Thursday, 9 July , 2020

Media

FAKE NEWS: China Threatens to Bomb North Korea’s Nuclear Facilities

Another fake news story has been spread by mainstream media outlets, according to which China is ready to “bomb North Korea.”   A number of media...

Fillon victime d’un putsch médiatique ?

11 Mar 2017 #Présidémentielle 2e Tour : Fillon victime d’un putsch médiatique ? (2/2)   Sommaire François Fillon est présumé innocent La deuxième couche du journal Le Monde ...

Wall Street, media celebrate Trump’s address to Congress

  By Patrick Martin Original posted: 2 March 2017 Wall Street celebrated Donald Trump’s Tuesday speech to a joint session of Congress—in which he promised massive tax...

They hate Chaves even dead

By Resumen Latinoamericano Original post date: 2 February 2017 Latin America and the Caribbean are not just going through a neoliberal political and economical offensive through the installation of...

How Big Tobacco’s lobbyists get what they want from the media

Αlmost everything is fake. The brave proverbs with which we were brought up – the truth will out, cheats never prosper, virtue will triumph...

Our media have become mass producers of distortion

By Nick Daves Original Post Date: 4 February 2017 Here's a little example of what I call Flat Earth News. In June 2005, Fleet Street told...

New advances of Democracy – now in Germany

By Tyler Durden It seems that all ideas suspected of being "populist" -- or simply those ideas without the blessing of the elites --...

A Letter to the BBC on Cyprus coverage

  AC London BBC Complaints PO Box 1922 Darlington DL3 0UR 17 January 2017 Dear Sir or Madam, It is with regret that I find myself writing to the BBC once again on...

Turkey: ‘Worst country’ for media freedom in 2016

Turkey jailed more journalists than any other country this year. According to the Turkish Journalists' Association, 148 journalists are currently imprisoned and many media outlets have been shut down.

Red paint not blood: Photographer nabbed shooting fake images of ‘Aleppo...

It was destined to be an iconic image: a small girl holding a teddy bear in a white dress marked by blood splotches with the ruins of Aleppo behind her. But according to Egyptian authorities, it was also a set-up, shot hundreds of miles away in a different country.