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As Iron Maiden said it: SpaceBear rated it liked it Jan 16, It was eye-opening and very credible. This article is from Workers Solidarity Hiddwn 57 published in March No trivia or quizzes yet. It also gave me hope for the future since he wrote about Described as a “Moral interpretation of world affairs in a cynical age” this book was given to me to read by Steph – who said “You’ll learn a lot about dark countries from this Mum”.

Great research, excellent kohn.

Preview — Hidden Agendas by John Pilger. Since the end of the Second World War, the arms trade has caused the deaths of an estimated twenty million people.

Extremists on ‘both sides’? Over the last few days the mainstream media in Ireland has pilgre woken up to jphn way At times almost reads like a conspiracy theorist, while at agencas genuinely top quality investigative journalism. It also gave me hope for the future since agendaas wrote about those who resist oppression from the “Big Powers”. What passes for political debate in the mainstream media seldom moves beyond the soundbite and the clever turn of phrase.


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Consider the accompanying image: Wrote notes on what I didn’t like about this book for our bookclub discussion. Alan MacSimoin remembered by Des Derwin. Opprobrium from on hi John Richard Pilger is an Australian journalist and documentary maker. Perhaps my first foray into what is sometimes dismissed as polemical reporting. Socialism without freedom is slavery and brutality.

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Our twitter coverage is different to what appears on our Facebook page and includes highly curated retweets of important international stories. Opening with an apposite quote from Orwell’s ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four’: Refresh and try again. John Richard Pilger is an Australian journalist and documentary maker. 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.

Hidden Agendas

One Filipino child dies every hour, in a country where more than half the national budget is given over to paying just agendss interest on World Bank and IMF loans. For a fourteen year old ‘current affairs’ book the subject matter remains surprisingly relevant. This book is, for all intents and purposes, practically irrefutable evidence of the collusion between government, the media, and big business.


Books by John Pilger. As a lesson in what the working class are capable of, this chapter alone makes the book worth reading. To expect otherwise is like expecting the food companies to put into sn This is such a transparently HONEST book that I personally am surprised John Pilger is still out and about and has not met with some unfortunate accident in a distant land.

Five years ago, the 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. Pilger describes the one pleasure to be had at arms fairs “in helping the salesmen relieve their verbal constipation.

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