John Pilger

WGAR News: Australia's boom is anything but for its Aboriginal people: John Pilger, The Guardian

Newsletter date: 1 May 2013


* John Pilger, The Guardian: Australia's boom is anything but for its Aboriginal people

* Daniel Emerson, The West Australian: Nation's political bloodshed 'ignored'
* Gerry Georgatos, The Stringer: The Killing Times
* Gerry Georgatos, The Stringer: WA Governor states that he was misinterpreted

* The Wire: Coalition says remote communities should fund own water, sewerage [interview with Paddy Gibson]

* Rachel Siewert, New Matilda: When Did Labor Stop Caring?

* Other articles

WGAR News: Homeless NT people 'having rent deducted': SBS Radionews Audio

Newsletter date: 6 April 2013


* Amnesty Action: Stop universal rent deductions on Aboriginal homelands
* SBS Radionews Audio: Homeless NT people 'having rent deducted'

* Amnesty NSW free screening of John Pilger’s seminal documentary, 'The Secret Country' - Mon 8 April 2013
* : The films and journalism of John Pilger: The Secret Country: The First Australians Fight Back
* Gerry Georgatos, The Stringer: From Secret Country to Forgotten Peoples

* Jon Altman, Tracker: From "Territory of Exception" to "Exceptional Territory"?

John Pilger q&a transcript: embedded journalism, Murdoch press, Israel-Palestine, WikiLeaks

John Pilger addressed a sold-out crowd of over 400 people in Sydney at a special screening of his new documentary, The War You Don’t See. Following the screening Pilger answered questions on the Australian and international media, relationships between corporations or governments and our media, embedded journalism, Israel-Palestine media coverage (including the current campaign against Marrickville BDS supporters), WikiLeaks and much more.


John Pilger's investigation into the war on WikiLeaks and his interview with Julian Assange

The attacks on WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Assange, are a response to an information revolution that threatens old power orders in politics and journalism. The incitement to murder trumpeted by public figures in the United States, together with attempts by the Obama administration to corrupt the law and send Assange to a hell-hole prison for the rest of his life, are the reactions of a rapacious system exposed as never before.