IN THE 60’s MY MOTHER SAID CANNOT GIVE LEGITIMACY TO ISRAEL BECAUSE IF THE WORLD DOES IT THERE WILL BE NO PEACE AND HARMONY IN THE ENTIRE WORLD!! SHE SAID ONCE INDONESIA IS STRONG AND POWERFUL THEY WILL HAVE THE RIGHT TO CLAIM BACK SINGAPORE BECAUSE MOST OF THE ASEAN NATIONS BELONGS TO INDONESIA, THE GAJA MADA KING!!
My mother was born in China Canton province and her fear is when China Rise she said America got so many bombs and they will BOMB CHINA!! My mother Lim Soon Hing passes away on 3 July 2017, at Singapore time 5.56am in the hospital. Burial on 6th July 2017.
The World is a Stage – John Pilger (Documentary)
Published on Jan 11, 2014
An awesome presentation on the agenda behind the scenes.
John Pilger special on his documentary “The Coming War on China”
IMF/WorldBank War by Other Means By John Pilger
Published on Oct 24, 2016
Full credit goes to John Pilger
The Secret of China’s Economic Miracle
James Stewart shared a link.
This is what I have been talking about, and MAN are we ever behind!
In this video, Mr. Rifkin said that China has read his book and implemented his idea. In short, China is not out to destroy America economy but America with their old mindset that they are exceptional is their greatest setback. To be at the TOP to be quick and act on it immedately.
Jeremy Rifkin – A history of the future – the world in 2025 – 31 January 2017
Published on Jan 31, 2017
Benjamin Fulford: July 17, 2017
Inside North Korea Newest Documentary (2017)
Published on Apr 25, 2017
in this documentary you get to see how north korean people really live in one of the rarest documentaries ever recorded.
John Pilger on nuclear war with Russia, China, North Korea
Published on Apr 15, 2017
Interview with award winning journalist and film maker John Pilger on latest events and possibility of world war 3, nuclear exchange between US , Russia, China and North Korea ..
The Coming War on China – John Pilger Interview (luxury edit)
The Coming War on China – John Pilger Interview (luxury edit)
MAN OF PRINCIPLE: Veteran documentary maker John Pilger reveals the trials of making The Coming War on China
If you want to rub John Pilger up the wrong way just ask him whether he’s thought of putting his feet up and taking it a bit easy.
After all, he’s now in his fifth decade of documentary making, of upsetting people, of speaking truth to power and holding governments to account for their bad behaviour in world affairs.
But Pilger, 77, won’t have a bar of it.
“This is all ageist rubbish you’re talking, isn’t it? Ehh?” he snaps back with a wry smile, before doing a fairly funny old man impersonation.
Born in Sydney in 1939, Pilger is one of the most respected and controversial journalists ever to come out of Australia. Steeped in the old-school journalistic tradition of questioning authority, Pilger has been based in Britain since 1962.
An accomplished writer, author and exemplary interviewer, Pilger began his journey as a documentary maker in 1970 with The Quiet Mutiny, a 26-minute TV report for World in Action chronicling the internal crisis in the American military as it prepared to leave Vietnam.
He has since made scores of incendiary documentaries that often challenged conventional perceptions of world events. Often at odds with the practices of mainstream media, Pilger is a divisive figure with a well-earned worldwide reputation for confronting issues and critics head on.
Pilger’s latest work, The Coming War on China, examines the changing face of China and questions the growing US military presence in the Pacific region. He argues that while China is not a likely threat to America, the military muscle being flexed by the US could prompt conflict.
Made with Pilger’s usual passion and skill – he is nothing if not an entertaining and engaging filmmaker – The Coming War on China was also the most difficult to make in Pilger’s formidable career.
During his recent visit to Melbourne we had the privilege of speaking to Pilger in detail about the film, the difficulties in making it and his reflections on an unparalled career as a journalist and filmmaker.
The interview is presented in two versions.
The shorter cut (14 mins) concentrates on Pilger’s struggle to get the film financed via crowd-funding , his thoughts about the impact of his work, his feelings about indigenous affairs and his attitude towards money.
The longer version (40 mins; also linked to at the end of the short edit) contains the entire interview, beginning with an in-depth discussion about the film’s issues.
Pilger maintains an excellent website at pilger.com. DVDs of his films can be purchased there, though, true to his nature – and on his insistence – they are also available to be viewed for free on the site.
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The Coming War on China: A Conversation with John Pilger
Published on Apr 17, 2017
HOST: Jerry Robinson (Economist/Author)
GUEST: John Pilger (Author, Filmmaker, Journalist)
SHOW DATE: 4/13/2017
In this interview, economist and founder of Followthemoney.com, Jerry Robinson, discusses the potential threat of nuclear war between East and West. In his latest film, The Coming War on China, John Pilger reveals that the United States and China, both nuclear-armed, may well be on the road to war. The film is both a warning and an inspiring story of resistance.
With over 60 titles to his credit, award-winning journalist and documentary film maker John Pilger joins Jerry for a discussion of his latest documentary, “The Coming War on China”, in which he reveals that the United States and China, both nuclear-armed, may well be on the road to war. Key points include:
– The true origin of “Bikini”
– The helpless, unsuspecting victims in the Marshall Islands
– The depth of willful ignorance on the part of the U.S. elites
– The true issues on the Korean Peninsula
– The lost art of diplomacy
– Is the war in Asia inevitable?
– Is war real to this generation of Americans?
ABOUT THE FILM
A nuclear war between the United States and China is not only imaginable but a current ‘contingency’, says the Pentagon. Filmed over two years across five potential flashpoints in Asia and the Pacific, THE COMING WAR ON CHINA reveals the build-up to war on more than 400 US military bases that encircle China in a ‘perfect noose’.
Using rare archive and remarkable interviews with witnesses, Pilger’s film discloses America’s secret history in the region – the destruction wrought by the equivalent of one Hiroshima every day for 12 years, and the top secret ‘Project 4.1’ that made guinea pigs of the population of the Marshall Islands.
In key interviews from Pentagon war planners to members of China’s confident new political class, who rarely feature in Western reports, Pilger’s film challenges the notion and propaganda of China as a new ‘enemy’.
THE COMING WAR ON CHINA is also a film about the human spirit and the rise of an extraordinary resistance in faraway places. On the island of Okinawa, home to 32 US bases, the population is challenging the greatest military power in the world. On the Korean island of Jeju, villagers block the entrance to a new nuclear naval base, with its missiles aimed at China.
Directed by John Pilger
Produced by Dartmouth Films
Editor: Joe Frost
Line Producer: Sandra Leeming
Executive Producer: Christopher Hird
Assistant Director: Bruno Sorrentino
Camera: Rupert Binsley, Owen Scurfield, Bruno Sorrentino, Joseph Zafar
Original Music: Joe Frost
Produced in association with SBS-TV Australia
About John Pilger
John Pilger, war correspondent, film-maker and author, is only one of two to win British journalism’s highest award twice. For his documentary films, he has won an Emmy, a BAFTA, a Grierson, a Royal Television Society award and numerous other awards.
His epic 1979 Cambodia Year Zero is ranked by the British Film Institute as one of the ten most important documentaries of the 20th century. His Death of a Nation, filmed secretly in East Timor, had a similar worldwide impact and is credited with helping to bring freedom to East Timor in 1994. His numerous documentaries on Australia, notably The Secret Country (1983), the Bicentenary trilogy The Last Dream (1988), Welcome to Australia (1999) and
Utopia (2013) all celebrated and revealed much of his own country’s ‘forgotten past’, especially its indigenous past and present.
His books include Heroes, Distant Voices, Hidden Agendas, The New Rulers of the World and Freedom Next Time. He is a recipient of the United Nations Association Media Peace Prize and Australia’s international human rights award, the Sydney Peace Prize, “for “enabling the voices of the powerless to be heard” and “for fearless challenges to censorship in any form”
“John Pilger unearths, with steely attention to facts, the filthy truth and tells it as it is” –Harold Pinter
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