Israel kills journalists, while the West merely censors them.
John Pilger’s final essay investigates why today there is ‘a silence filled by a consensus of propaganda’ as the world’s two greatest powers draw closer to conflict.
In war, the rule of law can be a ‘flexible’ concept – but one man stepped forward and blew the whistle on the secret cover-up of Australian war crimes.
Despite a year of grace given to the Prime Minister for ‘quiet diplomacy’ to work, the release of Julian Assange from political incarceration and extradition looks as remote as ever – so it seems it’s time to get out the loudhailer once more.
EXCLUSIVE: Australia’s official neglect of detained WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, is revealed in Federal Government files obtained under FOI legislation.
Queen Elizabeth II of England advised the Governor-General he could overthrow the elected government of Australia – and he did.
The Australian government is straining credibility in insisting the Assange case is not a political prosecution.
New revelations on the Labor Government’s secret planning to act on the Assange case without offending the Americans.
It’s not good enough to be in favour of ‘free speech’ only when we agree with it.
We’re facing the prospect of ever tougher laws, police raids, arrests, and even jailings – and they’re not targeting war criminals, but the news journalists.