Oliver Stone is anti-Zionist perhaps. But remember, anti-Zionism isn't the same thing as anti-semitism.
How will Stone's latest thoughts be received by his many admirers among the "progressive" rank and file?
Will there be any OPM (One-Party Media) interest? Or nothing to see here folks?
One thing we can say, in an era of hope and change: the mainstream is evolving.
(Full disclosure: I don't pay to subscribe to the Sunday Times, which has a "paywall". So I can't confirm from the Times' website that there is an interview with Oliver Stone; or that it is accurately quoted in the link above. The interview is already cited fairly widely online. Still, that doesn't guarantee conclusively that the interview actually appears as quoted.
But if the quotes are accurate, or essentially so, forgive me but I shan't be very interested in hearing about the "context".)
UPDATE: Ron Radosh quotes the Stone interview, consistently with the link above. Radosh is reliable. The interview is as reported.