posted on May, 8 2009 @ 01:10 AM
Chomsky was a breakthrough genius in the field of neurolinguistics. Equivalent to the Isaac Newton of his field in transforming it.
He became a political animal and got an inordinate amount of attention due to his academic recognition. He is ant-American in a rather self-serving
way. Attacking aspects that don't please him and ignoring more relevant issues.
He has become a counter culture media darling and guru, receiving more status than he merits.
On the neurolinguistics front he has been systematically undoing his own works reinterpreting it and adding politicized components. Academia quietly
has sidelined him.
A genius for sure, in his chosen field. The whole celebrity profile has gone to his head. He believes his own reviews.
Jones is from a right wing conspiracy background and carries on with his blend of ol' boy Texan hard-drinking hard fighting barroom brawl approach to
politics. A redneck by trade who hates th control centers in Washington and New York.
Fun to watch him kick ass, he is a genuine showman. But by indiscriminately entertaining and incorporating anything out there that contributes to his
theme of NWO control, he diminishes his credibility.
All conspiracies are true, and they're out to get you is the message.
His profession and livelihood is a radio show host. He has to entertain, outdo himself, and sell advertising space and DVDs.
Both Chomsky and Jones are exceptional people. But both have blown their legitimacy by letting their celeb roles go to their heads. They have become
media performers. On a treadmill where you are only as good as your last outrageous proclamation.
Jones is angry with the conspiracy community these days. Jeff Rense, a lower grade anti-Semitic conspiracy for dummies radio talk show host, has been
attacking Jones through his Jewish wife. The conspiracy paranoia Jones has been pushing, where everyone and everything is connected, and the
successful are up there due to their malign connections - is now kicking hitting him in the gut.
So let's say he's in a bad mood these days.
Jones and Chomsky. Both great at what they do, showmen who have become victims of their own success.
[edit on 8-5-2009 by mmiichael]