John Wight

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(author, journalist, broadcaster)
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John Wight is a writer and political commentator whose articles have appeared in a variety of publications, including The Guardian, the Independent, Counterpunch, American Herald Tribune, the Huffington Post, and RT.

He is also a broadcaster whose interviews and analysis can be viewed and listened to on RT, TRT World, the BBC, and Press TV.

John Wight presents "Hard Facts" - a topical weekly radio show at Sputnik.[1]

Broadcaster

In September 2021, the BBC admitted that a BBC Radio 4 documentary on the alleged chemical weapon Douma attack in Syria contained serious inaccuracies.

John Wight: "BBC stands disgraced as a propaganda outfit"

The Corporation's Executive Complaints Unit (ECU) upheld a protest from Mail on Sunday columnist Peter Hitchens following last November's broadcast of "Mayday: The Canister On The Bed." Adjudicators agreed that the programme by BBC investigative journalist Chloe Hadjimatheou failed to meet the Corporation's editorial standards for accuracy by reporting false claims.[2]

On Press TV, John Wight said the BBC has covered the Syrian conflict "not as a news organisation but as participants on the side of a medieval opposition of 7th century head-chopping fanatics." The BBC's coverage is more like that of a "propaganda outfit."[3]

Articles

Books

 

A Document by John Wight

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:Remembrance Day and the truths that dare not speak their nameblog post8 November 2018Yemen
War crime
Saudi Arabia
The Cenotaph
Remembrance Sunday
WW2
World War I
If Remembrance Day imparts a message worthy of our collective intelligence it is that war should be made a crime, with those who instigate it punished as criminals. In the last analysis it does not determine who is right only who is left. We have met the enemy and he is us. End.


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