John Pilger: Corporate Media Blackout on Yemen and the Encirclement of China

The city of Sa'ada in the Sa'ada Governorate has been heavily hit by airstrikes in the first four months of the escalation of conflict in Yemen. Credit: OCHA / Philippe Kropf

Image by Philippe Kropf via United Nations OCHA via Flickr

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with John Pilger

goingundergroundRT on Dec 19, 2015

Afshin Rattansi goes underground with John Pilger on 2016. Award winning Journalist and film maker, John Pilger talks about media silence on Yemen, media attacks on Corbyn and the importance of the Spanish election. Plus what to expect from the Chilcot report.

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7 thoughts on “John Pilger: Corporate Media Blackout on Yemen and the Encirclement of China

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  7. Now that’s what I’d like to call a real spade in trumps, John Pilger never recoils or concedes to tactics of intimidation, erasure and exclusion; always principled, ever honest. Noble and distinguished. Bravo John.

    Of course honesty is unfashionable, especially when it is disturbing and challenging. Truth is a dangerous brew. Truth is poison to corrupt interests, corrosive for malevolent cynics ~ it strips them of their protective coat. Let’s have more of it.

    We’ve been blackmailed and interminably bludgeoned with vicarious guilt since time immemorial; indoctrinated to turn the other cheek far too prescriptively, assured by the God-Of-Almighty-Damnation that to tolerate and forgive “its” servants’ cruel and vindictive abuses is the highest virtue. To hell with that. Murder by any other name would smell as rank.

    The iniquity of our corporatist-imperialistic, war-mongering, mercenary & predatory “rulers” is an evil harvest of vulgar artifice and crippling deviance ripe for robust winnowing ~ righteous grist for posterity.

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