Tag Archives: John Pilger

Two Bubbles That Went Pop: Reflections on the Manipulation of Populism

February 25, 2012 by Paul Street A slightly shorter version of this essay was originally published on Counterpunch. Long after its leading encampments have been torn down – often with brute force and (educationally enough) predominantly by Democratic mayors and … Continue reading

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The World War on Democracy

by John Pilger (Originally posted on ZNet, January 19, 2012) Lisette Talate died the other day. I remember a wiry, fiercely intelligent woman who masked her grief with a determination that was a presence. She was the embodiment of people’s … Continue reading

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