My reflections on interviewing Noam Chomsky about Libya

I completely agree! The genuine anti-imperialist left needs to abandon Chomsky and his ilk for good. I was much less kind to him in a short blog posting I wrote some time ago.

https://prolecenter.wordpress.com/2015/01/31/noam-chomsky-is-a-charlatan/

Dan Glazebrook

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(Write up of my original interview here

I interviewed Noam Chomsky in October 2011, but it was not published for two months, because none of the newspapers, magazines and journals who usually print my work wanted to run it. This was despite the fact that several of them were initially very enthusiastic – at least,that is, until they saw it. In the end, having been rejected by all the major publications of the Western left, it was published by Al-Ahram Weekly, an Egyptian newspaper.

It was controversial because Chomsky is such a popular figure amongst the British and American left, and my article was critical of Chomsky’s position on Libya.One person even refused to believe that the interview was real, and accused me of having made the whole thing up! Some saw it as sectarian, dividing the anti-war movement by…

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