever I go. He IS the MAN.
Chief2010 10 жыл бұрын
I love this man.
Ruth Longridge
Ruth Longridge 7 ай бұрын
As relevant today as ever. Thank you
Michael Joseph
Michael Joseph Жыл бұрын
What is scary is our "education "system promotes the current economic catastropic paradigm.
DeweyZinnChomskyFisk 10 жыл бұрын
he's not saying it is logical; he's saying it is done
DeweyZinnChomskyFisk 10 жыл бұрын
very true--that's why we should all thank him by letter or email. he responds :)
Yiasemide Жыл бұрын
Here goes.
Viva La Palestine
Viva La Palestine 3 жыл бұрын
Chomsky said this like 10 years ago and STILL TILL THIS DAY NOT MUCH HAS CHANGED
Gloria Alexander
Gloria Alexander 10 ай бұрын
Fantastic! I am 7 years old and learning more from him now than I did in my young working years about what has been going on. Learned nothing like t his at University! So impotant for our children and grandchildren. Agree with him these principles should be taught in Elementary School. But who there would know enough to teach it.
Fabien Gerard
Fabien Gerard 7 ай бұрын
Everyone should read ‘IN MY 70s’ - obviously! 😉
plekkchand 7 ай бұрын
Did you graduate at age 6?
Fellow Citizen
Fellow Citizen 3 жыл бұрын
Hey Hart House! Please post more seminars :)
Peripatetic Professor
Peripatetic Professor 2 жыл бұрын
I hope Professor Chomsky has an update anytime from 2017 on the Corporate State
Breezy Style
Breezy Style Жыл бұрын
I fell asleep w/ KZbin playing, & this somehow got into my queue & started. Thus, I dreamt that I was listening to John Goodman, who was just a head in a lab-type setting, speak on economics in a large Congress-like setting....lmao. This guy's voice does kinda sound like Goodman, or at least my dreaming self felt so.
Eric Wells
Eric Wells 2 жыл бұрын
Noam is the Grandpa we didn’t know we needed. It’ll be a sad day when he gracefully goes onto his next adventure.
DJK 2816
DJK 2816 Күн бұрын
Wow. How 🤔 profound....goofball
Llorens58 7 ай бұрын
Classic! Eleven years later and all Noam warns about is happening, again, and coming to pass. With climate disasters, diseases, war profiteers, banks, corporations, politicians, hedge fund managers taking advantage, I am starting to have little hope for the near future. I believe and hope younger generations will change things and survive.
E _
E _ 4 ай бұрын
I hear ya. Easy to feel powerless against the powers that be. But take heart, we have inspired scriptures that prophesied anciently about our day. We know it will be a time of tumult. But-we also know God wins in the end, that he sees us and is aware of us. We are here for a reason, and I believe we can place our hope in the Son of God. I realize these comment sections make anything religious sound zany, but I know Jesus Christ is legit. "In the world you shall have tribulation. But fear not; I have overcome the world." Find good people in your community, connect in person, try to really see and understand and lift one another, and combine your talents together and spread goodness and light to others. As the horizon darkens, seek out those with light in their eyes and love still in their hearts. We will increasingly gather together as things unfold. Stay open to God. I'm not sure why I felt to write all this, but it felt right. Peace and blessings to you, Llorens.
slaw golem
slaw golem 7 жыл бұрын
Obama beat Apple at the advertising awards because he had the one with the actress or football star driving a fast car up a mountain
dempsey981 10 жыл бұрын
you worry too much,hes like a duck in water with this whole deal including the meet the Beatles stuff.its what he do you meet this guy without at least kissing a little ass?for most people he is the guy that opened their eyes for the first time in their lives as to how and why things REALLY work the way they do.he teaches first and foremost PERSPECTIVE imo.
Corruption ledger
Corruption ledger 2 жыл бұрын
Best introduction ever.
Anthony Lucero
Anthony Lucero 7 ай бұрын
Thank you Nom. High level of understandment. Makes sense to me v
Helena Jennings
Helena Jennings 22 күн бұрын
Noam is so nice to listen 🎶 too
YouMeWorld1 9 жыл бұрын
Very much agreed.
Gorgonio Solchaga
Gorgonio Solchaga 7 ай бұрын
Just by listening to Noam, my brain rest and releases anxiety, sometimes I do not understand his message, because Noam goes pretty deep into history and the present, and I need to pause and catch up with him, Noam is an icon of what is a superior man, Noam is like a mine full of gems of inestimable value, for all those who know how to listen with an open mind with reason and goodwill and understanding. 🥰 I love this man!
E _
E _ 4 ай бұрын
I love your comment Gorgonio. Peace and blessings to you, brother!
M CK 6 ай бұрын
Fabien Gerard
Fabien Gerard 7 ай бұрын
…Possibly the most lucid mind since the times of Plato and Socrates.
plekkchand 7 ай бұрын
The icon of a superior man? Good lord.
Matthew Pering
Matthew Pering 10 жыл бұрын
Might I point out that Chomsky himself is rich, and whether you agree with him or not it is certainly undeniable that he has been quite prolific in his creations.
Mic Norton
Mic Norton 3 ай бұрын
No one but Noam Chomsky can get 19 and a half minutes of introduction LOL...
redpaulxx 2 жыл бұрын
Starts at 19:30.
kissngtheshadows 10 жыл бұрын
Dude, I've heard the name before, but this is like the first time I've actually heard him. Wow. Brilliant.
Robin Thorne
Robin Thorne 2 жыл бұрын
GVC t 76 ugh I'm so excited
flyonbyya 2 жыл бұрын
Great intellectual Waaaaaaay over my head, but supremely interesting
Margaret Nacey
Margaret Nacey Жыл бұрын
Noam has such clarity and historic understanding he's like the prophet of our age and I'm really afraid he has no equal to explain ( to me anyway) what is really going on politically/Socially! I took a political science class a long time ago as an undergrad. I was more confused after having taken the class that I was going in! But Noam puts all the pieces together and finally I catch on to the real dynamics of government and it's effect on our personal and our Public life . I'll never forget how true it felt when he described People living as isolated units of consumption.
Brendan McGill
Brendan McGill Жыл бұрын
Thank god for NC. Speaks truth from the heart.
Rush2112 Жыл бұрын
North Carolina?
SmogHouseTradingCo 11 жыл бұрын
"Scathing dialog is entertaining however hyperbole is simply that " into "we're not about to be communists, are we?" Classic...
Dwight Frost
Dwight Frost 11 жыл бұрын
As I've recently had explaining if republicans get in and cut spending we can repeat the conditions that gave us "the great depression".
Ned Armstrong
Ned Armstrong 3 ай бұрын
Chomsky begins at 19:45
mimimotor 8 жыл бұрын
Talk all night professor!
Orlando Furioso
Orlando Furioso 10 жыл бұрын
Noam starts at 19:32
DeweyZinnChomskyFisk 10 жыл бұрын
"Out of that same background came three major things: fascism, Bolshevism, and corporate tyranny. They all grew out of the same more or less Hegelian roots. It's fairly recent." Chomsky
Eli Tanenbaum
Eli Tanenbaum 11 жыл бұрын
@Letes92 Of course. Unemployment during the Great Depression was around 25% at it's nadir, for the general population. The peak level of unemployment in this recession was 10%. Even if you limit it to construction workers, who have been hit hardest by the downturn, their unemployment peaked at 22.5%. That's similar to levels the general population experienced during the depression, but that's leaving out that there's now an (albeit tattered) social safety net, which was absent in the thirties.
Ryan Palmer
Ryan Palmer 3 жыл бұрын
The moderator was really distracting. Give the man some room. Stop putting your hand in front of him to move the mic, I'm sure he can handle it, plus you can hear him just fine. Great talk Amazing insight We need more of these leaders.
William Bloodworth
William Bloodworth Жыл бұрын
She's obviously overwhelmed by the great man. Understandable but unprofessional too.
Matthew Van tendeloo
Matthew Van tendeloo 7 ай бұрын
brilliant , your mind is my mind , although i never studied , some of those insights i already worked out for myself , even when i was still young , now the last i heard is, well did he had a right to invade... i think so.. altough if the people of Ukraine defend themselfs who am i to say give putin what he wants?! for me it's a dubble feeling , maybe its because i'm from europe (Belgium) and i also want to protect my own. But i also always say He's right to do so , and i will never fight againts (or for our goverment) freedom never was and for a very long time will not be of the ordinary people... with this said, every man/women has the right to defend theye'reselfs from whatever theye don't like they're life's to be , and against Putin i will defend myself too , fuck our monetary system , the bosses of our world don't want it to change, gives them too much power, people are to stupid and won't listen when someone speaks the truth....
Phil Messina
Phil Messina 2 жыл бұрын
(c. 0:01) Opening remarks by Louise Cowin, Hart House Warden (c. 4:41) Introduction by Linda McQuaig • Excellent introduction, except for the last part, which must disappoint Dr. Chomsky. "More than any other individual, I think it can be truly said that Noam Chomsky speaks truth to power." However, Dr. Chomsky has publicly discussed the futility of "speaking truth to power", when the ruling class in power is well aware of the truth. We appreciate the noble sentiment motivated by a desire for socioeconomic justice; but it's misguided. The ruling class in power is ruthless in its protection, and expansion, of the power they wield. We appreciate the sentiment; but the truth-telling is geared more for waking the folk up, rather than any moral appeal to the immoral/amoral ruling classes in power (c. 19:40) Dr. Noam Chomsky enters the stage
Nitro Shortbus
Nitro Shortbus Жыл бұрын
Does he mention that the STATE is a bankrupt corporation? That this corporation has private shareholders/creditors who took over it's operation. This happened in 1933. All our states, counties, municipalities, ..... are corporations.
Nitro Shortbus
Nitro Shortbus 9 ай бұрын
@Nick Felter The first thing I recommend reading is the "Treaty of Paris"!! It's the start, and it shows the history we believe, and were told[PUBLIC EDUCATION] is propaganda. Treaties are a good read, but the earlier ones are easier compared to later when the legal ese becomes difficult to comprehend, not an accident!!That treaty shows that the U.S.[A] is a commercial enterprise with private interest. They [not only the King and Pope]are the controlling private shareholders,investors, creditors not in the PUBLIC and unelected, the hand up the puppet's asses. The revolutionary war, wasn't even recognized as a war, it was a rebellion in which control of the colony's where granted. The King dictated all the Terms, does that happen if you were defeated in a war? [International law is where you'll find the rules of NATION'S and what it takes to actually win]. Example, the King retained his right to tax the land, he even drew the boundries. In the colonies, there were many Land and Trading COMPANY'S, Virginia Land CO., the CROWN, ect. and they are the predecessor of what we call corporations, they became states(municipal corporations) of which control was given, with conditions, like paying for both sides of the rebellion, and a tax on the land etc.!! This set the States up, and the debts owed, which when they defaulted the terms could be changed, for instance, the Articles made it hard to collect, soooo they dumped it and then a Republic became, a Federal Democracy with new terms( the CONstitution) and many debt defaults to come, and more changes to the GOVERNMENT that got worse for the people, and especially later in the South!! Look up the "WHISKEY REBELLION" it say's it all, it was a tax rebellion. The tax was unapportioned direct tax on farmers, makin them pay a tax on their personal production of spirits, the rebellion was crushed by George Washington, the largest armed militia he ever was in charge of was formed,[sound familiar] . Didn't take long for the CONstitution to be ignored now did it, I believe the Bill of Rights were added later, like the 2nd amendment, remember how the rebellion was ended, lol what happened to Declaration of Independence and the rights of free men to abolish a tyrannical government? This is the 1st President, lol, I forgot to mention that he owner of one of the biggest distillaries at the time, that forcing a tax on farmers, was a tax on his competition attempting to make them pay the same tax as his for profit commercial distillery, on their moonshine made from their end crops and used for barter to get them through winter, their farms taxed All agencies with 3 letters are examples of extra constitutional LAW/Legalities of which the CONstitution didn't say couldn't be done, not unconstitution, extra constitutional ?, conditions added to make that debt easier to collect. A great place to get a run down is Captain Slappy on KZbin, he puts to music the actual documents to read, he has alot of videos they move fast and they are packed with info, he recommends you watch at regular speed first, then slow it down to actually be able to read the documents. He has very few videos in which he actually speaks and will read a book giving his remarks so it can be comprehended the ones he does maybe on a playlist on my channel? Read 1793 Chisholm vs. Georgia this U.S.S.C. decision breaks down what the U.S. is, a corporation and it has always been, unlike many deluded "PAYtridiots" believe that the creation of D.C. made the U.S. a corporation, not true. This decision explains. ALL these major changes were done as additions to the Constitution and some blurr the line or violate it, all changes due to that debt, neither the War of Independence, or Civil War, were legally speaking wars, which explains alot about the Civil War not having any treaty at it's conclusion and the Leiber code Lincoln imposed instead the beginning of the end of respect for the constitution, the 14th is really the death blow, it made the constituition even more worthless and this lie about Lincoln being good and ending slavery is a joke, the EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION was only applied to the South, who did what the Declaration of Independence said, started another form of, while the North actually kept their slaves, NJ was the last to end it, the problem was their succession came without the destruction of the tyrannical government they attempted to suceed from. Lincoln never recognized their independence, how else could that Emacipation proclamation be forced on South otherwise? Its purpose was to economically cripple them, not for any noble idea, he was a full blown tyrant, and actually didn't want blacks and whites even to live on the same continent, he was going to deport em, so I think John Wilkes Booth should be celebrated, the passage of the 13th was done after Abe's death, and slavery never ended, they just got a new master A.K.A., U.S. citizenship. Besides that, the Chinese got enslaved to build the railroads and crony capitalism/mercantilism came into power, State citizens got downgraded to the same status later on[if I remember correctly] The 14th amendment needs to be read, it destroyed anything good in the constitution. We the people became surety to the debt of the "People" and unable to question any debts created by U.S.(14th). James Traficant had a speech talking about a more recent reorganization of the CORPORATION, this wasn't appreciated and he suffered for it!!! Clint Richardson has done alot of work explaining the legalities of the system and how we really are voluntarily slaves to this legal entity because of what FDR did, with the creation of the Birth Certificate, made it all legal, and mankind and rights granted by God, got replaced, became legalities, mankind became an AGENT to a government created PERSON. Clint really gets into the legalities, Red Pill Sunday School is his channel he wrotes some books, one about the Strawman. LAWBOOKS explain personhood, agency, and you'll need legal dictionary, legalities are written in legal ese and require the terms be defined, and each term has various meanings which with an update can be redefined, like pandemic, vaccine, herd immunity recently for example, though the defined term may change the definitions are to remain as written at that time. We are men, who are born free, only to be voluteered by our parents to become an AGENTs for service of process for that LEGAL NAME, created by STATE, to take from us the only thing mankind really ever owed, his labor, through our ignorance of ourselves(Human NATURE) the few has controlled the many, just by knowing our nature better. GOVERNMENT, CITIZENSHIP , legalities are the antithesis of Law(10 commandments) and the Bible has had the same thing done to it by the CHURCH, it is the Law which modern LEGALITIES are supposed to uphold, how the CHURCH teaches it is as a 501c3 incorporation. It's the Law book, but is misconstrued as literally the word of God which really messes up any comprehension, God is living existence of NATURE, life, because it was translated poorly from a language that is figurative, written in metaphors, lessons of being Lawful men by honoring God's Law, which is unchanging, and not become Cesars commercial property, and Jesus was an example to follow only without the fate he met, the CHURCH is actually misleading mankind by presenting it as a true story, instead of lessons on remaining free men, by the time we figure this out, we have signed so many adhesion contracts and believe that name we identify as it's actually us, and when we believe something, we assume it to be true. Thats our nature, and once we believe a lie, even facts will be dismissed. A citizen is a legal fiction/person/organization/corporation created by GOVERNMENT who owns it, we are it's living agent or representation to be taxed on everything and subject to all legalities, fines, penalties, license, registrations, by identifying as that legal name. Look around the videos on my playlists, you can get alot of information, some better than others, don't believe anybody trying to sell you some legal process, or you can get millions for your BIRTH CERT, Soviegn citizen crap is half baked and intended to make you a fool, that's why they remain on KZbin, while others get censored, removed, or get the algorhythym so without exact titles they won't be found, if not deleted.
Nick Felter
Nick Felter 9 ай бұрын
I would like to learn more about this, do you have any resources/reading material on the topic you’ve mentioned that you would recommend?
DeweyZinnChomskyFisk 10 жыл бұрын
thanks for uploading
fare well
fare well 7 ай бұрын
Back when KZbin was a platform waking people up and not driving them further into deep sleep. It's crazy how just a little bit of discernment and awareness you can see the decline of human intellect and transparency. Shut the government the FUCK down.
BloggerMusicMan 12 жыл бұрын
@gunnerfan87 That sucks. A little misleading on the part of the web designers, I don't blame you for thinking lectures would be posted there, but yeah, checking all resources to for sure see where he was speaking would have been a good idea early on. Hopefully he'll be around again, although sadly he is getting old, and he needed help just walking and getting around.
LowDoze 3 жыл бұрын
I thought Noam Chomsky was going to be in this video.
Cameron Keys
Cameron Keys 12 жыл бұрын
If you were someone who had no capacity to register Chomsky's irony and sarcasm, he often sounds like Lord Palmerston.
Chris Vouga
Chris Vouga 10 ай бұрын
Chomsky starts at 20:00
LuckySupreme 11 жыл бұрын
19:46 for Noam Chomsky
billjhyt 10 жыл бұрын
I think other thinking people are attempting to weigh in. Naom C. has been a thinking person for many years. If he can encourage others to do likewise, I applaud them for trying or practicing even if it is on his dime, so to speak.
Casual Focus
Casual Focus Жыл бұрын
love how he opened up with a joke
Jacob Zaranyika
Jacob Zaranyika 10 ай бұрын
Thank you🙏 I will watch this later
Yo 4 жыл бұрын
He real life referenced Skull and Bones! What a legendary badass #theGOAT
young waif
young waif 2 жыл бұрын
Chomsky begins at 19:50.
ellistheisland 11 жыл бұрын
""There is a standard technique of privatization. Namely, defund what you want to privatize; like when Thatcher wanted to privatize the railroads, first thing to do is defund them, then they don't work, then people want change. And so you say "OK, privatize them," and then they get worse. . . . That is the standard technique of privatization. Defund, make sure things don't work, people get angry, hand it over to private capital. Well that's the social security scam." 1:09: 00 -- 1:10: 00
Subhrajyoti Nath
Subhrajyoti Nath 7 ай бұрын
Dimebag Darrell
Dimebag Darrell Жыл бұрын
Defund the police!
Jacques lambert
Jacques lambert Жыл бұрын
@Baron von Limbourgh tian look unanimous
DSDuddles 10 жыл бұрын
The intro is interesting, and as you suggest, there is always the option to skip it. But yes, 20 minutes is a bit much, since she's basically just quoting Chomsky.
Jack Humphrey
Jack Humphrey 12 жыл бұрын
Lol i like how semra is so awkwardly close to chomsky during the Q&A :p
Anthony Lucero
Anthony Lucero 7 ай бұрын
You the man 👍🏼♂️👞
Nel Lou
Nel Lou 2 жыл бұрын
I’ve watched a few different lectures, and suddenly I thought, I can’t remember him pausing to take a sip of water. Activist Saliva!
tnix88 10 жыл бұрын
Indeed, if one did any investigation into that school of thought one would know that was anathema to austrian beliefs.
New Me
New Me 3 жыл бұрын
I'd show the beginning of Noams' speech to Obama lovers and then quote Method Man in belly: "Das ya boy. DAS. Ya. Boy."
Martin Mcnamara
Martin Mcnamara 11 жыл бұрын
And we, as a people, not only support the current system, we celebrate it. Partly because we support our corporate media system with our ratings and money. Partly because our elite education system teaches us how to be a part of and succeed, our public education system is completely unfunded and substandard leaving a populous incapable of forming, in large enough numbers, any real or effective discourse. And the media PR machine, being Americans access to information, leaves us at check-mate.
Cameron Keys
Cameron Keys 12 жыл бұрын
He's saying that democracy was created in a colonial context (the masters of mankind), and that industrialized societies are careful not to export democracy to countries without first or simultaneously exporting financial hegemony. Democracy if independent of this financial hegemony produces surprising results, as in the case of Bolivia. The Middle East uprisings are potentially interesting because we will see the masters of mankind exporting their public relations power to stifle democracy.
David Peppers
David Peppers Жыл бұрын
9:38 "Making the world safe for terrorists." Think you misspoke that one right.
Adam Brosnan
Adam Brosnan 3 жыл бұрын
Sad to hear him acknowledge the democracy of Bolivia in light of the recent US-backed military coup.
Nova 8 ай бұрын
Yeah, he's sometimes off on foreign policy
ReadUnderTheSignOfTheScorpion ByJüriLina
ReadUnderTheSignOfTheScorpion ByJüriLina Жыл бұрын
Thanks for sharing
Adam Weir
Adam Weir 8 жыл бұрын
19:45 to skip to when he gets on the stage
Common Sense
Common Sense Жыл бұрын
Mark MacDonald
Mark MacDonald Жыл бұрын
Eli Tanenbaum
Eli Tanenbaum 11 жыл бұрын
"the real level of unemployment is at the level of the great depression for much of the population...and in fact their situation (discussing manufacturing workers, and certain other sectors) is much worse than in that of the great depression..." LOL. This recession is nothing. If the thirties was like being Brian Robeson from Hatchet, this recession is like overnight camping, with a sleeping bag, a gun, matches, a tent, and some boxes of pizza. Other than that blip, great talk. :)
Eli Tanenbaum
Eli Tanenbaum 8 ай бұрын
@Nova hahaha what a blast from the past to get a reply to a youtube comment I made ten years ago when I was in high school!
Nova 8 ай бұрын
You were right in the sense that that was nothing- there are far worse recessions now and even worse ones to come
Dwight Frost
Dwight Frost 11 жыл бұрын
The banking system is one that we can work with however some changes could certainly be made, hyperbole such as "lick their boots" is the stuff of reactionary anger of which I would say isn't deserved but thinking a Gold Standard is the answer is naive, gold fluctuates giving room that is as liquid as any. Extremes are not going to answer questions any better than short replies but thanks for the note blastor8or.
Aik Aam Aadmi
Aik Aam Aadmi 10 жыл бұрын
Chowmksy starts at 20:00
Hinkleton Heckler
Hinkleton Heckler 9 ай бұрын
I enjoyed her introduction, the hostility towards her and the top voted comment complaining about how long she talks is disheartening.
zombiiination 9 жыл бұрын
chomsky starts at 20:00
The Myth Named ThunderPhunk
The Myth Named ThunderPhunk 10 жыл бұрын
thank you...blessings
Teddy Luben
Teddy Luben 9 жыл бұрын
Not sure why you would need Hayek and Friedman texts to ask for a bail out.
Joseph Aldridge
Joseph Aldridge 2 жыл бұрын
At about 28:30, he begins to talk about a study about income and policy responsiveness.... does anyone know the title or author of this study? I've scrubbed through 3 video lectures so far to find the author and he only briefly introduces the work.
carl wagner
carl wagner 2 жыл бұрын
They spent almost 20 minutes introducing him??
Eric Mills
Eric Mills 2 жыл бұрын
The late Gore Vidal: "America is not a democracy, it's an oligarchy, exactly as our forefathers planned it, with TWO right-wing parties, one Republican and one Democrat, both owned and run by corporations."
John Connor
John Connor Жыл бұрын
@Joe Bloeh No, I think Gore pretty much nails it. An oligarchy is defined as a state run for the the benefit of a select elite. That accurately defines the US. Tell me how that isn’t so
Joe Bloeh
Joe Bloeh Жыл бұрын
👆Dumbest shit I've ever heard
Tio Rico
Tio Rico Жыл бұрын
Linda McQuaig was asked to introduce Noam Chomsky but rambled for 15 minutes. Viewers: Skip past this.
d74g0n 8 жыл бұрын
The world may as well instantly fly into the sun when this guy goes.. I have NO freaking idea who's going to... fill his shoes? Ha, I better start boning up, can't expect someone watching a video right now to do it.
Hampton Washington
Hampton Washington 2 жыл бұрын
Praise Noam.
David Cupples
David Cupples 2 жыл бұрын
we can continue to study and talk about his work
robert sinuhe
robert sinuhe 2 жыл бұрын
I've gotten older just listening to the introduction
ATLS 2 жыл бұрын
1200 seconds 👌
Cherie Giordmaine
Cherie Giordmaine 2 жыл бұрын
Yeah that’s
Cherie Giordmaine
Cherie Giordmaine 2 жыл бұрын
Vee Forell
Vee Forell 10 жыл бұрын
I get your point about technology, but when corps outsource to countries with cheaper workers people at home are put in a position to compete with that of the cheaper outsourced country and low wages and unemployment occur. I'm interested in the idea of people going solo, but what about the people who cant. The old, the young, the sick ect who need support. In our consumer society human altruism, unfortunately, cant be relied on and now were back to taxation and making and enforcing laws.
Dee Greasemonkey
Dee Greasemonkey 11 жыл бұрын
Chomsky begins at 19 mins.
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