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The Silent Genocide Report

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Summary of article: The 9/11 attacks were devastating and probably the highest on human toll record that is not characterized as war. The violence that happened in 9/11 cannot be compared to the war that was brought upon the citizens of Afghanistan. The people of Afghanistan had nowhere to flee compared to the Americans, their homes were under complete threats of bombing. Compared to the Americans, their society was crumbling and food supplies were contaminated and disrupted. It was clear that in Afghanistan, there was so much more to come, but neither could the people of the country or its government handle the hardships that were coming. The nation press in Washington had demanded Pakistan ...view middle of the document...

After the new government of Kabul was established, nothing really had changed, the new government still runs on the same foundation of the Taliban and they also use sharia law. The majority of the Afghani population claims that they do not want the Americans in the country and that they making the situations worse creating hardships that the country will take decades to recover from. The war in Afghanistan can be related to the saying “beating the donkey rather than the rider” which is proved by the actions of the United States.
Chomsky.INFO is also known as THE NOAM CHOMSKY WEBSITE which was found by Pablo Stafforini in 2002. The website was then claimed by Noam Chomsky and it became his official website in 2003. This website is often criticized for doublespeak, lies and referred to as Chomsky’s own propaganda machine. These claims are made by a variety of governments who claim that Chomsky creates deceptions and conspiracy. Noam Chomsky, who is an American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, political activist, Institute professor and was an emeritus of linguistics professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is also known in the academic and scientific community as one of the fathers of modern linguistics and he is a major figure of analytic philosophy. Chomsky has revived a lot of world attention and is the author of more than 60 books ( Chomsky is seen as an enemy in United States and is actually banned in Israel for speaking out against the government. Many journalist and politicians go against what Chomsky says and his work is censored in Israel. After reading this article, there is a very strong political bias throughout every part of the article. Noam Chomsky is known for speaking against the actions of the American government and trying to expose all of the lies he claims they create. Him being known for rebelling against American politics wouldn’t make it surprising to find out that the information he portraits on his website is angled to fit the mainstream of ideas he created against American politics. In the article, the author shows the political bias and reports that “On September 16, the national press reported that Washington had demanded [from Pakistan] the elimination of truck convoys that provide much of the food and other supplies to Afghanistan’s civilian population… to impose massive starvation” which would not have been reported by American or their allies media sources. This report would have been censored and filtered out of the media because if this fact was reported to the people United States and their allied countries, it may change their ideas about the war in Afghanistan and may even protest to stop their government from killing innocent people in Afghanistan. Noam Chomsky adds to his political bias when he says “Removing the Taliban regime was an afterthought. There had been no interest in this before September 11” which proves that his article does lean towards an...

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