John Pilger describes a landmark judgement in the Julian Assange case that may see the WikiLeaks founder walk free after five years.
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by Jack Balkwill The sword inspires the romance of war in those who…
John Pilger’s address to the Logan Symposium, ‘Building an Alliance Against Secrecy, Surveillance & Censorship’, organised by the Centre for Investigative Journalism, London, 5-7 December, 2014. You can also watch the address here
John Pilger investigates the rise of WikiLeaks and the Kafkaesque saga that has enveloped its founder, Julian Assange, since he blew the whistle on the dangers and lies of great power and its courtiers.
In this essay based on his Edward Said Memorial Lecture in Adelaide, John Pilger argues that the assault on Gaza represents a wider threat to us all, and with episodic dangers in Ukraine, and the accompanying propaganda, we ar…