Noam Chomsky is one of the best known public intellectuals in the world, and he's known far better outside his native US because of his outspoken criticism of US foreign policy. One point Chomsky makes repeatedly is to ask what are you not being told in our corporate press. In this one minute and forty second video made on Thursday July 29, 2010, Noam contrasts the uproar over the Wikileaks dump of classified documents with the nearly unreported conclusions of a team of medical specialists reporting from Fallujah, Iraq during the same time period. As documented in a major medical journal and widely reported around the globe these doctors discovered cancer rates in Fallujah, a city virtually destroyed by the US military in November of 2004, currently exceed those found in Hiroshima, Japan in 1945. Chomsky finds the significance of the Fallujah story far greater than Wikileaks and asks why the former went comparatively unreported? "It's the kind of thing you're taught not to think about or ask what it means..."