John Pilger gives his opinion on Julian Assange. Make sure you catch the FULL interview today on RT and RT UK Real.Video Backup See Also: (Russia Today) – John Pilger talks MSM landscape & Assange, Syria & US sanctions wars (Going Underground) There are two
We speak to the legendary journalist and filmmaker John Pilger about the events behind the mainstream media headlines on Syria, Salisbury, Yemen and the Korean peninsula.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has had his internet connection cut off, and isn’t being allowed visits at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Australian journalist and documentary film maker, John Pilger shares his opinion about the issue.
Russia-UK relations plunge amid row over the poisoning of a former spy. Award-winning journalist John Pilger joins RT to discuss this issue.
At the 2017 Holberg Debate, Julian Assange, John Pilger and Jonathan Heawood discussed the presence of propaganda in news and social media, and its democratic implications.
In this episode of Going Underground, we speak to the legendary journalist John Pilger looking back at decades documenting human rights abuse, wars and corruption.
Investigative journalist and documentary filmmaker John Pilger tells RT America that US is to blame for putting the world on the brink of nuclear war. The rest of the world is mostly alarmed by the US, not North Korea. Sanctions will never work in de-escalating
‘The War On Democracy’ (2007) was John Pilger’s first for cinema. It explores the current and past relationship of Washington with Latin American countries such as Venezuela, Bolivia and Chile. Using archive footage sourced by Michael Moore’s archivist Carl Deal, the film shows how serial
Documentary from John Pilger, laureate reporter with more than 25 documentaries, 11 books and countless articles published in media such as The Guardian, Daily Mirror, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, among others … The War You Don’t See, is a work that
Afshin Rattansi speaks to legendary journalist John Pilger, former UK ambassador to Russia Sir Tony Brenton & revolutionary music from The Last Poets.
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