The speaker is Noam Chomsky, Google for "The successful use of violence" and you might find this:
"The successful use of violence typically engenders enthusiastic praise among the flatterers of the court, the secular priesthood of intellectuals in the modern era. As far as I know that's universially true, at least I don't know of any exceptions. Even in the most monstrous states, so let's take say Hitler Germany. Hitler was probably the most popular leader in German history as long as he was marching from triumph to triumph. And Germany, we should remember, represented the peak (...) the cultural and scientific peak of western civilization."
It goes on typical Chomsky fashion. Much as I don't agree with him much you have to remember that was makes his fans revere him is that among what he'll discuss are simple truths that just don't get discussed elsewhere, which he then presents to portray western nations and the US in a way that makes the far-left feel self-justified.
Fascism is a left-wing ideology. If Triarii sympathizes with it, it's as leftist as one can be. Still, it doesn't surprise me one bit to hear Chomsky, the uber-cool - among - morons leftist. After all, artists are, have been and will always be a bunch of idiots, politically-speaking.