John Pilger: Vietnam, Cambodia, South Africa and the Plight of the Working Class

John Pilger: Vietnam, Cambodia, South Africa and the Plight of the Working Class

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with John Pilger

goingundergroundRT on Dec 4, 2017

In this episode, we speak to the legendary journalist John Pilger looking back at decades documenting human rights abuse, wars and corruption.

from the archives:

If Anyone Knows About the “Heavy Toll of War”, It is the Vietnamese by Felicity Arbuthnot

Chris Hedges: RT Targeted for Giving Platform to Anti-Imperialist, Anti-Capitalist Critics

John Pilger: Media On Trial

Why the British Said No to Europe by John Pilger

Apartheid never died in South Africa. It inspired a world order upheld by force and illusion by John Pilger

John Pilger: Apartheid Did Not Die (1998)

John Pilger: The War You Don’t See

John Pilger: Return to Year Zero + Year Zero: The Silent Death Of Cambodia

4 thoughts on “John Pilger: Vietnam, Cambodia, South Africa and the Plight of the Working Class

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  3. Thanks Lo for posting this ~ just excellent!

    I’m delighted to share this on Facebook…the British Library, amidst all the political chaos, remains one of the great symbols and engines of contemporary experience. I had the pleasure to meet one of the lead curators (as I recall, of Ancient and Medieval Manuscripts) at a conference I attended last January on Islamic esotericism at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford.

    I rank the BL very highly; along with the extraordinary Natural History Museum for example and all those other equally prized, extremely professional and august cultural institutions, that make London such a distinguished centre of cosmopolitan learning.

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