Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Michael Parenti on JFK, Stupidity, Chomsky and Cockburn

An amazing speech, one of the best I have ever heard:

"The JFK Assassination and the Gangster Nature of the State"

(Two-part mp3 audiofile, about 50 minutes total.)

Electrifying, fast & furious, brilliantly funny, and completely unanswerable. Delivered at Yale on the 30th anniversary of the assassination, and today more pertinent than ever. (He addresses the now-inexcusable foolishness of Chomsky and Cockburn in the second half.)

2 comments:

  1. abbass1:42 PM

    excellent, thanx..

    i finally checked what michael parenti's about// his site is great.

    i'm getting his book on the assassination of caesar!!

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  2. warszawa9:35 AM

    You're welcome, abbass. Yeah, Michael Parenti should be a lot better known than he is. I think he is just so obviously and embarrassingly right about so many things that he has to be studiously ignored by many on the left.

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