Labour party’s future lies with Momentum, says Noam Chomsky

Professor Noam Chomsky has claimed that any serious future for the Labour party must come from the leftwing pressure group Momentum and the army of new members attracted by the party’s leadership.

In an interview with the Guardian, the radical intellectual threw his weight behind Jeremy Corbyn, claiming that Labour would be doing far better in opinion polls if it were not for the “bitter” hostility of the mainstream media. “If I were a voter in Britain, I would vote for him,” said Chomsky, who admitted that the current polling position suggested Labour was not yet gaining popular support for the policy positions that he supported. SEE MORE

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Comment by Daniel Buckley on May 15, 2017 at 12:40

 Chomsky refuses to engage on the topic of the 9/11 WTC destruction. For such a towering intellectual to not contribute an opinion to this seminal occurrence is a dereliction of duty. On this fact he has lost much credibility.

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