John Pilger is "a renowned journalist and documentary film-maker. A war correspondent and ZNet Commentator, his writings have appeared in numerous magazines, and newspapers such as the Daily Mirror, the Guardian, the Independent, New Statesman, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Nation, and other newspapers and periodicals around the world. His books include Heroes (2001) Hidden Agendas (1998) and Distant Voices (1994), Tell Me No Lies: Investigative Journalism and its Triumphs (2004)."
- Advisory Board, JustMedia 
- Advisory Board, Aid Watch 
- MediaChannel, International Advisors
- Advisory Board, Centre for Investigative Journalism 
- Winner of the One World Broadcasting Trust 2008 best TV Documentary 
- Winner of the 2009 Sydney Peace Prize
"In the sublime days before 11 September 2001, when the powerful were routinely attacking and terrorising the weak, and those dying were black or brown-skinned non-people living in faraway places such as Zaire and Guatemala, there was no terrorism. When the weak attacked the powerful, spectacularly on 9/11, there was terrorism." — John Pilger American Terrorist also 
See Pilger's ZNet page for links to current and archived articles.
- John Pilger, Film: "The New Rulers Of The World".
- John Pilger, There is no war on terrorism. If there was, the SAS would be storming the beaches of Florida, New Statesman (London), October 29, 2001.
- John Pilger, I Know When Bush Is Lying: His Lips Move, New Statesman, November 15, 2003.