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John Pilger: On the Beach 2017

War is what the United States does to others

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John Pilger: The universal lesson of East Timor

For the weakest, globalisation is an insidious colonialism that enables transnational finance and its camp-followers to penetrate deeperjojohn pilg

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John Pilger: Australia beckons a war with China

Australia is sleep-walking into a confrontation with China. Wars can happen suddenly in an atmosphere of mistrust and provocation, especially if a minor power, like Australia, abandons its independence for an “alliance” with an unstable superpower.   The United States is at a critical moment. Having exported its all-powerful manufacturing base, run down its industry Read more…

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John Pilger: The secret country again wages war on its own people

Australia has again declared war on its Indigenous people, reminiscent of the brutality that brought universal condemnation on apartheid South Africa

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John Pilger: Break The Silence: A World War Is Beckoning

Why do we ¬tolerate the threat of ¬another world war in our name? Why do we allow lies that justify this risk?

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John Pilger: The Strangelove Effect

Or how we are hoodwinked into accepting a new world war

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John Pilger: Paid To Keep The Record Straight

The Faustian pacts that contrived a world war a century ago resonate today across the Middle East

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John Pilger: Discovering The Power Of People’s History – And Why It Is Feared Today

England is two countries. One is dominated by London, the other remains in its shadow. When I first arrived from Australia, it seemed no one went north of Watford and those who had emigrated from the north worked hard to change their accents and obscure their origins and learn the mannerisms and codes of the Read more…

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John Pilger: The Brutal Past And Present Are Another Country In Secret Australia

The corridors of the Australian parliament are so white you squint. The sound is hushed; the smell is floor polish. The wooden floors shine so virtuously they reflect the cartoon portraits of prime ministers and rows of Aboriginal paintings, suspended on white walls, their blood and tears invisible. The parliament stands in Barton, a suburb Read more…

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John Pilger: Old Game, New Obsession, New Enemy. Now It’s China.

Countries are “pieces on a chessboard upon which is being played out a great game for the domination of the world,” wrote Lord Curzon, Viceroy of India, in 1898. Nothing has changed. The shopping mall massacre in Nairobi was a bloody façade behind which a full-scale invasion of Africa and a war in Asia are Read more…

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