John Pilger: Support Consortium News

The legendary journalist and filmmaker has had a long association with this website and has a message for its readers and viewers.

Robert Parry receiving the 2017 Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism in London on June 28, 2017. Also, from left to right, are Victoria Brittain, John Pilger and Vanessa Redgrave.

John Pilger is a great journalist and filmmaker who has been challenging the establishments of several nations for half a century with influential books, films and articles, reporting from the American Deep South to the jungles of Vietnam and to the halls of power in Washington, Whitehall and Canberra. He has a simple message:

Please support the journalism of Consortium News. 

During our marathon coverage of Julian Assange’s September extradition hearing in London, Pilger wrote us: “Congratulations on your Herculean effort!  A lesson in real journalism … CN coverage of Julian has been by far the most comprehensive.”

And last week he tweeted:

During our 25th Anniversary CN Live! webcast, Pilger said:

So please help us reach our Winter Fund goal so that Consortium News can keep providing the kind of real journalism that is rapidly disappearing in the midst of an all-out war of partisanship that masquerades today as journalism. 

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3 comments for “John Pilger: Support Consortium News

  1. NooN
    December 25, 2020 at 06:35

    I will donate via phone.

  2. Lucy
    December 24, 2020 at 00:46

    You are the greatest and finest journalists and people in the world. Thank you very much.

  3. Angela Delli Sante
    December 23, 2020 at 15:31

    Dear John Pilger,

    Thank you so very, very much for all you have done for world peace, and most recently, for Julien Assange.

    There is a lot more that I would like to say, but I think that my above words suffice.

    Enjoy the holiday season!
    Dr. Angela Delli Sante, Ph.D.

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