You are all suspects now. What are you going to do about it?

A nation founded on the genocide of the native population never quite kicks the habit.

How we are impoverished, gentrified and silenced – and what to do about it

The Edward Snowden revelations show the infrastructure of a police state emerging in Europe, especially Britain. Yet, people are more aware than ever before; and governments fear popular resistance

The invasion of Africa has almost nothing to do with “Islamism”, and almost everything to do with the acquisition of resources

Reminiscent of the Scramble for Africa in the late 19th century, the US African Command (Africom) has built a network of supplicants among collaborative African regimes eager for American bribes and armaments

As Gaza is savaged again, understanding the BBC’s historical role is vital

Israel has successfully intimidated the BBC into presenting the theft of Palestinian land and the caging, torturing and killing of its people as an intractable “conflict” between equals

Convenient Myths And Liberal Imperialism

The Liberal Way to Run the World: “Improve” or We’ll Kill You

In the land of facades, mark the first signs of an Indian spring

After the “Arab spring” is an Indian spring forthcoming?

Once again, war is prime time and journalism’s role is taboo

The role of respectable journalism in western state crimes — from Iraq to Iran, Afghanistan to Libya – remains taboo. It is currently deflected by the media theatre of the Leveson enquiry into phone hacking

‘The War You Don’t See’

Pilger Film Banned By Lannan Foundation: an open letter to Noam Chomsky and the general public

Welcome to the Violent World of Mr. Hopey Changey

The language of colonialism may have been modified; the spirit and the hypocrisy are unchanged

The party game is over. Stand and fight

Born of the “never again” spirit of 1945, social democracy has surrendered to an extreme political cult of money worship

Chile’s ghosts are not being rescued

In the aftermath of the miners rescue, John Pilger reflects on the reality of modern day Chile and its billionaire president

The BBC is on Murdoch’s side

The corporation is in thrall to the same interests as Rupert Murdoch’s New Corp and the saviour of Iraq, Tony Blair. It helped pave the way for his illegal wars and in the aftermath helped conceal the crimes committed along the way

Change that’s Not: ‘Obama on Bush route’

Russia Today talks to John Pilger about the media, the Internet, Iran and Israel

Blair must be arrested

Leaving a legacy of trauma and cancer for many innocent Iraqis, Tony Blair will nonetheless go on to reap rich rewards from his memoirs, which have already earned him £4.6 million in advance

Lockerbie: Megrahi Was Framed

From Gordon Brown’s “repulsion” to Barack Obama’s “outrage”, the theatre of lies and hypocrisy over Megrahi’s release is dutifully attended by those who call themselves journalists

Voting In Britain For War. Take Your Pick

British voters had no real choice in the elections. Despite cosmetic differences, all three party leaders are warmongers.

Why the Oscars are a Con

This year’s Oscar nominations are a parade of propaganda, stereotypes and downright dishonesty. The dominant theme is as old as Hollywood: America’s divine right to invade other societies, steal their history and occupy our memory

Normalising the Crime of the Century

John Pilger reflects on how Tony Blair and his cronies paved the way for the invasion of Iraq and how the corporate media assisted

War is peace. Ignorance is strength

Barack Obama, the winner of the 2009 Nobel Peace prize, has approved a military budget exceeding that of any year since the end of the Second World War while presiding over a new kind of domestic repression

The Lying Game

John Pilger compares the current drum-beating for war against Iran with how Saddam Hussien’s fabled Weapons of Mass Destruction led to the invasion of Iraq and the deaths of 1.3 million people