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Who Owns the World? Noam Chomsky on U.S.-Fueled Dangers, from Climate Change to Nuclear Weapons.


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In fairness to Chomsky his

In fairness to Chomsky his prevarication was committed before last weeks mea culpa from big brother, disputing the assertion that JFK refused an offer to remove Cuban missiles if we did same in Turkey.
PRESIDENT KENNEDY: "I’ve been thinking about what, what we're going
to have to do in a day or so, 500 sorties in seven days, and possibly
an invasion, all because we wouldn't take missiles out of Turkey".
The first tape was revealed in 1987, and it was of the last day of the
crisis, where Khrushchev comes out with a deal and Kennedy says, hey,
this is a pretty good deal, and everybody in the room is shouting him
down, saying this will wreck NATO, we can't do this, it'll, it'll ruin
our credibility. Kennedy lets them talk on and at one point he says,
“Look, to any man at the United Nations or any other rational man it
will look like a very fair trade.”
http://www.onthemedia.org/2012/oct/19/missile-crisis-memories/transcript/

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