“A small group of powerful individuals are now richer than most of the population of Africa. Just giant corporations dominate a quarter of the world’s. “John Pilger’s work has been a beacon of light in often dark times. The realities he has brought to light have been a revelation, over and over again, and his. The New Rulers of the World has ratings and 62 reviews. Leanna said: 5 out of 5 on a nonfiction book doesn’t mean you agree with every word, but inst.

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This is not that kind of movie. But Pilger can never end his criticisms and condemnation at the point when most people would think it reasonable to stop. Learn more More Like This. The author has done remarkable joun while writing book like this in which every product is democratically censored including heart and soul of the person.

Noam Chomsky and the Media However, the treatment they have meted out to their indigenous people Aborigines rivals the treatment of African-Americans in American south. Be the first to ask a question about The New Rulers of the World.

The New Rulers of the World by John Pilger

Oil and Gas are the most important thing america want from other world other than strategic power all over the world. Mar 21, Kyle Worlitz rated it it was amazing. The new rulers of the world are still the old rulers of the world. The Timor Conspiracy Death of a Nation: Over all book is worthy of reading. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.


Australia is a land of opportunities for many and is perceived as an integrated diverse country. Mar 19, Beorn rated it it was amazing Shelves: If you do have a chance, please read this book and let it touch you I enjoy reading investigative journalistic readings, particularly this one.

John Pilger is courageous to a fault. Indonesia is where the old imperialism meets the new. He would be rightly resentful if judgments on his writing were clouded by the knowledge that he once worked for Robert Maxwell.

It is a long time since a factual book has set my synapses firing on all cylinders as vividly as reading John Pilger’s work. The essay will give you analytical insight of what is happening in Australia besides white glamorous society, life and their richness. Lists with This Book. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. I would give this work six stars if it were possible. Opprobrium from on hi John Richard Pilger is an Australian journalist and documentary maker.

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The world is divided between the rich, who get richer, and the poor, who get poorer, and the rich get richer on the backs of the poor. Sign up here for discounts and quicker purchasing. Jan 10, Eric added it. Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me. Write in a tone that leaves nothing to speculation.

He is a photographer using words instead of a camera. Globalisation has not only made the world smaller. The last chapter was the most informative. th

I highly recommend it. But it is a habit which diminishes Pilger’s claim to thd. John Richard Pilger is an Australian journalist and documentary maker. D rated it liked it. Trivia About The New Rulers of It is an analysis of their life and condition of life and detail account of treatment by government and racial discrimination.


Something that very few journalists even know what means any more. Investigating Poor Working Conditions in Indonesia The documentary crew posed as fashion buyers to gain access and secretly filmed in one factory, and pilgef conducted dozens of interviews with workers in these factories.

I will not comment as to who is right and who jon wrong but this book sure shakes you out of complacency. We should aim to be better informed as consumers — when we buy something, we need to ask the company where it was produced and to give assurances aorld the workers are treated fairly. Finally, he looks behind the picture postcard of his homeland, Australia, to illuminate an enduring legacy of imperialism, the subjugation of the First Australians.

It makes the reader feel ridiculous for thinking otherwise about matters on Ingenious Rights, Iraq, refugees and other topics. An investment decision made in London can spell unemployment for thousands in Indonesia, while a business decision taken in Tokyo can create thousands of new jobs for workers in ths England.

It goes deeper to the beginning of so called globalization in the most analytical detail as i’ve seen so far. Nov 16, Mr.