[Marxism] Johann Hari repents
farmelantj at juno.com
Mon Mar 20 07:53:20 MST 2006
On Mon, 20 Mar 2006 06:37:53 -0800 "Walter Lippmann"
<walterlx at earthlink.net> writes:
> Who is this guy? Was he ever some kind of left winger? Or has he
> always made his living as an ex-leftist? He seems proud of his
> status as an enemy of the left. From his proud self-portrait:
I think that Proyect's point is that even self-serving scumbags
like this guy are now disowning the Iraq war, like rats
leaving a sinking ship. In the US, people like
William F. Buckley, Jr., Andrew Sullivan, Fukuyama etc.
have been all throwing in the towel on the war.
That's certainly a testimony to the strength of the Iraqi
> Since he began work as a journalist, Johann has been attacked in
> print by the Daily Telegraph, John Pilger, Peter Oborne, Private
> the Socialist Worker, Cristina Odone, the Spectator, Andrew Neil,
> George Galloway, Mark Steyn, the British National Party, Medialens,
> al Muhajaroun and Richard Littlejohn. 'Prince' Turki Al-Faisal, the
> Saudi Ambassador to Britain, has accused Johann of "waging a private
> jihad against the House of Saud". He's right. Johann has been called
> "a Stalinist" and "beneath contempt" by Noam Chomsky, "an uppity
> little queer" by Bruce Anderson, "fat" by the Dalai Lama and "a
> by Busted.
> Oliver Stone's appalling film abour Castro, 'Commandate'
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