Left-wing icon Foucault was a paedophile child rapist, claims top author

Left-wing icon Michel Foucault has been accused of being a paedophile child rapist by one of France’s top authors, who claims he witnessed Foucault paying young boys for sex while visiting him in Tunisia.

Recounting his experiences to The Sunday Times, top author and public intellectual Guy Sorman recalled a late-60s visit to Foucault in Tunisia and said: “Young children were running after Foucault saying ‘what about me? take me, take me.’


“They were eight, nine, ten years old, he was throwing money at them and would say ‘let’s meet at 10pm at the usual place’.”

The usual place turned out to be a local graveyard where Foucault would allegedly “make love there on the gravestones with young boys.”

Sorman went on to say that “the question of consent wasn’t even raised.”


Foucault, who died of AIDS in 1984, was the top-cited scholar in all of the humanities according to a 2007 audit of academic papers, being a foundational author in the militant new “woke” ideology that has taken over universities in recent decades.

Sorman’s explosive allegations are the first major accusations that Foucault personally participated in the sexual abuse of children, but the left-wing author had a track record of support for paedophiles and paedophilia that failed to slow his embrace by academics.

In 1977 he called on the French government to decriminalise “consensual” relations between adults and children as part of a warped protest against the imprisonment of three perverts who had offended against children aged twelve and thirteen.

A year later he claimed in a radio interview that it was “intolerable” and “quite unacceptable” to say that youngsters couldn’t consent to sex with depraved paedophiles.

Responding to the bombshell allegations, human rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali said: “Here is one of the Messiahs of Wokedom accused of systematic abuse of Arab children.”