Top German Journalist Admits Mainstream Media Is Completely Fake: "We All Lie For The CIA"


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Dysphoria
On 3/29/2016 at 11:06 AM, jjkusaf said:

This probably would be better suited in "It's A Conspiracy" section.  Globalresearch.ca isn't really a credible source as it is anti-western, mostly consists of conspiracy theories, pseudoscience and propaganda.  This "top" journalist is just trying to sell his book, now just a fake journalist and a Putin propagandist.

 

Besides...this particular "story" is well over a year old.

This might not be a trustworthy source, but if you think people are not being manipulated by the government and the media you are up for a rude awakening...

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ramesees
2 minutes ago, Euphoria said:

This might not be a trustworthy source, but if you think people are not being manipulated by the government and the media you are up for a rude awakening...

Yes but unless a "manipulated" source comes out with this information no-one will allow themselves to believe it.

 

Otherwise their world view shatters and thats not something they can accept.

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FunkyMike
11 minutes ago, Mirumir said:

I hope that in the future, the man will be remembered as the one who popularized the term "fake news" as his original interview was published before the last summer's "fake news" media frenzy.

Spiegel magazin, which is a heavily propagandised outlet literally #### all over this guy in their obituary article.

 

Total disgrace. 

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NJ Louch
24 minutes ago, Mirumir said:

Where did I ever say that?

 

If you'd like to read my most recent comments on the issue, you may want to take a look here and here.

You directly stated in a thread about 6 months ago that there was no propaganda in Russia.  I cannot be bothered to go find it, as it's going to be SO long ago - but you said it.  It lead onto a conversation where I said that there are people in America who think the exact opposite and all that holding such a stance proved was that your respective governments propaganda machines were working.

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3 minutes ago, Nefarious Trigger said:

You directly stated in a thread about 6 months ago that there was no propaganda in Russia.  I cannot be bothered to go find it, as it's going to be SO long ago - but you said it.  It lead onto a conversation where I said that there are people in America who think the exact opposite and all that holding such a stance proved was that your respective governments propaganda machines were working.

Provide a source or keep your hands away from the keyboard then.

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4 minutes ago, Nefarious Trigger said:

You directly stated in a thread about 6 months ago that there was no propaganda in Russia.  I cannot be bothered to go find it, as it's going to be SO long ago - but you said it.  It lead onto a conversation where I said that there are people in America who think the exact opposite and all that holding such a stance proved was that your respective governments propaganda machines were working.

 

2 minutes ago, Mirumir said:

Provide a source or keep your hands away from the keyboard then.

This one, I presume?

 

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+Frank B.

On-topic: Udo Ulfkotte was an islamophobic conspiracy theorist, not really a top German journalist anymore. He will not be missed by many here in .de.

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+Mirumir
4 minutes ago, MightyJordan said:

Reading and comprehension is a grade 1 skill learned in most schools around the world.

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MightyJordan
5 minutes ago, Mirumir said:

Reading and comprehension is a grade 1 skill learned in most schools around the world.

Steady on, товарищ, I was asking @Nefarious Triggerif that was the post they were referring to.

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NJ Louch
15 minutes ago, Mirumir said:

Provide a source or keep your hands away from the keyboard then.

Or what? Lol, really???? You're now a mod to enforce that?  I think you of all people are the last who should be commenting on sources!

 

@MightyJordan - It may well have been in that thread, but the comment and ongoing assertion was that there was no propaganda in Russia.

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FunkyMike
6 minutes ago, Frank B. said:

On-topic: Udo Ulfkotte was an islamophobic conspiracy theorist, not really a top German journalist anymore. He will not be missed by many here in .de.

Certainly wouldn't agree.

 

Yet again the same crowd that cheers his demise with a flood of hatespeech on social media was the same crowd that was standing with plakettes and non halal water bottles at German train stations welcoming economic migrants.

 

Yes he was against the islamisation of Germany / EU. Yes he spoke out against the total corruption in the german Lügenpresse.

 

Many people in germany agreed with his position. This is why his books were still bestsellers a few years ago. 

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MightyJordan
1 minute ago, Nefarious Trigger said:

Or what? Lol, really???? You're now a mod to enforce that?  I think you of all people are the last who should be commenting on sources!

Indeed. The source article in the OP cites Arjun Walia, who is easy to disprove with a quick search, as the first result shows he's on the "vaccines cause autism" bandwagon of ######.

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1 minute ago, FunkyMike said:

Certainly wouldn't agree.

 

Yet again the same crowd that cheers his demise with a flood of hatespeech on social media was the same crowd that was standing with plakettes and non halal water bottles at German train stations welcoming economic migrants.

 

Yes he was against the islamisation of Germany / EU. Yes he spoke out against the total corruption in the german Lügenpresse.

 

Many people in germany agreed with his position. This is why his books were still bestsellers a few years ago. 

I am siding with those who were welcoming Syrian war refugees in the summer of 2015. 

 

I've been living in Germany, thus also in the EU for all of my 44 years and have yet to see any signs of islamisation. Please point me towards them.

 

Some may agree with Ulfkotte's positions, but they're the same kind of deplorables who elected Cheeto Supreme president of the USA.

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51 minutes ago, Nefarious Trigger said:

Or what? Lol, really???? You're now a mod to enforce that?  

Thank you for your wonderful contribution to the discussion here. 

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Just now, Mirumir said:

Thank you for your wonderful contribution to the discussion here. 

Well when you post such one sided posts, and stuff your head in the sand when other's call you out on them... What do you expect?  You seem to act like the great and noble Russia can do no wrong and yet EVERYTHING the West does is the act of a devil.  Are you shocked that such a polar stance frustrates people?

 

So no, I shan't be silenced just because it doesn't suit your agenda.

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1 hour ago, Frank B. said:

I am siding with those who were welcoming Syrian war refugees in the summer of 2015. 

 

I've been living in Germany, thus also in the EU for all of my 44 years and have yet to see any signs of islamisation. Please point me towards them.

 

Some may agree with Ulfkotte's positions, but they're the same kind of deplorables who elected Cheeto Supreme president of the USA.

Indeed you voiced your opinion on being "progressive left and speaking out against the "far right". So I can see how the material Udo Ulfkotte has been releasing is not to your liking.

 

Ironically enough Udo describes the financiers and creators of the "Welcome 2 Europe" leaflets that the welcoming Germans were handing out being created and sponsored by George Soros who himself with his twisted ideals is actually quite the fascist opposed to what the "progressive left" thinks.

 

Thankfully you do not represent the whole of Germany. Out of those 44 years you should only really take the last 4 or so into account.

 

If you haven't seen any signs of islamisation then you must not have been living in a place that has had multiple refugee centres opening up since the inital influx of 2014/15.

 

I have personally experienced areas in germany that exhibited a dramatic depreciation in the mount of locals that socialise during the day and especially night due to the unsafe nature of some regions. Crime waves going up. Police presence increasing etc. These aren't off the map villages either but rather cities. Indeed more people are worried for their safety and it isn't just "chance" that created the Calais Jungle, Berlin attack, Freiburg, Innsbruck etc.

 

We are fortunate to have the internet in the EU so that we can get another side of the story that doesn't paint everyone with the same broad stroke as a Putinist, Donaldist or Russian Hacker as the "Mainstream"/Lügenpresse would want you to believe.

 

Udo was quite right in regards to his bestseller exposing the corruption and foreign interests that were embedded into the colonised German system post ww2.

 

 

 

 

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Jim K

 

1 hour ago, Euphoria said:

This might not be a trustworthy source, but if you think people are not being manipulated by the government and the media you are up for a rude awakening...

Did I claim the opposite ... 10 months ago?  I very well aware that the government and media manipulate people ... you can look no further than Russia/RT ... or even Mirumir's link below to Russian Insider

 

2 hours ago, Mirumir said:

RIP

"Nothing to see here....natural causes....move along"

 

Instead of just saying that he had a heart attack ... they plant a seed into their readers mind ...

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36 minutes ago, Nefarious Trigger said:

Well when you post such one sided posts, and stuff your head in the sand when other's call you out on them... What do you expect?  You seem to act like the great and noble Russia can do no wrong and yet EVERYTHING the West does is the act of a devil.  Are you shocked that such a polar stance frustrates people?

 

So no, I shan't be silenced just because it doesn't suit your agenda.

This topic is about a German journalist and his revelations.

 

 

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+Mirumir

"Every anti-Trump partisan wants to demonize Russia and believe the CIA." - David Swanson.

 

It sounds like this dude has hit the nail on the head and found the common denominator.

 

 

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Mando
On 3/30/2016 at 0:14 AM, Ravensky said:

One day you will all see the control that the Rothschild family has over almost every country of the world, I pray its not too late when you do...

or the rest of the pentavorit......the Queen, the Vatican, the Ghettys, the Rothchilds, and colonel Saunders before he went *i*s up!

 

and yes, its just like being at my parents :p

 

 

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MightyJordan
5 minutes ago, Mando said:

or the rest of the pentavorit......the Queen, the Vatican, the Ghettys, the Rothchilds, and colonel Saunders before he went *i*s up!

 

and yes, its just like being at my parents :p

 

 

I don't know how I haven't heard of that movie before until now. :laugh: I better put that on my watchlist!

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Mando
3 minutes ago, MightyJordan said:

I don't know how I haven't heard of that movie before until now. :laugh: I better put that on my watchlist!

whhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?? WTF man finest Myers film in like forever! One of my all time favourite films.

 

puts austin powers to shame!! Get it watched tonight mate, its sublime.

 

infact it deserves THIS also one of the funniest moments in the movie.

 

 

ill stop now before I link the entire movie. 

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1 hour ago, FunkyMike said:

Indeed you voiced your opinion on being "progressive left and speaking out against the "far right". So I can see how the material Udo Ulfkotte has been releasing is not to your liking.

 

Ironically enough Udo describes the financiers and creators of the "Welcome 2 Europe" leaflets that the welcoming Germans were handing out being created and sponsored by George Soros who himself with his twisted ideals is actually quite the fascist opposed to what the "progressive left" thinks.

 

Thankfully you do not represent the whole of Germany. Out of those 44 years you should only really take the last 4 or so into account.

 

If you haven't seen any signs of islamisation then you must not have been living in a place that has had multiple refugee centres opening up since the inital influx of 2014/15.

 

I have personally experienced areas in germany that exhibited a dramatic depreciation in the mount of locals that socialise during the day and especially night due to the unsafe nature of some regions. Crime waves going up. Police presence increasing etc. These aren't off the map villages either but rather cities. Indeed more people are worried for their safety and it isn't just "chance" that created the Calais Jungle, Berlin attack, Freiburg, Innsbruck etc.

 

We are fortunate to have the internet in the EU so that we can get another side of the story that doesn't paint everyone with the same broad stroke as a Putinist, Donaldist or Russian Hacker as the "Mainstream"/Lügenpresse would want you to believe.

 

Udo was quite right in regards to his bestseller exposing the corruption and foreign interests that were embedded into the colonised German system post ww2.

 

 

 

 

I've lived in two major metropolitan areas - Frankfurt am Main and Hamburg. Neither has shown any signs of 'islamisation', unless you want to count mosques or Turkish greengrocers. Neither of which are a bad thing to have.

 

Most Germans I know are not afraid or thinking the cities have become unsafe. That said, I don't have a lot of BILD readers among my friends and family…

 

And I won't even bother to respond to your statements regarding George Soros. What's next, illuminati? Lizard people? Pizza gate is real? Come on, r/conspiracy is over there ---->

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Dysphoria
17 minutes ago, Frank B. said:

I've lived in two major metropolitan areas - Frankfurt am Main and Hamburg. Neither has shown any signs of 'islamisation', unless you want to count mosques or Turkish greengrocers. Neither of which are a bad thing to have.

 

Most Germans I know are not afraid or thinking the cities have become unsafe. That said, I don't have a lot of BILD readers among my friends and family…

 

And I won't even bother to respond to your statements regarding George Soros. What's next, illuminati? Lizard people? Pizza gate is real? Come on, r/conspiracy is over there ---->

I was in Berlin couple of months ago and although not in the center you can see quite a bit of "homeless" immigrants on the outskirts, at least they claimed to be homeless and wanted money, although as I understand the government has setup a separate fund for the refugees.

I was also in South of France where some of my friends who live there say that French people have already started moving out of certain areas... so lets give it few more years and I'll bet my left nut we'll see demonstrations and requests for mosques.

I salute the Swiss who made it illegal to build new religious centers within their country.

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