Chomsky opens his pie hole.
The freeze dried version for those that don't relish nauseous tripe:
1. Uncle Binnie, Bunnie meister, is merely a suspect even though he took credit for 9/11. [His taking credit for that would be just as plausible as me (Noam Chomsky) taking credit for winning the Boston Marathon]
Yeah right. Just like it. No striking disanalogies at all in that comparison. Another brilliant Chomskyism.
2. The mission was a kill mission. Violates all sorts of sacrosanct international law.
OK. So sue the USG Noam old boy..
3. Washington had no good evidence Uncle Binny was behind 9/11. After all the Afghan Talliwhakers would have turned him over if we had provided good evidence. Honest.
No comment necessary...OK just one.. Benefit of the doubt given to sadistic misogynists.
5. Bush is more of a criminal than Bin Laden. There should be a Nuremberg trial for him.
As is every single president in your memory, right Chomsky? (He's said it on multiple occasions. Tune in to "Democracy Now" to hear him rail against Obama.)
6. While we are on the subject of The Nefarious Cowboy, he gave an order that was very similar in intent and consequence to Hitler's order for genocide. Here's Chomsky's own words:
"Uncontroversially, his crimes vastly exceed bin Laden’s, and he is not a “suspect” but uncontroversially the “decider” who gave the orders to commit the “supreme international crime differing only from other war crimes in that it contains within itself the accumulated evil of the whole” (quoting the Nuremberg Tribunal)"
"Uncontroversially" Chomsky's inability to detect the utter lameness of his US/Nazi analogies is by now descended into unintentional self-parody. (Eyes rolling)
7. The Bush Doctrine entails that the U.S. should be invaded and regime changed.
No doubt the aged General Chomsky will lead the invasion force, once he's cut all ties with the Pentagon of course.
8. The operation shouldn't have been named "Geronimo" because the U.S. was undertaking genocide against Native Americans in the 1800s.
Uh. No they weren't. Check the books. No..not Ward Churchill's books.