Although I know nothing about the Middle East or Europe, I can attest, from primary source perspective, to the accuracy of Chomsky's information regarding several specifics on which he has written with regard to US/Nicaragua and other LATAM operations. Although he has, apparently, no inside information, and when I have corresponded with him, seems genuinely surprised that anybody even remotely (timewise) connected with US policy making/implementation would read his works. One of the real dangers of waging information warfare is believing the propaganda you generate. People like Chomsky serve a very valuable role in societies which practice such warfare. They continuously question. Whether I accept or reject, ultimately, what he writes, I find it useful. Ann Rosenthal > I believe Noam Chomsky, for one, maintains a reputation for entirely > reasonable and accurate information.
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