26 Mar In this powerful book, journalist and film maker John Pilger strips away the layers of deception, dissembling language and omission that. ‘Hidden Agendas’ is one of John Pilger’s most substantial and challenging books. It strips away the layers of deception, dissembling language and omission that. 10 Nov John Pilger on his own book: Hidden Agendas sets out to explain the nature of a rapacious power that never speaks its true name – that.
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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”.
Hidden Agendas by John Pilger
It’s been sitting on my shelf for years. John Pilger’s writing in Hidden Agendas is, as ever, powerful and compelling. Nov 21, Hkdden Kean rated it it was amazing Shelves: Gary rated it it was amazing Oct 23, Great research, excellent book.
So much of it is still relevant and it’s as if nothing has changed since the 90s.
Review: Hidden Agendas by John Pilger – The news that isn’t on TV | Workers Solidarity Movement
Together with Noam Chomsky Pilger provides and alternative to the corporate brain hiddne and media bubbles that passes for journalism. Socialism without freedom is slavery and brutality. For a fourteen year old ‘current affairs’ book the subject matter remains surprisingly relevant.
Trivia About Hidden Agendas. Preview — Hidden Agendas by John Pilger. Like what you’re reading? To expect otherwise is like expecting the food companies to put into sn This is such a transparently HONEST book jojn I personally am surprised John Pilger is still out and about and has not met with some unfortunate accident in a distant land. A MUST READ for everyone – this is a book that you should keep on your shelves and read again and again and I do so often whenever I want more background to a country topically in the news.
The Presidential election in Ireland and the racist The 12th Dublin Anarchist Bookfair took place on the 15th September at the Like Chomsky, there are a few case studies he revisits time and again, but I think the subject matter bears repeating. The author addressed the questions of East Timor, the British government’s arms business, post-war Vietnam, to name a few. A controversial but must read. A thorough lens through the recent history of the world, Pilger agendsa a lot of his personal experiences and observations, from Burma to East Timor, from Vietnam to the corrupting British media.
The Barricade Inn – squatted social centre in Lists with This Book. Since the end of the Second World War, the arms trade has caused the deaths of an estimated twenty million people. Over 30 years of anarchist writing from Ireland listed under hundreds of topics.
There is more in it, much more. John Richard Pilger is an Australian journalist and documentary maker. This book is, for all intents and purposes, practically irrefutable evidence of the collusion between government, the media, and big business. SpaceBear rated it liked it Jan 16, I’m going to break the habit of waiting till I’ve finished a book entirely before reviewing it in this instance.
Seen any of these posters around recently? This book is great and should be used in the struggle against injustice all over the world.
Register for email alerts from WSM. Thank you, Mr Pilger, for another job well done. This is not a weakness, but hideen objective nature of Pilger’s journalism. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
The sole flaw with this book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. A chapter is devoted to the Liverpool dockers and their titanic struggle in defence of their jobs, the tremendous international solidarity which was shown for their cause, the almost total media blackout of this “important and dramatic story” – “less the dispute Britain forgot than one hivden Parliament and the media simply did not want people to hear about”. Nov 27, David rated it really liked it.
Still very relevant today and a very interesting book.