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Burp! Pepsi Versus Coke

Posted by charliemarks on March 31, 2008

John Pilger’s first collaboration with fellow Australian director Alan Lowery, looks at the worldwide struggle for soft drink supremacy by the Coca Cola company, and illuminates the power of multinational corporations.


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Posted in 1980s, advertising, africa, america, capitalism, chile, civil liberties, consumerism, corporatism, documentary, economics, empire, food, globalisation, hegemony, history, human rights, john pilger, politics, trade, us politics | 2 Comments »

The Trials of Henry Kissinger

Posted by Dave (The Void) on October 13, 2007

Re-examining the lives of one of recent history’s Nobel-Prize-winning arch-bastards, this film (80 mins) looks at America’s involvement in great tragedies, in Vietnam, Cambodia, East Timor and Chile.

Posted in cambodia, chile, documentary, east timor, film, genocide, history, imperialism, indochina, USA, video, vietnam | Tagged: , , | Leave a Comment »

War On Democracy

Posted by Dave (The Void) on August 23, 2007

In one of his best and most important films so far (94 mins), John Pilger looks at how the people of Latin America are subjugated to the imperial designs (or, “national interests”) of the United States – and how the people are fighting back.

Posted in bolivia, capitalism, chile, democracy, documentary, empire, film, guatemala, human rights, imperialism, john pilger, latin america, socialism, USA, venezuela, video | 1 Comment »