Noam Chomsky on the Legacy of Ariel Sharon: Not Speaking Ill of the Dead «Imposes a Vow of Silence» | Democracy Now!

«There is a convention that you’re not supposed to speak ill of the recently dead, which unfortunately imposes a kind of vow of silence, because there is nothing good to say,» Chomsky says. «He was a brutal killer; he had one fixed idea in mind which drove him all his life: a greater Israel, as powerful as possible, as few Palestinians as possible. … He doubtless showed courage and commitment to pursuing this ideal, which is an ugly and horrific one.»

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