Professor Noam Chomsky has urged the British electorate to vote for Labour. In an exclusive interview with the Guardian, Chomsky stated: “If I were a voter in Britain, I would vote for him.”
He went on to blame the “hostile media” for Corbyn’s current perceived unpopularity, stating, but also stated that the reason Labour is trailing behind in the polls because “his (Corbyn’s) own personal style which I happen to like…” “doesn’t fit with the current mood of the electorate. He’s quiet, reserved, serious, he’s not a performer. The parliamentary Labour party has been strongly opposed to him. It has been an uphill battle.”
As Professor Noam Chomsky is world renowned for being a major critic of neoliberalism, it comes as no surprise that supports a candidate whom would reverse the reforms Britain has gone through since 1979.
by Berk Bektas
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