Michel Collon

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Michel Collon is a Belgian writer, and journalist.

Biography[edit]

Michel Collon started his career in the Belgian weekly Solidaire. He continued his work independently by writing books, making films and an Internet newsletter broadcast to 40 000 subscribers. He is affiliated with the Workers Party of Belgium, and has organised a network of civil observers in Yugoslavia and in Iraq. He took part in the anti-imperialist conference Axis for Peace.[1]

Michel Collon denounced the misuse by Dalai Lama of a photograph that implied Chinese soldiers had dressed up as Buddhist monks and had provoked the 2008 Tibetan unrest.[2] According to the Los Angeles Times, this photograph was taken from the Michelle Yeoh film The Touch, which was filmed in Lhassa between 2001 & 2002.[3]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Attention, médias ! Médiamensonges du Golfe – Manuel Anti-manipulation, EPO, Brussels, 1992 (ISBN 9782872620876)
  • Poker menteur, Les grandes puissances, la Yougoslavie et les prochaines guerres, EPO, Brussels, 1998 (ISBN 2872621148)
  • Monopoly, L'Otan à la conquête du monde, EPO, Brussels, 2000 (ISBN 2872621717)
  • L'Empire en guerre, (ouvrage collectif), Le Temps des Cerises, Paris, 2001 (ISBN 284109331X)
  • et al., Médias et Censure (ouvrage collectif), Ed. Université de Liège, 2004 (ISBN 2930322705)
  • Bush, le cyclone, Les lois économiques qui mènent à la guerre, la pauvreté et d'autres crimes, Oser dire, 2005 (ISBN 2919937049)
  • Les 7 Péchés d'Hugo Chavèz, Investig'Action/Couleur livres, Brussels/Charleroi, 2009 (ISBN 2870035306)

- Media Lies and the Conquest of Kosovo- Nato´s prototype for the next wars of globalization, Unwritten History, New York, 2007 (ISBN 978-0-9709198-1-6

Filmography[edit]

  • Report with Carlos Fittoria : Sous les bombes de l'Otan, 45', Brussels, 1999
  • Documentary with Vanessa Stojilkovic : Les Damnés du Kosovo, 78', Brussels, 2002
  • Speech at the Islamic and Cultural Centre of Liege, Le rôle des média et de l'union européenne, Liege, 2009

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