Category: Censorship

The Corporate News Media at Work

Large numbers of Palestinians and Ukrainians were killed in missile strikes days apart, writes Jonathan Cook. The differing coverage of these comparable events is the clue to the media’s true function.

A Brutal Suppression of Speech

The increasingly common resort to diktats by U.S. authorities is a notable feature of contemporary American society — in all spheres, writes Michael Brenner.  

Why Media Have Failed Gaza

The media’s job is to create uncertainty, doubt and confusion. Our job is to explode that lie, denying them and the political class an alibi, Jonathan Cook told a peace rally in Bristol on the weekend.