"Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media" quotes
A film about the noted American linguist/political dissident and his warning about corporate media's role in modern propaganda.
Director: Mark Achbar, Peter Wintonick
Released: 06 Nov 1992
Awards: 4 wins & 1 nomination
00:34I signed a petition
00:06This book has poisoned the world
00:04This guy's got to go home he really does
00:37Referring back to your earlier comment
00:36Or suppose you say
00:35The way things change is because lots of people are working...
00:36There is nothing more remote from what I'm discussing than a...
00:26That makes us more easily manipulated
00:10If the Nuremberg laws were applied
00:35Yeah for the last hour and 41 minutes
00:11And I point out that General Motors tries to maximise profit...
00:15In that you must meet the condition of concision
00:27For the first time in this century
00:35And it's much less threatening
00:35There is a centre to the
00:12On the contrary
00:22There's no contradiction there
00:15Goebbels was in favour of freedom of speech for views he...
00:21In the nature of man both in his motivation his altruism
00:36It means you have to develop an independent mind and work on...
Self - Interviewer - Mark Achbar
Self - South End Collective - Karin Aguilar-San Juan
Self - The Seattle Times - Paul Andrews
Self - William F. Buckley
Self - Noam Chomsky
Self - Robert Faurisson
Self - Jeff Greenfield
Self - Jeff Hansen
Self - South End Collective - Loie Hayes
Self - Edward S. Herman
Self - Journalist - Arnold Kohen
Self - Robert MacNeil
Self - Bill Moyers
Self - Tel Aviv University - Yossi Olmert
Self - Z Magazine - Lydia Sargent
Self - Journalist - Greg Shackleton
Self - Seminar Participant - Linda Trichter Metcalf
Self - Peter Jennings
Self - Sarah McClendon
Self - Tom Wolfe