Le scandale n’est pas là, après tout nous sommes enguerre et tous les coups sont permis: non il est dans le fait que tout le monde s’en fiche, personne ne réagit: le totalitarisme est déjà dans les les têtes!
by Judith Bergman • January 31, 2018 at 5:00 am
- The European Union has programs in place that seek heavily to influence mainstream news outlets and journalists with its own agendas — such as that of continued mass-migration into Europe from Africa and the Middle East.
- For this purpose, the European Commission recently funded the publication of a handbook with guidelines for journalists on how to write about migrants and migration.
- It is seemingly in the interest of these media representatives to label competition from alternative or new media, « fake news ».
- A proposed French law would allow authorities to block websites during election seasons, a draconian measure to combat political opponents, which would place France in the same category as countries such as China and Iran that block websites that do not suit the agendas of the regime.
The European Union is intensifying its efforts to censor and marginalize voices that disagree with its policies under the convenient euphemism of combating « fake news ».
« The Commission needs to look into the challenges the online platforms create for our democracies as regards the spreading of fake information and initiate a reflection on what would be needed at EU level to protect our citizens, » wrote Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, in May 2017. How considerate that Juncker, in totalitarian fashion, wishes to protect EU citizens from news that does not fit the Commission’s narratives and agendas.