In his latest essay, John Pilger describes the liberal “one-way, legal/moral screen” behind which great power and its Orwellian propaganda ensure an impunity for war and deception, dependent on what Leni Riefenstahl called our “submissive void”.
In his latest column for the New Statesman, John Pilger steals a march on the Oscars with the ‘celebrity Oscars’ – ‘those whose ubiquitous self promotion demands recognition’.
John Pilger describes censorship in ‘free societies’ on a special edition of BBC Radio 4’s Today programme guest-edited by artist and musician PJ Harvey.
John Pilger examines propaganda as not so much a conservative concept as a quintessentially liberal concept, an extremism that never speaks its name.
John Pilger describes the augmented Anglo-American government and media campaign against Julian Assange and WikiLeaks as Assange is granted political asylum by Ecuador and remains in that country’s London embassy.