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This is, I agree, compulsory viewing. This is the first documentary about the corruption of fight by propaganda which serves to progress the argument beyond the usual hysteria. Pilger has, with this film, moved away from the slew of similar-themed documentaries which add tiny to the debate but more circular arguments. Instead, Pilger goes straight for admissions of guilt. He manages to receive some truly frank disclosures of global conspiracy and madness from the most relevant folks he should realistically receive access to, and for this he deserves the praise.It can be argued, and it will be no doubt, that there is very tiny material to act as a counterweight to his position in the film. But after you finish watching it, you will hopefully realise what a stupid criticism it is to create in the first place, considering what this documentary is designed to rally against.I won't receive into the moral position it presents, as that's up to you in the end, but I'd be difficult pushed to search anybody not moved, repulsed or outraged by this film, or all of those things simultaneously. Just watch it. Do it now.
The Fight you Don't see is a British documentary produced and directed by Australian journalist John Pilger that focus on the dangers of embedded journalism in fight times. If journalists do not do their job, we are misinformed and more easy manipulated, we don't see the suffering of innocent civilians and, therefore, we don't oppose the involvement of our governments and Units in those conflicts. The documentary presents many situations in History to proof the point, specially focusing on the Iraq Fight but showing examples that go from the help of Cigarettes in the media in the 1920s, to the Vietnam Fight to the Israel-Palestinian conflict, to Wikileaks. It is not as much a critic to those who begin and carry out unjust wars, but a warning call to the Journalists, who could be doing their job properly, asking the right questions, investigating things when needed, so we know the truth and act upon it. I loved the documentary. I thought that the Libyan fight is showing more of the same, other oil fight masqueraded as a gratis the folks war. Pilger makes the right questions, upfront, and does not let his interviewees to bullshit the public. Pilger is not complacent with his colleagues, not even with the massive weights of journalism. He does what he asks them to do, and that makes the documentary honest, thrilling, entertaining and informative. However, to be honest, we knew already much of what it is told in it. In fact, there were thousands of folks demonstrating vs the Iraq Fight in Australia (and the USA, UK, and the rest of the Western World) calling the arms of mass destruction "arms of mass distraction" despite those embedded journalists believing USA-UK's lies and contributing to their spread. Folks are sometimes wiser that one should think. The trouble is that, once the fight starts, and civilians are slaughtered each day, we need to know what we are fighting for. Pilger shows us the nitty-gritty of it, the details, the Monica Lewinski's sort of proof. On the another hand, we do not wish to see deceased chopped bodies in our news bulletins in certain countries (I'm just remembering the airbrushing of one of the iconic photos of the Madrid Bombings showing severed limbs in most Australian media). I thought that not only the media is guilty of that, but we are guilty too, for not wanting to know the true human drama behind any war, especially if the deceased are not ours.Too many folks swallow the news (TV or newspapers) as if they were God's Gospel, without thinking that perhaps the channel they are watching is owned by a filthy rich disgusting guy who is not interested in the truth, but in controlling its spread, so his corporation or businesses do better. Lies create them richer. We have to be honest with ourselves. Lies in the news are easy spread because the lvl of education of the population is not high enough (in fact, cash is more valued than education nowadays), and because independent thinking is not promoted in school, University, or anywhere. Quite the contrary. Everybody wants to be in tune with the social network in vogue. Everybody wants to belong to a flock. So, the trouble is not just the sort of journalism we have nowadays, or that the news lie to us regularly, but also the sort of viewers we have nowadays - Viewers who don't question what they hear or see on the news when fight is on, or when there isn't even a war. I missed a tip of this mission in the documentary, which I consider very important. That would have been moving a step forward from the usual blaming of the Empire, as if our society wasn't to blame for letting others think for us, or swallow crap without any sort of resistance.Said this, the documentary was great, as it proves that we are certainly being lied each day, intentionally or by default, in fight times or not. We are said that we are fighting for the freedom of the people, but that is never the case.A wish. I would like Pilger to focus on the crap of ours, the Australian one, and examine closely which sort of news are shown in our TV stations each day, or which sort of crappy newspapers we have in Australia regarding local issues. Why is so? Who are the responsible? What are the lies? Who are the liars?Compulsory watching!
Although the U.$. is currently bogged down in half a dozen fights across the globe, Der Homelanders are being spared the bloody details: news coverage since 9/11 has amounted to nothing less than a self-imposed blackout. If not for folks like Pilger and Palast and Amy Goodman (of DEMOCRACY NOW!), we'd STILL be in the dark. Just a week or so after the suicide of Aaron Swartz, we learn that Truthteller Julian Assange is having health problems- related, perhaps, to his confinement (were he to be extradited to the U.$., he would be **** out of luck, indeed: he actually has what's euphemistically named "a pre-existing condition" and would no doubt be denied medical treatment here). Swartz was facing a possible 35 years in prison for treason, and opted out. His situation bears examination because, even as I write this, legislation is being introduced to create any journalist who makes public any notification that a terrorist might read guilty of Espionage. Assange, whose Wikileaks made public the COLLATERAL MURDER video, is THE prime example of a journalist being hounded by an irate government. While several news outlets mention the record number of suicides of veterans or the record number of rapes of female troops in the field, journalists who expose such notification to the globe are being hunted. And tv has become a software of SUPPRESSION. "TV," as Harlan Ellison points out in THE GLASS TEAT, "... is a more effective riot control weapon than tanks or mace or troops." What's wrong with this picture...?
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