FAKE NEWS: NYT, BBC, Guardian, Al-Jazeera, Report “Soldiers Going Door To Door Massacring Families In Aleppo.” Photos Show Syrian Soldiers Doing The Opposite, Helping Civilians!
December 15, 2016 You won’t see this on Western media: Street celebrations in Aleppo as Syrian Army liberates city’s east.
CNN Reporter Exposes Depths of FAKE NEWS and Pay to Publish by Foreign Govts.
According to Amber Lyon, a three-time Emmy award winning journalist, CNN is routinely paid by the US government and foreign governments to selectively report on certain events and make up fake news stories.
Furthermore, the Obama administration pay CNN for editorial control over some of their content.
These news outlets are criminal. This type of propaganda needs to be outlawed.
Top German Journalist Admits Mainstream Media Is Completely Fake: “We All Lie For The CIA”
Dr Udo Ulfkotte, journalist and author, on RT
German Politicians Want Fake News to Be Made a Crime
The presidential election in the United States influence the campaigns in other countries as well. After the news about the potential impact of Russia’s cyber attacks on election results broke the internet, British politician immediately tried to blame them for Brexit. Then, France and Germany are also scared of Russian influence. But, that’s not all; after Clinton spoke about “fake news”, the US and the world have yet another subject for heated arguments. Now, Germans are worried about fake news as well.
German MPs have called for online fake news campaigns to be made a crime as a result of growing fear that Russia will use social media to change the course of elections.
Patrick Sensburg, a senior MP in Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party, said: “Targeted disinformation to destabilize a state should be a criminal offense. We need to consider whether there should be some sort of ‘test site’ that reveals and identifies propaganda pages.”
Moreover, Stephan Mayer, a member of the CDU’s Bavarian sister party told Reuters he agrees with demand for a criminal offense for disinformation campaigns. The politician pointed to increasing hacker attacks on parties and political organizations as well as disinformation. The perpetrators are concerned with the wrong information to achieve a certain effect and influence the election.
Furthermore, Johannes Fechner, the right-wing spokesman of the SPD parliamentary group said: “We should regulate that there are sanctions if a social network knows by a hint that fake news is spread and still leaves it.”
The call for this proposal was also backed by Sensburg’s party colleague Ansgar Heveling, the chairman of the German parliament’s influential internal affairs committee. He said: “We last saw disinformation campaigns during the Cold War, now they have clearly been revived with new media opportunities”.