The War You Don’t See is a British documentary film by John Pilger. The film focuses on the role of the mainstream media in spreading wartime propaganda and elaborates on its involvement in wars in Afghanistan and Iraq as well as the conflict between Israel and Palestine. The film was released in 2010.
Drawing on his own experience as a war correspondent, John Pilger asks what the role of the media in rapacious wars is, why so many journalists beat the drum of war regardless of the lies of governments and how the crimes of war are reported and justified.
The movie introduces the works of the father of propaganda Edward Bernays, member of the US Committee on Public Information who invented the term Public Relations and identified the intelligent manipulation of the masses as an invisible government, which is the true ruling power in a country.
When the US and British ZOG mercenaries attacked Iraq under a false pretext of it having something to do with the 9/11 attacks, the troops sent to terrorize the Iraqis had reporters “embedded” with them to provide a one sided view of the war based on misinformation and disinformation. The embedded reporters participated in “made for TV” moments, such as the collapsing of a statue of Saddam Hussein.
This is why I always have and always will cheer each time a cowardly, small dicked ZOG mercenary dies. That’s why I always grin when I hear of these little faggy twinks committing suicides after conscience for what they’ve done catches up with them. You have never seen me do otherwise and never will. This is why I have always said: “Do you know a soldier? Spit the faggot in the face and tell him you hope the sack of shit dies!”
The biggest tool interviewed by John Pilger was that Fran Unsworth – BBC Head of Newsgathering. She sure was caught by the host for being a Zionist pig, wasn’t she? Exposed as being heavily partial, even in this interview she did her best to justify the murderous campaigns of Israel and blamed the Palestinians for her partiality.
The War You Don’t See is a great movie for anyone who doesn’t live with rose colored sunglasses permanently mounted on their nose to get a glimpse of manipulative journalism that is mainstream media. I’m glad the producer also included an interview with Julian Assange in the documentary because WikiLeaks is an important part of truth spreading. Watch The War You Don’t See full movie below: