John Pilger: Breaking Australia’s silence: WikiLeaks and freedom

by John Pilger

‘Breaking Australia’s silence: WikiLeaks and freedom’ was a public forum held on 16 March 2011 at the Sydney Town Hall staged by the Sydney Peace Foundation, Amnesty, Stop the War Coalition, and supported by the City of Sydney.

Chaired by Mary Kostakidis, it featured speeches by John Pilger, Andrew Wilkie MP (the only serving Western intelligence officer to expose the truth about the Iraq invasion) and Julian Burnside QC, defender of universal human rights under the law.

Breaking Australia’s silence: WikiLeaks and freedom



4 thoughts on “John Pilger: Breaking Australia’s silence: WikiLeaks and freedom

  1. Dear John,
    My name is Rebecca Ingram and I am Head of Acquisitions at ScreenZone – an Australian online broadcaster and retailer of Independent documentaries. Currently we are developing a feature series on various important themes that are relevant to our global audience, one of these themes is on WikiLeaks and we are hoping that you may consider our request to include your film ‘Breaking Australia’s silence: WikiLeaks and freedom’ as part of our feature.
    I look forward to speaking with you further.
    Many thanks
    Rebecca Ingram

    • Rebecca, John Pilger is not going to read your comment on my blog post from over a year and a half ago. I suggest you try contacting him through his website. Click his name above in the post, from there you can click on his website.

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