lawscout June 26, 2012, 23:03
It is comforting to hear a discussion with the level of insight these gentlemen offer.

Unfortunately, we don’t hear these discussions from our own media or representatives.

Thank you for your explanations, ideas and observations.
George Soros June 26, 2012, 22:58
Wat Tyler can forget about trying to control immigration .My Human Right`s Watch and the BBC and a host of NGO`s will sabotage Organised Labour and overwhelm attempts at creating social democracy with poor immigrants until every nation on Earth is a copy of China or the USA.

When I say "human rights" I mean my human right to rule the WHOLE Open Society FEUDAL world !! LOL
Carmen June 26, 2012, 21:40
Great dialogue.
Just forget about South America. As long as the US government does not care about us/ does not think about us (in as much as this is possible), we do live in peace.
CIA June 26, 2012, 21:25
Make our day "Che" !LOL
Wat Tyler and Jack Straw 1381 June 26, 2012, 21:20
We are back to 1381 and the basis of our present political and economic world...scarcity of labour.

If our labour is unwanted or we resist immigration the powerful among us will move to diss-empower us and ignore our political demands....and our options will be obey them or flee abroad to places where we have more autonomy and control over the wages we receive.

We challenge the usurer Rothschild to come clean with ordinary people about their global empire and tell them what Blair/Clinton/Obama/Cameron austerity "politics" is really about....

.because it`s not the "open society" freedom and democracy we were hoodwinked into accepting from Friedman and Keith Joseph......and it`s time a few politicians and journalists held them and their MAD NWO to account!
DC June 26, 2012, 21:20
Thank God for intelligent minds at their best. Thank you gentlemen.
Ancient Briton June 26, 2012, 20:44
Why does all this sound so "far right" and "extreme"?
Because democracy based on nations IS fact if there is any mass migration going on REAL democracy soon gets VERY "extreme" by BBC standards...

.because people start to ask why we are importing "workers" into an overcrowded post industrial society with slums full of native born unemployed!

And it`s a VERY GOOD question when you consider the possible outcome of not answering it with positive preventive action!

But fortunately for the Rothschild/Soros/BBC/Westminster Neo-liberal GESTAPO Britain is not a democracy....while their beloved mysteriously prosperous fascist racist ISRAEL is!
Ancient Briton June 26, 2012, 20:26
The obvious thing to do is discover why Jesus and Karl Marx and Gore Vidal and Chomsky and Ali inhabit a Mount Olympus built of hot air and unreality ...
....while..... Mankind goes on merrily running rings round them and churning out Clintons and Blairs and Netanyahus and Murdochs.

I am going to make a guess and suggest that we don`t really WANT either group to dominate us and prescribe how our global society will develop....because neither group fairly represents the aspirations of ordinary people.

I still believe that Clement Attlee`s post war British government expressed most accurately what WE want....and that people like Enoch Powell and Frank Field got closest to responding to the quite reasonable fears and aspirations of ordinary British people.
But the ersatz "socialists" and other fraudulent "democrats" were and ARE much closer to responding to Rothschild and Soros and their megalomaniac vision of a capitalist (?) GLOBAL New World Order.....

in which England and our welfare state and industry were sacrificial loss leaders in a global master plan that left Europe for dead ...and moved the NWO HQ to the sweat shops of Asia.
lmllr1 June 26, 2012, 19:36
"Extreme center" is a contradiction in terms. The center is the balance point; it is the ends of the scale where extremism resides. But that is exactly why human society has almost never been balanced; extremism is more fun than sanity.
Skiippy June 26, 2012, 17:11
Chomsky has the wonderful knack of - even though often discussing depressing realities and seemingly hopelessness at length - creating such a sense of hope and optimism in his talks, that makes one believe, perhaps, a better future for all is achievable however bleak the present may be.