John Pilger - Quotes

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Official truths are often powerful illusions. ---->>>

I grew up in Sydney in a very political household, where we were all for the underdog. ---->>>

Orwell is almost our litmus test. Some of his satirical writing looks like reality these days. ---->>>

It's very clear that the Bush Administration is out of control. It contains some truly dangerous people. ---->>>

Classic nineteenth century European imperialists believed they were literally on a mission. I don't believe that the imperialists these days have that same sense of public service. They are simply pirates. ---->>>

The censorship is such on television in the U.S. that films like mine don't stand a chance. ---->>>

I'm absolutely convinced of that. Israel is the representative of the United States in that part of the world. Its policies are so integrated with American policies that they use the same language. ---->>>

We have an extreme rightwing government in this country, although it's called the Labour government. ---->>>

Vietnam was as much a laboratory experiment as a war. ---->>>

Not all the Americans in Iraq are those who torture and murder, or course they're not, I don't know how many are doing it, I know it is systematic throughout the United States military I think that's been revealed. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Australian
Born: 10-09, 1939
Birthplace: Sydney, Australia
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Occupation: Journalist

John Richard Pilger ( born 9 October 1939) is an Australian journalist and documentary film maker based in the United Kingdom since 1962. Pilger has been a strong critic of American, Australian and British foreign policy, which he considers to be driven by an imperialist agenda. Pilger has also criticised his native country's treatment of Indigenous Australians (wikipedia)