I would refer people to read Chomsky's actual books and check his website for clarifications on these issues (PS note the PAST TENSE in Chomsky's [partially excerpted] answer to the second question).
It could be that Chomsky's Jewishness leads him to be not as harsh on IsFake as he could be (but he's pretty damn harsh from everything I've read...)... but that's for ones to decide based on reading his work, not specially selected excerpts from it.
People will also note that those specially selected excerpts have nothing whatsoever to do with the issue the article was on about and which I responded to. But then that's a typically irrelevant rasi cut and paste for ya.
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