John Pilger: The State of the UK Media, and The Resilience of Julian Assange

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Declassified UK on Dec 1, 2022

Join the Declassified UK team as we pose your questions to John Pilger.

John Pilger is one of the world’s most important investigative journalists and film makers. He has won an American TV Academy Award, an Emmy, and a British Academy Award, a BAFTA for his documentaries.

In 2003, he was awarded the prestigious Sophie Prize for ’30 years of exposing injustice and promoting human rights.’ In 2009, he was awarded Australia’s human rights prize, the Sydney Peace Prize.

John has witnessed and covered numerous wars around the world and is a long standing critic of Australian, US and U.K. foreign policies.

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From the archives:

NYC Vigil to FREE Julian Assange

John Pilger and Lowkey Expose the Permanent War State

David Swanson: Ukraine and the Anti-Communications System

John Pilger: The US is Escalating War Tensions With China in Desperate Bid to Maintain Global Power, interviewed by Finian Cunningham

Jennifer Robinson: Julian Assange, Free Speech and Democracy

Chris Hedges: It’s the End of any Investigation into the Inner Workings of Power

The U.S. Empire’s War Against Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, by Rainer Shea

Silencing the Lambs: How Propaganda Works, by John Pilger + John Pilger: The Coming War on China is Here

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