Friday, April 16, 2010

Noam Chomsky: The Tea Partiers are Nazis!

Chomsky claims he knows a fascist when he sees one, but apparently, he doesn't spend enough time looking in the mirror...

Here's the liberal's favorite linguist, speaking in friendly territory out in Madison, Wisconsin, on what the Tea Party means to him:

“I’m just old enough to have heard a number of Hitler’s speeches on the radio,” he said, “and I have a memory of the texture and the tone of the cheering mobs, and I have the dread sense of the dark clouds of fascism gathering” here at home.

So he's comparing us to Hitler, and his SS agents? Well, may I remind everyone that the Nazi intelligentsia was filled with folks who had "Dr." as part of their title, and the Party loved to spotlight them as proof that their genocidal ambitions had strong scholarship behind it. And here today we have liberals shining a spotlight on Dr. Chomsky, as he introduces a blood libel against American "tea partiers". But hey - I'm not making any more of a connection to the Nazis than you are, Dr. Chomsky, I'm just saying...

But here's what's mind-boggling: Barack Obama, when running for office, held massive stadium rallies, filled with spotlights, Roman architecture, massive backdrops, mass-produced signage, and oratory filled with vague promises about "change", without ever specifying what that change was going to be. Millions attended, swore allegiance to him, and often fainted on the spot.

But that is not the sign of fascism, lord no. To Chomsky, 1,000 - 2,000 regular Americans gathering in the town square to complain about taxes, and having their heath care seized and taken from then against their wishes is the true sign that fascism is on the march.

Well, it is on the march, but unfortunately, Barack Obama is at its head, and Chomsky is just there to lend his credentials to the Party. Just like Hans F. K. Günther, Alfred Ploetz, Otmar Freiherr von Verschuer, Alfred Baeumler, and Martin Heidegger lent theirs to Nazi Germany.

It's not your theories of linguistics that will make you immortal, Dr. Chomsky....

1 comment:

Publius said...

I love your recall and depiction of the orator speaking to crazed crowds in front of the Roman columns.......or....are those Nuremberg columns?

Thanks for the link.