John Pilger recalls the "electric" opposition of writers and journalists to the coming war in the 1930s and investigates why there is "a silence filled by a consensus of propaganda" today as the two greatest powers draw closer to conflict.
The campaign to free Julian Assange is about our most precious human right: to be free, writes John Pilger.
John Pilger asks, isn’t it time those who are meant to keep the record straight declared their independence and decoded the propaganda?
It is more than a century since Edward Bernays, the father of spin, invented “public relations” as a cover for war propaganda, writes John Pilger. What is new is the virtual elimination of dissent in the mainstream.
The ruling to allow Julian Assange's extradition to the United States is based on fraudulent “assurances” scrabbled together by the Biden administration when it looked in January like justice might prevail, writes John Pilger.
As the world awaits the outcome of the United States' appeal to extradite Julian Assange from Britain, the WikiLeaks founder's courage is beyond doubt, writes John Pilger.
As a tsunami of crocodile tears engulfs Western politicians, Afghanistan's history is suppressed, writes John Pilger.
For the "crime" of truth-telling, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is being relentless pursued by the United States government, determined to secure his extradition at any cost, writes John Pilger.
Today the war drums have new and highly enthusiastic beaters in Britain, America and the 'West', writes John Pilger.
John Pilger describes how class remains the most virulent disease in Britain, resulting in record levels of child poverty.
John Pilger has watched Julian Assange’s extradition trial from the public gallery at London’s Old Bailey. He spoke with Timothy Erik Ström about the trial.
Having reported on the long, epic ordeal of Julian Assange, John Pilger gave this address outside the Central Criminal Court in London on September 7 as the WikiLeaks editor’s extradition hearing entered its final stage.
The atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki was justified by lies that form the bedrock of the United States' war propaganda in the 21st century, writes John Pilger.
The Australian High Court has ruled that correspondence between the Queen and the Governor-General of Australia, her viceroy in the former British colony, is no longer "personal" and the property of Buckingham Palace, writes John Pilger. Why does this matter?
World-renowned journalist and filmmaker John Pilger speaks to author TJ Coles about the coronavirus crisis in the context of propaganda, imperialism, and human rights.
The truth is that Australia could have rescued Julian Assange and can still rescue him, writes John Pilger.