Chomsky: ‘Why Arabs hate US’

The MIT Jewish professor Noam Chomsky is a famous critic of Washington’s Middle East policy. He always blame the military complex for shaping US foreign policy in the Muslim world while claiming that Israel has no power over US administration. Last year, American author Jeffrey Blankfort  had called Chomsky a hypocrite when it comes to Israel-Palestine problem.

I on the other hand, consider Dr. Noam Chomsky a Crypto Zionist.

A few days ago, Noam Chomsky talked at Democracy Now! (where he has been frequently interviewed by a fellow Jewish Amy Goodman) about the democratic movements gearing-up in different parts of the Arab world.

In this interview Chomsky, blamed the US government for creating Arab hatred toward America for supporting pro-US dictators and kings in the Middle East and not allowing the democratic process to prevail in the region. But as usual, Chomsky, avoided to say the real reason why Washington do all that. Which is to protect the existence of the illegal Zionist entity. Every time, the US forced its client Arab states to allow some sort of free elections – anti-Israel nationalist or Islamist won the majority votes. It happened in PA Territories, Lebanon, Sudan, Iraq, Algeria, Malaysia, etc.

According to several Western and Arab polls conducted during the last four years – show Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah (Hizbullah), Dr. Ahmadinejad (Iran), Bashar al-Assad (Syria) and Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Turkey) being the most popular leaders in the Middle East. None of them hate Americans but all of them question Washington’s blind support for the Jewish occupation of Palestine.

Chomsky used 1958 quote of US President David Eisenhower, ( a Crypto-Jew who was responsible for the death of 1.7 million Germans) saying: “The “campaign of hatred against us” in the Arab world, not by the governments, but by the people”. In fact, the ‘Arab people’ began hating Washington on May 14, 1948 when US President Harry Truman became the first world leader to recognized the Jewish occupation of Palestine (document on top left). However, Arab people’s hatred for the West goes back to 1917, when British Foreign Secretary Lord Balfour (a Zionist Christian), in order to please his Jewish master, Baron Rothschild, authored the notorious Balfour Declaration.

To prove his ‘Arab people’s hatred of US’ – Chomsky also cited last year poll taken by the Zionist think tank Brookings Institute which showed that 88% of Arab participants regarded Israel being the greatest threat to the region while 77% voted for the US and only 10% believed Islamic Republic to be a threat to the region. Sounds like the poll happened to be taken in Iran and not in the Arab world!

Chomsky doesn’t agree with Jeff Gates who believes that Wikileaks is an Israeli Project.

Chomsky gave his views on other Arab hot spots as follow:

The cabinet changes carried out by King Abdullah II of Jordan are cosmetic.

Both Israel and Saudi Arabia support Hosni Mubarak, because both are affraid of the “radical Islamists, the Muslim Brotherhood”. Then he added: “They very much fear what democracy would bring in Egypt. After all, they’ve just seen it in Palestine. There has been one free election in the Arab world, exactly one really free election—namely, in Palestine, January 2006, carefully monitored, recognized to be free, fair, open and so on. And right after the election, within days, the United States and Israel announced publicly and implemented policies of harsh attack against the Palestinian people to punish them for running a free election. Why? The wrong people won. Elections are just fine, if they come out the way we want them to”.

Yeah! Muslim Brotherhood definetly is radical because it has never accepted the Jewish occupation of Palestine and some of its members did fight against the European Jewish terrorist groups in 1948-49 along with the native Palestinian Muslims and Christians.


4 responses to “Chomsky: ‘Why Arabs hate US’

  1. A letter from former US Congressman and Senator James George Abourezk (D. Douth Dakota, 1973-79) to Jeff Blankfort describing his views on Chomsky and his first-hand experience of Israel Lobby’s power and fear in Congress and Senate.

    “I can tell you from personal experience that, at least in the Congress, the support Israel has in that body is based completely on political fear–fear of defeat by anyone who does not do what Israel wants done. I can also tell you that very few members of Congress–at least when I served there–have any affection for Israel or for its Lobby. What they have is contempt, but it is silenced by fear of being found out exactly how they feel. I’ve heard too many cloakroom conversations in which members of the Senate will voice their bitter feelings about how they’re pushed around by the Lobby to think otherwise. In private one hears the dislike of Israel and the tactics of the Lobby, but not one of them is willing to risk the Lobby’s animosity by making their feelings public”.

  2. The plot not only thickens, it nearly congeals.Go into it a bit and you’ll find results on a Search on terms “Muslim Brotherhood MI-6” – which is certainly encouragement to give it a go.

  3. Israeli Hasbara my friend. Iran’s Islamic Revolution is also credited to CIA and MI6 and we all know Mossad played midwife to Palestinian Hamas. Don’t for get, last year Murdoch’s British daily claimed that Ahmadinejad has Jewish roots – and how what about the Jewish blog headline: “Rehmat has converted to Judaism, so you should too”!!

  4. Anyways… What if the people criticizing Israel and the Jews are right?

    As to anti-semitism that’s another diversion… because according to the Jewish Genetic Disease Consortium they define the Askenazi Jews as being Germanic or of Eastern European lineage… and the Sephardic Jews as Mediterranean in origin and the Mizrahi as Middle Eastern.

    Take a look at the site Who Controls America, for instance, and you see the influence is the Ashkenazi Jews (Germanic or Eastern European) and never the semitic tribes… so what’s up with that? Calling someone an anti-semite is another deception.

    So, if i am calling out Israel or the Jews as the progenitor of this ill or that… i am definitely NOT being anti-semitic… Because the Askenazi are not semitic and they don’t have a right to Palestine.

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