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Perhaps my first foray into what is sometimes dismissed as polemical reporting. Lists with This Book. John Richard Pilger is an Australian journalist and documentary atendas. At times almost reads like a conspiracy theorist, while at others genuinely top quality investigative journalism. In a sense johhn elucidates how the distinctions between those three are practically nonexistent in today’s world.
Oct 29, Velvetink marked it as to-read Shelves: I’m going to break the habit of waiting till I’ve finished a book entirely before reviewing it in this instance.
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Open Preview See a Problem? Who controls the present controls the past”, Pilger takes us on a whirlwind tour through a world of intrigue, high capital and power – a world too far-fetched even for Orwell’s brand of fiction.
A controversial but must read.
SpaceBear rated it liked it Jan 16, Like Pilge, there are a few case studies he revisits time and again, but I think the subject matter bears repeating. There’s only one set of facts, though the media can only be expected to broadcast whichever adaptation is likely to maximize their profits. Nov 27, David rated it really liked it.
Events which happened a decade ago, still fresh in the reader’s mind, is still relevant today as it was when it happened. Over 30 years of anarchist writing from Ireland listed under hundreds of topics. It stands the test of time.
Hidden Agendas is probably one of the best uncomfortable reads I’ve come across recently. I would say the level of informative, incisive journalism on display here puts him head and shoulders above that bastion of liberal dissent Noam Chomsky, as great an admirer of his that I am.
Review: Hidden Agendas by John Pilger – The news that isn’t on TV | Workers Solidarity Movement
When Margaret Thatcher ordered the nation to “Rejoice! Nov 19, Della O’Brien rated it really liked it.
Only a handful of journalists or hicden ever appear to delve beneath the surface and to question what we are all expected to take for granted – Noam Chomsky, Robert Fisk, Hudden Pilger Repeal vote still too close to call when likely This site archives most material the WSM publishes but there is often a delay of a few days before stories get copied here from our Facebook pages.
It was like a time capsule, given that he goes up to aboutbut what’s scary is that it all still applies! Five years ago, the That said, if you’re looking for your first Pilger book pilgee Freedom Next Time might be a better bet. The author addressed the questions of East Timor, the British government’s arms business, post-war Hidden Agendas is probably one of the best uncomfortable reads I’ve come across recently.
He is not afraid to tell it like it is.
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Therefore it’s a bit old and I’m so sorry I didn’t read it years ago or that there isn’t an update. John Pilger has to be one of the few genuine journalists left in the world. Alan MacSimoin remembered by Des Derwin. Seen any of these posters around recently? Bring on the revolution!