March 11, 2006

Chomsky Slams US Troops in DR

Santo Domingo
The outstanding linguist US Noam Chomsky criticized his nationĀ“s military presence in the southern Dominican Republic coast, asserting any country should never admit foreign troops in its soil.

"It is inconceivable that the US, France or Spain allow soldiers from abroad on their territory. Those are prerogatives of imperialist violence and must not be tolerated," he said.

Chomsky recognized it is very easy to censure a small nation for obeying the larger one, while referring to US military presence in Barahona, where the New Horizons 2006 program is being developed.

The US intellectual said military intervention and economic strangulation is not successful, and is forcing integration of the people.


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