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Heroes #2020

Heroes John Pilger s classic work of literary journalism now with a new introduction by the author

  • Title: Heroes
  • Author: John Pilger
  • ISBN: 9780896086661
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Paperback
  • Heroes By John Pilger, John Pilger s classic work of literary journalism, now with a new introduction by the author.
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    1. Whenever I read a John Pilger book I find myself having to constantly pick my jaw off the ground This book is full of the horrific things that human beings do to each other, horrific seems like an understatement in fact, the one that sticks in my mind the most is one of the final examples in the book A recorded incident white Australians buried Aboriginal babies up to their head in sand and had a contest to see who could kick the heads off the furthest What is astounding than the horrors that a [...]

    2. Low 5 Pilger offers a passionate personal tribute to those individuals and events which have made a lasting impression upon him during his many years as a front line journalist From chronicling the poverty he witnessed on the bread line in British cities, yet which is invisible to the British establishment, to providing damning evidence of the racism inherent in 60s America, the author clearly reveals his political leanings Though his style can be quite sermonising at times, the issues he wishes [...]

    3. I was a very young child during the Vietnam War and didn t have much idea that there was a war going on until it was over Then people didn t talk about it much, until the 80s, when it became fodder for a rash of Hollywood films such as Platoon and Full Metal Jacket Needless to say, these did not inform me about the war So, thank goodness for this amazing book, which I read in the very early 90 s Pilger, a journalist stationed in Vietnam for the duration of the conflict, takes the reader on a jou [...]

    4. John Pilger is an veteran Australian journalist His reports cover everything from the Vietnam war to the latest anti globalisation rallies Like Noam Chomsky and Naomi Klein he is an avowed enemy of the the right, who will do all they can to discredit him.If you like your truth served up in digestible chunks, then Pilger is worth reading If, on the other hand, you do not wish to face the fact that you are being screwed, forget it

    5. Every American should read the chapters on Vietnam in this book The rest is interesting but you have to have some background knowledge of history to understand.

    6. John Pilger is something of a hero of mine And this book is a marvelous introduction to the writing of the doyen of investigative journalism.

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