note from Alex Jones, August 13, 2018 –
The plutocratic corporate elite led by Apple and Google have
mainstream media in such lock-step control that in over two days
not one publication has covered the incredibly newsworthy point
that Professor Noam Chomsky has come out in defense of Infowars’
right to exist and pointed out the obvious danger of monopolies
engaged in coordinated censorship of speech.
fact that it’s only known to a larger audience now thanks to
DrudgeReport.com breaking the blockade of news and information
shows us we’re two minutes from midnight, and that Chinese-style
speech controls are coming to America via Google, Apple and their
coterie of sycophantic servants.
Professor and free speech icon Noam Chomsky has responded to the
no platforming of Alex Jones by asserting that Big Tech was wrong
to ban Infowars.
This week, Apple, Facebook, YouTube, Spotify and
numerous other Silicon Valley giants censored Infowars, with Tim
Cook and Mark Zuckerberg personally
taking the decision to do so in the case of
Apple and Facebook.
Chomsky, who is internationally renowned as an
authority on free speech issues, was asked by inventor and
encryption expert Louis Buff Parry what his position was on Infowars
being shut down by Big Tech.
Responding from his official MIT email address, Chomsky
wrote, “What I’ve seen of what he does is outrageous, but unlike
many civil libertarians here and especially in other countries, I
don’t think that the right way to deal with “hate speech” and crazed
fabrications is to ban them; rather, to confront them, and to seek
and confront the reasons why anyone pays a moment’s attention to
“The real story about marginalization of opinion and
information is, as always, radically different, and undiscussed,” he
Chomsky also made clear that he was no fan of Jones,
asserting that he thought the interview he did with the Infowars
host in May 2001 was “ridiculous”.
Parry himself strongly defended Infowars in the email
exchange, arguing, “Free speech is free speech and multinational
cabals must be checked, particularly when their monopoly corporate
decisions lead to the reduction of our free speech rights.”
Parry went on to explain how he was born into the free
speech movement in Berkeley in the 60’s, before asserting,
“Multinational corporations with no duty or loyalty to anyone have
set out to collectively undermine the free speech rights of us all.”
“Who do these hidden rulers of the world think they are
to form this kind of cabal?” asked Parry.
Noam Chomsky is one of a dying breed – a real liberal
who still supports what used to be liberal principles.
He has consistently defended free speech, including
when he asserted, “If you believe in freedom of speech, you believe
in freedom of speech for views you don’t like.”
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor at large of Infowars.com and Prison
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