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A new journalistic code of practice, funded by the EU, calls on journalists to avoid reporting on the migrant crisis in a negative way, refrain from linking Islam to terror and avoid mentioning whether or not a criminal migrant was in the country illegally. The guideline even calls on journalists to…
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David SimsEssays

It isn’t government censors who are generating all the fake news, lies, and omissions of the media. So what is it? by David Sims ALTHOUGH a free press, one not subject to government censorship or unreasonable obstruction, is necessary to the public’s welfare, it isn’t sufficient.…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver ARCHITECTS OF FEAR, Conspiracy Theories and Paranoia in American Politics, by George Johnson, published by a Jeremy Tharcher in Los Angeles, but peddled by Houghton Mifflin, a once respected firm in Boston, is the wad of piffle that the title would lead you to suspect. The author…
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Essays

by Ian Millard Background SOME TIME AGO, in late 2016, I was invited to address the London Forum. At that time I had only very peripherally heard of it. This is how it describes itself: “The London Forum is a non-party aligned conference group for nationalists, identitarians, thinkers and commentators…
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News

by Hadding Scott UDO ULFKOTTE, a former editor (until 2003) of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung who revealed in his 2014  book Gekaufte Journalisten (to be published in translation later this year as Journalists for Hire: How the CIA Buys the News) was found dead a few days short of his 57th birthday,…
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News

The Washington Post’s fake story of “Russian hackers penetrating the US electrical grid” AS THE Washington Post’s story of Russian hackers burrowed deep within the US electrical grid, ready to plunge the nation into darkness at the flip of a switch unraveled into the story of…
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Essays

EVEN IF CNN, The New York Times, or MSNBC wanted to be objective, they would have a hard time being correct. This is because reporters are typically required to publish at least one story per day, and during certain times are required to publish even more. This limits how much research they can actually…
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Essays

Warmongering from the controlled “Western” press, from Germany and Serbia then — to Russia now by Michael Walsh A DILEMMA we all face was pondered upon by American journalist, Mark Twain: If you don’t read the newspaper you are uninformed, if you do read the newspaper you are misinformed.…
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