John Stossel vs. Noam Chomsky on Venezuela

John Stossel vs. Noam Chomsky on Venezuela


Venezuela’s dictator dances right outside, people suffer and die. It’s so cruel and unnecessary. Venezuela should be rich. Not long ago Venezuela was the richest country in Latin America. It still has greater oil reserves than Saudi Arabia. But today Venezuelans starve. These people are fighting over bags of flour. Then there’s the violence. One Venezuelan is murdered every 20 mins. So are American celebrities who praised Hugo Chávez’ “people’s revolution” now embarrassed by what they said? Will they admit they were wrong? Leftist intellectual Noam Chomsky fawned over Chávez said he’s created a better world. I can see how a better world is being created, and can speak to the person who’s inspired it. Actor Sean Penn met with Chávez and said this: He’s done at the moment, incredible things for the 80% of the people that are very poor there. Actor Danny Glover did some playful boxing and hugging with Chávez. Then he praised his “vision for humanity.” Michael Moore claimed Chávez eliminated “75% of extreme poverty.” C’mon Michael, Chávez added to extreme poverty. Who is Hugo Chávez? Director Oliver Stone made this insipid film celebrating Chávez and Latin American socialism. Take an incredible look at an extraordinary movement. No, they’re not. Now they starve and fear they’ll be killed. Model Naomi Campbell went to Venezuela and said, “I’m amazed to see the love for social programs.” We asked all of them if they’d talk about their love of Chávez Only one responded. Noam Chomsky. His anti-capitalist teachings have misled millions of students. But they’ve worked for Chomsky After he praised Chávez’s “sharp poverty reduction” Chávez returned the favor by holding up Chomsky’s book at the UN. That made it a best-seller. So is Chomsky now ashamed of his praise? “No,” he wrote me. He said at the time he praised Chávez, “Venezuela had seen a remarkable reduction in poverty.” He cited this Harvard magazine article. But this was written by a leftist who helped write Oliver Stone’s movie. So I asked Chomsky, given the current crisis in Venezuela should you now say to the students who’ve learned from you, ‘socialism wrecks people’s lives’? Chomsky wrote back: “I never described Chávez’s state capitalist government as ‘socialist’ ‘Private capitalism remained’ ‘Capitalists were free to undermine the economy in all sorts of ways, like massive export of capital.” What? Capitalists “exported capital and “undermined the economy” by abandoning their homes and fleeing across the border to Columbia? Thousands of Venezuelans cross daily in search of of food, medicine, and work. These people are socialist fools. Useful idiots, Lenin would have called them. As much as I’d enjoy rubbing their noses in their stupidity now, I cannot rejoice, because know that Venezuela’s descent into chaos will not be the last time we hear of a dying socialist economy. Socialism failed in all these places. We are yet to see one socialist country succeed. And yet sadly, they and other countries refuse to learn from history Other countries will give socialism a go. ‘Useful idiots,’ will sing socialism’s praises until the last light goes out.

100 Comments on "John Stossel vs. Noam Chomsky on Venezuela"


  1. Noam Chomsky has zero credibility. He stills blames Capitalism for the Socialist failure in Venezuela. There’s no cure for Chomsky’s mental illness.

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  2. Michael Moore was to afraid to come on a talk about stossel, after stossel destroyed Moore about Cuba's healthcare system.

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  3. The map of failed socialism was shocking. Practically half the planet. Failed everywhere… powerful

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  4. I think Noam Chumpsky was called out about his statements about Chavez and Venezuela. He attempted to weasel his way out of it by doing his typical wordsmithing and mental gymnastics.

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  5. So Norway nationalized their oil and have a huge welfare state. Why aren't they collapsing? Well they don't have a resistance right wing group backed by the US in Norway like they do in Venezuela. They also don't have economic sanctions on them. Funny I thought libertarians were against sanctions. Stossel must have forget to mention that to us.

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  6. Given that Noam Chomsky was the only person to respond, would it not be more fair to acknowledge that he at least did respond, and to call out those who refused to respond for the crackpots and narcissists they are.
    People will remember that Noam Chomsky is an asshole who defended Hugo Chavez and Socialism, but everyone will have already forgotten what those other idiots said.

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  7. Venezuela has vast oil reserves and is on the brink, why? I failed to hear Stossel mention that the US has an illegal stranglehold/blockade on it's economy due to the bullying of other nations to do business with them. All this because, Chavez, and now Maduro, wouldn't let the US make them dance the dance!

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  8. Stossel is an ignorant moron and still knows nothing about socialism. And Chomsky was and is perfectly correct about Venezuela's being capitalist. Rightwing propaganda nonsense.

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  9. Ignorance is such bliss, right? Do you know "State capitalism"? May be, google it?
    State capitalism worked for the few years the charismatic leader, Chavez was in power. Then many events happened together. US found shale oil, Chavez died, Maduro, a very unpopular, somewhat corrupted leader became President, US continued its sanctions and constantly tried working against Venezuelan governments. Why do not US help the Venezuela like civilians do. What does the US fear so much? It's a separate country; let their people decide what is best for them. US can still maintain its international geopolitical relation. But the US won't. The capitalists of the US won't allow to help the Venezuelan government.

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  10. John Stossel: Are you really being honest here when you make no mention of the effect corruption had in bleeding off revenues from the oil industry and the national treasury? What is the relative difference between how much went to the people in subsidies and how much went to cronies who helped keep these politicians in power. You are lieing by omission. Had there been no corruption, I doubt there would have been a crisis.

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  11. It is clearly documented, that in many instances, the CIA backs far right
    wing dictatorships, all over the world to protect U.S. capitalists and
    their investments against true "worker" movements, especially in Latin
    America. If the corrupt U.S. opportunistic political class – both
    parties included – can't put in its own dictators, often they agitate
    for the overthrow of the perceived "naughty" government – many times a
    democratically elected government – for the purpose of so-called
    "national security" interests. Not the American peoples interests,
    however, but to maintain the status quo of the multinational
    corporations and Wall Street's capitalistic interests; namely, profit,
    profit, profit.

    Don't be naive! Does Mr. Stossel really need to be
    presented with the irrefutable documented facts – many times, from our
    own internal declassified security documents – that the military
    corporate butchers intervene world wide, for nothing more than to
    control the natural resources of weaker countries. All Mr. Stossel is
    doing with his snippets here and his snippets there, is to boons-waggle
    the misinformed folks listening to this stuff. Mr. Stossel is only
    offering capitalistic propaganda (capitalism and democracy are not
    synonymous terms) to the "bewildered herd" (not my words, but a
    bureaucratic State Department jingoism) that has not studied economics,
    revolutions, or how the real world works (for example, interviewing
    folks in the ghettos of Venezuela).

    To paraphrase Henry Ford, if the American public understood how the U.S. banking system really worked there would be a revolution by morning. Noam Chomsky is not hard to find. In fact, I dare – double dare, and triple dare – Mr. Stossel to
    sit down with him for 30 minutes instead of "cherry picking" from a
    letter and not letting the totality of the context in which the letter
    was written speak for itself: it simply won't happen. Mr. Stossel is a
    neophyte (and, an apparent "mouth piece" of sycophancy) on the subject
    to which he is bombastically pontificating; namely socialism and
    Venezuela). Another reason that the meeting won't happen is because Mr.
    Chomsky does not have the time, inclination, or the desire to sit with
    such a disrespectful vulgar propagandist – some of Mr. Stossel's
    language comes off as derogatory and disrespectful. But, if one is weak on the facts this is understandable.

    Real people hurt, are sick, hungry, and are in desperate need of secure housing around the world. If Mr. Stossel truly believes that the political elites of the United
    States care about the homeless, hungry, orphans, widows and poor – over
    raw profit – of the people of Venezuela, I have parts of the Brooklyn
    Bridge he may be interested in.

    Furthermore, what is all of this socialism, socialism, socialism business?
    What definition is being used? There are many forms of socialism, just
    as there are many forms of capitalism. For example, we currently are
    living in a "state – monopoly – capitalism " with billions of dollars
    being given to subsidize huge corporations, multinationals, financial
    banking interests, real estate moguls, and the military industrial
    complex, by way of tax cuts and other jurisprudential financial jujitsu
    gesticulations.

    Mr. Stossel sounds like an aristocrat who is having his
    salary paid for by some huge corporation. I am sure that the American people could use some of the money being wasted by the political opportunists
    and the lilly-handed philistines of the corrupt U.S. political class.

    Finally, does Mr. Stossel really think that if Venezuela did not have oil reserves which the U.S., corrupt political class, so cravenly desires, that any of this would even be on his radar? The corrupt political class of the U.S. – both Republican and Democrat – want control of the oil, and do not want the people of Venezuela to control their own oil, because that would mean that the people could do as THEY see fit with their own
    county's wealth. And we all know that Rex Tillerson and the boys would
    not take kindly to other people getting – in this case – ALL of the pie.

    In closing, one may legitimately inquire as to if Mr. Stossel has even
    been to the country and personally investigated the subject that he is soooo concerned about.

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  12. The Intellectual dishonesty of John Stossel to blindly defened his view knows no boundaries. It is also very irresponsible for him to not recognize his mistakes. I hope Noam Chompsky keeps exposing the fraud and the hypocrisy of these so-called alt-right "Intellectuals".

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  13. Stossel should interview Lauren Southern. She is a very brave young woman with the vision to show the insanity going on right now. What do think John?
    From a fan

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  14. Lazy reporting. The crisis shown in those images and videos is the work of Maduro, not Chavez. All those actors went to Venezuela at the peak of CHAVEZ social program which was functioning properly. But after Chavez’ death, MADURO took power and things went down the hill.

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  15. Chomsky is the arch-typical Marxist. Lie when it benefits you and always follow the leftist belief that the end justifies the means.

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  16. Noam Chomsky, I don't think he's an idiot per se, I think he's drank the kool aid, and is probably smart enough to realize he's wrong, but has to double down, because at this point in his life, he'll look like an even bigger idiot than he already does. AND, socialism is still a super easy sell, and he's a socialist demigod to all the brainless masses that think we all need to share.

    But actors and models? These people are literally, THE dumbest people on earth – they do nothing, but pretend to be other people in film, and make millions of CAPITALIST money doing so. How much intelligence does it take to be an actor? I'm pretty sure, you could drop out of grade 2, have an IQ of room temperature, and become a millionaire actor – again, because it requires ZERO intelligence to do.

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  17. Noam Chomsky should go live IN Venezuela, in a common home, no doubt overcrowded, and stay there for a full year minimum and document just how blissful it was dodging bullets, billy clubs, violent police, street thugs, and how food shortages result in the average person losing 20 lbs this past year, and how he responds to fearing for his life and survival. The Liberals racing to Socialism are complete and utter fools, unfortunately with the Leftist media help. These people are dangerous to the safety of the USA!

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  18. Stossel jumped the shark years ago when he sold out to the Koch’s.
    Venezuela is trying to establish its own state, we no likey, they want to keep their own oil? How dare they?
    They are not starving they are under sanctions from corporations.
    Everyone knows this except you!
    You are all being duped by rich powers that be. Stossel is being appropriately bought out, what are you getting? Nada.
    Useful idiots, they call you.
    Pure projection from Stossel, classic move.

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  19. The definition of socialism is "doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results" oh wait that's the definition of insanity but hey they go hand in hand

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  20. "Chomsky’s politics enhanced his reputation as a great linguist, and his reputation as a great linguist enhanced his reputation as a political solon, and his reputation as a political solon inflated his reputation from great linguist to all-around genius, and the genius inflated the solon into a veritable Voltaire, and the veritable Voltaire inflated the genius of all geniuses into a philosophical giant … Noam Chomsky."

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  21. John Stossel is the biggest fucking joke there is. What a disingenuous hypocrite! Should be ashamed of yourself for being so willingly ignorant.

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  22. Chomsky is right 2/3s of Venezuelas economy was privatized. Here is a Fox News article on it from a while back www.foxnews.com/world/2010/07/18/socialism-private-sector-dominates-venezuelan-economy-despite-chavez-crusade.amp.html

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  23. Stossel, did Chomsky hurt you? Can you show us on this doll where Chomsky touched you? Stossel, what a lyin', corporate whore of a douche.

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  24. This FAILS to honestly EXPLORE the assertion that Venezuelan Capitalists DID undermine the economy.
    It is EXTREMELY DISHONEST to FAIL to explore ALL of the facts, as this does

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  25. Chomsky is the Tallyrand of his day, wealthy and a survivor. You can bet he never went hungry a day. And he's stayed clear of Venezuela since.

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  26. Does lying Stossel happen to add the embargoes the US puts on these countries? How about the coups they stage in these countries? How man democracies does the US have to topple before liars stop lying? How many generals and US backed thugs have to be tried internationally for war crimes and locked away for the rest of their lives before people stop the lie–the US does not promote democracy, they crush it and instal dictators they train Nazi torture techniques to.

    The US is the hegemon at this moment in time, but won't be forever. Their quest for full-spectrum dominance and space superiority will fall on their greedy heads like all megalomaniacs who kill for money at the expense of their own people and own security. When you're 5% of the world population and have more than 50% of the global wealth you can pay off a lot of people in a lot of countries. When our propaganda machine is eleven times larger in scope than Russia's you can connive a lot of people in a lot of countries broadcasted in many languages. When you have 1000 major military bases abroad v. the world having 30 and out spend the next 17 Nations in "defense" you can dictate a lot of policies in the world. Just the facts ma'am.

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  27. I have been trying to learn what happened here and all the YT documentaries do NOT mention socialism, they just say OIL PRICES are to blame for the collapse. I am so sick of the lies…..glad I found a Libertarian point of view here. I know not to trust FOX or HBO's Vice. I don't want a leftist view or a right wing view, I want to know the truth & facts…..very hard to find.

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  28. Stupid Americans conflate socialism with social democracy social programs can work if you balance the budget and don't over burden company's and make them leave your country I never trust someone who describes them self as a socialist cause their system make the government in control of all the wealth which gives them way to much power

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  29. Stossel dishonesty as usual. Noam Chomsky said that a long time ago like all the people on the list and have since criticized Chavez.

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  30. This is complete nonsense. Quite convincing, if you're not well read in modern and 21st century history, but this is cherry picking… cherry picking at it's finest, but none-the-less cherry picking.

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  31. John is right , Venezuela is a disaster because of Marxism.. meanwhile in the developed capitalist nations people live in the best conditions humans have ever had in the history of the world. For anyone doubting I recommend the book Conscious Capitalism by Whole Foods CEO John Mackey, it is an amazing overview of the heroic and humanistic path capitalism can and will take in the following decades if we work together to work to overcome its shortcomings and bad practices

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  32. This video has utterly distorted Chomsky view. To view directly, use: https://youtu.be/79lpA5w2F7o – In fact the problem isn’t too much socialism but rather that the country didn’t go far enough with socialism to create new industries, and is still an oil dependent capitalist economy. USA is partly responsible for exasperating the problems with continued extreme hostility towards the country.

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  33. Socialism & Communism decreases hard work and productivity. It destroys its society over time reducing everyone to poverty and dependence. They go against human nature and will always fail.

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  34. How can anyone believe this? All it was was Stossel I didn't see Chomsky speak at all or any of those actors to defend themselves so stop being retarded and get back to the impartial line.

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  35. Stossel, Geraldo? I get the two confused. Of course there is so much more to the story than this simplistic overview. I am actually a little surprised that he has descended to such depths from the height of his distinguished career, where he uncovered that the WWF was shockingly fake.

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  36. Socialism failed because America undersmined it. They sanctioned a poor struggling country up the wazu just ;ike they did Cuba because heaven forbid it should ever work anywhere and the American people start asking questions!

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  37. John Stossel is an idiot , all he's got is name calling. He has no analysis of situations. This product is merde.

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  38. Shameful propaganda! Bradley / Chelsea Manning revealed the Caracas cables that showed Americas continued policy of destabilizing Venezuela's economy and political system. And that view has since been corroborated from OTHER documents obtained by FOIA. No one holds out against the CONSTANT meddling of a superpower, no matter their form of government. That's what your map shows. "I love Wikileaks" ~ Donald Trump http://wikileaks.flashdance.cx/origin/77_0.html

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  39. ROTFLMAO!! John Stossel is such a fucking liar and propagandist. He's not an economist, why the fuck would anyone believe anything he has to say? Chavez had reduced poverty by 75%. That's a fact, according to every economic study done on Venezuela. Even the UN and World Bank accepted this fact a long time ago. Christ what an idiot. Does he think no one can look it up on world economic reports? Only on the ultra extremist far right wing lunatic "Reason" would this be considered 'factual'. No one else take Stossel's bullshit seriously.

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  40. This country already fought a civil war against a cross section of the peoples inhumane, perverted interpretations of freedom, liberty and property.

    As libertarians, you have to know in your guts that's your ilk.

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  41. Nice corporate media propaganda. No flour, no oil, no toilet paper…you know the products from corporations that hold it back. They have plenty of food. The people getting killed are from those trying to overthrow their government. This is a grass roots movement that some would like to not see succeed, and rob them of their resources at the same time, for profits. The "new constitution" has it's first stipulation as privatizing their resources. That is the constitution that the corporate's military (that the U.S. taxpayers are paying for).
    Abby Martin has been there, there are other documentaries that explain what's going on from the ground. Not DC's version.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ij59OnQ9laA

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  42. How can anyone say how good or bad Chavez was? With US intervention throughout his presidency, no one will know. The only thing known for sure is the US wants its oil reserves. History shows us they'll do anything for it.

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  43. If socialism is such a failure why spend millions to undermine it, or is it to control the resources that happen to belong to those filthy socialists.

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  44. I do not like leftest ideology, but you are nothing but a mustache on turd compare to Noam Chomsky.
    Know your place you xenophobic greedy conservative.
    Oh, and support the troops in killing millions of innocents in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan…etc.

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  45. So this moron Joh Stossel doesnt want to look at the scandinavian countries? We are as socialist as is Venezuela in that we have some state owned companies and oil reserves and also a private sector as has Venezuela. But he doesnt want to attack us because he knows we can kill each and every one of his moronic claims. Stossel seems to be nothin more than an ultra right wing nut bag with no good intention of reporting anything truthfully. Hunger in Venezuela?? Did these somewhat overweight people in these clips look like they were starving? Yes Venezuela has massive problems with violence and corruption, but the US have over years added to it by sanctions and supporting the destabilizing forces for many years.
    Dont believe these ultra right wing morons and their bs crap reporting

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  46. That made Chomskys book a best seller haha. Noam is the worlds leading intellectual with many books out that are best sellers he dont need anyone to promote him lol

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  47. Its no Surprise stossel did not actually talk to Noam face to face because Stossel does not have a leg to stand on and he knows he is wrong and that he cant back up what he says and Noam can and Noam is telling the truth

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  48. Damn and I thought John Stossel was legit. He’s just part of the propaganda machine. Disappointed. Never taking this scum bag serious again. And all you commenting in support are idiots, gobbling all this propaganda like it’s going out of style.

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  49. Noam Chomsky still claims they didn't implement socialism correctly in Venezuela. He is throwing Chavez under the bus for the mistakes he made trying to implement it.

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  50. Noam Chomsky is a vile demagogue who may be a great linguist, but who doesn't know jack shit about economics. Also, his grasp of history is so ludicrously piss poor that it's almost comical.

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  51. The only "useful idiot" here is John Stossel. Perhaps he's unaware that Chávez cut poverty and child mortality in half, extreme poverty and unemployment by 2/3, malnutrition by a factor of 9, virtually eliminated illiteracy, while doubling childhood enrollment in school and quadrupling pensions. Or perhaps he's unaware that many of these problems were even worse under Former President Perez, and the only reason the U.S. cares now is because the Koch brothers can't get premium rates on Venezuelan heavy crude for their gulf coast refineries. Perhaps he's unaware that capitalist monopolies hoarding key items (milk, flour, toilet paper, diapers, etc) and selling them on the black market is a major cause of both Venezuelan currency inflation and food shortages. Perhaps he's unaware of the coordinated effort between these privately-owned monopolies (in a "socialist" country, no less) and the U.S.-funded opposition parties who represent them, who've staged coups, violent protests, and claimed persecution since the day Chávez was elected, yet are still allowed to peacefully organize in the hundreds of thousands (see: Guaidó rallies) and win majorities in the legislature (so much for Maduro being a brutal authoritarian dictator). Perhaps he's unaware that there are "socialist" governments (i.e., as socialist as Venezuela, which is socially democratic) that aren't in a state of economic crisis, and whose people enjoy better standards of living. Venezuela has neighboring countries that are just as socialist, who are doing just fine economically. Perhaps he is unaware that the most popular and successful programs in U.S. history, such as the military, police, fire department, other emergency services, the school system, public libraries, transportation departments, energy and water infrastructure, Medicare, social security, federal assistance programs, and so on, are inherently socialist institutions.

    I could go on, but I doubt I'll convince anyone who takes seriously a guy using a fallacy of composition to discredit the whole of "socialism" (whatever he thinks it means) with facts or rational argument. Confirmation bias is a powerful thing. If you think capitalism and privatization were so great for Venezuela, look up the 1989 "Caracazo," or the 1983 "black Friday." If you don't know what those things are, or if what I've said here is new to you, study. Otherwise, like the useful idiot in this video, you have no business commenting on Venezuelan affairs.

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  52. In a free country, you can have voluntary socialism. People can form communities and pool their money together voluntarily and provide healthcare and schools. In a free country, the majority of these voluntary social groups are religious organizations and churches. Lets not forget that not too long ago, churches built schools and hospitals. The problem with social governments is they are essentially dictatorships forcing you to join their socialist one country group.

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  53. Your fellow libertarian, Ron Paul, said sanctions done by the US made Venezuela worse, since hen were sanctions and changing the goverment capitalist?

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  54. Venezuela is sitting on an ocean of oil, yet its people are starving. Of course, lefties like Chomsky will blame the US. They always do. Somehow it never enters their minds that maybe socialism doesn't work. It's failed everywhere it's been tried. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. Socialism has failed repeatedly – it should be consigned to the ash-heap of history where it belongs. Honestly, Chomsky is a dottering old fool. The world left him behind long ago. He should shut up and go away.

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  55. I remember my high-school history teacher (a retired lt. colonel who fought at Anzio Beach ) once wrote the famous line by Marx, "From each according to his ability, to each according to his need". He then told us to forget it, because it doesn't work. Socialism has always had a utopian naivete about it. It assumes people are better than they actually are.

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  56. So when will Venezuelans storm the gates and kill Murano? The Romanians did it in 89, they finally had enough. When will Venezuelans have enough???

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  57. what the hell is Noam talking about? the Venezuelan oil reserves were nationalized, the agricultural economy was turned into cooperatives, land was seized and given to these cooperatives, and production, especially food production dropped ! as soon as socialists see a socialist country become dominated by an oligarchy that controls all production and distribution which is what socialism inevitably becomes in practice, they insist that it is now capitalist because the means of production is not in the hands of the workers, but a small group of people, but this is what your system is destined to become when it goes from the world of theory to the real world, and it should not even be hard to foresee. They have no sense at all of how their favorite political or economic philosophies in theory can play out in a completely different pattern when put into real world practice, often as a direct consequence of adopting those political theory.

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  58. This is a very American with a very American point of view, zero mention of the US sanctions imposed on Venezuela, ignoring the fact that Venezuela is a still a capitalist country with certain nationalized industries also btw Norway has more nationalized industries than Venezuela which you people would call socialist also stfu boomer

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  59. Chomsky has been a pathetic individual for a long time. He knows that socialism is bad for ordinary people, but he wants publicity for himself. I remember seeing him visiting the palestinian arabs. He was ready to leak their asses, though as a jew he would be killed by them without hesitation. He isn't a "useful idiot", though he behaves like one. He isn't stupid, he is evil, a person with no morality. Someone who would sell his soul for 5 minutes of publicity. Disgusting individual by any standard.

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  60. Hey Chomsky, under capitalism your a millionaire. Under Chavez you would probably be in jail because you are Jewish, and expect to be paid for writing books. Oh you silly comrade, silly child.

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  61. Bastard, says all these people are starving and doesn’t even try to explain why. Americans are so quick to jump to socialism and dictator bad. This is because of oil prices and us sanctions.

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  62. Do any of those idiot Hollywood actors know that under socialism all their wealth would be confiscated.

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